There are a lot of coconut oils out there...I haven't tried many, but no reason to go for the much pricier ones, this one is great. I don't know why they call it "extra" virgin, I don't think there are different pressings like with olives. Use it in cooking, baking, in smoothies, on your skin (NOT for the face if you're breakout prone!), in your hair, for your pets...
I don't notice anything different than the usual D3 softgels I was taking but was interested in the K2, having read about that being the magic cofactor found in grassfed butter, etc. They taste really good. Will buy again.
Was suggested to me by my health care practitioner. I took one at bedtime each night. Even though I don't have a problem sleeping, sleep felt even a little more restful, and good for mood - depression and anxiety. I used this and Source Naturals brand, both were good.
I like their mints better, the gum is small and gets hard fast.
I don't use a lot of sugar but even when I do bake something sweet, this is too expensive to use for replacing all sugar so I used it to make a mouthwash and add to water to get the benefits throughout the day. Also have heard to much can have unwanted gastrointestinal effects, have not experienced that, but also don't consume much at a time. I don't really notice anything...I ran out, may buy again, may not.
I used to try a lot of cleansers with things that were too irritating...I never really think of myself as having sensitive skin, but thinking back, a lot of things were way too harsh. This is nice and basic, no drying/stinging/burning/itching, just gentle and effective.
Bought a bunch of gluten free flours from iHerb after getting a GF cookbook. This tastes and SMELLS so good. Have not made a lot with it, and what I have, has been only a small amount coconut flour in a blend of other flours. So many coconut flour recipes call for a lot of eggs, I don't care about the calories or fat or that stuff, just that it gets pricey to be using these flours and then a dozen eggs too, for one recipe. But, iHerb makes it more affordable, and this is nothing in price compared to retail almond flour! The brownie recipe on the back is good!
No complaints, other than even at iHerb's great prices, baking gets really expensive really fast using stuff like this.
This brush sheds a little more than some I've used, but it's fine. Wish the handle came off. I use it for dry brushing before showering.
I like Carlson brand, took one bottle of this after finishing a much more expensive fermented brand. I did not notice any difference in anything while taking cod liver oil. I am sure it's good for me, but I didn't repurchase. This is easy to take, just tastes like lemony oil (though swallowing a straight spoonful of any oil, no matter how tasty, is a little gag-inducing to me). More economical than buying capsules. I would choose this one over some of the less expensive brands.