Posted by iHerb Customer on Mar 02, 2008 | Verified Purchase
This stuff is a very finely ground powder of the whole stevia leaf. It tastes as whole stevia should, and the small particle size of the powder makes it disperse quite nicely in liquids and blend in well in solid recipes. I prefer it greatly to Now's powder, which is much coarser. Some folks prefer refined stevia extract, which is neither green nor fibrous, but I'd rather stick to the whole, unrefined food. If whole stevia is what you're after, I think you'll be pleased with Planetary's product.
I've tried a few different brands and compounds of magnesium supplements, and this one seems to cause me the least gastric upset per elemental magnesium equivalent. I'm sure this will vary from person to person, but it works well for me.
This is my go-to for flossing. The floss (or tape or whatever) is thick enough that it doesn't cut into my gums, slice into my fingers, or break off in between my teeth, but no so thick that I have to use undue force to floss. The tea tree oil adds a fresh and unimposing flavor--just enough to make a hint of cleanliness, but not so much that it grabs your attention.
These are the only eye drops I've ever used that don't sting when they go into my eyes.
These oats have a good thickness--thin enough to cook quickly, but thick enough to retain their texture--, and taste nice and fresh. They also work well as a cold cereal.
This floss is very comfortable. Strangely comfortable. Almost unsettlingly comfortable. Is flossing supposed to be comfortable? In any case, it seems to work, so indulge away--this is the quilted double-ply of dental floss.
This lip balm has very little odor and doesn't do anything weird--no flavors, no tingly astringents--it just goes on your lips and keeps them from drying out. Five stars plus plus plus will put on my lips again.
I initially started using these bags years ago for collecting food waste, as they can go straight into the compost, but was surprised to discover that they were durable enough to use in the general wastebasket, in the bathroom, etc. They've done well by me, and I'm glad to see the larger sizes popping up in commercial applications, now, too.
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