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Jason Sea Fresh Spearmint Toothpaste
Posted by Sprinkles on Apr 12, 2009 | Verified Purchase
This is a very nice-tasting toothpaste to use. Soft spearmint flavor; not too strong. It would never burn your mouth like some other mints. This one doesn't do anything for whitening the teeth, however. Also, it has an extremely odd quirk in that the paste doesn't all melt down and foam out - some "clumps" of it stay in your toothbrush instead of all coming out in your mouth while brushing, so at the end, you have to rinse your toothbrush and shake it a couple of times, and the remaining toothpaste will then fall out in the sink in little clumps -- some rinses down the drain easily, but other clumps of it stick to the sink and are hard to get off. Very messy and too much trouble; I will not buy this toothpaste again because of this.
Posted by Sprinkles on Oct 03, 2010 | Verified Purchase
This is a great product. No scent at all. Wonderful for people who are sensitive to fragrances and dyes, and healthier for all people! Just a small dab of the soap lathers up beautifully and cleans wonderfully. Does a great job at the kitchen sink even on greasy foods on hands. It even says it can be used as a shampoo with its balanced pH, but I haven't tried it yet as anything but hand soap. Very impressed. **10/2/2010 UPDATE**: I finally got around to trying this as shampoo, and I have to say it is the very best product I've found, among all the shampoos I've used, for cleaning the hair very well while not drying it out, being fragrance-free, and having very healthy ingredients. I am sold on this product. I didn't expect any suds at all after reading another person's review, but it turns out I do get a very small amount of suds when using it as shampoo. (Suds don't clean at all even though people like them; most products that suds highly are able to do this only from unhealthy ingredients that allow the product to do this.) Could be that I use a bit more of the product than the other person did. It also rinses out super-clean and really fast and leaves the hair feeling clean but not at all stripped like straw, which usually happens with the shampoos that use harsh cleansers. This is an excellent all-around product.
NutriBiotic Original Peppermint Liquid Soap
Posted by Sprinkles on Nov 25, 2009 | Verified Purchase
I bought a bottle of this one and also a bottle of the NutriBiotic Sensitive Skin formula cleanser at the same time. Even though this original formula cleans well and has a very pleasant mild peppermint smell, I choose the Sensitive Skin formula to purchase again in the future because it is a healthier product. It cleans every bit as well, lathers up even better than the original formula with just a pea-size amount, is totally unscented, and has healthier ingredients. The Original formula has sodium laureth sulfate as the main cleanser, which is not good, and I'm not too happy with a couple of the other ingredients as well. In addition, the peppermint oil, even though it smells quite pleasant, is a skin sensitizer to many people and is not a good ingredient for putting on sensitive facial skin. (I guess it wouldn't hurt too much if you only use it as hand soap.) The Sensitive Skin formula is the superior formula with an ingredient list that I am MUCH happier with, and I even use it each evening to cleanse my face and eyes of makeup. It removes all the makeup easily and leaves my skin feeling clean and comfortable, not tight or dry.
Posted by Sprinkles on Aug 20, 2009 | Verified Purchase
This is a great product. No scent at all. Wonderful for people who are sensitive to fragrances and dyes, and healthier for all people! Just a small dab of the soap lathers up beautifully and cleans wonderfully. Does a great job at the kitchen sink even on greasy foods on hands.
This product works!!
Posted by Sprinkles on Oct 27, 2012 | Verified Purchase
My dog's digestion needed help, and we got obvious results with this product. Within one week of starting the enzymes, we no longer see pieces of undigested food in his stool outside - that's positive proof! We hope to see even more beneficial health signs when he's taken it long enough for his body to be able to heal itself more. We give it to him twice a day - once in his morning meal and once in his evening meal.
This one works!
Posted by Sprinkles on Oct 27, 2012 | Verified Purchase
I first tried another brand of black cohosh, Nature's Answer, and it just simply didn't work. I was disappointed but thought I'd give black cohosh one more try with a different brand. I'm glad I did, because I actually got results with this Nature's Way! Also, the capsules are very easy to swallow. I dislike tablets -- they're hard to get down the throat and they normally contain additional excipients that I'd rather not ingest, so I prefer capsules. I would purchase these Nature's Way black cohosh caps again.
Contains alcohol and is very greasy at first
Posted by Sprinkles on Dec 02, 2009 | Verified Purchase
I had high hopes for this product because it is one of the rare progesterone products that is not in a cream base (cream isn't the best vehicle for progesterone absorption). Gel is the very best base, but so far almost everyone makes it in cream. I was really looking forward to this Life Flo mist as it is in liquid form, but I was so sorry to see that they put alcohol in it! I actually found that when I rubbed it in vigorously, it caused my skin to warm up and even feel uncomfortably hot from the alcohol if I rubbed too much. And the carriers are oils, which felt extremely oily until it completely sank in, which took a while.
Black Walnut Tincture
Posted by Sprinkles on Mar 25, 2011 | Verified Purchase
VERY well-made product. Super strength and FRESH, FRESH.
Black Walnut Extract
Posted by Sprinkles on Feb 01, 2011 | Verified Purchase
This is a very good black walnut extract product. Much better than Nature's Answer Black Walnut, because Nature's Answer was already totally black in color when I opened it, but not as good as any of Dr. Hulda Clark's black walnut products (such as the Purity brand or New Action Products, for 2 examples), because those products are still a definite green color when you open them. (The darker the extract, the more it has already lost a lot of its power. The black walnut extract properly made from the green hulls of the black walnut should be green in color when new and fresh and still thoroughly potent). The Eclectic black walnut that I'm rating here was somewhere in between. It was already brown in color when I opened it (no green color left), but it wasn't black or even dark brown yet. It was kind of a light to medium brown. So, better than a lot of other ones you'll buy!
Posted by Sprinkles on Mar 28, 2010 | Verified Purchase
HEY! These are surprisingly good! I bought these for healthy nutrition, but boy was I surprised when they tasted so good! I actually originally bought them to sprout, but then I learned that under my Protein Metabolic Type, sprouted beans and seeds are really not the best for me, so I decided to soak and cook them instead (using them this way is good for me). Apparently, sprouting them must leave them in too high of a carbohydrate stage for a Protein Type person, whereas cooking them pushes them into the protein realm. Anyway, I soaked them overnight and cooked them as a side at the next evening's dinner, just like you would with any other dried beans. After cooking and draining, I added some coconut oil and some Klamath Miracle Krystal salt (himalayan salt), and both my husband and I thought they were just delicious. They had an obviously milder and more pleasant flavor than all other dried beans or peas that I have cooked before. I'm looking forward to cooking these as sides with dinner occasionally from now on!