Stevia Whole Leaf Concentrate, 2fl Ounces (60ml) Bottles (Pack of 2)
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|Unit Count||4 Fl Oz|
About this item
- Whole leaf concentrate liquid
- Contains no alcohol or chemicals
- Thick, dark liquid often used by diabetics
- Good for whole food/raw food diet
- Herbal, licorice flavor
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Premium Quality. Stevia Concentrate is a nutritious (This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.) dark liquid made by concentrating whole stevia l
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 4.2 x 2.2 x 5.7 inches; 2.08 Ounces
- Manufacturer : SweetLeaf
- ASIN : B001EO5RG8
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#341,386 in Health & Household (See Top 100 in Health & Household)
- #249 in Stevia Herbal Supplements
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Recommended use: as a dietary supplement, take 4 drops with beverage.
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That said, please ignore all the low ratings for this product. I may have gone a bit overboard in leaving comments for all of them, but it drives me crazy when people leave bad reviews for great products due to their own lack of education or understanding. This product is NOT intended to be used as a sweetener. There are much better tasting stevia products out there, including NOW brand liquid stevia (has the least aftertaste to me but my daughter can still taste it so it's definitely up to personal tastes.)
I hope some day there will be more liquid whole leaf stevia products available, especially in bulk, but until then, huge thanks to the manufacturer for making this for those of us who need it.
My ONLY beef with it, is the price is nearly unaffordable for many. We have been using this for years and are very happy with the quality. It lasts a long time.
Just to give you a frame of reference for the concentration: My husband and I both like 4 drops each in a 12 oz. mug of tea. My husband likes strong coffee and doesn't want to taste any hint of stevia, so he puts none in his coffee. I like my coffee very creamy with a hint of sweetness, and I put 13 drops in a large mug (12-16 oz). I have tasted it at 100% before, just out of curiosity, and it is very intense and "grassy/mineral" tasting. I like knowing it still has all that goodness in it, but it's definitely not intended to consume at that strength.
I have not tried it in hot liquids as it's summer here but in my experience, that usually isn't a good idea.
I use this to control carb intake sue to family history of diabetes. For many diabetics, maybe most who simply don't test enough to know, glycerin is a carb and can really through your BG levels into a tizzy. If you look a large percentage of Stevia extracts use glycerin as the suspending agent. Big issue as it completely defeats the whole reason we use stevia, again, which is to avoid carbs, especially simple sugars. Another reason other brands use glycerin is it can help mask the licorice/anise like aftertaste of pure stevia.
I fill and carry a small bottle with enough of this stevia for at least two weeks of beverages. It is an easy way to carry some on the go. Just find some of the "individual" small bottles of stevia or even a small empty bottle of eyedrops...wash any used bottles well then just refill it as needed. Oh, of course make sure the bottle can be opened. I found mine at our local Mom 'n Pop healthfood store. I don't buy this stevia there simply because they don't carry it and to be candid if they ordered it for me the cost for a single bottle is as much as this two-bottle pack. I run through 6-10 bottles/yr so that is a big cost difference. Plus it comes to me use a discounted subscription using my Amazon Prime...gotta love that too.
My fav uses of this stevia are beverages. I like very strong iced/hot coffee, homemade lemonade, iced teas and pretty much anything cold. Stevia lets me enjoy a sweet beverage whenever the mood hits. Or when at Starbucks I just order my tea (love their passion tea iced) and then sweeten with my small pocket bottle. I've even used it for homemade non-dairy milkshakes made with ice & heavy fat coconut cream (milk whatever you call it...)
I blathered one enough but this is what stevia concentrates should be...whole plant, nothing sweet added (beware anything on the shelf in grocery stores or even pharmacies for hidden sugars)...it's easy to use and travels fine or can be put in a smaller pocket sized bottle of some sort. I you are after the healthy benefits of stevia in a liquid form this is the one to buy.
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