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07-27-2006, 12:02 PM
Hi Dear People,
Anyone experience with e3live, blue green algae?
These are frozen algae, and are not processed at all (not even dried ) :D
I have tried this , but find it difficult to form an opinion, or to compare with similiar products. :eek:
"who knows the source, doesn't drink from the bottle""
07-27-2006, 12:21 PM
Glad you asked this. I have just recently ordered this product, in fact it is supposed to be delivered today. I will let you know what I think after trying it out for a few days. Hopefully it balances perfectly with my body.
I have used wheatgrass juice for quite awhile for it's "green" benefits, however, e3live has way more chlorophyll so I am hoping I will have even better results.
When I have asked around, it seems to be a toss up. SOme people think it is amazing and others don't notice much of a difference.
I have heavy metal poisoning and because of that I really need to alkalize my system so this should help!
07-27-2006, 12:29 PM
(by the way: is your name indicating that you are balancing
like a jojo between raw and less raw? or is it just chosen for fun?)
What I forgot in this thread is that I am also interested in opinions about
e3live compared with Chlorella, which is also popular in the rawfood world
Also interesting looks the product in the link below: ( i can advise you to sign up for the newsletter from mercola.com, although he is very commercial)
Regards, Lightlover :p
07-27-2006, 01:00 PM
I hear that the Klamath lake blue green algae is supposed to be good but have never tried it.
Crystal manna is supposed to be wonderful but in England it costs almost £80 for a small jar - way beyond what I can justify paying.
The maca I bought was a cheaper 'superfood' but unfortunately is very wind producing!!
I am looking for the ideal supplement to energise and revitalise me so I'm keen to see what comments get posted in this thread.
07-27-2006, 01:29 PM
I've been using e3Live since before Christmas, and I love it. It was recommended to me because I was going to have shoulder surgery and wanted something to help me heal. I'm a firm believer in it because my physical therapist was amazed at how well I was doing when I went in the day after surgery ... he told me that most people he's seen usually weren't doing that well the next day. I truly believe it helped my recovery, and I'm still taking it. :)
07-28-2006, 09:08 AM
Thanks for sharing this info. Can you also please share how much of it you are taking and when during the day do you take it.
The ladies from the company said to defrost enought for week ( I guess just let it sit out for a while) and take a tbsp every morning. I am interested in learning what you do!
07-28-2006, 10:18 AM
I take a tablespoon in my juice in the morning, first thing. When the small bottle (they give you a small empty bottle to put it in) is empty, I just pull out the frozen bottle and let it stay in the fridge overnight. It defrosts enough to fill the small bottle and I just keep that in the fridge (the large bottle goes back in the freezer).
I think it's great! Seeing how fast I'd healed from the surgery made me a definite believer in it! :)
07-28-2006, 03:33 PM
Hi all you over there,
And what also is high in chlorofyll is parsleypesto
I only know a "sad"-recipe, but fantasy will do
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