Thursday, October 10, 2013

Total Nutrition by Immortal Herbs Review

Recently, I had the opportunity to try Total Nutrition by Immortal Herbs for free in exchange for a review. Yes, I did get a sample for free to test out. My opinions are still 100% honest and my own. I was under no obligation to write a positive review and definitely wouldn't accept something that required me to. Now, let's get started.
I want to just tell you about the benefits of this drink first. This is a direct quote from the product description I was provided:
"Total Nutrition is rich in antioxidants, amino acids, enzymes, nutirents, vitamins, and phytonutrients - all of which are required to take your body from "surviving" to "vibrant".  Simply stated, with Total Nutrition, you will transend "normal nutrition".  Total Nutrition is a delicious, easy-prep supplement that contains a diverse blend of premium quality superfood ingredients that have been sourced from across the globe.  This cutting-edge global blend of superfoods makes Total Nutrition extremely dense in nutrients, vitamins and minerals.  In fact, just one tablespoon is enough to provide the average American with an entire day's worth of nutrients!  Total Nutrition is the first step toward changing your life and your health.  You'll feel revitalized in a way that you've only dreamed about!  Total Nutrition is comprised of:  Barley Grass, Wheat Grass, Spirulina, Spinach, Alfalfa Leaf, Kelp, Dulse Leaf, Barley Grass Juice, Orange Peel, Beet Root, Dandelion Leaf, Lemon Peel, Gingko Leaf, Wheat Grass Juice, Maca Root, Cacao, Ashwagandha, Sacha Inchi, Manuka Honey, Bee Pollen, Reishi Mushroom, Blueberry, Black Currant, Wild Bilberry, Wild Lingonberry, Aronia, Pomegranate, Concord Grape, Red Raspberry, Sour Cherry, Wild Elderberry, Wild Cranberry, Black Raspberry, Goji Berries and Schiznadra Berries. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Adminstration.  This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease."
So, it's a pretty healthy drink. It's designed to help give your body more nutrients and whatnot. 
Now, my review.

First, I should say this. I'm the type of person that basically wants to be healthy and goes to buy health foods/drinks every once in a while. Problem is, I usually hate how it tastes. Which is basically how I ended up with a whole lot of herbal teas/remedies/herbal ____ in a cupboard somewhere in the kitchen. Therefore, this review will be from that point of view, so let's get right into it.

So, first, I started with the water and added the herbs.
As you can see below, it was in a light green, powdered form and it smelled like green tea, which made me a bit less scared to try it out. I love green tea after all.
I mixed it up and it became like this:
After mixing, it smelled more like spinach. It was dark green and had orange/brick-colored flecks in it. At this point, I felt kinda scared to drink it, but then I thought, "Honestly, what do I have to lose? I mean, if I really hate it, I can just spit it out, right?" So, I took a gulp of it down. The first thought that I had was that it didn't taste too bad. It wasn't horrible or anything. It tasted a lot like water with a tinge of spinach. There were also dry bits that I could feel in my throat. The taste encouraged me to drink another gulp and it was harder to swallow this time. I didn't hate the taste, but it wasn't exactly delicious either. Let's put it this way, I was able to stomach it, but it was hard. I did drink it all, though (Halfway through, I added some juice to help with the taste. It was a bit better, so I would recommend doing something like that if you decide to try it.). Overall, it wasn't that bad. Would I recommend it? I don't know. Although it was better than most, I still did have some dislike towards the taste. I think it really depends on your own taste and the sensitivity of your tastebuds. You can put it in other drinks, so it may be better then. I can't quite say that you should definitely buy it. 

Okay, so that was my review for Total Nutrition. I hope you enjoyed it and I hope that it was helpful to you. Thank you for reading!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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