Green Drink Reviews: Macro Greens
The product called Miracle Greens was among the first on the market and is still among the best. Its land veggies include beets, cactus, barley grass, and carrot. It has large doses of herbs, including ginger, horsetail, suma, astragalus, Echinacea, milk thistle and others. It includes a few fruits (berries, cintrus, acerola cherries) and offers green tea, watercress, royal jelly, and aloe vera as special ingredients. It has the usual algaes and contains a lot of fibrous meal, which is a mixture of lecithin, apple pectin and flax seed meal, but overall, it’s among my favorites and costs $4.00 per ounce.
Alkaline forming Non-allergenic ingredients, that provides a gentle daily detox and surpasses the nutrition of five servings of organic raw fruits and vegetables. Alkaline forming, non-allergenic ingredients that provide a gentle, daily detox.
Slightly sweet. Slightly fruity. Slightly grassy.
Ingredients & Nutritional Facts
Good overall value. Strong in special herbs like green tea, milk thistle and Echinacea (if this is what you want). Includes royal jelly and some fruits. Formula is strong in anti-oxidants for a green drink.
You may not want or need many of the special herbs in this product (like Echinacea and milk thistle), if you make a practice of purchasing them separately. These raise the price tag of this formulation, whereas more nutrient-rich botanicals, like kelp, could have been used to raise the value without raising the price. Still, if you don’t purchase these special herbs separately, then this formulation may be perfect for you.
One serving in the morning or in the mid afternoon is optimal.
85% organic ingredients. No organic certifications.
10oz = $39.95 ($4.00 per ounce)
30oz = $89.00 ($2.97 per ounce)
Price per oz: $4.00