This is the natural green leaf ground into powder and not the white powder extract. It can be added raw to sweeten smoothies and herbal teas, or used in cooking and baking.
Stevia is much sweeter than other sugars, so only a small amount needs to be used. The body also processes stevia very slowly, which greatly reduces the risk of a sugar high. Stevia is essentially calorie free so it is popular with dieters. Research also suggests that stevia may be safe for diabetics, but diabetics should always consult their doctors before making additions to their diet.
Directions for Use
Sweetening power: ¼ tsp stevia powder = 1 tbsp sugar; 1.5 – 2 tsp stevia powder = 1 cup sugar approximate only, adjust to taste
9 out of 13 people would recommend this product07/06/2018, By MariaanI also use the "white" stevia powder, this is really different. It smells very green and the taste is also very different from what I am used to. I will not use it to make hot cocoa again. Maybe it's better in baked goods etc.12/05/2018, By Jolearning to use the right amount compared to normal sugar use07/04/2018, By JennaStill trying to get used to the taste & the correct amount to use - but will persevere as it is such a healthy alternative14/03/2018, By TshedisoI only use this in my tea as it is the only way i can enjoy it. I don't feel like it is very versatile as i can't use it in other dishes. It is very good in reducing my sugar intake but it takes some getting used to.10/03/2018, By KomboKittenHappy to have this healthier sugar option!12/01/2018, By VeganshmeganI've tried various brands of Stevia and found them all to have a terrible after taste. This has a much more subtle flavor and is very pleasant...a little goes a long way as it is super sweet!09/01/2018, By TshedisoIt took some time for me to get used to it but i have to say its great in my tea. I have tried to put it in my oatmeal and didn't enjoy having it that way. Overall, i love the product and definitely getting it again07/11/2017, By VahinA little too sickly sweet for me, colour also takes over. Will take some practice to use it right.20/08/2015, By Carol AnneI have used stevia powder (the white extract) for many years and love it. This natural form, unfortunately, does not dissolve in coffee and is very bitter and unpleasant. Now I understand why mine says debittered. Pity...its going into my compost heap.16/04/2015, By LisaId been seeing a lot of recipes using stevia as a sugar substitute and tried this on a batch of brownies. The smell of the stevia was so strong and off-putting that it gave me a headache. Don even get me started on how much worse the taste is. It also left my brownies a very dark brown, nearly black in colour. Perhaps I should have been using refined stevia but this experience leaves me skeptical. Avoid.14/04/2015, By AbbyThis product doesn work if you need a sugar substitute in your tea of coffee. Please don ... it taste nasty also it doesn dissolve like sugar, xylitol or coconut blossom. However, if you looking for something to add sweetness to your cooking - like a homemade chutney, or you just need that hint of sweetness to your food then i recommend this product. It blends in with the cooking, and the taste disappears. All you need is less than a half a teaspoon.27/09/2014, By sashaI have been using the refined white stevia for some time now, but I am very glad to have discovered the pure, organic dried version. It has a clean, sweet herbal taste very pleasant in herbal teas and in my morning coffee. This product is definitely helpful to anyone wanting to cut out refined sugars and sweeteners, and who wants a natural herbal alternative.18/06/2014, By BetsyCould not get use to the taste. Unfortunately this sugar substitute did not work for us.
Faithful to Nature is an online retail store, specialising in a wide selection of natural supplements, vitamins, superfoods and health-related products. Our green team is all about helping you unlock your full potential to live a healthy life; however we are not medical professionals. Please do consult your health care practitioner when seeking medical advice. Some products may be manufactured in a factory that also produce gluten, nuts and dairy products.