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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

PURGGO Car Eco-Purifier Review

Hello Everyone-
Today I would like to tell you about a product I received free in exchange for a review. 
It is 
PURGGO Car Eco-Purifier. *Now as always the opinions expressed here are my own and always will be.*

This is what the company has to say about it:
PURGGO is a beautifully designed car air eco-purifier & freshener, made with 100% bamboo charcoal.

- Adsorbs & eliminates odor instead of masking it.
Fragrance- & allergen-free, and all-natural & non-toxic.
- Works 24/7 passively & lasts for 365+ days.
- Uses the most renewable natural resources in the world.
- 100% asthma & allergy friendly.

Proven Product & Happy Customers

Authorities like Inhabitat and TreeHugger have given PURGGO raving reviews. Close to 800 happy customers have given PURGGO support on Kickstarter.

Does It Really Work?

The bamboo charcoal inside PURGGO has been used for thousands of years in Asia to eliminate odor. Research institutions such as the Nagaoka University of Technology in Japan confirm bamboo charcoal's effectiveness.

Eliminate (Not Mask) Odor

Don't you hate it when artificial lavender scent from common fresheners simply mixes with odor from your car, to produce a concoction that smells even worse?

PURGGO eliminates odor. The bamboo charcoal inside is 4x more porous than regular charcoal and acts like a big sponge that traps odor particle, which purifies the air in your car.

Lasts 365+ Days

You've got better things to do with your time than buying refills, but most common car fresheners don't last more than 45 days.

PURGGO works 24/7 passively, and lasts more than 365 days.

Natural, Safe, Fragrance & Scent Free

Give yourself peace of mind, knowing PURGGO is all natural and completely safe to use around your family and pets. It's also fragrance and scent free.

This is my take on the product:
This is a really cool air purifier for your car. It's all natural, non-toxic and fragrance free. It is made with Bamboo Charcoal. This lasts up to one year! After you use it you can compost it into your garden. It has a hemp cover that looks very "earthy". It's really quite cute. You hang it off the back of you car headrest. It absorbs all those stinky odor in your car. I could see putting this in a shoe closet also. Or any small enclosed space that needs freshening. They recommend that you put it into direct sunlight for an hour once a month to remove excess moisture and make it absorb odors better. I like that it is 100% asthma & allergy friendly because we have those problems in out family. I think this would make a nice gift and would be useful to anyone who smokes or travels with their pets in the car or just have that funky car smell. 

PURGGO Car Eco-Purifier can be purchased here-

Midori Spring Ceremonial (GOLD) Matcha Green Tea Review

Hello Everyone-
Today I would like to tell you about a product I received free in exchange for a review. 
It is 
Midori Spring Ceremonial (GOLD) Matcha Green Tea. *Now as always the opinions expressed here are my own and always will be.*

This is what the company has to say about it:
  • BODILY BENEFITS ✪ Our premium grade Matcha is rich in antioxidants, over 7x that of regular steeped tea. Organic Matcha has been shown to help (1) Increase energy levels (2) Help reduce stress and improve mental alertness (3) Support metabolism and help with weight loss 4) Support immune system and helps reduce inflammation. (5) Help the body cleanse of harmful elements.
  • THIRD PARTY CERTIFICATIONS ✪ USDA Organic Certified, JAS Organic Certified, OU Kosher Certified. In addition, Midori Spring Ceremonial Grade Organic Matcha is also GLUTEN FREE, GMO FREE, and contains no pesticides, soy, wheat of any kind.
  • FIRST RATE QUALITY ✪ This 1st flush (1st harvest) Matcha is rich vibrant green in color, sweet in aroma with smooth earthy flavors. Our production processes are second to none. Carefully selected and grown in shaded facilities. Once the BEST tea leaves have been selected, they are gently blown and cooled. The selected leaves are then grinded by a Mikage Stone Mill to produce delicate delicious final powder. Our tea plantations are designed to maximize the oxygen flow to the roots and to provide shaded sunlight, allowing tea leaves to naturally expand to collect more sunlight.
  • ENHANCED PACKAGING ✪ Our packaging is formulated to maintain optimal freshness and to provide effortless handling. The Matcha is placed in a food grade tin and sealed with a pull top and lid. Once the pull top is removed, the Matcha should be stored in the fridge with the lid on to maintain freshness. Our packaging does not store the Matcha in a separate bag since the tin is food grade and it is sealed with a pull top. By having the Matcha directly in the tin, it is easier to scoop out and eliminates the nuisance of the bag.
  • 100% CUSTOMER SATISFACTION GUARANTEE ✪ We at Midori Spring believe in our products 100%. However, our customers are important to us. If you are not 100% satisfied with our product, please contact us immediately for a full refund or exchange. We are here for any questions or concerns.

This is my take on the product:
I really like the taste of this Matcha compared to others I have tasted. This is a ceremonial grade tea and is of very high quality. As a matter of fact it has an almost sweet taste to it.  I love that it has all the antioxidants in it to help keep me healthy. It has a vivid green color and is very finely ground. It gives me a slight energy boost as well. I have been losing weight lately and have incorporated Matcha green tea into my diet. As any of you who have tried Matcha before know, it really doesn't blend into the water it just "suspends". Because of this reason I have purchased myself a small handheld blender to whisk the Matcha to a froth. You can do this by hand with a bamboo or wooden whisk as well. You use approximately one teaspoon per cup. You can vary the water to your taste. Overall, this is a very good Matcha and I would recommend it.

Midori Spring Ceremonial (GOLD) Matcha Green Tea can be purchased here on Amazon-

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