Organifi Green Juice Review - Is it really worth Your Money?
Organifi Green Juice Review - Is it really worth Your Money?
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Organifi Green Juice is a superfoods-based green drink that was created by Drew Canole, founder of the popular health website FitLife.tv.

And, as the name suggests, it’s made of 100% organic ingredients, something you will rarely find in green juice powder.

Now, the container does have a cancer warning label, but it’s mandatory in California and almost every product you will see will have that warning.

Besides, these days almost everything can cause some sort of cancer if consumed too much, so this was not something to worry about.

Many reviewers have complained about the “emptiness” of the package, but since it’s powder, the container shouldn’t be full.

The powder can spray everywhere upon opening and leave you with a needless mess. So, the container is always half full, not half empty.

But, just to confirm my theory since I nitpick everything, I measured it on my scale. As the product description said, it measured 9.5 oz (270 gr), which is around 30 servings more or less.

So, you don’t have to worry about getting ripped off regarding the weight.

Source: https://youtu.be/Zp6fr8sbqRM
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Views: 292
Uploaded: 1 year ago
Duration: 14:23
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Videos: 839
Subscribers: 4
Description
Click here to learn more here:
https://www.totalbeings.com/organifi-green-juice-review/

Organifi Green Juice is a superfoods-based green drink that was created by Drew Canole, founder of the popular health website FitLife.tv.

And, as the name suggests, it’s made of 100% organic ingredients, something you will rarely find in green juice powder.

Now, the container does have a cancer warning label, but it’s mandatory in California and almost every product you will see will have that warning.

Besides, these days almost everything can cause some sort of cancer if consumed too much, so this was not something to worry about.

Many reviewers have complained about the “emptiness” of the package, but since it’s powder, the container shouldn’t be full.

The powder can spray everywhere upon opening and leave you with a needless mess. So, the container is always half full, not half empty.

But, just to confirm my theory since I nitpick everything, I measured it on my scale. As the product description said, it measured 9.5 oz (270 gr), which is around 30 servings more or less.

So, you don’t have to worry about getting ripped off regarding the weight.

Source: https://youtu.be/Zp6fr8sbqRM
Category
Education