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On the surface, the Supergreen Tonik greens powder has a lot going for it. Its ingredients are varied to support different areas of your health, and they’re high-quality—you’ll find mostly organic and non-GMO superfoods here.
But after years of testing products ourselves, we’ve learned one thing: You can’t always judge a book by its cover—or in this case, a greens powder by its health claims. While ingredient quality is important, so are things like taste, solubility, and the overall customer experience.
To provide some first-person insight on these factors, we ordered a tub (we opted for the berry flavor) and tried it for a week. In this Supergreen Tonik review, we’ll tell you everything you need to know about this greens powder from our experience testing it ourselves.
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Medical disclaimer: This article is intended for educational and informational purposes only. It is not intended as a substitute for medical advice. For health advice, contact a licensed healthcare provider. GGR also recommends choosing a product that has been third-party tested for quality.
We Tested Three Dozen Greens Powders
Yes, you read that right. Over the course of several months, we’ve tested 35 different greens powders and rated them all on price, formulation, taste, solubility, side effects, third-party testing, and customer experience and reviews. While taste was an important factor (after all, what good is a greens powder you can’t even choke down?), we also considered the quality and range of ingredients. The GGR testers include a mix of personal trainers and certified nutrition coaches, but we also enlisted the help of a functional nutritionist to write this piece.
- Includes 38 raw superfoods, vitamins, adaptogens, and minerals
- Formulated to support sleep, immunity, energy, and stress levels
- Minty flavor intended to mask the grassy taste
- Includes kale, ashwagandha root extract, and ginkgo biloba, which have been linked to improved sleep and reduced stress
- Vegetarian, 100% natural, and free from additives, soy, and dairy
Pros & Cons
- 100% satisfaction guarantee
- Transparent ingredient list
- Mixes well
- Has a minty taste, which masks the grassy taste of green powder
A Quick Look at Supergreen Tonik
Supergreen Tonik is a greens powder made by the company Human Tonik, which only offers two products: this greens powder and a reds powder. The company was founded by Adam Wright, who was a triathlete until he developed Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), which negatively affected his energy levels and caused brain fog and muscle weakness (among other symptoms).
Adam tried other greens powders, but he didn’t notice much of a difference in his health. He also noted that many had “proprietary blends” and didn’t actually disclose the dosage of each ingredient, which made it impossible to tell what you were really drinking.
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He developed the Supergreen Tonik in an effort to provide a superior product with scientifically dosed ingredients. The ingredients are meant to support immune function, energy levels, and brain health, while encouraging better sleep.
Note: We’re not making any health claims about this supplement or answering the question of whether this was the answer to Adam’s health problems, but that’s the story behind this brand.
Before You Buy
- It comes in two flavors: mint and berry.
- There are 17 superfood ingredients, targeted at brain, immune, and overall health, but no additional digestive support.
- It also contains 21 vitamins and minerals.
- It’s more expensive than other greens powders, but comes with a year-long money back guarantee.
- You can get a discount if you purchase in bulk.
Is Supergreen Tonik Worth It?
Supergreen Tonik is on the expensive side when it comes to greens powders, but is it worth it? That depends on what you’re looking for. It does have organic ingredients, which always tend to cost more, and it’s vegan, caffeine-free, and soy-free. But if you’re on a tight budget, there are other options out there that we think are just as good (and taste better).
- Sweet-drink lovers
- Anyone who wants to boost their intake of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants
- People who don’t mind spending more for organic, non-GMO ingredients
Not recommended for:
- Shoppers on a tight budget
- People who don’t like overly sweet drinks
- Those looking for a greens powder with probiotics
Supergreen Tonik Specs
These specs are based on one tub of the Supergreen Tonik purchased directly from the brand’s website, but as noted, you can save some money if you purchase in bulk.
|Price per serving
|Mint and Berry
|Organic spirulina powder, organic collard leaf powder, organic spinach powder, organic barley grass powder, organic chlorella, organic horseradish tree leaf powder, ashwagandha root extract, l-theanine, ginkgo leaf powder, bacopa herb extract, bacopa leaf powder, rhodiola root extract, rhodiola root powder, dandelion leaf extract, garlic bulb extract, olive leaf extract, and black pepper fruit extract.
|11.5 grams (one scoop)
|Inulin, silicone dioxide, calcium carbonate, natural flavor, stevia leaf extract, ferrous fumarate
|Stevia leaf extract
Experience Using Supergreen Tonik
GGR senior editor and certified personal trainer Nicole Davis tested the Supergreen Tonik and gave it an average rating. While it was too sweet for her liking, her husband preferred it and she said it mixes easily and has plenty of good ingredients. Here’s everything she had to say, plus some additional details about the formulation and price.
Price Per Serving
If you purchase one tub directly from the website, the price per serving comes out to $2.85. This is the second highest price per serving of all the other greens powders we tested—the only one more expensive was Athletic Greens.
You can save some money by buying in bulk, though. If you buy two tubs, the cost drops down to $2.52 per serving. If you buy six, you’ll pay $2.09 per serving.
Supergreen Tonik contains 17 main ingredients that are divided into three categories: greens blend, nootropic blend, and immune blend.
The organic greens blend is a mixture of superfoods and veggies, including organic spirulina powder, organic collard leaf powder, organic spinach powder, organic barley grass powder, organic chlorella, and organic horseradish tree leaf powder.
The nootropic blend is targeted at improving mental clarity and brain function, and includes a blend of adaptogens and other superfoods that directly support your stress levels and brain health. These include ashwagandha root extract, l-theanine, ginkgo leaf powder, bacopa herb extract, bacopa leaf powder, rhodiola root extract, and rhodiola root powder.
The immune system blend includes dandelion leaf extract, garlic bulb extract, olive leaf extract, and black pepper fruit extract.
While the Supergreen Tonik ingredients are highly impressive, there is a notable category missing: digestive support. Yes, ensuring you’re getting all the essential nutrients can help with overall health, which includes digestion. But most of the other greens supplements we tested include some blend of probiotics and digestive enzymes specifically aimed at improving gut health. (It does have some inulin, which is a prebiotic, but this is listed in the “other ingredients” section, so there’s likely not a significant amount).
This isn’t a dealbreaker by any means (especially if you’re already taking separate probiotics and gut-supporting dietary supplements), but it’s something to consider if you’re looking for an all-in-one supplement.
It also contains 21 different micronutrients, including vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, calcium, iron, zinc, and selenium (to name a few).
In addition to these active ingredients, the Supergreen Tonik contains a handful of inactive ingredients, like flavorings and anti-caking agents. As far as supplements go, the inactive ingredients are pretty minimal, plus the flavors are natural and it’s sweetened with stevia leaf extract instead of sugar. While it does still contain 4 grams of net carbohydrates per serving, this still makes it more suitable for a keto or low-carb diet.
Taste and Solubility
Greens powders aren’t known for being the most palatable supplements out there, but we thought the Supergreen Tonik taste was just so-so for the category. Nicole tried the berry flavor and personally thought it was very sweet, but overall “OK.” Her husband loved the flavor, though, and she says he reached for this greens powder over others they tested together. It also comes in mint, which we didn’t try.
As for solubility: It was a little grainy but no major complaints there. It mixed well enough and, overall, Nicole (and other reviewers) were satisfied with how it dissolves.
Nicole didn’t experience any side effects when drinking the Supergreen Tonik, but several Amazon reviewers said the container smelled like garlic when they opened it which was very off-putting. This smell combined with the taste prevented some from even being able to drink it. This wasn’t Nicole’s (or her husband’s) personal experience, but it’s worth noting, especially if you’re really sensitive to garlic.
The Supergreen Tonik is third-party tested for quality, purity, and potency. It’s also made in a USA-based cGMP lab. In addition to third-party testing, the company also has really transparent labeling, which is something that sets it apart from other super greens powders. Instead of just listing ingredients with no other context, the nutrition label says exactly how much of each ingredient you’ll get in each serving.
Human Tonik is pretty confident that you’ll like this greens powder. The company offers a 356-day money-back guarantee, which means you can try the product for a full year, and if you don’t like it, you can return it for a refund. Like most guarantees, there is some fine print, though.
First, you can only open one tub from a bulk order. That means if you order a 3-pack, the company will let you open and try the first one to decide if you like it. If you don’t, you’ll have to return all tubs—the opened one and the unopened ones.
Second, a $15 handling fee will be deducted from your return and you won’t get initial shipping costs back either. You’ll also be responsible for return shipping, and the company recommends getting tracking because they won’t reimburse you for lost shipments.
While this isn’t necessarily fine print, the company does recommend trying the greens powder for at least four weeks to give it some time to actually take effect. This isn’t a hard rule, but they want you to be really sure it’s not working for you before returning it.
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Ordering Supergreen Tonik
You can buy Supergreen Tonik directly through the brand’s website and on Amazon. On the brand’s website, you can purchase one, two, or six tubs at a time for a bulk deal. Amazon has one-, two-, and three-packs available. On both sites, you’ll get a discount if you purchase more tubs.
If you purchase directly through the brand’s site, you’ll pay $7 shipping for one tub. If you order three or more, you’ll get free shipping. Amazon Prime members get free shipping regardless of order quantity.
Direct orders typically arrive in three to seven business days in the U.S., and 10 to 21 if you live internationally. Amazon orders take about two days if you have a Prime membership and the product is in stock.
Regardless of where you order from, you’ll be backed by the brand’s money-back guarantee (Just make sure you’re purchasing directly from the brand’s Amazon page to ensure it’s the real thing).
The company doesn’t allow customers to post reviews directly on its website, but there are just over 100 Amazon reviews that average out to a 3.6-star rating. The comments are pretty scattered, with some reviewers writing that it tastes great, and others saying it’s too sweet or undrinkable (this was referring to the berry flavor, not the minty one).
One five-star reviewer raves about all aspects of the greens powder:
Another writes, “To all of the reviews saying that this product does not taste good, I say they are wrong. I’ve never been able to drink a green drink with just water, until now. There’s no after taste, it’s easy to drink, and you only have to drink it once a day.”
Of course, not everyone agrees. While most of the negative reviews center around the taste, some knock points off for the price and inconsistency between batches.
One three-star reviewer writes, “The asking price is a little steep for a 30-day supply. I tried it for a few days, hoping that its claims to help me sleep would come true, but it was hard to say if this ‘green tonik’ did me any good at all. The taste is okay-ish, but it helps to super chill the drink before gulping it down. Used daily long term, this might be beneficial, but it doesn’t taste that good, and it’s pricey.”
Final Verdict of Our Supergreen Tonik Review
The Supergreen Tonik isn’t our favorite greens powder, but it does have some notable callouts: high-quality organic ingredients, nothing artificial, minimal additives, and a generous return policy. It is one of the more expensive greens powders we tried, but you can return it for up to a year, so it’s not a super risky investment. If you like really sweet drinks, this could be the one for you, but if you don’t, you can check out our list of the best greens powders for others we recommend.
Supergreen Tonik Rating
Wondering if this popular greens powder is worth it? Learn everything you need to know in our Supergreen Tonik review.
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Supergreen Tonik Review FAQs
Does Supergreen Tonik contain probiotics?
No, the Supergreen Tonik does not contain probiotics. The company says this is intentional, since probiotics are sensitive to heat and light and may be inert by the time you actually drink the greens. It does have some inulin though, which is a prebiotic.
Can I take Supergreen Tonik and probiotics together?
Yes, you can take both supplements together. You don’t have to take them at the same time, but you can if you want to.
Is Supergreen Tonik third-party tested?
Yes, Supergreen Tonik is third-party tested for potency, quality, and purity. It’s also made in a cGMP-certified manufacturing facility, so there’s some additional oversight there.
When should I take Supergreen Tonik?
You can take Supergreen Tonik at any time. Because it doesn’t have any caffeine, there’s no downside to drinking it at night.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.
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