In our quest to get all of our nutrients from drinks instead of food (because we don't really like vegetables), we've been trying a lot of greens powders recently. Some of these greens powders have been excellent, whereas some really haven't been.
What seems to separate the good greens powder from the bad is the breadth of ingredients - it's easy to put some spirulina and greens in a bag and give it a shake, but we want a greens powder with a bit more oomph.
So when we saw the ingredients list of the Daemon Power Ultimate Green Powder, we knew we'd have to buy it and review it. In this review, we'll be looking closely at this product and giving you our honest thoughts. Let's get into it:
What's in the Daemon Power Ultimate Green Powder?
With a name which includes the word 'ultimate', we'd expect the ingredients list of this greens powder to be impressive. And we'd definitely say that it is.
Firstly, the product has a base of greens that we'd expect to find in any good greens powder. This includes chlorella, moringa, wheatgrass, barleygrass, and spirulina. You'll find 7000mg of this greens base in each serving of the greens powder.
But what really makes this greens powder 'ultimate' is the mix of other ingredients that the team at Daemon Power has added - alongside the greens base you'll find ginger, blueberry extract, Magnesium L-Threonate, and Acerola Cherry. These additional ingredients bring a ton of additional nutrients with them. You'll actually find these ingredients in pretty high concentration too - for example, each serving of this greens powder contains 500mg of Magnesium L-Threonate.
What does the Daemon Power Ultimate Greens Powder taste like?
The blueberry extract provides a nice dose of antioxidants in each serving, but also really adds to the taste - we'd still say that this definitely has the grassy taste of a greens powder, but it's also got a slight sweetness which really reminds us of liquorice.
You'll find this product stocked on Amazon, but it must have been recently added as it's yet to have too many reviews on the platform. However, Daemon Power does have a Trustpilot (which is shared with the other brand that this team owns, CBDiablo, who we listed in our guide to the best CBD gummies we've tried). Impressively, the brand is sitting with an 'Excellent' rating from almost 1000 reviews on Trustpilot.
We bought this 250g bag for around £40, which might seem like a lot compared to some of the other greens powders we've reviewed such as the Aduna Super Greens, but actually when you consider how many ingredients are crammed into the Daemon Power Ultimate Greens, it's actually very reasonably priced. We counted 24 different ingredients in this greens powder, all of which provide nutrients (this greens powder contains no filler). The Aduna Super Greens powder contains 12 ingredients and is just over half the price, so when you consider that you can see that this greens powder from Daemon Power is actually good value.
However, we do understand that many people want to a more straightforward greens powder, so for those people this might be a little too expensive. If you want something simpler and much less expensive, the Naturya Green Superblend is a good option.
Overall we'd say that if you want a greens powder which is much more than just spirulina and wheatgrass, the Daemon Power Ultimate Green Powder is an excellent choice. It's packed with nootropics and adaptogens which provide you with a ton of benefits. It might be a little expensive for people who just want a simple greens powder, but we're certainly impressed by it.
Have you tried the Daemon Power Ultimate Green Powder? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!