- Stevia Knowledge Base
If you have a specific question regarding stevia, Steviva
Brands or Steviva Blend please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The answer to your question will be posted to the Knowledge
Is Steviva available in stores?
Currently Steviva is available only in a few stores. In
the near future it will be through out the US. Join our
Steviva list on the Internet for store locations and dates.
Is Steviva going to be sold
in single serving packets?
There are other companies selling single serving packets.
However, they are using Maltodextrin to prevent caking as
well as reducing the concentration. We are currently working
with a company that will package Steviva in a very small
single serving packet without any additives thus reducing
package size and waste of paper.
Is Steviva available in a
If you would like Steviva in a liquid form, simply mix one
part Steviva with four parts water in a small bottle and
refrigerate. This way you can save yourself a bundle over
what other companies charge for their liquid.
Does Steviva have an aftertaste?
If used in excessive amounts Stevioside has been found to
produce a slight licorice taste. If used in moderation you
may find that Steviva produces no aftertaste whatsoever.
Can I cook with Steviva?
There have been several cookbooks written about cooking
with Stevia. You can find many of them by clicking
here.Steviva can resist heat up to 377° f. There
have been several recipes floating around the internet that
we have heard very good things about. The best thing to
do is find out through trial and error and email us the
results so we can pass them along to others who have made
this a frequently asked question. If you are interested
in baking... we strongly suggest you use the Steviva
Blend. It is all natural and has the same sweetness
and texture as sugar but without the carbs and the calories.
Are there any known side
effects to using Stevia products?
The Japanese during their evaluation of Stevia as a possible
sweetening agent performed elaborate safety tests. Few substances
have ever yielded such consistently negative results in
toxicity trials as have Stevia. Almost every toxicity test
imaginable has been performed on Stevioside at one time
or another. The results are always negative.