Today’s article is about more than just my latest Green Magma review. Oh, don’t be scared, I’m not about to bait and switch you. This isn’t suddenly going to turn into an Herbalife pitch. Not that there’s anything wrong with some good old-fashioned Herbalife product pitching, I just mean to say, I’m not going to pyramid scheme you up.

I just feel like every time I write these reviews, I end up with a similar question: Do I really need a green superfood drink? I am the guy that’s written the top 10 superfood green drink reviews list, so you can imagine which way I’m leaning right now.

Green superfood drinks, so long as they are always healthy, are one of the best things a person can do on the daily. Eating right, exercising and opening Target store doors for elderly women are probably the most important, but getting your daily greens in is serious business. This Green Magma review is in large part, the piece to a greater health profile puzzle. Whether or not you choose Green Magma or some other top superfood green drink, I just want you to know that you should choose health! Green drinks are health.

Now, if you could just get 10 more people to sign up you will make millions in a matter of days. I’m kidding. You still have to go to work. But you’re going to be healthier for choosing to drink green superfood powders.

Green Magma, in a nutshell, is what I term a “legacy product.” This is not the new kid on the block, rather, it has been around since the 1960’s. While that might sound great, imagine if Game Of Thrones were in black and white? That’d feel a bit ancient, right? Well, that’s kind of the gig with Green Magma. It hasn’t changed much over the decades.


Product Name: Green Magma
Company Name: Green Foods corporation
Product Description: Green superfood drink
Price: $49.49

Note: The name “Green Magma” is sort of awkward. It kind of speaks “you are going to end up in a bathroom quickly after consumption.” But I assure you, that’s not the case.


As I mentioned earlier, this product is very old. In one way, that signals a thick layer of consumer trust. The issue is that Green Magma hasn’t really updated itself over the years (and there have been a lot of years).

There isn’t a whole lot to say here. This product is just organic barley grass. I should probably remove the S from SUPERFOODS in the header, but I’m too lazy; so it stays!


Although this is JUST organic barley grass, I should note that barley grass is great for you. It contains a slew of minerals and vitamins and amino acids and chlorophyll and phyto-chemicals. There’s more than that, as well. The stuff is great for you. And it certainly needs to be if you are going to purchase a superfood drink that only contains it. Green Magma ingredients seriously mean one ingredient. You’d think over decades of time these people could have diced up some spinach or something?

The Green Magma ingredients really fail our Green Magma review. The honest truth is, that’s all you need to know. Because this sets the stage for continued failure in the rest of what follows.


In terms of value, this product is a failure. As mentioned earlier, it only really offers you organic barley grass. That’s great, but the name implies that you are getting a variation of superfoods. In this case, you are getting a rather singular experience. You would be better off just buying a product that’s only organic barley grass and passing on paying for a product billing itself as multifaceted health experience. You essentially end up paying $1 for 6 grams of barley grass.

The product is just barley grass, so that’s what it taste like. It essentially is like chewing soil on a hot summer day in Texas. You can take from that what you like.


  • Organic Barley Grass is healthy

CONS (HINT: This list is longer)

  • No other superfoods in the formula
  • Low potent at just 6 grams per serving
  • No antioxidants
  • No Digestive Enzymes
  • No Probiotics
  • Extremely one-dimensional
  • Too much money for just 6 grams of one main ingredient


It’s one-dimensional. Visit our top 10 superfood green drink reviews and set yourself straight. Almost all of our top reviews contain barley grass and LOTS more.