Bioray Life is Peachy Review – Opt or Drop?


It’s opt or drop time. I have to tell you, I have been dreading making this post for a couple of days now. 

The product today is from BioRay, from their Rayz collection, and it’s called Life is Peachy


First impressions

I’ve got to say this box looks fantastic. It looks yummy, appealing, and very intriguing. You switch to the side and you look at, Okay, what is this supposed to do? They say (and I don’t need my glasses for this), this remedy will detox unwanted organisms in your GI tract. It will decrease angry outbursts. Love it, okay? And gently bind toxins for a microorganism cleanse, right? Doesn’t that sound great? Life is peachy. Give me some of that. 

When I ordered it, I ordered it with other stuff. Again, they give out samples and pamphlets and a whole bunch of stuff. Marketing is really great. Bright colors, happiness. You get the vibe, right? “Oh, yes. Thank you for your order!” I can picture myself there on the beach. It’s somehow life is peachy. 

When I opened it – this was the color. Oh, my goodness. I was like, “That’s not looking too peachy, but looking thick and heavy.” 


Ingredient-wise, they have a lot of ingredients in here. This is a very broad-spectrum approach. They have herbs in here for anti-parasitic, and antibacterial. They do have chlorella so for the nice detoxing. Milk thistle, so really nourishing that liver. It’s got a lot of good stuff. I’m thinking, “All right, yay!” 


This is the part I’m dreading. Oh, my gosh. I really don’t want to do this. Okay, I’m going to read from the directions here. It says, to take one to two and a half full squeezing of the pipette 2-3 times a day directly into your mouth or mix into your favorite drink. Shake well. Shake, shake, shake, shake, shake. 

I’m stalling. 

Okay. Ready? I’m going to do one pipette. 

It does not taste good. Oh. And the bad taste just gets worse and worse. When you think it can’t get any worse, it does. Oh my gosh, I’m crying a little bit. Oh. I have to say I like what it does, but I don’t like how it tastes. 

Making it palatable

So I experimented with it a little bit. I played around with it. The only thing that can make it tolerable is to put it in pineapple juice. Pineapple juice is wicked strong. It has a lot of sugar, so it’s not something I would really recommend for someone who’s trying to keep low sugar due to different infections. So definitely keep that in mind. 

I’m going to put one pipette full into here so you can see the change. See how it just settles on the bottom? That’s just not looking yummy.

And my palate is quite healthy, right? So I’m not eating lots of sweets, and I enjoy herbal drinks and earthiness, and and all that stuff. I enjoy sweets, too, but I can usually tolerate healthy stuff. But it still has that bad taste in my mouth. It’s still there. 

Okay, here we go. It’s tolerable, but it’s still there in that aftertaste. I didn’t finish it all. Kind of chicken. All right, let’s do it. 

Opt or drop?

So overall, the product is great. The ingredients can target those different claims, right? There is an asterisk by that claim saying that this is a claim, but it’s not a claim. You could hide it in some strong… It’s really strong. I want to like it a lot more than I do. I would rather just take this in a pill. There are certainly pills out there. It tastes really strong. I can’t really recommend it just because of the taste. 

So opt or drop? The ingredients and the approach are good, certainly. The taste is significant. You would really have to work on masking it. So really for the taste, for that reason, it’s a drop.