iHerb.com is THE best online site! Supercheap and very good price on shipping! I buy all my stuff from them =)
IHerb are fantastic, quick delivery and there are some coupons if you look around.
From one student to another, pass on purchasing 'goji' berries as asian grocers sell Lechumia berries which are the same thing! And far cheaper.
Look out for 2nd hand dehydrators and vitamixs, as they are certainly expensive, ebay.com, amazon, craiglist and such swapmeet sites can be of help here.
Purchase in bulk, you will notice that caocao powder is far cheaper in the 1kg-5kg than the 200-500g.
There are some great ayurvedic providers in the US one is called BanyanBotanicals and you can get amalaki, triphala and etc powders in bulk for cheap!
Be wary of the word 'superfood' you can spend a lot of money that way!
One can begin purchasing products that are marked up 200% easily, and now after some impulse purchases and simple hunting have found cheaper methods. One way to go is find the latin name for herbs and then search for those opposed to 'goji' or 'amla' you may find herb etc dealers.
If you drink tea (cold brewed) try hibiscus, it is very cheap and potent in antioxidants, lowers blood pressure and delicious. Caffeine free too. Widely available online in 16oz - 1KG bags and cheaper than black tea.
I'm the same way, though I love raw food, I don't think 100% is the thing for me... I believe that some cooked food in your diet is good! I have cut out the "four evils" and keep my diet very simple. I like it that way, so that's the way I'll eat