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Apple Cider Vinegar

Food Name: Apple Cider Vinegar

Nutritional Information:
This is raw unpasteurized apple cider vinegar made from biodynamic apples.
Apple cider vinegar has a host of nutritious ingredients including
potassium, magnesium, calcium, trace elements, etc.  It is very effective in
detoxifying various organs in the body as well as the blood stream. This
vinegar promotes digestion, assimilation and elimination, and neutralizes
toxic substances in the body. Fatigue, nervous ailments, headaches,
arthritis, constipation, asthma, insomnia are just a few of the conditions
it is effective against.   Esp good for indigestion after meals.

See articles linked at the bottom of this page for more amazing benefits and how to use this product.



Food Fun Facts:
A CUP A DAY WILL KEEP THE DOCTOR AWAY
Apple cider vinegar has traditionally been known to be beneficial for your
health due to its high concentration of vitamins and minerals. A regular
dose of apple cider vinegar, honey and water can help the body pass acid
crystals, thus preventing and/or reducing muscle and joint stiffness,
including pains due to arthritis. That same mixture has the benefit of
thinning the blood, thereby reducing blood pressure. Apple cider vinegar can
also aid digestion and kill harmful bacteria in the digestive tract. Pure
apple cider vinegar can also be used to wash pesticides and bacteria or
fungus off of fresh produce. Most commercial apple cider vinegars have been
pasteurized and filtered, which destroys much of the inherent beneficial
elements. Look for cold-pressed, unpasteurized and organic apple cider
vinegar.
Learn more: http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_4028.cfm

Simple from Scratch:

Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic
Take two teaspoonfuls of honey with an equal quantity of cider vinegar in a glassful of lukewarm water two to three
times a day, in between meals.   A reduced quantity can be given to children.  (From "Tonics for Health" by the Divine Life Society)


Honey Vinaigrette (Salad Dressing)
1-1/4 cup Olive Oil
1/4 cup Apple Cider vinegar
1-1/2 tsp mustard
1-1/2 tsp honey
sea salt to taste

Mix together all ingredients. Durga recommends making a paste first with the
honey, mustard, and Olive Oil for easier mixing.
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Shanti Yoga,
Sep 29, 2015, 9:56 AM
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