Nature’s Choice Apple Cider Vinegar is made from filtered apple cider vinegar, one of those versatile basic essentials for your natural household and beauty needs, rich in antibacterial acetic acid. The filtered version is easier to use for household hacks such as cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and rinsing your veggies and also makes a great conditioning hair rinse. It’s known as the slimmer’s favourite too as it can help you shed a few kilos, and its antibacterial properties make it an ideal natural healing disinfectant and tonic you can use to treat acne and athletes foot. You can also whizz up delicious dressings and sauces with this multi-functional apple miracle.
This clear golden liquid has so many useful applications, from household use, to culinary, beauty and more:
As a condiment:
- Salad dressing
- Popcorn sprinkle
Slimming, to aid digestion, or as a tonic: Take two teaspoons Apple Cider Vinegar in a glass of water three times a day.
Acne: Apply mixture of one part Apple Cider Vinegar to 8 parts water – daily.
Rinse with hot water.
Mild athlete’s foot: Soak washed feet in a mixture of 7 Tbsps Apple Cider Vinegar to one litre water.
Hair Rinse: it makes a great conditioning treatment as it balances scalp ph and removes product build up, as well as helps to combat dandruff. Mix one-third of a cup of vinegar with four cups of water and rinse
Deodorant dab a bit under your arms for a natural deodorant as it helps neutralise odour causing bacteria
Cellulite: Cellulite is a skin problem that can affect anyone, including men, women and children. The nutritional components of Apple Cider Vinegar have been known to help reduce the appearance of cellulite. Mix 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar into a glass of water, sweeten with teaspoon of honey and drink once each morning.
Gout: Apple cider vinegar helps to balance the body’s pH and prevent the excess acidity that causes painful gout flare-ups.
Arthritis: Apple cider vinegar also helps to ease swollen and painful joints.
High blood pressure: Using apple cider vinegar as a daily supplement can help to lower high blood pressure levels, protecting you against cardiovascular disease.
Neutralize Odours: pop some in a bowl will help to neutralize odours in your home
Fruit and Veggie Wash: it works really well as a natural way to remove certain pesticides and bacteria from your fruit and veggies. Try one part vinegar to nine parts water and give your fresh produce a brief soak (not suitable for fragile fruits like berries)
Cleaning: Mix 1/2 cup of apple cider vinegar with 1 cup water. Use this disinfectant mixture to clean microwaves, bathroom tiles, kitchen surfaces, windows, glasses and mirrors
You may be wondering why the filtered Apple Cider Vinegar is preserved with sulphur dioxide when the cloudy ones aren’t. The preservative keeps the cloudy culture called the “mother” from growing back in order to keep it clear. “The Mother” is a collection of enzymes, protein strands and friendly bacteria that some people feel contribute to ACV’s great health benefits, it’s still contains lots of goodness for you filtered though, just easier to use for all sorts of applications where you might not want the cloudy sediment.
Cider vinegar, sulphur dioxide