Ancient healers knew thousands of years ago -- that vinegar is the wonder elixir for a healthier life. Since ancient times a daily dose of apple cider vinegar has been taken to control appetite and maintain well-being. Even Japan’s feared Samurai warriors of years ago relied on a vinegar tonic for strength and power. A tonic you can make in your kitchen.
Today, countless reports and scientific studies praise the curative and preventive powers of vinegar as part of our daily diet. Scientific tests show organic vinegar is a natural storehouse of vitamins and minerals, including beta carotene -- over 93 different components -- to fight what ails you. More than 70 different research studies have verified that beta carotene lowers the risk of getting cancer and it boosts the body’s immune system. When fresh apples are allowed to ferment organically, the result is a vinegar that contains natural sediment with pectin, trace minerals, beneficial bacteria and enzymes. And pectin helps your body reduce cholesterol levels to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Improve your metabolism • Aid digestion • Help lower cholesterol • Uses for middle ear problems • Condition problem skin • Fight age and liver spots • Gain soft, radiant skin • Amazing hair treatments • Relieve nighttime leg cramps • Soothe sprained muscles • Fight osteoporosis with calcium • Help headaches fade away • Corn and callus relief • Aid to maintain health • Skin rashes, athlete’s foot • Relieve insect bites • Remedy for urinary problems • Use for coughs, colds • Destroy bacteria in foods • Heart and circulatory problems • Fight high blood pressure You’ll know how grandma’s recipe for her famous pie crust depends on a spoonful of apple cider vinegar. How a combination of vinegar and fruit juices relieves arthritis symptoms and other aches and pains. Try a delicious low calorie, calcium-and-iron rich chicken soup and vinegar recipe. Combine your favorite herbs with vinegar to create tenderizers, mild laxatives, mouth washes, tension relievers, and mouthwatering tasty salad dressings and more. Of course, we all know the cleaning power of vinegar.