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Organic Apple Cider pure raw unfiltered unpasteurized Vinegar Healtly and saludable

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ECOVINAL Organic Apple Cider Vinegar Gallon is made from delicious, healthy, organically grown apples. Apple Cider Vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history. In 400 B.C. the great Hippocrates, Father of Medicine, used it for its amazing health qualities and now you can enjoy it on a daily basis! Processed and bottled in accordance with EU & USDA Organic guidelines, it is Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers .ECOVINAL Organic Raw Apple Cider Vinegar is full of zesty natural goodness. It’s a wholesome way to add delicious flavor to salads, veggies, most foods, and even sprinkle over popcorn.

Apple cider vinegar helps tummy troubles

For an upset stomach, sip some apple cider vinegar mixed with water. If a bacterial infection is at the root of your diarrhea, apple cider vinegar could help contain the problem, thanks to its antibiotic properties. What’s more, some folk remedy experts contend that apple cider vinegar contains pectin, which can help soothe intestinal spasms. Try mixing one or two tablespoons into water, or clear juice like apple juice.

Apple cider vinegar cures hiccups

Take a teaspoonful of apple cider vinegar; its sour taste could stop a hiccup in its tracks. One teen took the hiccup remedy further and created a lollipop that includes apple cider vinegar, which she says “cancels out the message to hiccup” by overstimulating the nerves in the throat responsible for the spasms.

Apple cider vinegar soothes a sore throat

As soon as you feel the prickle of a sore throat, employ germ-busting apple cider vinegar to help head off the infection at the pass. Turns out, most germs can’t survive in the acidic environment vinegar creates. Just mix 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar with 1/4 cup warm water and gargle every hour or so.

Apple cider vinegar prevents indigestion

Sip before eating, especially if you know you’re going to indulge in foods that will make you sorry later. Try this folk remedy: add 1 teaspoon of honey and 1 teaspoon apple cider vinegar to a glass of warm water and drink it 30 minutes before you dine.

Apple cider vinegar aids in weight loss

Apple cider vinegar can help you lose weight. Here’s why: The acetic acid suppresses your appetite, increases your metabolism, and reduces water retention. Scientists also theorize that apple cider vinegar interferes with the body’s digestion of starch, which means fewer calories enter the bloodstream.

Apple cider vinegar clears acne

Apple cider vinegar makes a great natural toner that can act as a natural home remedy for acne and leave skin looking healthier. Its antibacterial properties help keep acne under control, and the malic and lactic acids found in apple cider vinegar soften and exfoliate skin, reduce red spots, and balance the pH of your skin.
Apple cider vinegar cuts down on nighttime leg cramps
Leg cramps can often be a sign that you’re low in potassium. Since apple cider vinegar is high in it, one home remedy suggests mixing 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar and one teaspoon honey to a glass of warm water and drink to relieve nighttime leg cramps. Of course, by the time you walk to the kitchen to put the drink together, your cramp is likely to be history—but maybe that’s the point.

Apple cider vinegar whitens teeth

Gargle with apple cider vinegar in the morning. The vinegar helps remove stains, whiten teeth, and kill bacteria in your mouth and gums. Brush as usual after you gargle. You can also brush your teeth with baking soda once a week to help remove stains and whiten your teeth; use it just as you would toothpaste. You can also use salt as an alternative toothpaste. If your gums start to feel raw, switch to brushing with salt every other day.

Apple cider vinegar could lower cholesterol

More research is needed to definitively link apple cider vinegar and its capability to lower cholesterol in humans, but one 2006 study found that the acetic acid in the vinegar lowered bad cholesterol in rats. Also, a Japanese study found that half an ounce of apple cider vinegar a day lowered cholesterol in people who participated in the panel.

Apple cider vinegar clears a stuffy nose

Next time you’re stuffed up from a cold, grab the apple cider vinegar. It contains potassium, which thins mucus; and the acetic acid in it prevents germ growth, which could contribute to nasal congestion. Mix a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water and drink to help sinus drainage.

Apple cider vinegar gets rid of dandruff

On his website, Dr. Mehmet Oz recommends apple cider vinegar as a dandruff treatment. The acidity of apple cider vinegar changes the pH of your scalp, making it harder for yeast to grow. Mix 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar with 1/4 cup water in a spray bottle, and spritz on your scalp. Wrap your head in a towel and let sit for 15 minutes to an hour, then wash your hair as usual. Do this twice a week for best results.

 

Apple cider vinegar boosts energy

Exercise and sometimes extreme stress cause lactic acid to build up in the body, causing fatigue. Interestingly, the amino acids contained in apple cider vinegar act as an antidote. What’s more, apple cider vinegar contains potassium and enzymes that may relieve that tired feeling. Next time you’re beat, add a tablespoon or two of apple cider vinegar to a glass of chilled vegetable drink or to a glass of water to boost your energy.

Apple cider vinegar banishes bad breath

If proper brushing and mouthwash doesn’t do the trick, try the home remedy of using apple cider vinegar to control bad breath. Gargle with it, or drink a teaspoon (diluted with water if you prefer) to kill odor-causing bacteria.
Apple cider vinegar fades bruises
Apple cider vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties; dabbing or laying an apple cider vinegar compress on a bruise can help fade the discoloration.

Apple cider vinegar helps control blood sugar

A few swigs of apple cider vinegar could help keep your blood sugar levels balanced, according to several studies that have shown a link between the two. One study of people with type 2 diabetes who weren’t taking insulin found that taking two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar before bed resulted in lower glucose levels by morning. Another study at the Arizona State University found that insulin resistant people who drank a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water before eating a high carbohydrate meal had lower blood sugar afterward. Scientists think the antiglycemic effect of the acid is the key.

*This Vinegar is not a Medicine, and cannot be considered as substitute, this is just a dietetic complement that may help you

Organic Raspberry pure raw unfiltered unpasteurized Vinegar Healtly and saludable

“same properties as apple cider but with lovely Raspberry taste and flavour.”

 

ECOVINAL Organic Raspberry Vinegar Gallon is made from delicious, healthy, organically grown apples. Raspberry Vinegar has been highly regarded throughout history. In 400 B.C. the great Hippocrates, Father of Medicine, used it for its amazing health qualities and now you can enjoy it on a daily basis! Processed and bottled in accordance with EU & USDA Organic guidelines, it is Certified Organic by Organic Certifiers .ECOVINAL Organic Raw Raspberry Vinegar is full of zesty natural goodness. It’s a wholesome way to add delicious flavor to salads, veggies, most foods, and even sprinkle over popcorn.

Raspberry vinegar helps tummy troubles

For an upset stomach, sip some Raspberry vinegar mixed with water. If a bacterial infection is at the root of your diarrhea, Raspberry vinegar could help contain the problem, thanks to its antibiotic properties. What’s more, some folk remedy experts contend that Raspberry vinegar contains pectin, which can help soothe intestinal spasms. Try mixing one or two tablespoons into water, or clear juice like apple juice.

Raspberry vinegar cures hiccups

Take a teaspoonful of Raspberry vinegar; its sour taste could stop a hiccup in its tracks. One teen took the hiccup remedy further and created a lollipop that includes Raspberry vinegar, which she says “cancels out the message to hiccup” by overstimulating the nerves in the throat responsible for the spasms.

Raspberry vinegar soothes a sore throat

As soon as you feel the prickle of a sore throat, employ germ-busting Raspberry vinegar to help head off the infection at the pass. Turns out, most germs can’t survive in the acidic environment vinegar creates. Just mix 1/4 cup Raspberry vinegar with 1/4 cup warm water and gargle every hour or so.

Raspberry vinegar prevents indigestion

Sip before eating, especially if you know you’re going to indulge in foods that will make you sorry later. Try this folk remedy: add 1 teaspoon of honey and 1 teaspoon Raspberry vinegar to a glass of warm water and drink it 30 minutes before you dine.

Raspberry vinegar aids in weight loss

Raspberry vinegar can help you lose weight. Here’s why: The acetic acid suppresses your appetite, increases your metabolism, and reduces water retention. Scientists also theorize that Raspberry vinegar interferes with the body’s digestion of starch, which means fewer calories enter the bloodstream.

Raspberry vinegar clears acne

Raspberry vinegar makes a great natural toner that can act as a natural home remedy for acne and leave skin looking healthier. Its antibacterial properties help keep acne under control, and the malic and lactic acids found in Raspberry vinegar soften and exfoliate skin, reduce red spots, and balance the pH of your skin.
Raspberry vinegar cuts down on nighttime leg cramps
Leg cramps can often be a sign that you’re low in potassium. Since Raspberry vinegar is high in it, one home remedy suggests mixing 2 tablespoons Raspberry vinegar and one teaspoon honey to a glass of warm water and drink to relieve nighttime leg cramps. Of course, by the time you walk to the kitchen to put the drink together, your cramp is likely to be history—but maybe that’s the point.

Raspberry vinegar whitens teeth

Gargle with Raspberry vinegar in the morning. The vinegar helps remove stains, whiten teeth, and kill bacteria in your mouth and gums. Brush as usual after you gargle. You can also brush your teeth with baking soda once a week to help remove stains and whiten your teeth; use it just as you would toothpaste. You can also use salt as an alternative toothpaste. If your gums start to feel raw, switch to brushing with salt every other day.

Raspberry vinegar could lower cholesterol

More research is needed to definitively link Raspberry vinegar and its capability to lower cholesterol in humans, but one 2006 study found that the acetic acid in the vinegar lowered bad cholesterol in rats. Also, a Japanese study found that half an ounce of Raspberry vinegar a day lowered cholesterol in people who participated in the panel.

Raspberry vinegar clears a stuffy nose

Next time you’re stuffed up from a cold, grab the Raspberry vinegar. It contains potassium, which thins mucus; and the acetic acid in it prevents germ growth, which could contribute to nasal congestion. Mix a teaspoon of Raspberry vinegar in a glass of water and drink to help sinus drainage.

Raspberry vinegar gets rid of dandruff

On his website, Dr. Mehmet Oz recommends Raspberry vinegar as a dandruff treatment. The acidity of Raspberry vinegar changes the pH of your scalp, making it harder for yeast to grow. Mix 1/4 cup Raspberry vinegar with 1/4 cup water in a spray bottle, and spritz on your scalp. Wrap your head in a towel and let sit for 15 minutes to an hour, then wash your hair as usual. Do this twice a week for best results.

Raspberry vinegar boosts energy

Exercise and sometimes extreme stress cause lactic acid to build up in the body, causing fatigue. Interestingly, the amino acids contained in Raspberry vinegar act as an antidote. What’s more, Raspberry vinegar contains potassium and enzymes that may relieve that tired feeling. Next time you’re beat, add a tablespoon or two of Raspberry vinegar to a glass of chilled vegetable drink or to a glass of water to boost your energy.

Raspberry vinegar banishes bad breath

If proper brushing and mouthwash doesn’t do the trick, try the home remedy of using Raspberry vinegar to control bad breath. Gargle with it, or drink a teaspoon (diluted with water if you prefer) to kill odor-causing bacteria.
Raspberry vinegar fades bruises
Raspberry vinegar has anti-inflammatory properties; dabbing or laying an Raspberry vinegar compress on a bruise can help fade the discoloration.

Raspberry vinegar helps control blood sugar

A few swigs of Raspberry vinegar could help keep your blood sugar levels balanced, according to several studies that have shown a link between the two. One study of people with type 2 diabetes who weren’t taking insulin found that taking two tablespoons of Raspberry vinegar before bed resulted in lower glucose levels by morning. Another study at the Arizona State University found that insulin resistant people who drank a mixture of Raspberry vinegar and water before eating a high carbohydrate meal had lower blood sugar afterward. Scientists think the antiglycemic effect of the acid is the key.

*This Vinegar is not a Medicine, and cannot be considered as substitute, this is just a dietetic complement that may help you

Organic Pomegranate pure raw unfiltered unpasteurized Vinegar Healtly and saludable

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Both the seeds and the juice of pomegranates contain potassium, vitamins and three times the antioxidants of green tea. Although pomegranate supplements are available in dehydrated or freeze-dried form, it is by drinking the concentrated juice from the arils of the pomegranate used to make pomegranate vinegar that is a powerful way to profit from the pomegranate’s polyphenolic antioxidants and its numerous health benefits, such as lowering cholesterol and blood pressure.

May Lower Cholesterol

Thomas Behrenbeck, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic reports that while it is not clear whether pomegranate juice can lower cholesterol, it may block or slow cholesterol buildup in the arteries. It contains antioxidants, especially polyphenols, at higher levels than other fruit juices and it is the only fruit rich in all three major antioxidants: tannins, anthocyanins, and ellagic acid. Antioxidants are thought to reduce low-density lipoprotein or “bad” cholesterol and have a good effect on heart health. Nevertheless, check with your doctor before using pomegranate vinegar regularly.

May Lower Blood Pressure

In 2001 M. Aviram and L. Dornfeld published a study of the anti-atherosclerotic properties of pomegranate juice and found drinking it produced a significant reduction in systolic blood pressure. Partly because of the tannins and antioxidants it possesses, they concluded pomegranate juice can offer protection against cardiovascular diseases. It is also thought that the potassium in pomegranates helps lower blood pressure and improve blood flow by lessening the stiffness of arteries, although other studies are either nonexistent, inconclusive or restricted to animal subjects.

May Boost Memory and Mood

Pomegranate juice is rich is flavonoids believed to play a special role in protecting memory in the brain. Flavonoids are antioxidants and help control free radicals which can cause memory decline and mood disturbances, notably depression, in the aged. It is the deep red color that indicates the large quantity of flavonoids pomegranate vinegar possesses. Estrone, a natural form of estrogen, is also found in pomegranate juice. Studies have yet to show whether or not this ingredient could be an alternative to artificial hormone replacement therapy for menopausal women prone to mood swings. Although evidence is lacking in the actual benefit of pomegranates for healing memory and moods, the flavonoids they contain are generally believed to fight the effects of free radicals. Nevertheless, consult your doctor before ingesting pomegranate vinegar regularly.

May Slow Cancer Growth

Although there is no widespread evidence as yet to show that pomegranate juice can slow the growth of cancer in human beings, in test tubes it can hinder the reproduction of cancer cells. Tests on animals give some indication the juice can help reduce the amount of blood flowing to tumors, reducing them in size. In 2001, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology researchers headed by Dr. Ephraim Lansky published two studies that indicated pomegranate juice can trigger the self-destruction of breast cancer cells and can poison most breast cancer cells dependent on estrogen while not affecting normal breast cells. Pomegranates also may help fight prostrate cancer when used together with traditional therapies.

*This Vinegar is not a Medicine, and cannot be considered as substitute, this is just a dietetic complement that may help you

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