USDA Organic StBotanica Apple Cider Vinegar
It's no wonder you might have heard the words 'apple cider vinegar (ACV) so often, given that it can multitask with the best of us. But you may not be sure what to look for, or how to fit it into your day-to-day. No worries - we’ll give you the straight goods on this long-trusted staple. Our ACV is naturally fermented from organically grown apples. It’s great as a digestive pick-me-up, in your favourite dishes, as a household cleaner, or for hair care.
Use in a simple morning tonic or tea
Many people mix ACV into a tonic or tea first thing in the morning or before each meal, for digestion or general wellness. Mix 1 tablespoon of ACV into a cup of warm water (some like to add a teaspoon of honey, too), or mix 1-2 teaspoons of ACV into a glass of cold water or juice. It’s important to dilute it this way; we don’t recommend drinking undiluted ACV.
Drizzle a little on your favourite foods
Reach for ACV instead of white or balsamic vinegar for your next salad dressing (use 1 part ACV to 3 parts oil), add to sauces and marinades for some tang, or drizzle on cooked greens. It’s also great in coleslaw or gazpacho, and hearty fall and winter soups and dishes.
Try it on your hair
Many use ACV as a hair rinse or a leave-in conditioner, as it can make your hair super silky, and work wonders on dry, itchy scalps and frayed ends. Just wash your hair, then massage diluted ACV into your roots, scalp, and all the way through your hair. Leave it in for a half-hour a few times a week.
Make a natural household cleaner
Mix one part ACV with one part water for a non-toxic, all-purpose household cleaner (it can help keep little household crawlies at bay).
- Usda certified organic StBotanica raw apple cider vinegar is pure, unfiltered, unheated, unpasteurized and 5 per cent acidic and contains the amazing mother of vinegar
- Simply made - to make sure you get the fresh flavour and rich colour, our non-GMO ACV is fermented from fresh apple juice (not concentrate), and no heat or harsh chemicals are used throughout the process
- Opt for raw, unfiltered and organic ACV with the mother still intact as this type of ACV provides the most apple cider vinegar benefits. Malic acid- is responsible for its antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal effects. Acetic acid- slows down the digestion of starch, thereby helping in blood sugar management.
- As hardworking as you are - whether as a tangy salad dressing swap-in, quick digestive tonic, natural household cleaner or easy hair rinse, fans grab ACV for its alkalizing potential and up-for-anything usefulness