The apple cider vinegar craze surfaced about 4 years ago and I was one of many to jump on the bandwagon (I must admit). I had no idea how powerful this liquid substance was to the body and many other things.
If you thought that you could only use apple cider vinegar for your collard greens or splashed on your fried fish, you are in for a rude awakening!
- Apples are a good source of pectin
- Pectin makes you feel fuller
- Stimulates digestion by reducing the amount of time that fat remains in the digestive tract
- Apples contain potassium and potassium helps to balance out the sodium in our body.
- Apple cider vinegar is anti-fungal, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory agent, which helps to gently exfoliate and balance the pH in our skin.
- ACV contains malic acid which is an anti-fungal and antibacterial agent, which is what helps to fight acne.
- The vitamin C found in apples will help fight wrinkles.
- ACV has a similar PH to our skins PH so it will help to balance out sebum production.
- Facial toner
- Apple cider vinegar removes clumpy residue and gunk in hair from product buildup.
- Natural detangler
- Brings PH levels in the hair back to normal
- Treats dandruff
- Promotes hair growth
- Prevents split ends
- Kills yeast & bacteria
- Prevents excessive sweating
- Pair with a essential oil for a fresh scent
If you haven’t already begun to research where you can go and purchase a bottle of apple cider vinegar TODAY.. you should jump on it! Most grocery stores carry the Braggs brand for a little over $5 bucks. This vinegar has become a staple in my household because of its endless uses. Although there are multiple brands of apple cider vinegar, I would go with Braggs or a brand that contains the “Mother”. The “Mother”, are the beneficial acids that make the vinegar good for your health.