True Elements Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother of Vinegar

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Our Price : Rs. 450.00

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Organic & Unfiltered Vinegar

Estimated Shelf Life : 12 Months

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True Elements Apple Cider Vinegar with Mother of Vinegar  is  not just essentially used  for  for salads and marinadesfor salads and marinades. It is capable of so much more outside the world of cooking. Research studies show that it has now been touted as a superfluid that is effective on pretty much everything – your body, your skin, your hair and even your pets. It is also an ancient folk remedy, claimed to help with all sorts of health problems. True Elements Apple Cider Vinegar is made from certified apples with exceptional quality and flavour. It is unpasteurized and unfiltered in order to  maintain its nutritional value. The natural sediment visible in the bottle is the true sign of raw and unfiltered vinegar.

Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar:

  1. Internal Benefits:
  • Lowers blood sugar levels, useful for diabetics.
  • Helps in reducing appetite and cravings.
  • Lowers bad cholesterol levels and improves heart health.
  • Helps in reducing weight.
  • Balances digestive system.
  • Soothes a sore throat.
  • Helps balance the entire inner body system.
  • Helps in detoxification.
  • Being acidic in nature, ACV works to balance the body by dissolving the crystals that form kidney stones. Hence, a great home remedy in curing kidney stones.
  • External (Skin & Hair) benefits:
  • Removes stains from teeth.
  • Soothes sunburnt skin.
  • It can be used as a natural aftershave.
  • Removes dandruff naturally and promotes glossy tresses.
  • Tones and clears the skin.
  • Eliminates foot odour.
  • Removes warts and candida.

Ingredients: Fresh apples.

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