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apple cider vinegar is made using whole, table grade, certified organic apples, especially made for waihi bush organic farm by CoralTree.   The vinegar is high quality, unrefined and contains no toxic substances or cholesterol.   It is cold processed and packaged in black HDPE which help maintain the fresh taste that is synonymous with waihi bush organic farm products.

Our apple cider vinegar is made the old fashioned way using whole, table grade, certified organic apples. Our blend contains the amazing ‘Mother of Vinegar’ which is a naturally occurring culture containing beneficial bacteria to bring optimum benefits for your health.

Features of apple cider vinegar

  • apple cider vinegar is 100% pure New Zealand organic apples that have been made into this stunning vinegar for you to enjoy
  • apple cider vinegar contains the ‘mother’ which is a naturally occurring culture containing beneficial bacteria
  • Gluten free so can be enjoyed by those that suffer from Coeliac Disease
  • apple cider vinegar also contains pectin, trace elements (including potassium) and active enzymes.
  • apple cider vinegar is packaged in recyclable, BPA free, black HDPE plastic under an inert gas blanket to further protect it against light and oxygen

Advantages of choosing apple cider vinegar:

  • apple cider vinegar can be used by the entire family to enrich sauces, dressings, use it in marinades and pickling recipes, try in baking as a leavening agent or as an acid-alkaline balancer and digestive aid
  • After harvest the apples are pressed, then this nutritious vinegar is aged for a year in oak barrels producing the exquisite flavour and aroma synonymous with this product. Pectin in the vinegar is a fibre which helps reduce bad cholesterol and helps in regulating blood pressure.
  • apple cider vinegar helps extract calcium from the fruits, vegetables and meat it is mixed with, helping the process of maintaining strong bones.
  • Potassium in the vinegar helps in eliminating toxic waste from the body.
  • apple cider vinegar can aid conditions such as hair loss, weak finger nails, brittle teeth and sinusitis

Benefits of having apple cider vinegar in your diet:

  • Vinegar has been used as a health tonic for hundreds of years and many books have been written about the beneficial effect of apple cider vinegar on arthritis, weight reduction, stomach upsets, indigestion, improving memory and helping us to live longer, more active, healthier lives.
  • apple cider vinegar contains pectin, beta carotene, and potassium from the apple. It also assists in the development of healthy protein in the body and is full of enzymes and amino acids which are formed during the fermentation process.
  • Recent research by Dr. Yoshio Takino, of Shizuka University in Japan, has proven that vinegar helps to maintain good health and slow down aging by helping to prevent the formation of two fatty peroxides which are responsible for aging and ill health.

Dr. Takino's research shows that vinegar destroys free radicals which are a major factor in the aging and mutation of tissue and that vinegar helps to break down the cholesterol formations which build up on blood vessel walls.

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26 Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar

This Apple Cider Vinegar is packed full of good for you like iron, calcium, and potassium that may help keep the germs in our bodies under control. It can also add flavor to your dishes and freshness to all corners of your house.

1. Mix up a non-toxic, all-purpose cleaner.
 Just mix one part apple cider vinegar with one part water, filter that into a spray bottle, and get to work. 

2. Stamp out the smell in any room.
To knock out smoky smells in particular, pour the apple cider vinegar into a shallow bowl and place it where the odor is strongest . Leave it out for as long as it takes for the smell to vanish.

3. Make your garden grow—without a single weed.
It can be used as fertilizer (particularly on plants that love acids, like blueberry bushes) and also as a weed killer. Pour it directly onweed infested areas , and mix 10 ounces ofApple Cider Vinegar (with a five percent acidity) with 10 gallons of water to fertilize soil. 

4. Keep pets flea-free.
When you need to keep fleas away from your pets, turn to apple cider vinegar for the solution. Dilute it with water (one part of each) and rub the mixture into their fur and work it into their skin to repel those pests.  

5. Do away with dandruff.
With apple cider vinegar, it’s possible. Rinsing your strands can actually stop dandruff by changing the PH of your scalp (which halts yeast growth, one of the main dandruff culprits). Plus, it gets rid ofgreasiness, itchiness, and irration.    Try combining a tablespoon or two in a glass of water and rinsing your hair with the mixture while you’re in the shower. To really target dandruff, combine a quarter cup apple cider vinegar with a quarter cup water, pour it into a spray bottle, apply the mixture to your scalp, and leave it on for up to an hour before rinsing.

6. Improve your complexion.
Use it as an astringent (just dilute it and apply it to your face), or use it as a spot treatment to target blemishes. 

7. Swap out your deodorant. 
Just as it can freshen up your bathroom, apple cider vinegar can also help keep B.O. at bay. Simply swipe some of it in your underarm area to fight odour casuing bacteria. And don’t worry: The vinegar smell evaporates.

8. Get rid of warts.
Your plan of action: Douse a cotton ball in the vinegar and secure it to the affected area overnight.

9. Relieve burnt skin. 
 Add about a cup of the good stuff to your bath water to help soothe the burn.

10. Fade  bruises.
Fade the purplish-bluish hues by smoothing on some apple cider vinegar—its anti-inflammatory properities help minimize the painful-looking tint.

11. Whiten your teeth.
As it turns out, working it into your teeth and then rinsing may lead to a whiter grin. You can also try using it as a mouthwash- dentists suggest combining two parts water to one part ACVand swishing it around for about a minute.

12. Banish bad breath.
How? It’s thought to kill the bacteria that cause odor—just gargle with it or sip a teaspoon to reap the fresh breath benefits.

13. Deodorize your feet.
Through its ability to balance the PH of your skin. By doing so, it worksagainst the bacteria that are responsible for that less-than-pleasant foot odor. Splash some ACV onto a paper towel or baby wipes and wipe those toes down.

14. Treat your skin after shaving.
Diluted with water (you’ll want to do one part apple cider vinegar and one part water), this solution can help soothe your skin. And remember: the smell of this natural aftershave will dissipate with a little time!

15. Mix up condiments (vinaigrettes, sauces, and marinades).
It’s an excellent ingredient to liven up vinaigettes, sauces and marindades. 

16. Make your own tasty juice. 
While drinking apple cider vinegar in general is linked to a range of health benefits, you can also create your own concoctions.. After all, why swallow it solo when you can pair it with much more palatable ingredients, like grape juice or honey.

17. Add a punch of flavor to soups. 
Apple cider vinegar can also add just the right punch of flavor to soups. Try adding it in a veggie soup.

18. Boost your baking game.
It can help give batters a lift. And because its mild flavor is undectable in sweets, it’s an especially good option for those homemade treats.

19. Soothe an upset stomach.
When your stomach is feeling less than well (i.e. you’re constipated, have food poisoning, are bloated, etc.), drinking an apple cider vinegar and water mixture may help set it straight, thanks to the antibacterial and antiviral properties found in ACV.

20. Help relieve muscle soreness.
Some suggest that acetic acid, a component in apple cider vinegar, can soothe sore muscles when applied topically. While science doesn’t necessarily back this up, we’d say it’s definitely worth using this over regular lotion (or Tiger Balm!) when our muscles are screaming for a rubdown.

21. Stop the itch, stat.
Whether your scratching is due to a bug bite,or even a sting, apple cider vinegar can help with these painful and uncomfortable side effects. Just apply the solution directly to your itchy area, and let ACV take you to an “Ahhh” moment of relief.

22. Help prevent diabetes. 
Ingesting apple cider vinegar might be another small step to keeping well . Research suggest sipping ACV helps improve insulin sensitivity (particularly in those who are insulin-resistant), which, in turn, may delay or prevent typ 2 diabetes.

23. Soothe a sore throat.
Mix a quarter cup of ACV with the same amount of warm water and get your gargle on. Doing so creates an acidic environment that may stop the icky cold-causing germs from thriving in your throat. Another mix: warm water, ACV, cayenne pepper, and honey. 

24. Clear your sinuses.
Clear your sinuses—and get ready to breathe easier—by sipping on a home remedy of water and ACV. Just as it helps fight sore throat causing germs, it may also stop bacteria from growing in your sinuses. Plus, its potassium content could help thin all that lovely mucus that’s made itself at home in your nose.

25. Detox, detox, detox
Adding in a splash or two of apple cider vinegar to your meals may improve lymph circulation (which can help build immunity and fight disease).

26. Feel more energized.
If you’re hitting a slump, try mixing up a natural booster—one that includes apple cider vinegar, which contains potassium and enzymes. Those health boosters may help rocket you into a higher gear. Try simply mixing it together with water (2 teaspoons ACV per 2 cups of water), and add some honey if you want a little hint of sweetnes