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Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic - Method

Apple Cider Vinegar Tonic with Honey or Molasses

You will need:

3dsp Apple Cider Vinegar
1tsp Honey or Blackstrap Molasses
1/2 -1 pint Purified Water
1/2 or pint Glass

Step 1:
Add one teaspoon of Honey / Blackstrap Molasses to a half or pint glass.

Step 2:
Add a small amount of hot water to the glass to dissolve the honey or molasses and stir well.


Step 3:
Fill the glass near to the top with cold purified water leaving enough room for the vinegar. This step is very important in protecting the benficial enzyme content from the heat.

Step 4:
Add three desertspoons of ACV to the mixture, ensuring that the water is not hot.

Step 5:

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2011-08-22 18:20:49
hi, i read that the tonic formula is made with 1 or 2 teaspoon(1 tsp. = 5ml) of ACV in 1 cup of water... not desertspoons...
2011-10-04 14:36:16
as you can see from the images it is clearly a teaspoon not a desert spoon
Robert Rayworth
2012-05-29 18:23:39
I have ordered a 5 ltr container of acv, would I be able to make up bottles of tonic for future use rather than making tonic daily
2013-03-30 14:47:47
Hi. As for the teaspoon/desertspoon, the images it is clear that a teaspoon is used to measure the honey/molasses, and the desertspoon to measure the water!
2013-03-30 14:53:43
Re my entry - 2013-03-30; 14:47:47. Sorry... little mistake... the desertspoon is to measure the ACV to the mixture!
pam mcowen
2013-07-01 20:44:39
hello, I have recently found a bottle of your ACV at the back of a cupboard, it was sent to me by a young man sadly whose name I forget, who is a member of your family. He and his girlfriend stayed at my house for BandB at Porthcothan Bay nr Padstow a good few years ago, we discussed my dog's arthritis and he said your ACV would help her and he sent me some, ahha I vaguely remember they were calling at the Eden project on the way home. Anyway I digress, my story is that I discovered a wonderful shampoo and conditioner when I was in Oz last year.The shampoo is totally natural, contains no harsh chemicals or anything that could possibly hurt my sensitive skin, but because of its gentleness it does not really completely clear the residue of the conditioner, so after two or three wash/condition it is recommended that a rinse of ACV is used. I have used all sorts of supermarket ACV and on every single occasion it made my eyes sting, smart and go very red, it also attacked any skin damage on my hands. I was unsure how to proceed, then I found the bottle of your ACV and decided to give it a go, half a mug full was sufficient to coat my hair, and nothing atall stung my skin or my eyes.
I am sure this a bit of a sacriligeous use for your wonderful product but you have no idea how happy I am with the result of using it, and I shall now continue to do so, as well as reverting to a glass of tonic each day and a splodge in my dog's dinner as well.
thank you Pam
2013-07-11 18:21:38
Hi is ACV and blackstrap molasses good for Fibroids? and as a mixture?

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