Although shots of Patrón, Jim Beam, or a Duck Fart may temporarily ease woes and allow one to step out onto the dance floor (mind you I have never tried the Duck Fart, so I would not test that one on a dancing night), they are most likely not as healthy as a shot of raw organic apple cider vinegar.
As a part of my daily routine to preserve myself, I take a shot of this stuff, chased by another concoction, a green drink. Apple cider vinegar has been around for a long time – it is completely natural, and one can even make it for their own consumption.
The history of vinegar as a good food with medicinal properties dates back a long time (a very reliable source of research versus our current pharmaceutical approach).
“It is amongst the oldest of foods and medicines know to man. For its healing ways, vinegar has been used for thousands of years. In 400 B.C, Hypocrites, known as the father of medicine, treated patients with vinegar, making it one of the world’s first medicines. Throughout biblical times, vinegar was successfully used to treat infections and wounds. For centuries medical textbooks have listed various ways to use vinegar. These uses include everything from keeping a sharp mind to purifying the waters of the body and to easing pain and alleviating dozens of other ailments” .
Although vinegar is acidic (and that is noticeable because of the amazing burning sensation as it caresses down one’s esophagus), it has been shown that it actually causes people’s pH levels to become more alkaline. The more alkaline your body is, the less chance there is for disease to subsist or proliferate.
There are numerous other benefits, and a simple Google search will allow one to find copious amounts of information about raw organic apple cider vinegar. I highly urge you spending time doing this versus Googling “Duck Fart”.
Another great resource – http://www.globalhealingcenter.com/apple-cider-vinegar.html.
Categories: Super Foods