Apple cider vinegar is made of ferminting apples. As the name indicates, it is vinegar. But this is different from the crystal clear vinegar generally sold in the supermarket.
The one sold in the supermarket which so clear and appealing is actually highly processed and devoid of most of the useful ingredients. It is filtered so much that it loses its nutritional benefits.
On other hand apple cider vinegar made of fermented apples is raw, natural, unprocessed and unfiltered.
As ACV is in unfiltered and unprocessed, it looks ugly compared to the crystal clear sold in the supermarket. However, it is choc full of micro nutrients and is extremely benefical for health. The raw, unfiltered, unprocessed and organic apple cider vinegar contains an ingredient called mother.
It has several benefits such as:
- Stops bleeding
- Relieves swelling
- Cures phlem
- Treats skin burns
- Treats ulcers
- Detoxifies the body
- You can also add a bit of it to your natural air freshner.
So what about adding Apple Cider Vinegar to Your Bath?
Adding a little bit of apple cider vinegar to your bath is a great way to reap its huge benefits. For instance, adding it to your bath helps to brighten the darker areas on the skin. It also makes the skin soft and removes dead cells.
Adding apple cider vinegar to your bath will also help to reduce stretch marks and cellulite naturally. It soothes the body muscles and relieves stress and anexity.
So, next time try a bit of it in your bath water.
Remember that the unprocessed and raw ACV has a very strong smell. So make sure you only put a small amount of it. You may also add natural rose water or any other essential oil of your choice to reduce the bad smell effect.