Ann Torrence wrote:Another use I discovered is to put it in a spray bottle (various recipes on the Interwebs) and spray stuff you don't want your puppy to chew. So far, it's helping with our new little ranch hand.
Michael Fern wrote: Please check the above link and let me know how much of this holds true. At the same time, I too will go through it.
Michael Fern wrote:Hi Karen,
Thanks for your quick reply on this. I'll surely recheck the facts stated here. But I found quite a few similar facts on a much bigger health site. Here's the link to that: http://www.healthline.com/nutrition/apple-cider-vinegar-side-effects
I also wanted to put out these side effects of ACV because of late everyone has jumped onto the bandwagon of ACV being this elixir which has many benefits including drastic weight loss.
Please check the above link and let me know how much of this holds true. At the same time, I too will go through it.
Tracy Wandling wrote:I just made some Fire Cider. It has to sit for a month, and then I'll strain it.
Fire Cider Recipe
1 lg horseradish root, about 7” long, scrubbed, grated
1 lg ginger root, about 7” long, grated
1 lg onion, chopped
1 lg orange, skin and all, chopped
1 lemon, skin and all, chopped
16 cloves of garlic, chopped
2-4 habanero peppers, stem removed, chopped
1 tbsp ground turmeric, or fresh turmeric, grated
raw apple cider vinegar
raw honey (add after straining, to taste)
Run quickly through a food processor, or just chop the orange, lemon, and peppers into small chunks. Add everything to 2 quart jars (or whatever jars you have). Pour enough vinegar to cover. Seal and store in cool dark place for 4 weeks. Strain and bottle. Take 1-2 tbsp daily, or use as salad dressing, in cooking, or in hot water.
Other things I added: parsley, rosemary, oregano
I'm really looking forward to trying it. I've had pre-made Fire Cider, but have never made my own. It packs a punch!