Vinegar and Honey Spice Up The Salad, and May Ease The Symptoms of Chronic Lyme Disease

It is true that today’s most celebrated salads frequently borrow the flavor of oils, honey and vinegar.  But not the type of health foods we are talking about here. First of all, apple cider vinegar is a folk medicine cure used for hundreds of years.

It is true that today’s most celebrated salads frequently borrow the flavor of oils, honey and vinegar.  But not the type of health foods we are talking about here.

First of all, apple cider vinegar is a folk medicine cure used for hundreds of years.

It is made by fermenting apple juice and acts as an antiseptic, and antibiotic that can actually kill the bacteria that

causes Lyme disease early in the infection. Apple cider vinegar has also been used to treat acid reflux, arthritis, diabetes, and high blood pressure. (Note: Apple cider vinegar can irritate ulcers or heartburn.)

This is how it has been suggested to take apple cider vinegar for Lyme disease:

Use organic and unfiltered apple cider vinegar if possible (SEE BELOW), because it will not contain remnants of pesticides from sprayed apples. Mix one to three teaspoons of apple cider vinegar into an

eight-ounce cup of water. This can be sweetened with honey to taste. Drink before a meal three times a day. Use room temperature water, or hot water, which makes the drink taste like a tangy tea.

Honey has amazing benefits but any discussion about it falls for the most part on deaf ears because honey is considered a sugar and sugar is evil.  Pure non-poisoned honey is much more beneficial than harmful unless you consume mass-produced plastic honey. The bees pollinating the clover or flowers nearby will

contaminate their own honey if the nearby crops are fertilized.  So essentially, to get pure honey, you need to get it from a non-commercial area where the bees can pollinate pure flowers.

Not only do we need to worry about ingesting yet more poison into our bodies due to geographically undesirable bees – as we search for another cure from Mother Earth, but we have to be extremely astute when evaluating the processing and genetic modification.

Manuka Honey from New Zealand is without

equal, and a company that packages it called Wedderspoon also sells through Amazon.

The company guarantees that all Wedderspoon Manuka honeys are not Genetically Modified, are antibiotic free, unpasteurized, have not be industrially blended with any other honeys and each batch can be traced directly back to the beekeeper.

There are different strengths and varieties so I will tell you what I favor is the strongest,

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