Infused vinegars

Making a herbal vinegar is easy

Medicinal vinegars are mildly acidic and can be used as preservatives.

Internally

  • cooling
  • cleansing
  • mildly diuretic

Externally

  • antiseptic
  • cooling

Method

  1. Loosely fill jar with fresh or dried herbs.
  2. Cover with organic cider vinegar.
  3. Stand in a  window ledge.
  4. Shake occasionally.
  5. Strain and bottle.
  6. Label ( 12 months from bottling to expiry date).
  7. Store in a cool, dark place.
  8. Use with gay abandon, diluting one part herbal vinegar with three parts  filtered water.

Herbal vinegar suggestions

  • Rosemary – use in salads and marinades, as a dark hair rinse.
  • Parsley – hair rinse to help combat dandruff.
  • Thyme or sage  – mouth gargle and drink for sore throats, gum disease and coughs.
  • Thyme or lemon grass – use as douche (dilute one part vinegar to 10 parts filtered water) and wash for fungal infection and athlete’s foot (dilution 1:3).

 TIP

For soothing coughs, cutting phlegm and cooling children’s fevers, make the vinegar as above, but use organic blackberries or raspberries.

Dosage: 1-2 tsp in water with honey to taste. Drink freely

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