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I read your blog on a regular basis and have tried many of the things you’ve talked about. I am today on a quest to know more about Apple Cider Vinegar.
We stayed in one of your Bettina homes and they had a bottle of Organic Apple Cider Vinegar in the bathroom with a rag next to it. I wasn’t sure what that was for and I kept meaning to ask the family and kept forgetting because I had too much on my plate at the time.
Did I miss something really good? That is the first time I’ve seen vinegar in the bathroom. What I would like to know is why was it in the bathroom?
What is the difference between it and white vinegar? I’ve switched to Apple Cider Vinegar from the anti-perspirant I used to use, thanks to you, and it is great. I feel so clean when I splash a little of it under my arms before going out.
When I first started reading your blog, I have to say I was a bit skeptical with some of what you talked about. I haven’t yet tried Vitamin A on my face, although I bought a bottle and want to try it when I am not going anyplace that day because I am a little worried about smelling ‘fishy’. I’ve seen in other places where that is considered one of the gold standards for wrinkles so you know I am going to try that soon also. But today, please write more about Apple Cider Vinegar – and does it have to be organic? and there are several brands on the market which say different things. One says it has the “mother”. Another is distilled – another pasteurized, etc.
Thanks! Hope I am not going to far asking for too much, but if you start with why I encountered the vinegar in the bathroom I would much appreciate it.
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