Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml
Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml
Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml
Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml
Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml

Dr. Patkar's Sweet ACV-200ml

 

Dr. Patkar’s Sweet ACV is made by crushing fresh, organically grown apples after allowing them to mature in wooden barrels. When the vinegar matures, it contains a dark, cloudy, web-like bacterial foam called the Mother. This is the sign that the friendly enzymes and bacteria that promote healing have not been removed.

ACV is sweetened with Stevia (Natural Sugar with Zero calorie) to make it tasty & tangy.ACV is acidic in nature, but when consumed it has an alkaline effect on our body. Acetic acid in vinegar has the ability to kill “bad” bacteria and at the same time, foster the growth of beneficial “good” bacteria. Because acetic acid kills unwanted bacteria when it comes into contact with it, it essentially acts as a natural antibiotic.This means Apple Cider Vinegar naturally provides numerous benefits related to skin, digestion and immunity health without any side effects. 

Benefits of ACV:

  • Helps Digestion, relieves in Acidity & Gas
  • Alkalizes The Body • Helps with Constipation
  • Helps dissolving Kidney & Gall Bladder Stones

Dosage of Apple Cider Vinegar:
3Tsp.(15ml) in a glass of water ½ before breakfast. 3 Tsp. (15ml) in a glass of water ½ before Lunch.( carry diluted bottle(plastic is ok) if you are in office) 3 Tsp.(15ml) in a glass of water ½ before Dinner

Rs. 265.00

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