Coconut trees are deep rooted and absorb the soils rich mineral content and the same is preserved in the sap water which is fermented into our coconut vinegar. Coconut vinegar is abundant in potassium, broad spectrum vitamin B, vitamin C, and various amino acids. Largely due to its high mineral content, coconut vinegar works as a natural tonic in preserving the body’s health and helping prevent various diseases related to ageing.
Our coconut vinegar is handmade in wonderfully small batches. We keep the CV RAW (we do not distill it) and hence it is alive with natural enzymes and wholesome goodness. Our CV contains strands of the Mother Culture which gives it a dusk and cloudy appearance. These strands are comprised of raw enzymes, protein molecules, and acetobacter – gut friendly bacteria.
Difference between CV & ACV
ACV has been popularly used as a daily health tonic to address various age-related health concerns. It is also used for hair and skin beauty therapy. However, recent publications suggest that raw CV has higher nutritional value as attributed to its deep rooted trees that grow along the coastline and thereby absorb the rich mineral content.
Natural fermented Coconut Vinegar contains
17 amino acids
Broad spectrum vitamin B
High in potassium
Natural vitamin C
Natural fermented Coconut Vinegar benefits
Helps with digestive health
Improves food flavouring
Blood pressure control
Helps with CVD
How to Use
You may mix 1-2 tablespoons of CV with 250ml of water, and sip during the day. You may consume this two to three times in the day.
You can also add CV to your favourite smoothie recipes.
CV is also an excellent preservative and works great in pickles, and other such items.
CV can also be added to regular food during cooking preparations to add a beautiful flavour to your dish.
Can I consume coconut vinegar with Daily Supergreens?
Since both products have alkalizing properties, you may consume both of them together.