Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
Because sugar molecules in honey can convert into other sugars (e.g. fructose to glucose), honey is easily digested by the most sensitive stomachs, despite its high acid content. It helps kidneys and intestines to function better. There for honey is beneficial for maintaining a healthy digestive system as well as combating illnesses such as constipation.
- 1 tablespoon honey
- 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar
- 1 tablespoon water, to dilute, to taste (optional)
- Mix honey with apple cider vinegar.
- dilute to taste with water.
Considering the weather outside I had this in a mug of warm water. I used organic apple cider vinegar and creamed honey. The one star review has no warrant. It doesn't taste like tea. I do notice my skin doesn't look as good in the pores on my face when I consume apple cider vinegar (I have only ever used organic). I am trying to figure out why. Made for Veggie Swap 31 ~ February 2011.
For more than 25 years I've sipped a concoction very similiar to this one. My father taught me that the apple cider vinegar would balance out my body's PH factor, creating a healthy immune system. I've used it and given it to my kids whenever we were feeling under the weather. sometimes a clue to being out of balance is a slight "furry" feeling on your teeth. Now, Rita, you are telling me that it's also the honey in the drink that is so good for me. Looks like I'll be making this more often and enjoying it even more. I usually add the honey and vinegar to a cup of hot water and sip it like tea. It's really good. Thanks so much Rita for educating us and providing so many recipes that help us take care of our bodies.
I am giving this 5 stars based soley on the fact that it was nowhere near as terrible as I assumed it would be lol. It actually tasted good! If it helps my IBS at all then it deserves 10 stars since nothing else seems to. The honey greatly masks the bitterness of the vinegar, but be prepared for a bit of a zing! Definately a sipper!