Apple Cider Vinegar Gummies (60ct)
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About this product
Maju’s USA-crafted ACV Gummies are made with 100% real apples, beetroot, and pomegranate. They’re as delicious as they are good for you! Raw, unfiltered, Non-GMO, gluten-free, and dye free, our vegan friendly formula is packed with Vitamin B12 and B9 which can help improve your mood, metabolism and so much more.
Enjoy the benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar without the downside of drinking it. These gummies are a potent, effective, and delicious way to take ACV.
Health Benefits of ACV*
- Appetite & Metabolism Support
- Immunity Boosting
- May Aid Weight Loss
- Increased Energy
- Clear & Healthy Skin
How To Take:
Take 2-6 gummies per day, with or without food.
What is Apple Cider Vinegar?
Apple Cider Vinegar is the fermented juice from crushed apples. This fermentation process produces acetic acid, which is one of the main active ingredients in vinegar – it’s also believed to be responsible for ACV’s touted health benefits.
Here’s how we make ours:
First, we crush apples into a liquid. Next, we introduce yeast and bacteria.
Then, we wait for the mixture to turn into alcohol.
Then, we wait for the alcohol to transform into vinegar.
At last, we take the resulting strong, potent vinegar and turn it into a tasty Maju gummy.
The “Mother”: The dark, cloudy sediment you usually see in a bottle. This sediment consists of acetic acid, yeast, and bacteria. Some say the beneficial properties from apple cider vinegar are contained in this murky goodness.
A Short History:
Around 2500BC, an ancient nomadic tribe called the Aryans developed a soured apple wine, the forerunner of apple cider. The name ‘cider’ is rooted in the Phoenician ‘shekar’ meaning wine or strong drink. So from the Babylonians to the Aryans to the Phoenicians, the soured apple wine recipe was passed to the Greeks and Romans and people started developing apple cider vinegar as a by-product to their soured apple wines (Rose, 2006).
Apple cider vinegar has been used medicinally for thousands of years. Historically it has been used for a variety of ailments, including mushroom poisoning, dandruff and toothache. It was used in the US Civil War and World War I to treat wounds on the battlefield. Japanese Samurai warriors were said to drink it for strength and power. A dilution of apple cider vinegar was drunk by Ancient Persians to prevent the accumulation of fatty tissue in the body, while the Romans used fire and vinegar to break through rocks when conquering the Alps (Rose, 2006).
Vinegar has been used to preserve food for thousands of years and is still used nowadays as a very versatile cleaning product. In short, there are historical records showing a myriad of uses for apple cider vinegar from all over the world (Rose, 2006).