Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Drink

apple cider vinegar detox drinkI have a confession to make! Recently, I have been loving (and by loving, I mean completely addicted to) these Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar & Cinnamon Detox Drinks. I was buying them all the time- close to daily for a while! But then, I discovered how to make an apple cider vinegar detox drink on my own something similar on my own! I’m excited to share it with you all as apple cider vinegar has many health benefits, and many of us are looking for new ways to put it into our diets.

Why drink apple cider vinegar to detox?

Apple cider vinegar is one of the best kept secrets in the fitness world. In its raw unfiltered form with the “mother” still in it, it is full of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. It has such a large number of health benefits from clear skin to weight loss that you may find that you feel amazing by adding it to your diet and giving your body a frequent detox.

Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

Raw apple cider vinegar has been used for centuries as a form of natural medicine and detoxification. Some of many health benefits of Raw Apple Cider Vinegar include:

  • Detoxifying the liver and body
  • Aiding in weight-loss
  • Breaking up mucus in the body and sinuses
  • Helping treat skin problems like acne (you can apply topically as well… I mix apple cider vinegar with this clay face mask!)
  • Curing candida / yeast overgrowth which can be blamed for fatigue, sugar cravings and yeast infections
  • Strengthening stomach acid and relieving heartburn
  • Reducing glucose levels in blood
  • Aiding in digestion
  • A miracle health system

So overall, it is a great thing to keep around your house and incorporate into your diet, or even your skin care routine like I do. If you are in need of a recipe to get it down, this one will not disappoint.

Apple Cider Vinegar Detox Drink Recipe

apple cider vinegar detox drink



Add 1 tsp – 2 tbsp unfiltered Raw Organic Apple Cider Vinegar. Top with water. Add 5 drops or so of Nunaturals Lemon Stevia to taste. Is best over ice. Enjoy!



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I am an aspiring homesteader on a journey to become self-sustainable and free. In my past, I've worked corporate jobs to make ends meet and get ahead a little; it didn't make me happy or confident in my future. Since taking the leap to self-employment and living a more simple life, my happiness levels have increased greatly and I've never felt more alive. I finally understand what I want in life and how to get there, and that is what this blog is all about.

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  1. Kelly says

    Yes, the apple cider can do so many wonderful things but I am not sure your recipe includes adequate water. Please re-check the recommended vinegar-to-water ratio. The vinegar is an acid and drinking less than 10 parts water per 1 part apple cider vinegar can cause permanent damage to the esophagus.

    • Alyssa says

      Thanks for the comment Kelly! I don’t see a clear answer anywhere, but it looks like other recipes out there call for 1 tsp to 2 tbsp in a glass of water. I will amend my recipe as I was probably over-doing it a little and would rather be on the side of safety, especially if anyone tries my recipe. I do know people that drink it in a stronger ratio than 1:10 and don’t complain of esophagus damage, unless maybe the damage happens slowly after a long period of time of time. Again, it’s probably best to play it safe so thanks again.

  2. Tabitha says

    Great recipe, thank you! How often do you drink this? Just once a day or several when you are sick. We have a house full of sickness so looking to kick it out with this remedy. :)

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