Ways to use Organic Apple Cider Vinegar, Citrus Seed Extract and Hydrogen Peroxide for Parasite and Pesticide residue Removal
By soaking your raw produce in a mild solution of organic apple cider vinegar
you can remove parasites, pesticide residues and other undesirable bacteria.
Use a 1/4 cup of vinegar per sink full of water and soak produce for 15 minutes.
The vinegar is made from the juices of fresh whole organic apples. It is known for its amazing cleansing, healing and energising qualities. It can be found at most local stores. Ensure it is raw, unfiltered, unheated, and unpasturised.
Citrus Seed Extract
Citrus seed extract is an extremely potent natural antibiotic. It is derived primarily from the seeds of grapefruit.
It has been found to inhibit bacteria viruses and fungi. It is used for many internal and external problems in the body. Adding a few drops of the extract to water for soaking produce removes parasites and pesticides.
Hydrogen peroxide (HP) also removes parasites and de-natures the poison sprays found on non-organic food more effectively than vinegar. The flipside to this is its more expensive and not as widely available.
3% HP is the recommended concentration (not food grade hydrogen peroxide).
Use a 1/4 cup of 3% HP per sink full of water and soak produce for 20 minutes. An even quicker method is to spray 3% HP on produce, wait a minute and then rinse.
Of the three choices above I personally recommend organic apple cider vinegar as I use it when cooking and in salad dressings.
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