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And just in case you did not know, Americans  CBD Pure Hemp Oil Review spent a whopping $15 billion on herbs and supplements in 2007 (the latest statistics) but that only includes products tracked through health food stores, if you add non-traditional avenues such as grocery store and drug stores, etc., it's estimated that the herbal market is growing by a whopping 79.5 percent per year! On that note, one more piece of advice is essential - never buy your herbals product from a grocery store or drug store - the brand quality is terrible and you will waste your money.

Did you know that vinegar not only has healing properties but also a long and illustrious history dating back as far as 3000 B.C.? Ancient Egyptians kept vinegar in urns; Hippocrates, "the father of medicine," used it to treat patients. It served as a condiment and preservative for the Babylonians, and Julius Caesar's army drank it in a tonic to help maintain health and ward off disease. The Greeks and Romans kept vessels filled with vinegar for healing and flavoring, and in Biblical times it was used as an antiseptic and a healing agent--it is even mentioned in the Bible. Christopher Columbus and his crew brought along barrels of vinegar to prevent scurvy on their trip to discover America, and for centuries the feared Samurai warriors in Japan drank it for strength and power.

But the vinegar most people are familiar with today is a far cry from the substance used by our forefathers for staying healthy and fit. In fact, the situation is similar to that of another kitchen staple--salt. Just as the salt that appears on most dinner tables in America has been so refined and "purified" that it is now a health hazard, the vinegar used today has been refined to where it no longer possesses its health-giving components. The most popular vinegar in supermarkets today is actually a clear, white version created by a food chemist from coal tar!! And because uninformed consumers often buy with their eyes, most purchase this poor imitation of the real thing because it "looks good", even though it has no real nutritional value.



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