19 Benefits of Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar + How To Drink It

Vel

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This is my second week of adding it to my lemon water & drinking it. I use the one with mother tincture.
Because you mentioned lemon, I had lemon drinks for 2 weeks straight a few months ago, whoa, what a cleanse I got. I was getting severe pain in my lower back, thinking I injured myself somehow. But it was the lemon drink. It broke down something in my bile duct. I would go to do a #2 evacuate what was there but still have the sensation something still wanted to come out. I thought I was constipated but I got out what needed to come out. It did eventually pass over 3-4 days. If I hadn't of gone through all that, I may have had to go to the hospital.
 

Golden Angel

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Sounds like the lemon water really helped if you may was impacted as it really does cleanse the body and brightens the skin too. It has many health benefits, the only thing is I can't drink it first thing in a morning on an empty stomach as it is too acidic and especially now adding ACV, so I tend to drink it mid morning.

 
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Golden Angel

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I too have a lemon tree that I have potted outside, just hoping it will grow with our climate here in the UK. I think you can buy some form of food for citrus plants to help them thrive, which I shall have to check out.
 

Vel

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I too have a lemon tree that I have potted outside, just hoping it will grow with our climate here in the UK. I think you can buy some form of food for citrus plants to help them thrive, which I shall have to check out.
Green House
 

Golden Angel

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I suppose I could buy a small style green house, the thing is I am not that great at keeping plants and seed's lol, but should give it a try.
 

Vel

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I suppose I could buy a small style green house, the thing is I am not that great at keeping plants and seed's lol, but should give it a try.
Ha, my wife has a brown thumb too. Everything green that she touches ends up dying.

What about packet seeds? Can you get them in the UK?
I plan to get a large polycarbonate/aluminium greeny.
 

Golden Angel

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LOL I have managed to still keep alive a spider plant and aloe vera plant inside the house without killing the off. Every time I buy plants for our garden my husband says " Ah you are buying more plants to bring them home & kill them " :ROFLMAO: . Yes the packet seeds here are quite cheap, I bought some little paper pots a few weeks ago, so may try popping some seeds in them and just spraying them rather than drowning them to death haha.

Ah how many plants do you reckon you can grow in the ones you mentioned?
 

Vel

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From memory, 4.5m long, 2.7m wide and 2.5m high. It depends on what you grow as different plants require 'X' amount of room for them to be happy, and healthy and provide their goodness.
My seed collection so far,
beans, corn, carrot, lettuce, cucumber, radish, broccoli, chilli, parsnip, spring onion, kale, tomatoes, cabbage, rock melon, beetroot, basil, parsley, zucchini, eggplant, daikon, cauliflower, apple, & mandarine seeds. We already have lemon & grapefruit growing.
Garlic and onions are next.
 

Golden Angel

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From memory, 4.5m long, 2.7m wide and 2.5m high. It depends on what you grow as different plants require 'X' amount of room for them to be happy, and healthy and provide their goodness.
My seed collection so far,
beans, corn, carrot, lettuce, cucumber, radish, broccoli, chilli, parsnip, spring onion, kale, tomatoes, cabbage, rock melon, beetroot, basil, parsley, zucchini, eggplant, daikon, cauliflower, apple, & mandarine seeds. We already have lemon & grapefruit growing.
Garlic and onions are next.
Ah nice one, You got a fair bit there for starters. I bought some compost bags that are materiel and have a view flap which are ideal for growing potatoes & carrots which I am growing my potatoes in, I have a small pot of wild garlic growing and some herbs. Think I may invest in some more of the compost bags.
 
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