Where do you buy your ACV?

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Where do you buy your ACV?

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    11-24-2009, 03:48 PM
Where do you buy your ACV?

I am trying to buy it in a larger quanity than 32 oz. Thanks!
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    11-24-2009, 10:26 PM
I find it in our local grocery stores (Dillons, Kroger, Bakers) or even Wal Mart in a gallon jug. This is the basic, distilled kind, that I use for thrush, etc., as the main part of knocking out thrush is the pH, and that doesn't change with distilled varitey.

If you want it for oral use (arthritis, joint supplement, feed thru fly repellant) I would recommend the kind that has the "mother" in it (the best part of the ACV that is removed when it's distilled, and you should look at the health food sections or specialty stores. This kind is a bit more expensive, but worth it if you aren't just spraying on feet.
    11-24-2009, 10:40 PM
I have been getting both kinds for the reasons you mentioned above, but like you said the kind with the mother is expensive and I was hoping buying in bulk would cut out some of the cost. I guess I should have specified what kind I wanted ^.^ I am looking for the ACV with the mother in it, in a larger quanity than 32 oz if possible. Thanks for your help!
    11-25-2009, 12:10 AM
I've used regular ACV for fly repellent use, and other uses for goats and horses, and it's worked wonders...you don't necessarily need the stuff with the 'mother' in it, although I know it does have more benefits. I get regular ACV in gallons at Walmart, or any other grocery center.
    11-25-2009, 03:25 AM
I know somewhere around here you can buy it in 50 gallon barrells because I guy the barrels that are empty for my goats - lol!

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