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What Is An Oxymel?

Updated: Apr 5

An oxymel is a delicious way to support your health and well being. "Oxy" means acid - in this case raw apple cider vinegar, and "mel" means honey. Infusing herbs and/or fruit into the powerful combination of raw honey and raw apple cider vinegar yields a tasty and therapeutic drinking vinegar.


We feature three different oxymels that support lung health as well as brain health. Vinegar has a special affinity for the lungs, and our oxymels use this special property of vinegar to deliver herbal power to the Lungs.


Spruce Tip Oxymel would be helpful if one is experiencing a wet boggy cough whereas Sage Oxymel would be a better fit if the cough were on the dry side. The Blackberry Thyme Oxymel is more of a general tonic for the lungs.


Sage, spruce tips and thyme are all very aromatic and can perk up your brain and memory while the blackberries provide a bounty of Vitamin C and antioxidants.


Oxymels can be taken by the dropperful, added to warm water, enliven a cocktail or included in a vinaigrette.





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