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Brand
Botanic Choice
Size/Form
90 Capsule
Item #
147432
UPC #
703308830125
Ship Weight
0.20 Lb(s)
Servings
90
Dosage
1 Capsule(s)

DESCRIPTION

    Botanic Choice - Apple Cider Vinegar 500 mg. - 90 Capsules

    Botanic Choice Apple Cider Vinegar is a single herb supplement with nutrients delivering 500 mg. per serving to support overall health. Apple Cider Vinegar 500 mg. is rich in naturally occuring trace minerals and enzymes. Traditionally, Apple Cider Vinegar has been used to stay healthy and to promote strength and power. Make Botanic Choice's high quality Apple Cider Vinegar part of your daily regimen. Apple Cider Vinegar 500 mg. should be used in conjunction with a reduced calorie diet and an exercise plan. 

    • Promote overall health
    • Promote weight loss 
    • Time-honored classic nutrient
    • Rich in naturally occuring trace minerals and enzymes
    • Delivers 500 mg. per serving
    • GMP certified
    • Non-GMO
    • Gluten-free

    A Long History
    For over 5,000 years, apple cider vinegar has been used by natural health practitioners the world over. It's been traced to ancient Egyptian urns and there's record that Julius Caesar's Roman army used apple cider vinegar to stay healthy. On the other side of the globe, for centuries Japanese Samurai warriors drank it for strength and power. In the United States, apple cider vinegar became extremely popular in the 1950s coinciding with the alternative health boom. Since then its use in liquid and then capsule and tablet form has become widespread.

    How It's Made
    Apple cider vinegar is made by crushing apples that then form a liquid. There are two fermentation processes that ultimately turn the solution into a pale, amber-colored vinegar. While the main ingredient of apple cider vinegar is acetic acid, it also contains trace amounts of naturally occurring vitamins, minerals and amino acids that can benefit overall health.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Where do they get their products?
    Botanic Choice finds the freshest natural products available from reputable suppliers around the world. They provide the same quality or better than the more expensive national brands. Their exclusive formulas and supplements are packaged and shipped directly from their Indiana manufacturing facility.

    Are their products organic?
    They adhere to rigorous quality control standards and strict guidelines in every product they sell. Organic products are noted on the product description pages, but you can be assured that they provide outstanding quality and freshness in every product that they sell.

    Are their products tested on animals?
    No. They never test their products on animals.

    How do I know how much of a vitamin to take?
    Their nutritional experts monitor the latest nutritional and scientific advancements to develop the most effective, powerful formulas you will only find there, in the dosages designed to optimize effectiveness. Each one of their products has Suggested Use information. If you have a medical condition or are taking prescription medication, please ask your healthcare professional regarding what dosage is appropriate for you. Remember, you must take supplements a directed in order to achieve optimal results.

    How long will it take the supplement to work?
    Supplements take time to work effectively. Please allow one to three months for maximum effectiveness. The important thing is to take your proper dose, consistently, every day.

    About Botanic Choice

    The history of the Indiana Botanic Gardens, Inc., begins in 1910 with the founding of the company by Joseph E. Meyer. Born in Wisconsin in 1878, Joseph Meyer acquired a curiosity about plants and nature at a young age. His father, who was a photographer, often took Joseph out on assignments into forests and fields. From here, Joseph learned a great deal about various aspects of nature. Complications in Joseph's family and financial life caused him to temporarily step aside from nature and take up a more practical career in printing. Joseph soon found himself in Chicago working for a large printer. Not long after, a strike shut down the printer and Joseph found himself at The Hammond Times.

    After settling in Hammond, Joseph desired to have a business of his own, preferably something in the printing industry. Giving consideration to his set of skills, Joseph realized that he knew a great deal about printing and even more about nature. A company that sold herbs through a catalog would be a profitable endeavor for Joseph Meyer thanks to his possession of an old printing press and vast knowledge of natural remedies. It was with the blending of these two passions that gave birth to Indiana Botanic Gardens, Inc.

    From Humble Beginnings
    The business, initially called the Indiana Herb Gardens, began in a small cottage in the rear of Joseph Meyer's Hammond, Indiana home where he started growing and harvesting plants in a vacant lot. In the beginning, the business barely made living expenses for the family. Meyer's children assisted him with activities like gathering herbs from nearby fields, packaging boxes, feeding the printing press, and binding catalogs with needle and thread.

    In 1918, the 400-page book, The Herbalist was printed and business expanded. Since the company was now able to sustain itself, it moved from Meyer's cottage to a more formal and larger building off of Calumet Avenue in Hammond (pictured on the right).

    Following the success of The Herbalist, a decision was made to create an annual publication. In 1925, The Herbalist Almanac was brought into publication. This almanac was an eclectic booklet that contained a hodge podge of things from listings of the herbs and roots that the company sold to recipes, Indian weather forecasts, treatments for common ailments, popular songs of the day, advice on farming issues and more. In 1979, after fifty-four years of publication, The Herbalist Almanac was retired.

    The Business Expands
    The same year that The Herbalist went into publication, Joseph purchased a wild tract of land on the Little Calumet River. The land held a profusion of medicinal plants and virgin forest. In 1926, a beautiful English gabled building was built. This became the home of the newly named Indiana Botanic Gardens, Inc.

    During the next few years, Joseph traveled to all parts of North America to gather material and information on native plants and their uses. Mail poured in from all over the world including universities, libraries, botanists and people from all ranks of life. In 1932, he traveled to Europe to seek rare herbals.

    In Joseph Meyer's time self-treatment with herbs was commonly practiced and often necessary due to economic conditions or the scarcity of professional medical help. Mr. Meyer devoted his life to providing herbs to people, and many grateful customers sent letters and recipes extolling the benefits. The Old Herb Doctor was compiled from this information to let other customers know how other customers had used herbs and the good results they obtained from them.

    The Family Tradition Continues
    Eventually the business was passed on to his grandson David Meyer, who is still part of the organization, along with great-grandson Tim Cleland, current president of the company. In 1990, the company moved to nearby Hobart, Indiana and began selling vitamins and other nutritional supplements in addition to bulk herbals. The new Hobart location has a retail store and also sells wholesale products. The bulk of the business continues to be derived from catalogue mail order sales. Indiana Botanic Gardens, Inc., is the largest seller of herbs by mail order in the world. In recent years, the company stopped growing its own herbs and began buying them from suppliers. With the addition of new items and product lines, the company has grown five fold since 1990.

    SUGGESTED USE

    Take 1 capsule three times daily, as a dietary supplement, or as directed by a physician.

    INGREDIENTS

    Botanic Choice - Apple Cider Vinegar 500 mg. - 90 Capsules
    Supplement Facts
    Serving Size: 1 Capsule
    Servings Per Container: 90
    Amount Per Serving % Daily Value
    Calcium (as dicalcium phosphate) 21 mg 2%
    Phosphorus (as dicalcium phosphate) 16 mg 2%
    Apple cider vinegar powder
        [Providing 35% acetic acid (175 mg)]
    500 mg *
    * Daily Value not established.
    Other Ingredients: Maltodextrin, Rice Flour, Gelatin Capsule, Magnesium Stearate

    WARNINGS

    If you are taking any medications or are pregnant or nursing do not use prior to consulting a physician. For your protection, this container has an outer safety seal. Do not use if seal is missing or broken. Keep out of reach of children. Store in a cool, dry place.

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    MANUFACTURER INFO

    Botanic Choice

    The business, initially called the Indiana Herb Gardens, began in a small cottage in the rear of Joseph Meyer’s Hammond, Indiana home where he started growing and harvesting plants in a vacant lot. In the beginning, the business barely made living expenses for the family. Meyer’s children assisted him with activities like gathering herbs from nearby fields, packaging boxes, feeding the printing press, and binding catalogs with needle and thread. During the next few years, Joseph traveled to all parts of North America to gather material and information on native plants and their uses. Mail poured in from all over the world including universities, libraries, botanists and people from all ranks of life. In 1932, he traveled to Europe to seek rare herbals.

    In 1918, the 400-page book, The Herbalist was printed and business expanded. Since the company was now able to sustain itself, it moved from Meyer’s cottage to a more formal and larger building off of Calumet Avenue in Hammond.

    Following the success of The Herbalist, a decision was made to create an annual publication. In 1925, The Herbalist Almanac was brought into publication. This almanac was an eclectic booklet that contained a hodge podge of things from listings of the herbs and roots that the company sold to recipes, Indian weather forecasts, treatments for common ailments, popular songs of the day, advice on farming issues and more. In 1979, after fifty-four years of publication, The Herbalist Almanac was retired.

    In Joseph Meyer's time self-treatment with herbs was commonly practiced and often necessary due to economic conditions or the scarcity of professional medical help. Mr. Meyer devoted his life to providing herbs to people, and many grateful customers sent letters and recipes extolling the benefits. The Old Herb Doctor was compiled from this information to let other customers know how other customers had used herbs and the good results they obtained from them.

    The Family Tradition Continues
    Eventually the business was passed on to his grandson David Meyer, who is still part of the organization, along with great-grandson Tim Cleland, current president of the company. In 1990, the company moved to nearby Hobart, Indiana and began selling vitamins and other nutritional supplements in addition to bulk herbals. The new Hobart location has a retail store and also sells wholesale products. The bulk of the business continues to be derived from catalogue mail order sales. Indiana Botanic Gardens, Inc., is the largest seller of herbs by mail order in the world. In recent years, the company stopped growing its own herbs and began buying them from suppliers. With the addition of new items and product lines, the company has grown five fold since 1990.

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    By (Lakeville, MN)

    I decided to jump on the apple cider vinegar bandwagon, and so far happy with this product. I've been taking it for about a month, and my body feels very "detoxified." No complaints, but there's also nothing too significant about it.

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