Types of Aromatic Vinegar

Aromatic vinegar is obtained from plants containing essential oils (peppermint, lavender, thyme, rosemary, rose, tarragon, etc..), Which are put to soak in apple vinegar. Here’s the complete recipe for obtaining these preparations: finely crushed herbs are chosen and then put 6-8 spoons of powder (resulting from the herbs) into a glass, then add half a liter of vinegar. Seal the bottle tightly and let it soak for 10 to 14 days, then filter.

Mint Vinegar


Is obtained, as name suggests, from mint, from the species most often called sweet mint (Mentha viridis), which is “colder” than the other varieties of this plant. Used externally, is a powerful febrifuge, used in all types of respiratory infections and infections accompanied by high temperatures. It is also recommended against headaches against muscle aches, musculoskeletal inflammatory (with hot sensation in the joints), and against the nausea in pregnant women.

Lavender Vinegar

It’s a great relaxant, used externally in cases of physical and intellectual overwork, anxiety (feeling of fear without apparent reason), agitation in children, insomnia. In light burns (grade I and II), lavender vinegar is an excellent soothing and help restore the skin quickly. Used internally, as four teaspoons a day, is an excellent remedy for gall problems (dyskinesia, cholecystitis) and against Giardia lamblia infections.

Rosemary Vinegar

Applied to the skin, is excellent for maintaining its suppleness and youthfulness as one of the secrets of famous cosmetologists. Massage with rosemary vinegar give good results in treating paralysis of all sorts, doing wonders in some cases. Finally, internal use of the rosemary vinegar (even used in food) is good as a digestion stimulant, an effective treatment for gastritis and hypoacid digestive symptoms. It is also an excellent remedy to increase our memory.