The word or name ''FLAXSEED AND LINSEED'' may sound a bit confusing to some people. It may sound like a “two nations divided by a common language” This is especially true when it comes to linseed and flaxseed. Curious if these two names of plants and their produce are the same?? Well, Yes! Good news to ya'all, because this plant produce is just the same, it is only the names that differs due to different country's words expression, their languages, and names identifications. For example: In Europe fondly known or call “flaxseed” while In North America it is somehow known or call linseed.


Apple cider vinegar has been consumed for thousands of years. In fact, records show that apple juice has been in fermentation into vinegar since, well before 5,000 B.C.
History as it that, apple cider vinegar has been used for a variety of different purposes, such as helping to detoxify the liver, purifying blood, cleansing the lymph nodes and boosting immunity. In ancient Greece, Hippocrates even prescribed it mixed with a bit of honey to help cure coughs and colds. (This worked for me, because i applied this when i was down with cold)
In the 17th century, Europeans began using vinegar medicinally. They started preparing it in syrups and antiseptics and even used it as a gargle to kill off germs.
Today, apple cider vinegar has re-entered the spotlight and is beginning to gain some well-deserved recognition for its potent health-promoting properties. Not only can it be used as a natural remedy to treat a variety of ailments, but it even makes an effective all-natural household cleaner and disinfectant.
With at least more than 30 potential uses and lots of very important and proven health benefits of apple cider vinegar ACV, i must say this is a must have item in every household as well as a must have vital item in your medicine cabinet too.