Ahi Cider Kawakawa Tonic

Product Review of Apple Cider Tonic

GUT LOVING, IMMUNE BOOSTING & INVIGORATING Apple cider vinegar-based tonics

Ahi Cider is the new kid on the block and makes Apple Cider Vinegar look tame.

Handmade in New Zealand and based on an old herbal remedy, Ahi Cider packs some serious health punch as it’s loaded with powerful anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-microbrial, and circulatory roots and herbs.

Tangy, Hot and Pungent, Ahi Cider will give you and your insides a kick up the pants – in a GOOD way! 

I had the good fortune to find Ahi Cider Tonic at the Go Green Expo in Auckland last month. It has all the ingredients I have longed to take, all in one bottle.

I have been taking Ahi Cider Kawakawa Tonic each day for the last month, and can report having a lot less gut issues, such as discomfort after eating.

It tastes so fresh and tangy AND zingy, as cider should be, yet gentle with very little aftertaste.

I thoroughly recommend Ahi Cider Kawakawa Tonic to be taken regularly. Its beautiful.

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Ahi Cider Kawakawa Tonic 300ml – with added Horseradish

Regular price $34.95

Our Ahi Cider Kawakawa Tonic has the added benefits of wildcraft New Zealand Kawakawa which a key focus on supporting digestion, bloating and stomach ailments along with circulation and skin health. 

BEST ENJOYED first thing in the morning, before a meal or when your body needs a extra boost. Have a teaspoon – a tablespoon up to 3 times a day. If you’re not already an ACV convert, start by mixing into a little water, juice or smoothie. You’ll thank us! You can even mix it with olive oil for a delicious gut healthy salad dressing or add a teaspoon to mashed avocado then spread on your toast. Enjoy!

INGREDIENTS NZ raw organic apple cider vinegar (live with the mother) infused with onions, garlic, turmeric, ginger, chillies, wild-craft kawakawa, peppercorns and horseradish.

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