AHCP Samurai Wood Vinegar Uses

New label for Samurai Wood Smoked vinegar

Pyrolysis wood smoke vinegar, also known as wood vinegar or pyroligneous acid, is a liquid produced from the distillation of wood through a process called pyrolysis. It can be used for various purposes, such as gardening, cleaning, and even as a condiment. Here are some directions on how to use pyrolysis wood smoke vinegar:

AHCP’s wood vinegar is produced via our unique equipment and process, which ensure a high quality wood vinegar which we call Samurai Wood Vinegar. In recognition of the use of wood vinegar in the time of the Samurai, which the used to treat their bodies after combat due to it’s healing properties.


Insect Repellent: Dilute wood vinegar with water (typically 1:100 ratio) and spray it on your plants to repel insects. It can deter pests like aphids, mites, and snails.


Mix a small amount of wood vinegar with water (about 1:1000 ratio) and use it as a natural fertilizer. It can provide essential nutrients to plants and improve soil quality.


Use a diluted solution of wood vinegar to eliminate odors in your home. It can be effective in removing unpleasant smells from the air and fabrics.



Some people use wood smoke vinegar as a condiment or flavor enhancer for dishes. It can add a smoky, tangy flavor to your food. However, it’s essential to use it sparingly because it has a strong, distinct taste.

Personal Care:

Hair Rinse:

Some individuals use diluted wood vinegar as a hair rinse to improve hair health and remove residue from hair products. Ensure it’s well-diluted and avoid contact with your eyes.

Important Information, please read carefully

When using pyrolysis wood smoke vinegar for any purpose, here are some general guidelines to keep in mind:

  • Always dilute the vinegar with water as recommended to avoid any potential harm.
  • Start with a lower concentration and increase it gradually if necessary.
  • If you plan to use wood vinegar for consumption, ensure it’s food-grade and safe for consumption. Not all wood vinegar’s are suitable for culinary use.
  • Store the wood vinegar in a cool, dark place away from direct sunlight and heat.
  • Be cautious about using wood vinegar on sensitive surfaces, as it may stain or react with certain materials.

Please note that the quality and composition of wood vinegar can vary depending on the source of the wood and the production process. It’s essential to read the manufacturer’s instructions and, if in doubt, consult with a gardening or agricultural expert for specific advice on its use in gardening.