I've read that it's good for colds, stomach aches, flu, etc...
What are some other (even creative) uses for ACV?
It's used for allergies, acid reflux, gout, arthritis, headaches, yeast infections, psoriasis, depression, sinus infections, acne, high cholesterol, flu, chronic fatigue, candida, sore throats, contact dermatitis, IBS etc.
I suspect that it positively influences dysbiosis and SIBO.
Breaking down kidney stones. I was having sudden bouts of "drop to the floor" pains around my flank/kidney area after I started drinking milk after a long break from it. I've had these pains before and they subsided after I cut out all milk and upped my water intake.
This time, I drank a couple tablespoons of cider diluted in water every couple hours. I could actually feel tinee tiny bits of something passing along my urinary tract when it came time to pee. The whole thing without pain. I'm positive the cider broke down whatever little and growing deposits I had.
Saw this "recipe" for a drink on a blog today: apple cider vinegar, water, sliced ginger. Sounds kinda good, might try it.
ACV has be very effective for me in treating acid reflux and improving digestion. This was especially helpful at two points in my life:
I still often drink it in the mornings because it feels cleansing/energizing. I also take it now and then to support my digestion. (When I drink a large amount of plain water, it can induce reflux in me. If I put a bit of ACV in the water, I can drink as much as I like without problem...And it is more thirst quenching, so I drink less.)
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