Monday, March 4, 2013

Ways to Use Apple Cider Vinegar

I've found a few articles about D.I.Y. techniques to overcome high cholesterol, diabetes, healing a sore throat, healing a wart, removing pimples and cysts. I imagine if you take it orally, you should mix it with water first. Any thoughts on this?

Here's the first article.

Here's the second.

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Apple cider vinegar has been my best friend these days. I had a wart that was on my foot. Gross I know! I haven't had one of those since I was itty bitty. When I was a kid, I got a few small ones on my hand. On the foot it's much more painful!!! It was on the bottom of my foot! It kept coming back. I've never experienced walking on something so awful. I got it burned twice. Each time the doctor said, "That should take care of it." It didn't. Instead it left a blister for me to walk on. That was worse then the wart its self! On top of that I had to get special arch supports because my left leg turns in. That was an adjustment to. Toe Juice helped the wart. It came back. That was my fault because I should have used it for two more weeks, after it was healed. I do believe in the Toe Juice product. Apple cider vinegar took care of it. With this I used a q-tip. I didn't want to burn the skin around the wart; just the wart it's self.

I have many family members that get cysts on their scalp: My mom, my sister, my cousin and my grandpa all have them. It's genetic. They really don't hurt. In fact dermatologists don't remove them unless they become bothersome. They are not cancerous. Well I just started getting them when I turned 36. Having bumps on my head really annoy me big time! I think it's A) Gross! and B) It's annoying to brush my hair and run over bumps. It's kind of like driving and hitting speed bumps.

I read that apple cider vinegar helps remove cysts and acne. I also read that it's best to leave these stupid bumps on my head alone. I started applying apple cider vinegar to them. For two weeks I've been applying it to them with a circle disc cotton swab. I apply it, and hold it down for as long as I can stand it. It helps to prop my arm up on a pillow. It burns after a bit. For awhile, I thought I might be causing more harm than good. Remember it burns. They are not gone, but they are 1/2 the size they were! If I can get things to go away with apple cider vinegar it's much cheaper than going to the doctor, I can do it on my terms and yes it stings, but it's better than being cut into! One last thing: A little bit goes a long way!

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