Vinegar is a great home remedy!

June 17, 2009 at 11:57 am Leave a comment

6-17-09-Vinegar-BraggsGRASONVILLE, MD – Wednesday morning – Home remedies are amazing! Vinegar is a great home remedy. You are probably already using vinegar in your cooking but let’s look at vinegar for your health. Vinegar has been used for thousands of years for ear diseases, fat accumulation in the body, for digestion and for preventing scurvy. Lots of research has been done in modern times to see what vinegar does for your body. Do you usually buy white vinegar from the supermarket?  That’s probably good for cleaning but for home remedies, you really need “apple cider vinegar” which you will find at the health food store. [Bragg is an excellent brand.] This type of vinegar contains what is known as the “mother”. This is the good healthy “stuff” that was not filtered out in order to make the vinegar clear.

Apple cider vinegar is so good for you in so many ways. It affects the acid/alkaline balance in the body, is full of vitamins and minerals including potassium. An acid body favors bacterial growth. Apple cider vinegar sterilizes the effects of food poisoning, prevents infection, enhances immune system function, helps muscles to contract and relax, is good for the stomach and digestion, heartburn; it’s good for arthritis and the list goes on and on! Vinegar is also good for what ails your skin – good on burns, itchy skin, age spots, warts, insect bites, blemishes, dandruff and more. Try adding apple cider vinegar to your salads and cooking.

Drink to your daily health! Add 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, a small dollop of honey to some water and drink it in the morning and evening to help your body heal itself. There are some wonderful books out there that will give you more information on vinegar so if you are interested in all of the wonderful qualities of apple cider vinegar. >>Candace 

Read about more interesting home remedies! >>GO! ~

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