Apple cider vinegar is my
new obsession. I recently
began taking apple cider
vinegar shots 2-3 times a day
for a quick and effective
energy burst. However,
looking deeper into the
product, I have discovered so
many other useful ways to
incorporate apple cider
vinegar into a daily
repertoire. It is effective for
pretty much anything – your
skin, your hair, your house,
and even your pets can
benefit from its qualities.
Raw, organic, unfiltered and
unpasteurized, apple cider
vinegar is so much more than
a salad dressing!

1. Apple cider vinegar is a
completely natural product. It
is made from apple juice and
is fermented to hard apple
cider. It is then fermented a
second time to apple cider
vinegar. When using natural
apple cider vinegar, we
instantly decrease the
consumption of unnatural
chemicals in our homes and
daily lives.

2. Apple cider vinegar can be
used as a rinse for your hair
after shampooing, and will
aid in increased body and
shine. I recommend recycling
an old shampoo bottle, then
filling it with 1/2 a tablespoon
of apple cider vinegar and a
cup of cold water. Pour the
solution through your hair
after shampooing several
times a week for dramatic

3. Natural apple cider vinegar
regulates the pH of your skin.
Dilute apple cider vinegar
with two parts water, and
spread the concoction over
your face with a cotton ball to
replace your current toner.
You can do this at night after
washing, and in the morning
before you apply your
moisturizer. A dab of apple
cider vinegar can also be left
on the skin overnight to fade
age spots or acne scars.

It is also a recommended
agent for warts. For warts,
soak a cotton ball in apple
cider vinegar, then fasten the
cotton ball over the wart with
a Band-Aid overnight. The
skin may swell some as it
reacts with the solution.
However, the wart will fall
off. Once it falls off, the
treatment should be
continued for a few more
days, to make sure the wart
doesn’t return.

4. Apple cider vinegar can
help remove stains from
teeth. Rub teeth directly with
apple cider vinegar, and rinse
out with water.

5. Add a cup of apple cider
vinegar to your bath, and
soak for 10 minutes to
eliminate discomfort from

6. Apple Cider vinegar can be
used as a natural aftershave.
Fill a bottle with equal parts
apple cider vinegar and
water, and shake before
applying to the face.

7. Rubbing apple cider
vinegar on your hands and
feet will give massage-like
benefits and relief to tired
hands and feet.

8. Apple cider vinegar can aid
in weight loss. For daily
weight management, add 2
teaspoons of apple cider
vinegar to 16 ounces of water.
This concoction can be sipped
throughout the day. Data
shows some limited, yet
significant, weight loss
benefits from sustained daily
intake of acetic acid (which is
a main ingredient in apple
cider vinegar).

In a 2009 study published in
Bioscience, Biotechnology,
and Biochemistry, it was
found that subjects that
consumed acetic acid for 12
weeks experienced
significant declines in body
weight, abdominal fat, waist
circumference and
triglycerides. Triglycerides
contribute to the bad
cholesterol that we want to

9. Apple cider vinegar will
balance your entire inner
body system. The body
constantly strives to achieve a
state of equilibrium. Apple
cider vinegar helps the body
maintain a healthy alkaline
pH level. Research shows that
higher acid levels (lower pH
level) leads to a lack of energy
and higher incidences of
infection. Hence, my desire to
sip some a few times a day for
a natural boost of energy.

10. As part of balancing the
body’s pH, apple cider
vinegar creates an overall
detoxification of the body.
Research shows that it can
help stimulate cardiovascular
circulation and help detoxify
the liver.

11. This miracle vinegar helps
to break up mucous
throughout the body and
cleanse the lymph nodes.
Believe it or not, research
suggests that apple cider
vinegar can help with
allergies because of its ability
to reduce mucous and sinus
congestion. When reducing
the effects of allergies, it can
also help stave off sinus
infections and their related
symptoms (sore throats and

12. This vinegar is rich in
natural enzymes that can
help rid your body of candida
— yeasts that are attributed to
thrush in humans. Candida
also is blamed for creating
symptoms of fatigue, poor
memory, sugar cravings, and
yeast infections.

13. Though it might seem like
an oxymoron to treat
stomach acid with an acid-containing vinegar, there is
research suggesting that
apple cider vinegar works by
correcting low acid, hence
reducing heartburn. Natural
remedy experts say you
should begin to feel relief
very shortly after taking a
teaspoon of apple cider
vinegar followed by a glass of
water. Note that apple cider
vinegar will not give relief if
you have an ulcer.

14. The use of apple cider
vinegar is effective in
repelling fleas on your pets.
One part vinegar and one
part water can be sprayed on
your pets fur and rubbed in
generously to the skin.
Saturate the entire coat, and
continue every day for a few
days to a week. Any flea
infestation will surely be

15. Apple cider vinegar will
clean your toilets and have
your bathroom smelling like
apples! Just pour apple cider
vinegar into the toilet, and
allow it to sit overnight. It can
also be used in dishwashers
as a substitute for dish
detergent. Mix 1/2 cup of
apple cider vinegar with 1
cup water, and you can use
this solution to clean
microwaves, kitchen surfaces,
windows, glasses and
mirrors, too.

As you can see, apple cider
vinegar is a miracle product
that can be used in a
multitude of ways. I highly
recommend its use!!
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