I promise I won’t do a series pertaining to the many uses for apple cider vinegar as I did for baking soda. I could, but I digress. That is, after today’s post.
My mom and sister gave me the impression that my baking soda saga was a wee bit excessive in terms of its duration, hence why I won’t subject you to the same misery referencing apple cider vinegar. Only two posts, I promise.
Again, this information comes from tamparejuvenation.com.
“6. Serves as a Natural Conditioner for Shiny Hair
According to Healthline, an apple cider vinegar hair rinse is said to remove product buildup, detangle and add shine to your hair.
Try mixing 1 part apple cider vinegar with 1 part water and pour the mixture over your hair. Leave it in for a few minutes before washing it out.
7. Is a Natural Deodorant and Mouthwash
Wiping your underarms with diluted apple cider vinegar is said to be a homemade alternative to commercially produced deodorants. Additionally, its antibacterial properties may help with bad breath.
8. Regulates Blood Sugar and Fights Diabetes
Apple cider vinegar is claimed to help diabetics control their blood sugar levels.
Some studies have shown that consuming vinegar after a high-carb meal can improve insulin sensitivity by as much as 34% and reduce blood sugar levels significantly.
9. Repels Fleas and Ticks on Your Pets
It’s thought that spraying a mixture of 1 part water and 1 part apple cider vinegar onto your pet will create an environment that fleas won’t want to hang around in.
10. Soothes Sunburn
Apple cider vinegar can be added to a cool bath or mixed with cool water and lightly spritzed on affected areas to relieve pain and discomfort.
Additional Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
- Eases Varicose Veins
- Eliminates Candida (Yeast) Overgrowth
- Fights Seasonal Allergies
- Promotes Healthy Detoxification of the Liver
- Treats Acid Reflux and Other Digestive Ailments
- Kills Fungus on Toes and Skin
- Lowers Blood Pressure and Reduces Cholesterol
- Maintains Your Body’s Alkaline pH Level
- Provides Skin Toner for Eczema and Acne
- Relieves Sinus Congestion,” the web page explains.
I am genuinely hoping today’s post and yesterday’s can provide someone with some insight regarding apple cider vinegar and the many ways in which it can be considered to be miraculous given the many hats it wears, and if you don’t already have a jug of it in your home, do yourself a favour and grab one.
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