Apple Cider Vinegar for the Body
People consider apple cider vinegar as a “miracle worker.” This type of vinegar is so versatile that it can be used for cooking, for cleaning, as a beauty product, and as a cure-all for almost anything and any part of the body.
1.Sore throat relief
For people who are suffering from chronic sore throats but don’t want to depend too much on cough syrup, apple cider vinegar is a good alternative. In a glass of warm water add 1 teaspoon ACV, 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, and 3 teaspoon clover honey. Stir the ingredients together until they are dissolved, and drink. ACV and honey both have antibacterial properties, while capsaicin in cayenne pepper is a good pain reliever. If certain allergies are what trigger your sore throat, ACV can break up sinus congestion and mucus.
2.Balance the digestive system
Reduce gas by diluting 1 tablespoon apple cider vinegar in 1 cup water (you can also use tea). Drink this before meals. It also helps ease constipation, because ACV will stimulate the digestive juices to facilitate the breakdown of food.
ACV also alleviates symptoms of heartburn. There are theories suggesting that heartburn results from low acid levels in the stomach. ACV helps increase that.
Apple cider vinegar can be used to remove yellow stains on your teeth. You can simply rub ACV directly, then rinse with water. However, it is important to take note not to do this often because it can damage the tooth enamel.
4.Eliminate bad breath
Use ACV as a mouthwash. Mix 1 cup of water with ½ teaspoon apple cider vinegar. Gargle for at least 10 seconds each time before spitting in the sink, until the whole cup has been used.
5.A relaxing bath
After you’ve filled your bathtub with water, add ½ to 1 cup ACV, then add Epson salts and a few drops of lavender oil. Soak for about 30 minutes for a rejuvenating bath.
Apply ACV directly to a wart using a cotton ball. Secure with an adhesive bandage and leave it overnight.
7.Reduce body odor
If you have issues with BO you can use ACV to get rid of odor-causing bacteria, as vinegar adjusts the pH level of the skin. Dab a cotton ball with a few drops of ACV directly on the area where the odor is strongest.