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Apple Cider Vinegar Herpes Outbreak
There are different types of herpes infections; herpes simplex infection of mouth (gingivostomatitis) and lips (labialis) are the most common. Others include genital herpes, and herpes zoster. Herpes infection could very mild to very dangerous depending on the type and location of the body affected. I ...Read more
I'm having an internal anal wart outbreak just inside of anus. Can I use enema with apple cider vinegar to speed up the healing process? Thank you.
In food ok: Drinking a little won't hurt, but a large amount as in a guart or so could cause serious ph changes in ur body and can have bad consequences. ...Read more
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Not entirely but...:
Bragg's is raw/unpasteurized whereas I'm fairly sure Heinz is pasteurized. Pasteurization degrades some nutrients and enzymes that are beneficial. Also, Bragg's is organic whereas Heinz is not, and apples are in the EWG "Dirty Dozen" and high in pesticide residues.
Heinz should have many of the same benefits but, given a choice, I recommend Bragg's. ...Read more
Many benefits: Apple cider vinegar is one of the most popular folk remedies, in fact entire books have been written about it. It's many uses include treating heartburn, many infections (like sinus, ear & yeast infections), acne & other skin conditions.It may help treat diabetes, hypertension & high cholesterol.Research is limited but does support many uses. It is safe and inexpensive. See comments for more info:. ...Read more
Not so much: Reflux can be serious. Apple cider vinegar is promoted for everything -- and this alone should tell you something. Something as simple as elevating the head of your bed may help more. Staying trim and fit is a plus; you may not be able to eliminate reflux but you can control the symptoms. Your physician knows how to manage it and when to do endoscopy. ...Read more
Apple cider vinegar:
I understand your concern.
Very few people have headaches due to Apple cider vinegar.
It is likely that headache is due to stresses in your journey of life of 42 years, High Blood pressure, Medications or Migraine.
Apple cider vinegar contains Tannins, which may trigger Migraine.
See Physician for Diagnosis and treatment
Do Breathing and Music Relaxation, Yoga, Meditation, Tai Chi and Exercise. ...Read more
Probably not: Molluscum contagiosum is not something simple to treat, and especially not using apple cider vinegar. From the medications you are taking now, it may appear to be a nontoxic alternative, but speak to your PCP or dermatologists about more effective treatment choices that don't interfere with your medical conditions or medications. ...Read more
Apple Cider Vinegar: Apple Cider Vinegar is generally safe for many uses except direct contact in the eye and mucous membranes. How much were you going to use & at what dilution? And for what reason? If diluted or in food, it is likely safe but depends on concentration. ...Read more
No: Anyone who would tell you something this foolish is ignorant of the basic essentials of human biology. There's nothing "spiritual" about sucker websites. Nothing you can swallow -- no matter how distasteful or disgusting -- will do you nearly so much good as simply staying in good physical shape through aerobic exercise. Best wishes. ...Read more
Hadn't heard that...: I am a big fan of olive oil (extra virgin) as moisturizer for eczema. As I tell my patients, use the olive olive, but don't put your kid in the salad. I have not heard of vinegar as it would seem to dry out the skin, rather than moisturize it. Eczema is a tough disease and keeping the skin moist is key. Good luck... ...Read more
No good evidence:
There is no good evidence that apple cider vinegar helps the liver in any way. The best summary I can find of the few good studies of apple cider vinegar is at http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/PMC1785201/
I wouldn't recommend it, especially if you already have liver disease. ...Read more
No: There is no credible evidence for that. ...Read more
Too much of anything:
There are harmful effects of too much of anything!
Even drinking too much water can kill you. And anything that helps can also cause harm.
That said, apple cider vinegar is fairly safe but should always be diluted.
It appears to be wise to limit consumption to 2 tbsp per day.
See https://authoritynutrition. Com/apple-cider-vinegar-side-effects/ ...Read more
No: The fact that apple cider vinegar is promoted as being good for everything invites an obvious conclusion. It's natural, it tastes bad, and it's not patentable -- all qualities that make it perfect thing to sell to folks seeking a "natural remedy". If you're interested in supplements, get with an evidence-based holist. Fatty liver is serious and I wish you the best in managing it. ...Read more
Nonstop: Frozen shoulder or adhesive capsulitis is the stiffness and limited range of motion of a shoulder as a result of immobilization. Treatment includes range of motion exercises and possible steroid injections. Intake of vinegar has no causal effect nor efficacy in resolving the issue. ...Read more
Lifestyle changes: Apple cider does have anti inflammatory health benefits. Nevertheless, most people fail to lose weight because they have difficulty adopting and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Low sugar intake, consume healthy fats and protein like fish chicken and turkey. Green leafy vegetables should makeup at east 1/4 of your diet. 30-60 mins of exercise 5 days/week. Minimal alcohol intake and 7-9 hrs sleep. ...Read more
No: It doesn't do anything to help any thyroid problem. This is an old wife's tale apparently perpetuated on the internet. If you think you have a thyroid problem, see your doctor for real advice and effective treatment if necessary. ...Read more
No: alcohol is metabolized into acetic acid, which is vinegar (which comes from French vin aigre - sour wine). There is no significant amount of alcohol left in vinegar - there may be a fraction of a percent, but not enough to be clinically detected or get anybody intoxicated. This is assuming it is store-bought, where testing is supposed to be carried out. If its home-made, there may be some alcohol ...Read more
Does not help: Despite what is portrayed on numerous naturopathic sites on the Internet, apple cider vinegar has no effect on gallstones. I would not recommend it. If you have known gallstones, see your doctor if you have any pain in the right upper side of your abdomen. Otherwise, no further therapy is necessary. Good luck. ...Read more
Tx: Multiple Myeloma treatment approaches may include targeted therapies like vlecade or Kyrolis, Chemotherapy, Corticosteroids, stem cell transplant or biological therapies like (Thalomid, Revlimid (lenalidomide) or Pomaylst). Although some people have stated that apple cider vinegar can alkalize tissues & thereby help tx of multiple myeloma - I am not aware of studies that demonstrate this. Recommend conventional ...Read more
Possible: Especially if contaminated. Oral rehydration is important ...Read more
No. Seriously, no.: Antibiotics are the only reliable way to get rid of Chlamydia. It is very important to treat because it can cause tubal damage and infertility with very few or no symptoms. I am guessing you are thinking of douching with the vinegar, which is generally ineffective and may cause additional problems. ...Read more