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Does Apple Cider Vinegar Really Work On Sore Muscles
It is a body tissue that has the ability to contract. It shortens and generates force. It relaxes and returns to its original length. Muscles move joints, stabilize the body, move air and food through the organs, act as valves for bladder, bowel and other organs. They control movement of the eyes. They help us express ourselves by changing the shape of our ...Read more
Popular but prob not: That seems to be a very popular home remedy but it does not make immediate sense why that would help to relieve sore muscles other than becoming well hydrated. ...Read more
No: Apple cider vinegar is a folk / quack remedy that's promoted for everything. It helps people lose weight because it's nasty to drink, and afterwards you won't want to eat. There's no law against making baseless claims like this one, and if somebody says to you that it's rubbish, they look "unspiritual". Try to find why the muscles are tight & address the cause -- a pt may be able to help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: The lysine was ok, but works much better when swallowed. The acid in the vinegar reacted with the baking soda, foaming up and releasing carbon dioxide. Just stick with swallowing the lysine. ...Read more
Picked open painless razor bump, it bled, held apple cider vinegar on, bump went down, now a flat sore that bleeds sometimes, not painful, little tender?
Apply Vaseline: Apply vaseline twice a day to the area and make sure you shave around it otherwise it will never heal. ...Read more
I applied Apple Cider Vinegar last night to vagina to keep pH balanced, and it started burning. Now its sore/burned. Will it heal? Any otc meds?
Do not douche: Douching is never a good idea, with vinegar or anything else. It is not necessary for hygiene or "to keep pH balanced" -- in fact, it will screw up pH balance and harms natural bacteria that keep the vagina healthy. If you have symptoms like odor or discharge, you have an infection that needs medical attention, not douching. Burning probably will clear up in 1-2 days, but see doctor if it doesn't. ...Read more
Help! I applied apple cider vinegar to balance the ph of my scalp and get rid of itching but now I'm itching more and my scalp is sore. What to do?
JUST USE BABY SHAMPOO DAILY FOR A WEEK.
NOTHING ELSE! ...Read more
What's good for a sore throat? I have apple cider vinegar, organic honey, salt, chamomile tea, eggs & rum.
Honey and Tea: If you have honey at home, you might want to try mixing honey and fresh lemon juice in some warm water and sip. Alcohol should be avoided since it is dehydrating. While there is certainly nothing wrong with chamomile tea, peppermint or licorice tea may be more comforting. Apple cider vinegar may well be irritate the throat unless diluted significantly. ...Read more
What can I do to get rid of sore itchy throat? I am taking zithromax and used warm salt and apple cider vinegar water
Not bad.: The vinegar is an acid, which most opportunistic fungus and bacteria don't like to live in! The issue is that it often can't penetrate the nail enough to get to all the fungus. There are oral medicines and a couple topical solutions that are fda approved for this condition. See a podiatrist for all the options that may be best for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Maybe: It works for some people.Get a more detailed answer ›
YOW!!: Don't believe everything you hear. This would be ineffective at best, and could cause significant irritation to the perianal skin at worst. The basics: increase dietary fiber and fluid (especially water). Avoid straining at stool. Sitz baths are soothing. Stiil ahve concerns? See a colorectal surgeon for an examination and management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I heard about apple cider vinegar, honey, garlic, etc. But does that really work for mole removal?
Apple cider claims:
Some claim that protecting tha surrounding skin with vaseline and daily application with apple cidef vineger will remove the mole.
But before doing it check with your doctor if it is safe to do it. ...Read more
Probably not, but...: When you say bloating are you relating expansion of your abdominal circumference to feelings of distension, fluid retention, constipation, overeating, or do you feel pregnant? Hard to answer your question without further information and clarity. Over what period have you noted the swelling--minutes or months, and what are your underlying medical problems (alcohol, liver ;/or gut disease). ...Read more