It helps many. Cure is a major claim for a condition like seborrhea, which tends to be chronic, but many people report apple cider vinegar to be very helpful. Nothing helps everyone, but earthclinic. Com has a discussion about different home remedies & the seborrhea section has 45 "yeas" and 6 "nays" for apple cider vinegar, a pretty good ratio. See www. Earthclinic. Com/cures/seborrheic_dermatitis. Html#acv_76022.
Can I use minoxidil for my hair while I have seborrheic dermatitis on my scalp? Or can I use apple cider vinegar topically for my scalp?
Apple cider. Is not going to help baldness. Minoxidil, is hard to say; it is effective ONLY on some patterns of baldness and NOT on receeding hairline. AND irritated scalp is more likely to react to any drug put onto it. Furthermore, enough irritaiton can cause baldness (and responds to anti-inflammatories). I guess I am recommending a dermatologist.
Possible. Duct tape may work also.
Nope. Vinegar will not cure trichomonas. You need an antibiotic called metronidazole. Discuss with your obstetrician. There are no effective "natural" treatments and vinegar will not work. NEVER douche with anything, especially when pregnant. Very unhealthy, even dangerous. Don't do it. Get tested for other STDs: gonorrhea and chlamydia are common in women with trichomonas.
I have thrush apple cider vinegar and plaine yogart hasent cured it yet its been a week what can I do?
Thrush. Thrush often responds to anti-thrush medications (nystatin suspension or Mycelex (clotrimazole) troches) -- see your physician.
See a doctor. Your doctor can prescribe an anti-fungal medication to treat the thrush quickly.
No evidence. I don't believe there is any credible evidence that cypress essential oil or apple cider vinegar would yield any significant benefit. Laser treatment for facial veins and sclerotherapy for leg veins are the gold standards, with lots of evidence of success and low risk when properly performed.
I hope not. Neither cypress essentail oil nor apple cider vinegar, whether taken internally or applied to the skin can do a thing for thread veins. If you want to treat your thread veins, the gold standard for treatment is sclerotherapy.
Real antifungal. Tolaftate is available without a prescription. Terbinafine topical is also good. I'd prefer to see you use a topical agent rather than taking medication systemically whenever possible. These should be effective but it may take a few weeks. Apple cider vinegar, tea tree oil, and garlic are promoted on "natural healing" sites for everything -- trying them would be your business. Best wishes.