Is apple cider vinegar helpful for peyronie's disease?

Not likely. Please consult with your doctor to assess if the disorder needs surgical correction. You may have apple cider as a matter of your taste, but do not expect it to affect the penile lesion.

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If I have kidney disease, and I have a very dry scalp, can I use apple cider vinegar, to help me?

Questionable benefit. I am not certain that the vinegar will be of any benefit. Your tolerance for the vinegar will depend on you renal clearance. Read more...
Sure. If your kidney disease upsets your stomach, the vinegar may make it worse. If you're expecting drinking the vinegar to help dry scalp, you're overly optimistic. Applying it topically might help -- your physician may have other suggestions. Apple cider vinegar is promoted as being good for everything, which itself should let you draw a reasonable conclusion. Still, it's interesting. Read more...

Can apple cider vinegar really work for skin disorders?

Skin. There are typically better prescription and sometimes over the counter treatments available for a wide range of skin conditions . See a dermatologist for diagnosing the skin condition and recommending a good treatment plan. Read more...

Is filtered apple cider vinegar beneficial for health? Can it be used for the same health benefits as unfiltered?

Are you lost? Sorry, but since this is a traditional medical site this sort of treatment will not be as recognized as it may on others. But we are open-minded. I personally find it very helpful for heartburn w/ a pinch of baking soda. This is symptom relief - not 'health'. Read online and try it for your concern. It's probably safe for most 'healthy' adults. Read more...

Would 100mg daily cayenne (as part of an apple cider vinegar supplement) be more beneficial in general or possibly risky for gastric cancer? I believe capsaicin content in only 100mg would be extremely low (only a few milligrams, if that, if I'm doing th

More beneficial! Cayenne has many proven benefits. Capsacain may be mutagenic to stomach cells but also has anti-cancer properties. One study found increased risk of stomach cancer while another found those who ate the most cayenne had least cancer incidence! The benefits outweigh the unproven risk. See http://www.truestarhealth.com/Notes/2065009.html & http://umm.edu/health/medical/altmed/herb/cayenne. Read more...
What is your goal? Cayenne pepper is high in vitamin A. It also contains vitamins B6, E, C, riboflavin, potassium, & manganese; dilates blood vessels & speeds metabolism due to high amounts of capsaicin; may support a healthy energy balance while suppressing appetite; aid in oxidation of adipose tissue, regulate high blood pressure, promote healthy liver function; promotes mucus production (Ref. Wikipedia). Read more...