Can you use red wine vinegar to detox?

What is detox? In the sense that doctors say "detox", no, vinegar does not accelerate removal of any toxins out of the body. There is also "cosmetic" detox which no one (including its practitioners) ever tried to test for any effect whatsoever.
Might help a bit. I am not aware of any research on this, but various vinegars, especially apple cider vinegar, have a long history of folk use in detoxifying. There may be something to this because all vinegars are rich in Acetic Acid which is a mild chelator of lead & other heavy metals, so red wine vinegar might help reduce our body burden of heavy metals.See www.All4naturalhealth.Com/natural-chelation.Html.

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Could I use red wine vinegar instead of apple cider vinegar to get rid of a planters wart?

Neither will work. Vinegar of any kind does not treat warts. All vinegars have acetic acid, and you may have come to believe it would help because one standard treatment for warts is bi- or trichloroacetic acid. Despite the similar name, it's a very different chemical. Coud try OTC product like Compound W, but usually little help. Best to see a dermatologist or other Dr for in-office treatment or a prescription. Read more...

Do you think I should put red wine vinegar on my pimple?

No. Before and after it ruptures / resolves without rupturing, soap and water. Remember it's a battleground between your white cells and some bacteria that got an advantage. Consider a trial of benzoyl peroxide even if you do not have bad acne. Read more...

Can drinking red wine vinegar burn fat?

Not really. First, drinking large amounts of vinegar can lead to possibly severe kidney damage, so do not drink more than what you would put on a salad or in a recipe at one time. As a small about as a dietary supplement, it has been hypothesized that vinegar supplements can burn endogenous stores of fats, but it does not. It may be healthy in small amounts and break up undigested fats, but does not burn fat. Read more...

Can red wine vinegar get rid of an ear infection?

No. Sometimes vinegar in an ear drop can help suppress fungal growth in the canal, but it creates a moist environment that causes other canal issues. It will also never reach the middle ear & effect a true middle ear infection. Read more...