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Do suffer from arthritis? Are you tired of the aches, pains, difficulty moving, and trouble sleeping? Your physician will recommend pain reliever and exercise. Yes, these do help, but you may want to try something new. If and when you reach that point, turn to apple cider vinegar. For many years, arthritis patients, just like you, have claimed it relieved their pain and discomfort.
As nice as it is to know that apple cider vinegar can give you arthritis relief, you may be looking for more information on this natural remedy. What type of apple cider vinegar? How much? Do I drink it? Continue reading on to find out.
The following are accounts gathered from the internet. These remedies have worked for some. The common ingredient is apple cider vinegar. Always proceed with caution with natural and home remedies. Never consume or apply anything to your skin that may cause an allergic reaction. Know that natural and home remedies vary. What works for one may not work for another. You should experiment, through trial and error, to develop the apple cider vinegar remedy that works best for you.
Apple cider vinegar is made from apple must and cider. The apples are crushed and the liquid is squeezed out. Yeast and sugar are later added. This starts the fermentation process. The alcohol is later converted into vinegar. Your best bet is to purchase from a health and nutrition or organic food store. With that said, apple cider vinegar is available for sale at many retail stores, both on and offline.
When buying apple cider vinegar to relieve the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis, opt for the fresh kind. It is found in most health and nutrition stores. When looking at the package, you should see sediments at the bottom. This is natural apple cider. Yes, the kind sold at the grocery store does look more enticing, but it has been altered and strained, losing some of its helpful properties.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy #1
Combine up to three tablespoons of the vinegar in a cup with large water. If you cannot stomach the taste, as a few drops of honey. You can do this anytime through the day, but most recommend before bed. Some recommended drinking the mixture two to three times a day.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy #2
Combine � cup of apple cider with one to two cups of warm water. Place the combination in a bowl and soak the achy joints. For example, if it is your fingers or toes that hurt, soak them. Do so for at least ten minutes.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy #3
Combine � cup of apple cider vinegar with one to two cups of warm water. This is a continuation of remedy two. If your achy joints are too large to soak, put a cloth in the bowl. Let it soak up the mixture, wring to prevent dripping, and apply to the achy area. Keep the wrap on for at least ten minutes.
Apple cider vinegar is full of acid. For that reason, never drink straight. Always mix with water. This should not be a problem, as most are unable to stomach the sour taste anyways. As with most natural supplements, it is available in capsules form. You can take these, but it is best to opt for the real thing. You receive added health benefits and get a better value for your money.
Now that you have three different apple cider vinegar remedies, you may wonder exactly what they will do for you. As previously stated, results will vary. With that said, most noticed a decrease or elimination in pain. Users also noticed increased mobility. So, not only was it less painful to move around, but easier too!
Apple cider vinegar is not an immediate pain reliever. You may notice some improvement right away, but continued use is best. The longer you drink an apple cider vinegar mixture or soak your joints, the more benefits you feel. Some arthritis patients commented that they stopped drinking or soaking in the mixture due to improved movement and less pain. Unfortunately, those same individuals saw their pain return.
on Jun 1 2010. Filed under Arthritis.
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