Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple-cider vinegar, or cider vinegar, is less acidic than wine vinegar and therefore, easier to digest. It is enriched with essential nutrients such as potassium, magnesium, calcium, beta-carotene, thiamin, vitamins B, C, and E, and pectin.
It has been in use since ages a sit has many healing properties. Researches have shown that its regular intake can relieve fatigue and help lower cholesterol levels by purifying the blood and preventing clots, thus helps relieving circulatory disorders. Cider vinegar is an all-around remedy for ailments affecting the skin, heart, and digestive system. Cider vinegar is also a widely used natural remedy for dermal problems and irritations, such as calluses, sunburns, insect bites, and dry and itchy skin. It is also used to reduce fever..
Here are some ways to use Apple-cider vinegar:
*To lower cholesterol level: Mix 3-4 spoons of vinegar in a glass of water and drink it early morning or before meals.
*To relieve fatigue and feel energized: Drink a glass of warm water, mixed with two teaspoons of cider vinegar and 2 teaspoons of honey, twice a day.
*To reduce fever: Mix equal parts of cider vinegar and cold water in a small basin. Dip a piece of cloth or face towel in the mixture, wring it out, and place it on the forehead of the feverish person. Repeat when the cloth loses its coolness. This method can also be applied to help relieve sunburned or mildly burned skin.
*To relieve dry and itchy skin: Use equal parts of cider and vinegar as a rinse. This solution can also be used directly on the scalp before a shampoo to treat dandruff.
*To soften corns and calluses: Dip a piece of gauze in cider vinegar and apply it on the affected area. Let the vinegar soften the skin overnight by taping the gauze in place.