Apple cider vinegar is a natural cure-all.
Vinegars, like apple cider vinegar, is an amazing creation, and it is very versatile. It has been around for thousands of years and is still being used today for its powerful health benefits, beauty resources, and cleaning abilities.
When I first learned about vinegar's many uses, I was excited to know that I could use it for cleaning. Regular, inexpensive, store-bought, white vinegar has been a wonderful substitute for use in my kitchen. I am happier knowing that when I clean with vinegar, my family is not contaminating their foods by setting them on countertops and tabletops that have toxic cleaning agents all over them. I am put at ease knowing that my family can eat finger foods that are void of the residue typically left behind from harmful, inorganic, cleaning agents. When my daughter wants to help in the kitchen by cleaning our glass tabletop, I no longer worry that she is inhaling potentially life-changing chemicals.
I also love apple cider vinegar (ACV). To me, it is a fountain of youth. Although I don't use it as such, I have used it successfully for other purposes. I found that by taking a tablespoon of ACV in water with a little honey or xylitol throughout the day, I could cure a sinus infection. I proved this to myself, twice. ACV has antibacterial and antiseptic properties that are one hundred percent natural and, again, inexpensive.
Another benefit to taking ACV is its ability to eliminate fatigue. Yes, you heard right. By taking ACV, fatigue will be gone in two hours. Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Krebs proved this theory in 1953.
ACV helps restore to health people with fibromyalgia, arthritis, acid reflux, migraines, yeast and yeast-related infections, including dandruff, and many, many more. I use Bragg's ACV because it is mainstream, so it can be found at most grocery and drug stores.
If you can't stomach the taste then you can purchase really inexpensive capsules at a health food store.