“Historically, apple cider vinegar has been used for a variety of different purposes, such as helping to detoxify the liver, purifying blood, cleansing the lymph nodes and boosting immunity. In ancient Greece, Hippocrates even prescribed it mixed with a bit of honey to help cure coughs and colds.
In the 17th century, Europeans began using vinegar medicinally. They started preparing it in syrups and antiseptics and even used it as a gargle to kill off germs.“ – Dr. Axe
1. What are some helpful benefits of apple cider vinegar?
- Helps with upset stomach,
- Sore Throat,
- Lowers Cholesterol,
- Prevent Indigestion,
- Fights Diabetes …And much more.
2. Why is it good for your health?
- Historical Home Remedy,
- Heart Health,
- Help with Dandruff
- Weight loss,
- Lower Blood Pressure
Readers Digest: https://www.rd.com/health/wellness/apple-cider-vinegar-benefits/
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