Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey…to Your Health

Doctor’s bills are very expensive. Prescriptions for medicines are also very expensive. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could avoid writing some of those checks to our medical care providers and to our local pharmacies? Maybe we can.

For a lot less money than what it costs to visit the doctor and pay for our prescriptions, we can try to keep ourselves healthy through the simple use of apple cider vinegar and honey. By consuming it regularly, we not only can help prevent a wide variety of problems, but also treat many of the health issues we might already have.

First off, here’s how to make this simple solution. In a 10-ounce glass of cold, filtered water, stir in two tablespoons of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar and two tablespoons of raw, wildflower honey. Then, either drink it as is or heat it up in the microwave oven for about 30 seconds and drink it as a tea.

Why apple cider vinegar and honey? Apple cider vinegar works as a “detoxifier” in your blood stream, cleansing various organs in the body. It also contains a high amount of potassium, which is important for the normal growth of the body and for the replacement of worn-out tissues. It can prevent blood vessels from hardening, and can act as a restraining influence on those who are overly excitable and nervous. Honey serves to
make the taste much more tolerable, and we all know how good this natural sweetener is for us.

Now, following is a list of ailments for which apple cider vinegar and honey can be beneficial. You won’t believe how many different problems it can help with. In no particular order, this inexpensive and easy-to-make concoction can aid with high blood pressure, kidney and bladder issues, asthma, arthritis, diarrhea, headaches, coughs, heartburn, hay fever, dizziness, colitis, insomnia, hiccups, hearing problems, hair loss and blood loss.

Have you ever combined apple cider vinegar and honey in a drink for medicinal purposes? If so, please let me know what kind of results you’ve achieved and whether you used it as a preventative or to help with a specific ailment?


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