Amazing List of 50 Uses for Apple Cider Vinegar - Plus Instructions on How to Consume It Without Gagging!
By now you know well how amazing apple cider vinegar is - but check out this list of FIFTY fantastic uses!
The list of FIFTY uses below is just a small portion of what ACV can do for you and your family, too!
- Add to Bone Broth: Mix a few spoonfuls into your bone broth to add a kick and some extra detox power.
- Alkalization: Regularly consuming ACV can help your body maintain a healthy pH level.
- Allergies: 1 tablespoon in water and 1 Tbs. local organic raw honey daily to combat allergy season.
- All Purpose Cleaner: Mix 1 part water, 1 part ACV and 2-3 drops of your favorite essential oil together in a spray bottle. ACV is double fermented and an excellent detoxifier. Making your own cleaner is a fantastic way to get rid of unnecessary chemicals in your home.
- Antifungal: Apply ACV topically to affected area or soak the area in 1 part ACV 5 parts water for 30 minutes a day if possible.
- Anti-Itch: If you’ve become the unfortunate enemy of a jellyfish or even poison ivy, some ACV should do the trick to get rid of the itchiness. Simply apply directly to the skin and let it work its magic.
- Bad Breath: Mix 1 tablespoon ACV in a cup of water and gargle for 10 seconds.
- Baked Goods: Add to baked goods to add an extra lift. Don’t worry; a small amount won’t be detected by the kids or the guests.
- Bruises: Warm up a cup of ACV and mix in 1 teaspoon of salt. Apply to bruise as a compress.
- Burns: Apply ACV to the burn as soon as possible to help soothe pain and stimulate healing. ACV will also help to disinfect. Note: do not apply to open wounds.
- Candida: ACV is rich in enzymes that help the body combat candida. Take ½ tablespoon twice daily.
- Clear Sinuses: A stuffy nose that won’t clear is the worst. Try sipping a cup of water mixed with ACV – it will act as an antibacterial in your throat and may help decrease and break up the mucus.
- Clear Skin: Soak a washcloth in ACV and apply to your face to lessen oil. This will also help with scarring from acne.
- Condiment Enhancer: ACV can liven up condiments like a rockstar. Try adding a little to sauces, marinades, and vinaigrettes. Mix ACV with a little olive oil and fresh herbs for a simple topping for meat or salad. Mix with lemon juice for a great veggie dressing!
- Cramping: Rub directly on the area that is cramping for relief.
- Dandruff: Mix equal parts water/vinegar in a spray bottle and spray on hair after shampoo, let sit for 15 minutes, then rinse. Repeat for a few days until dandruff problem disappears. Repeat once every week or so for maintenance.
- Detox Bath: Add 1 cup ACV to your bath along with a ⅓-1 cup of Epsom salts and 5-10 drops essential oils. Adding sea salt, ginger and baking soda are also great options for further detoxification and relaxation.
- Detoxify the Liver: Take 1-2 teaspoons in an 8 oz glass of water in the morning, followed by eating raw organic fruit and vegetables and lots of water throughout the day.
- Dish Detergent: Use in your dishwasher to help remove grease!
- Energy Boost: Add a little to a fresh morning juice or smoothie (just a little, it packs a strong taste!).
- Exercise Fatigue: Take a tablespoon ACV in a cup of water after a workout to battle post-workout exhaustion. Lactic acid builds up in the body after a workout and causes fatigue. The amino acids in ACV provide a perfect antidote.
- Facial Toner: Mix 1 teaspoon ACV in a little water and apply to face with a cotton ball. Yes, the smell is strong but it dissipates quickly and will improve your skin. Repeat daily for best results.
- Flea Repellent (pets): ACV makes an awesome natural flea repellent, that actually works! Simply apply topically to your dog’s skin or put in a spray bottle and spray over the fur and in the dog’s bed.
- Flytrap: Put some ACV and a drop of dish soap in a bowl and set on the counter to attract and kill fruits flies.
- Foot Odor: Pour ACV over baby wipes, store in a plastic bag and refrigerate overnight and use as needed. Also, works as an underarm deodorizer.
- Gas and Constipation: Dilute a tablespoon of ACV into warm tea and drink before a meal. Vinegar stimulates digestive juices (HCl – hydrochloric acid) that help your body break down food.
- Hair Detangler: Mix in a spray bottle with 1 part water to 1 part ACV and spritz on hair when combing.
- Hand and Foot Massage: Rub on your hands and feet after a long day to relieve tired muscles.
- Heartburn: Dilute a tablespoon or so in some water or tea anytime you feel heartburn symptoms coming on. If it is too nasty for you to swallow, add a little raw honey.
- Insulin Sensitivity: Regularly taking ACV may help keep blood sugar levels balanced.
- Lymph Circulation: Take daily for detox benefits and to help build immunity. ½ tablespoon mixed in some tea or lemon water every morning should do the trick.
- Mix with Fruit Juice: Might seem a little strange pairing vinegar with fruit juice, but it is actually pretty good! Try mixing a small amount of ACV into a grape or a similar type of juice. It is an easy and tasty way to get a daily dose of ACV. Please note: we mean fresh pressed juice, not store-bought varieties, which are loaded with sugar.
- Neutralize Spices: When you’ve accidentally added one too many shakes of cayenne powder to your dinner, add 1 teaspoon ACV at a time until the taste returns to where you want it!
- Odor Remover: ACV breaks down the volatile compounds and kills bacteria that causes unpleasant odors around the house. You can mix 1 part water and 1 part ACV in a spray bottle and use in rooms where a bad odor is present.
- Post Shaving Treatment: Mix ACV 50/50 with water and apply to skin for a soothing aftershave.
- Relieves Gout: Take 2-3 tablespoons, 2-3 times every day.
- Shiny Hair: Rinse your hair in 1 part ACV and 1 part water after shampooing for a great shine.
- Skin Tags, Moles, Warts: Soak a cotton ball with some ACV, place over the skin tag, mole or wart and secure with medical tape (duct tape works too!). Leave on overnight and wash area once removed. Repeat nightly until wart problem is gone.
- Sore Muscles: Mix a tablespoon with water and gulp it down for pain relief or rub it directly over sore muscles.
- Sore Throat: Combine 1 teaspoon ACV, 1 teaspoon cayenne pepper, and 3 teaspoons raw honey in a glass of warm water. ACV and honey have antibacterial properties to help speed up recovery and the capsaicin in hot peppers will help soothe the pain.
- Soups: Add a splash of ACV to your soup for a little extra punch.
- Stop Dogs/Cats From Chewing On Your Stuff: Most animals hate the smell of vinegar and will avoid chewing on cords, couches, etc. if you dab some ACV on them once a week. If your dog pees in the house, clean it up with ACV cleaner, and they’ll never pee there again.
- Sunburn: Add a cup or two of ACV to a bath and soak for ten minutes. This helps the skin feel soothed and cool, as well as restores the skin’s pH.
- Upset Stomach: ACV has antibiotic properties and pectin, which are soothing the stomach. For a stomach soothing cocktail combine: 2 teaspoons ACV, 1 tablespoon fresh ginger water, 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice, 8 ounces sparkling water and raw honey to taste. Take a swig in a glass of water when you start feeling unsettled or bloated.
- Urine Smell in Clothes: Add ½ cup to the washing machine to get urine smell out of clothing.
- Wash Fruits and Veggies: Use some ACV to wash your fruits and veggies before you eat them. This is important to remove any pesticides or chemicals that may have been sprayed on them before they were harvested.
- Weed Killer: There are lots of recipes for using ACV as a weed killer. You can use it on its own, mix with dish soap, water, salt and/or lemon juice.
- Weight Loss: The acetic acid in ACV suppresses appetite and reduces water retention. Take a ½ tablespoon in some fresh lemon water every morning or before meals for best results.
- Whiten Teeth: Apply directly to teeth and then rinse with water. Don’t often do as it may break down tooth enamel. For a more gentle approach, dilute with water and use as a mouth rinse.
- Yeast Infection: Add 1 ½ cups of ACV to a bath and soak for 20 minutes.
What an amazing product!
When buying ACV, be sure it includes the “mother,” which will be listed on the label. The “mother” occurs naturally as connected strand-like chains of protein enzyme molecules and helps ensure your ACV is effective.
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