I was drinking a spoon full a day in water. In my mind I said it tasted like lemonade.
That was before I found out how bad it is on the enamel of my teeth. Isaak did a test on what would break down crushed egg shells the fastest. Egg shells are similar to the enamel of your teeth. Apple Cider Vinegar won. It broke down the egg shells faster than Coke did!
I could still drink it by using a metal straw, or I could take it in pill form.
I'll probably do both.
BeLive Apple Cider Vinegar Pills
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Why Apple Cider?
- It is a detox for your system
- It helps with high cholesterol - which I get from both sides of the family
- It helps with allergies and asthma!
Why Apple Cider Help With Allergies and Asthma?
People with allergies and asthma need more acid in our systems. I'm likely to also have GERD. It makes sense. I had stomach problems off and on my whole life. It was really bad when I was little. The acidity in apple cider vinegar helps hydrochloric acid, or stomach acid, do its job which may be why apple cider vinegar relieves acid reflux, and hence asthma.
It's kind of the opposite of what you'd think. You need acid to treat an acid problem. The same opposite thing goes for wet days; if I get a dry smoker sounding cough, a humidifier tends to break up the cough.
Step 2 Shake the bottle to distribute the mother throughout the bottle. This is what contains most of the healing properties, so you want to make sure that you consume some.
Step 3 Pour one tablespoonful of apple cider vinegar into a glass of water and stir it well, or I put a cap on my drink and shake it every so often. Drink it in sips spread out over about half an hour.
Step 4 Repeat the treatment after another hour if wheezing has still not gone away.
Step 5 If you still don’t get relief, soak a cotton pad in shook up apple cider vinegar, and apply pressure as you hold it against the insides of your wrists. Some asthma sufferers say it can help.
Step 6 Store your apple cider vinegar in a dark, cool place, or in the fridge.
Understand that while it seems that ingesting vinegar would have nothing to do with the ability to breathe, apple cider vinegar is also a common folk remedy for acid reflux, a symptom of GERD, which is closely related to asthma in many cases.
Acid in the esophagus triggers a reflex, which causes the airways to shrink. Other symptoms of GERD include asthma-like hoarseness and chronic cough (both I get).
According to the Cleveland Clinic Foundation, a nonprofit academic medical center integrating research and education with clinical and hospital care, “it is estimated that more than 75 percent of patients with asthma also experience gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). People with asthma are twice as likely to have GERD as those people who do not have asthma. Of those people with asthma, those who have a severe, chronic form that is resistant to treatment are most likely to also have GERD.” The acidity in apple cider vinegar helps hydrochloric acid, or stomach acid, do its job which may be why apple cider vinegar relieves acid reflux, and hence asthma.
Coffee is great to drink during an asthma attack as well. It's a stimulant, so it opens up the airway. Don't add milk, or sugar that are known to create mucus. Unsweetened almond or a spoon full of local honey can be added if you don't like your coffee plain.
- I've already covered that they don't mess up the enamel on your teeth.
- They are easy to take!
- They help with weight loss.
- They are organic.
- They are vegetarian. This doesn't so much matter to me, but it's important to others!
- They are made in the USA.
- They are FDA approved.
Fill it Up and Charge Me More
This goes out to all companies that package ANYTHING. Fill up the bottles and bags, and charge me more.
Leave it the same price, and package it in a smaller bottle!
Look at all That Waisted Room!
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Disclaimer: I got this product for a discounted price in exchange for an honest review. I only agree to review things my family, or readers will like, or use. All opinions are my own.