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Apple Cider Vinegar Uses

  1. Boosts Gut Health 

By opting for organic raw apple cider vinegar, you can add a healthy dose of beneficial bacteria into your diet. This bacteria can enhance the health of your digestive system and deliver a host of added gut bacteria benefits like increased immunity and an improved ability to digest and absorb nutrients. Incorporate one to two tablespoons into your diet per day along with other fermented foods such as kombucha or kefir for best results.

  1. Soothes Sunburns

If you’ve spent a little too much time in the sun, apple cider vinegar is a great natural remedy for soothing dry, sunburnt skin. Add a cup of apple cider vinegar plus 1/4 cup coconut oil and some lavender essential oil to a lukewarm bath and soak to provide sunburn relief.

  1. Regulates Blood Sugar

Apple cider vinegar benefits your blood sugar levels and can even increase insulin sensitivity. Try diluting one to two tablespoons in an 8-ounce cup of water and drinking before meals to keep blood sugar levels steady.

  1. Fights Fungus

Fungal infections like athlete’s foot, toenail fungus, jock itch or yeast infections can be easily treated with the help of apple cider vinegar. Creating an antifungal spray is one of the most effective apple cider vinegar uses. Combined with other fungus-fighting ingredients, it can reduce symptoms and provide relief fast.

  1. Improves Skin Health

Apple cider vinegar benefits for skin include treating acne and reducing scarring. Known for its antibacterial and healing properties, apple cider vinegar benefits skin health by killing off strains of acne-causing bacteria. Try an apple cider vinegar toner to help enhance skin health.

  1. Enhances Circulation

Some studies have found that applying apple cider vinegar to varicose veins could help reduce symptoms. (13) Try combining with witch hazel and scrubbing in a circular motion to improve circulation and alleviate symptoms.