Remedy: Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple Cider Vinegar. Traditional home remedy for heartburn/reflux and many ailments detailed on this site. How to use it. What to buy. Warnings on its use.
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Remedy (new) posted by JohnM of Sydney, NSW, Australia on 6 May 2010 at 19:11 154
I'm 60, and a couple of years ago had several ailments that have now been cured. On my scalp, and also my right hand there were rough dry scaly patches like a yellow-white crust, which I had for several years making my hand and balding head look ugly. Nothing that I tried could ever heal it. My doctor said that it was Solar Keratosis (also known as an actinic keratosis). He said there was no real cure, but they could be frozen off or cut out. If I left them, that there was a chance that they could eventually turn into a skin cancer like squamous cell carcinoma. After some research I decided to try apple cider vinegar instead. I bought some unpasteurised ACV that contained the mother. It took a month of drinking 3 glasses per day of water, ACV and half a teaspoon of raw honey, and also applying the neat ACV directly to the keratoses with a cotton wool tip. My skin is now smooth, the keratoses have virtually healed. The skin all over my body looks better. I also feel really good. I had been feeling quite depressed and down. There had been cycles of depression for years. Since starting the ACV my depression seems to have lifted. I sleep better, I am not restless, the mood swings have diminished. I have so much energy I can't remember being like this for many years. My usual aches and pains have virtually disappeared. ACV is the cheapest and most effective remedy I have ever tried. Thank you so much
Comment posted by Eric of Rondebosch, Cape Town, South Africa on 5 August 2010 at 19:25 355
May I enthusiastically offer my support for apple cider vinegar to cure two skin ailments - WARTS and KERATOSIS. I dipped a small piece of cotton wool in ACV and put it directly on a wart, then covered with an air and water-tight bandage. I left on overnight for about 9 hours. The rest of the day it was open and uncovered. I continued this treatment for about 3 weeks, as it was a well established, large, deep wart. The first 2 applications stung and throbbed a bit, but after that the procedure was painless. The area looked soft and white at first, a bit ulcerated and messy for a while. But after three weeks it painlessly peeled off. For another three weeks I continued to dab a little ACV on the area each day, without bandage. The wart has not recurred after over a year! I used the same procedure for a keratosis on my arm, except that after removing the bandage, I applied a little virgin coconut oil â€“ only very little. This really works, folks!
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