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Home Remedies Using Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider is a great autumn drink, and apple cider vinegar is a great ingredient to use in your fall dishes. What you may not have known is that apple cider vinegar has many uses when it comes to home remedies from gout to sunburns. Here are a few of our favorites that we wanted to let you in on:

Varicose Veins As we get older, the valves in our veins that help pump the blood through the body can weaken. If the blood doesn’t flow properly, it can get caught in the vein and cause the vein to swell. This is what we know as varicose veins. Instead of dealing with expensive surgeries, try the apple cider home remedy! The recipe for this is to rub the vinegar into the skin of the affected area once at night and once in the morning. In addition, you’ll want to drink a glass of water with two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar mixed into it twice a day. If you stick to this regimen, you should see improvement in about one month.

Apple Cider VinegarSunburns We’ve all been there – spent a great day at the pool or the beach and get home just to realize your shoulders are a nice and red with a sunburn. If you find yourself regretting your decision not to wear sunblock, which you should always wear, you can always grab yourself a bottle of apple cider vinegar.  If you have a small sunburn, soak a washcloth in apple cider vinegar and lay it across the burn. Leave it on for as long as possible to allow the vinegar to soak into the skin; this helps prevent peeling as well. If you have a larger burn, draw yourself a cool bath and add one cup of apple cider vinegar. When you get out of the bath, pat yourself dry and wait five minutes. Lastly, pat aloe vera gel onto the affected area. You’ll feel much better!

Dandruff Dandruff is caused by dead skin cells being shed from the scalp in excess. We all shed dead skin cells, but if you suffer from dandruff it just means that your skin is renewing itself more often than average. No big deal! Dandruff is very common, and there are many solutions for the problem, including an apple cider vinegar home remedy. Simply apply pure apple cider vinegar to the scalp and work it into the roots of your hair. Leave it in your hair for thirty minutes to an hour before washing your hair. This will relieve the itching and will cause any dead skin cells sitting on the skin to flake off, leave you with flake free scalp and hair.>

For more home remedies that use apple cider vinegar, check out this website: http://www.apple-cider-vinegar-benefits.com/home-remedies.html

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