Apple cider vinegar (ACV) is so versatile which is why I’m such a huge fan of it. It’s something I personally add to water regularly to help support digestive health, this is also something I often recommend to clients as well.
ACV has been used in tonics and remedies to aid in overall good health, weight loss, reducing cholesterol, lowering blood sugar levels and warding off a cold. Triona from Wendyls is also a big ACV fan and has kindly shared with us 15 different ways you can use ACV.
Try using Apple Cider Vinegar …
Taking a tablespoon diluted in warm water each morning helps get the digestion system going.
To treat fungal infections by soaking in it twice daily until cured.
As a compress by soaking a cloth in ACV, then apply to the area to ease pain.
To get rid of bad breath, gargle with ACV for 10 seconds and spit out, repeat if necessary
By adding a tablespoon to your water bottle when working out to add in fighting lactic acid build up.
Under your arms as a quick natural deodorant, pat a little on and leave.
For acidity/heartburn add 1 teaspoon to 1/2 cup warm water and drink every 15 minutes.
As a soak for your hair and scalp. Pour on 1/3 of a cup (after your regular shampoo and conditioner routine) of ACV and leave for 15 minutes then rinse for shiny detangled hair and a dandruff free scalp.
As a detox bath, add 2 cups Epsom salts, 1 cup ACV and a few drops of Lavender Essential Oil to your bath and soak.
To help balance the PH of your skin, use as as a toner; 1 part AVC to 3 parts water
On pesky fruit flies, banish them by putting some ACV into a shallow dish with a drop of Green Goddess Castile Soap, set it on the counter as a trap.
Make a delicious light salad dressing by using instead of balsamic vinegar.
Clean your produce, wipe over fruit and vegetables with some ACV to remove any toxins.
Make your rice super fluffy! Add a teaspoon to the water when cooking your rice, no smell will remain and your rice will be light and fluffy.
Help to heal itchy dry skin by patting on liberally and leaving to dry.
I hope you found this helpful!