Apple cider vinegar seasonal allergy remedy

Apple cider vinegar seasonal allergy remedy

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) estimates around 36 million people in the United States alone suffer from seasonal allergies, known also by the common name of hay fever and the more technical name allergic rhinitis. At least one out of every 5 Americans suffers from allergies. Allergens such as Pollen are the culprits. Symptoms may include itchy eyes, sneezing, nasal congestion, and wheezing.

Apple cider vinegar, known as cider vinegar or ACV, is a type of vinegar made by crushing apples and squeezing out the liquid.

ACV has long been used as for its medicinal properties dating back to 400 B.C., when Hippocrates used it to treat his patients.

AVC is considered to be a potent remedy for illnesses and overall health.

This apple cider vinegar remedy will help relieve allergy symptoms.

 

 

 

6 Comments

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  2. Linda Jones says:

    I do not have allergies, howeverI have been using vinegar, honey and water as posted here snd there, for morning and evening detox. It’s generally recommended to use half hour before meals also. I use 2tsp vinegar, tsp honey, approx. 4 oz. Water. What I would like to know, is it ok to make up, say a day or two,a batch at time. Rather than each seving at a time. Thank you for any information on this!
    Love your blog and FB!! So much helpful information. Thank you!

    • Hi Linda. So glad you like out page and FB page. Yes you can prepare for up to 3 days and need to keep refrigerated. But we recommend taking it fresh as often as possible 🙂

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