ACV has also been used for common skin problems. It can be used as a topical astringent for acne prone skin, and some even report that taking ACV orally every day has helped clear their skin. It has been used to get rid of warts as well. This home wart removal remedy consists of using a band aid and a cotton ball soaked in ACV overnight, every night, until the wart disappears.
One of the most commonly mentioned benefits of ACV is that those who take it every day report that they rarely get sick. While the exact mechanism is not known for this interesting “side effect”, it most likely can be chalked up to ACV’s unique blend of vitamins, minerals and enzymes. It also possesses antimicrobial and antiseptic properties, which may help explain why it wards off sickness.
Apple cider vinegar also possesses a component called acetic acid, which may also be responsible for aiding in digestion. It also may be responsible for greater ease and efficiency of fat metabolism and of stabilizing blood sugar levels. These properties, when combined with its vitamin and enzyme content, make for a wonderful addition to almost any diet.
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