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Cider Vinegar; Medicinal uses

Cider vinegar is a natural astringent and inhibits diarrhoea. It improves digestion in people with low stomach acid and acts as an intestinal antiseptic, inhibiting the decaying processes of the intestines.. Because of this, it helps to overcome bad breath, originating in the stomach.

The normal method is to add 2 teaspoons (10ml) of the cider vinegar to a glass of water and take 1-3 times a day before meals. A teaspoonful of honey, makes this more palatable. See 'Cider Vinegar' 'Vinegar'

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