Apple cider vinegar is readily available at supermarkets and specialty stores. It’s used in salad dressings, marinades, vinaigrettes, and more. It’s also got plenty of homeopathic uses. Check out this list of interesting ways to use apple cider vinegar and see if it’s something you need to pick up on your next grocery run!
Mix one part water with one part apple cider vinegar and combine in a spray bottle. A few drops of scented essential oil can add a scent to this cleaner, which should work great on glass and bathroom surfaces.
Apple cider vinegar will help reduce inflammation in contusions and bruises. Apply the liquid with a cotton ball or a pad daily and let it dissolve into the bruise.
Help For Diabetics
Researchers have found that people with diabetes can benefit from drinking small amounts of apple cider vinegar. Two tablespoons of the liquid mixed with water and noncaloric sweetener reduce glucose levels and insulin response before a high-carbohydrate meal.