Sunday, February 24, 2008

Apple Cider Vinegar Plus Honey Equals Good Health

It seems that 2 ingredients, commonly found in our kitchens, can offer some wonderful, healthful benefits with virtually no side-effects. Those 2 ingredients:

Apple Cider Vinegar



mixed with some water can help with everything from colds to arthritis to insomnia.

According to Deforrest Clinton Jarvis, M.D. (1881-1966) a graduate of the University of Vermont Medical College, a bloodstream that is too alkaline is more prone to infections, and he believed that this increase was a direct result of higher fats and processed foods in the modern diet. He found that increasing the acid in one's system seemed to decrease the alkalinity, and that by drinking the vinegar/honey solution was one way of accomplishing that. He also discovered that the acid (from the cider vinegar) dissolved calcium deposits in joints, hence its efficacy for arthritic conditions.



2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
2 tablespoons honey

in a glass of water

and sip.

For a full list of what apple cider vinegar can help with click here.

For insomnia (which I have written about here before, and from which I suffer)

mix 1 or 2 tablespoons apple cider vinegar
with 2 tablespoons of honey

and mix in a small amount of warm water

sip a while before bed time.

Apparently, this concoction does not help you fall asleep, so much as helps keep you asleep once you do.

Good health to you all.

I read somewhere that this is NOT good for children under 2. But as always, check before you proceed.


Aaron Dawson said...

I've heard good things about this.

Incognito said...

It's amazing how both honey and vinegar both together and separately are very healthy.

Anonymous said...

i tried drinking a mixture of water, apple cider vinegar and honey before hitting the sack last night and it was truly one of the best sleeps i've ever had!

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Anonymous said...

Read up on this and decided to give this a whirl. First try and I'm feeling nauseous with a grumbly tummy. XP I'm hoping that after a good nights sleep I'll feel better.

Incognito said...

Sorry to hear that! I hope you at least had a good nights sleep. Let me know if you did or not.