As of 2015, no medical studies can definitively prove the health benefits of mother of vinegar, according to Authority Nutrition. However, mother of vinegar may aid in weight management, regulate blood pressure and encourage better stomach digestion, reports WebMD.
The mother, a group of pulp strands found in unfiltered apple cider, contain a variety of bacteria that may aid in reducing constipation, increasing heart health and destroying cancerous cells in the body, states Authority Nutrition. Consumers dilute 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with water, and then drink as usual.
Ingesting too much vinegar or drinking undiluted vinegar can lead to a loss of tooth enamel and damage the esophagus, claims WebMD. Mother of vinegar should not replace prescription medications for diseases and medical conditions, including diabetes and cancer.