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How does a person take apple cider vinegar?

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Apple cider vinegar is an unproven treatment, so there's a lack of certifiable information from the medical community on how much of it to take and under what circumstances. However, that hasn't stopped people from sharing how they use this kitchen cure.

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To potentially lower their blood sugar levels and get rid of their stomach troubles, among other benefits, some people take about 2 teaspoons a day and mix it in a cup of either water or a clear juice, like apple juice. Others opt for it in solid form and take a 285 milligram tablet of the dehydrated kind, according to WebMD.

To remedy a sore throat, Dr. Mehmet Oz suggests mixing 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar, 1 teaspoon of cayenne pepper and 3 teaspoons of clover honey in a glass of warm water.

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