As of June 2015, there is no proper dosage of apple cider vinegar for daily detoxification, although some individuals take 2 teaspoons or more apple cider vinegar combined with a cup of juice or water daily, explains WebMD. Dehydrated apple cider vinegar is also available in 285-milligram tablets.
No clinical trials have established or refuted the effectiveness of apple cider vinegar when people use it to lose weight, improve skin health, lower blood pressure, or detoxify the body, notes WebMD. No official recommendations exist for using apple cider vinegar since it has not been proven as a treatment. Consuming apple cider vinegar in small doses is likely safe; however there are risks in consuming larger amounts or using it for long periods of time. Using full-strength apple cider vinegar can erode tooth enamel, and throat and mouth injuries can occur when using it as a liquid or tablet.