How do you stop joint pain using apple cider vinegar?


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Joint pain can be treated with apple-cider vinegar by mixing 1 cup of apple-cider vinegar with 6 cups of warm water, notes Natural News. An alternative is to mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar with 1 tablespoon of either olive or coconut oil, and rubbing it onto joints.

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What makes apple-cider vinegar effective in helping to relive joint pain is that the pectin in the vinegar draws out toxins in the joints and flushes the toxins from the system, says Natural News. There are also acids in apple-cider vinegar that cleanse the rest of the body. Since arthritis is also connected to poor digestion, a person who suffers from arthritis should consume 1 tablespoon of unprocessed vinegar in order to help the body properly absorb the nutrients necessary for optimum joint health.

Unprocessed, organic and unfiltered apple-cider vinegar is the best type of vinegar to use to relieve joint pain, notes Natural News. The vinegar should have noticeable residue inside of the bottle and a bronze hue. The residue is the nutrients and enzymes that are beneficial in helping with joint pain and have a number of additional health benefits. While apple cider is available in other forms, none of them are as effective as raw vinegar.

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