While there is no support for the notion that pickle juice cleans out the system, it has provided relief from hangover, heartburn, premenstrual syndrome and the dip in electrolytes after a workout, according to Medical D... More »

Research shows that ingestion of moderate amounts of pickle juice has no discernible positive or negative effect on the body. There is no scientific evidence that pickle juice can clean out your body, but research also s... More »

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Cranberry juice doesn't cleanse the systems of the body, but it can prevent blood clots and cancerous tumors and reduce swelling due to its high salicylic acid content, according to WebMD. Cranberry juice is also effecti... More »

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Pickles are used for food, beverages and beauty tonics, and pickle juice has many great health benefits, according to Medical Daily. Pickle juice can be used to help reduce heartburn, remedy premenstrual syndrome, treat ... More »

According to Medical Daily, pickle juice is healthy and can be used to treat a variety of issues, including heartburn and muscle cramps. Medical Daily notes that pickle juice can also help rebuild electrolytes following ... More »

Some good ways to cure a hangover include sleeping extra hours, taking over-the-counter painkillers and drinking beverages that contain electrolytes. Other good ways to cure a hangover are drinking lots of water and eati... More »

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To pickle vegetables, boil brine made from equal parts of water and vinegar, salt, sugar equal to half the vinegar, and herbs and spices to taste. Pour the brine to within a half inch from the rims of clean, wide-mouth j... More »

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