Apple cider vinegar has few side effects and is generally considered safe for adults to consume or use externally, according to WebMD. Side effects, which are rare, include lowered blood sugar levels in diabetics, lowere... More »

Information about the side effects of apple cider vinegar can be found through various resources, such as WebMD and About.com. Consuming large amounts of apple cider vinegar may cause side effects, according to WebMD. In... More »

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No serious side effects have been reported from ingesting small amounts of apple cider vinegar on a regular basis, but WebMD notes insufficient evidence to prove any effectiveness for weight loss. Low potassium levels ma... More »

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D-mannose is considered safe for most adults; however, it can cause loose stool and bloating, according to WebMD. High doses of d-mannose pose a risk for kidney damage. More »

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For most adults, when used correctly, peppermint oil is safe though side effects, such as allergic reactions, anal burning during bouts of diarrhea, and heartburn, are possible, according to WebMD. Pregnant or breastfeed... More »

www.reference.com Health Medications & Vitamins Side Effects

Information about the side effects of apple cider vinegar can be found through various resources, such as WebMD and About.com. Consuming large amounts of apple cider vinegar may cause side effects, according to WebMD. In... More »

www.reference.com Health Medications & Vitamins Side Effects

Apple cider vinegar, along with other types of vinegar, goes bad after around 5 years. It stays good indefinitely if it is unopened. More »