Apple cider vinegar is acidic. The main ingredient in apple cider vinegar is acetic acid; therefore, the acid content is quite high. More »

Apple cider vinegar is believed to help control diabetes, assist in weight loss, relieve acid reflux and even get rid of hiccups and a host of other maladies. Apple cider vinegar has similar effects on blood glucose leve... More »

Dr. Mercola asserts that apple cider vinegar is highly acidic, but there is no research to support its use as a home remedy for warts. The Mayo Clinic identifies salicylic acid as a common treatment and does not identify... More »

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

Gardeners can test acidic or alkaline levels of soil with a pH testing kit, or use a do-it-yourself method with vinegar and baking soda, according to Organic Gardening at About.com. Scoop soil into a plastic container, a... More »

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Apple cider vinegar helps with controlling diabetes and blood sugar levels, according to WebMD. Cider vinegar's antiglycemic effect is similar to certain medications that control blood sugar in that it blocks some starch... More »

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Apple cider vinegar may help diabetics maintain their blood glucose levels by lowering the glycemic level of food in the digestive tract, WebMD reports. It also is used to boost the body's ability to fight off infection,... More »

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