According to Bon Appetit, it is completely safe to drink pickle juice. The online magazine recommends drinking the juice as one way to deal with the liquid left over in a jar after all the pickles have been eaten. More »

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Pickle juice may help lessen muscle cramps in athletes, according to Picklelicious. The juice includes salt, vinegar, water and calcium chloride. It may help replace salt and other electrolytes lost when athletes sweat 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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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 »

Although the total calorie count will vary depending on the size of the pickle, a typical 4 inch long pickle contains 16 calories. Of those 16 calories, two are from fat. More »

To make a pickle glow, insert a thick copper wire into each end of the pickle. Cut a power cord, and strip the insulation off the wires at the end. Cut the live wire about 6 inches shorter than the ground wire, then wrap... More »

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Caffeine is harmful when taken excessively. Negative health effects of caffeine include difficulty in sleeping, increased anxiety, restlessness, trembling muscles and a rapid heart rate. More »