Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Treat Lyme Disease with Apple Cider Vinegar
Apple cider vinegar is a folk medicine cure used for hundreds of years. It is made by fermenting apple juice. It acts as an antiseptic, and antibiotic, killing the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. Apple cider vinegar has also been used to treat acid reflux, arthritis, diabetes, and high blood pressure. (Note: Apple cider vinegar can irritate ulcers or heartburn.)
How to Take Apple Cider Vinegar for Lyme Disease
Use organic and unfiltered apple cider vinegar if possible, because it will not contain remnants of pesticides from sprayed apples. Mix one to three teaspoons of apple cider vinegar into an eight-ounce cup of water. This can be sweetened with honey to taste. Drink before a meal three times a day. Use room temperature water, or hot water, which makes the drink taste like a tangy tea.