Explanation of the Process
Apple Cider Vinegar is made from mature cider apples and is a rich source of minerals, organic matter and acetic acid. Take 10 -15 ml of vinegar in water three times-a-day with or without honey for six weeks. The hard acid deposits connected with arthritis are very similar in substance to the shell of an egg. Apple cider vinegar has the power to dissolve those acid deposits, so they pass out naturally via urine. Try this yourself - place an egg, complete with shell, in a jar or glass. Cover the egg with 'neat' apple cider vinegar and in two days, the shell will have completely dissolved, leaving just the contents in a thin, rubbery membrane. (Curing Arthritis - The Drug-Free Way by Margaret Hills, SRN, Sheldon Press, 36 Causton Street, London SW1P 3ST). You may contact Priya Patankar (see page 82) to get a copy of this book.
When apple cider vinegar is taken, it is absorbed through the gastrointestinal system and it achieves adequate concentration in the blood. This blood which is also carried to the inflammed (painful) joints, carries the vinegar to the joints for a ‘local targeted’ action. Now under the influence of the cider vinegar, the acids or toxins are detoxified and are removed. They are now excreted through urine.
Arthritics are often overweight, due to the inactivity forced upon them. Their joints are so painful on movement that the natural reaction is to minimize the pain by keeping still. This makes them overweight. Apple cider vinegar is a natural diuretic and thus acts to some extent as a slimming agent.
Many arthritics also suffer from high blood pressure, angina or some form of circulatory disease. Apple cider vinegar helps them all as a blood normalizer. If the blood pressure is high, cider vinegar will bring it down partially. If blood pressure is low, it will raise the blood pressure partially.
Apple cider vinegar is a natural diuretic and thus acts to some extent as a slimming agent.
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