There is nothing supernatural with the use of natural homemade remedies to treat many kinds of sicknesses and ailments. Homemade or Natural remedies are aiding more and more people that are suffering from sicknesses or allergies that are totally preventable.
Apples contain pectin, a soluble fiber that’s great at absorbing stomach acid. Apples also contain malic and tartaric acid, that works to fight back any juices that flow up from your stomach. It is suitable for treatment of heartburn and is considered as alkaline nutrients that work at a cellular level to restore pH balance and prevent Gastroesophageal reflux disease.
Apple is packed with antioxidant and this helps rid the body of free radicals, which can damage the immune system, and is vital in triggering the response of our T cells to rid our body of invaders.
The immune system needs a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals to keep its energy up and working, because, it is constantly active, trying to figure out which cells are needful to your body and which are not. This means that the immune system.
Without the immune system, we would not have made much past the first few days of our life.
Apple Cider vinegar’s health benefit is almost immeasurable, with some theories having more concrete backing than others. It can be utilized in pacifying a sore throat and easing congestion.
Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar
- Can Kill Many Types of Harmful Bacteria
- Lowers Blood Sugar Levels and Fights Diabetes
- Helps You Lose Weight and Reduces Belly Fat
- Lowers Cholesterol and Improves Heart Health
- Have Protective Effects Against Cancer
- Stimulates Digestion With Helpful Gut Bacteria
- Detoxes Your Body, and Improves Skin And Hair Health
Apple Cider Vinegar Trap to Get Rid of Fruit Flies
Fruit flies can’t resist the odor of fermentation, and since apple cider vinegar is from fermented apples, it attracts flies and can be used to trap them. Heat the vinegar ahead of time to release more of its appealing fragrance.
You will need:
- Amason jar or something similar,
- A funnel,
- a half cup of Apple cider vinegar(or more than depending on the quantity),
- A drop of dish soap and
- A piece of ripe or overripe fruit (optional)
- Heat up a half cup or so of apple cider vinegar and pour it into your jar (Make its deep enough for the flies to drown)
- Add a drop or two of dish soap, in order to disrupt the surface tension of the liquid so the flies can’t just sit on top and fly away when they’re done.
- Reel up a piece of paper and put it into the mouth of the jar to form a makeshift funnel and tape it. The flies will fly into the jar to get at the vinegar but won’t be able to figure out how to get out.
- If you feel you need to hasten it up a bit, drop in a ripe piece of fruit and allow it to break down.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedies to Get Rid of Mosquito Bites
Mosquitoes survive by sucking on human and animal blood, and they make use of their thin, sharp and elongated mouth to pinhole the skin of the host and suck up the blood.
The hole is so small, and we often don’t feel the bite when it happens, but the after effects can be very irritating and potentially injurious. Mosquito bites can cause fatal ailments like malaria and dengue in some parts of the world, and some major symptoms of mosquito bites are itchiness, swelling, skin rashes, bruising and sometimes skin infection.
The itchiness that comes after the mosquito bite is the result of the mosquito’s saliva, which works as an anticoagulant that makes the blood flowing while the mosquito is sucking your blood.
The human body, in response to the foreign saliva, discharges histamines, organic compounds that regulate swelling. The irritated swollen red bump becomes a bulls-eye target for your itching and scratching.
A small amount of apple cider vinegar applied to the spot may help with swelling and itches, especially the itches.
Immerse a cotton ball in an Apple Cider Vinegar, ensuring it’s not dripping all over the place. Hold over the bite spot for up to 5 seconds or so, and repeat until you’re relieved.
Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy For Bee Stings
Bee stings leave behind venomous toxin that can cause pain and other reactions. Some individuals are allergic to this toxin and may show extreme redness and increased inflammation at the sting site.
Bee venom (apitoxin), is a colorless fluid composed primarily of proteins, that cause the local swelling and irritation that is associated with the discomfort of a sting.
Vinegar can help neutralize bee venom in the body.
- Immerse the sting site in a bowl of apple cider vinegar for at least 15 minutes.
- You can also soak a bandage or fabric in the vinegar and then tie it to the sting site.
Application of apple cider vinegar to a bee sting area can help neutralize the bee venom and therefore calm unwanted bee sting symptoms. In order to apply apple cider vinegar to a bee sting, soak the non-sticky, absorbent pad of a bandage and lay the bandage over the sting.