Apple Cider Vinegar Bath to Treat Arthritis & Joint Pain Naturally

 

Living With Joint Pain

When your joints hurt it is hard for you to get much constructive work done. Some people who work demanding physical jobs may come home with aching joints.

However, after a hot shower or bath, and a good night’s rest, these joint problems will be gone.

Some people, however, suffer from chronic joint pain. Arthritis, an inflammation in the joints, causes many people to suffer every single day.

Arthritis is called by many different names, depending upon where it affects the body. Sufferers may hurt from their neck to their feet.

People who suffer from chronic joint pain have tried most conventional medications to treat their pain. Most don’t work as well as one would hope.
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There are ways to relieve your joint pain without taking medication: it simply involves making a few changes to your diet.

If you are one of the many people who have not found effective pain relief from traditional medications; or, if you just want to take a more natural substance to treat your pains, then you should seriously consider adding apple cider vinegar bath to your daily life.

Using Apple Cider Vinegar Bath For Joint Pain

There are various ways that you can use apple cider vinegar to treat the pain from arthritis, or other joint conditions.
These are just a few suggestions to get you started:

  • Make a soothing soaking solution using apple cider and warm water. Soak your sore hands or feet in a small tub of this warm solution. For areas of the body that you cannot soak, wet a washcloth and place it on your skin – wherever you may be hurting.
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  • Mix 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with 1 tablespoon of coconut or olive oil. Use this solution instead of the wet cloth method above. The oil allows you to rub it in and leave it there for a longer while. Regular use of oil and apple cider vinegar will soon make a huge difference in the level of joint pain you are experiencing.
  • You can also drink apple cider vinegar: simply mix 3 tablespoons of the vinegar with 8 ounces of water or juice. Mixing the vinegar with cherry juice provides you with health benefits beyond pain relief and anti-inflammatory properties. Drink your 8 ounces of liquid before every meal, and watch how fast your pain relief begins.


Beyond being a fantastic joint pain reliever, apple cider vinegar is also a powerful antioxidant, which helps flush toxins out of the body. There are so many terrific benefits to using apple cider vinegar. Make it a part of your daily life. Add it to your daily diet. Soon you will notice your joint pain is hardly noticeable.


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