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Apple Cider Vinegar for P
from Cindy S.

Ed: I suffer from gout and have read about body pH in connection with controlling uric acid, which is the cause of gout.  Many people use apple cider vinegar as a means of regulating body pH to cure and prevent gout.  I have read from readers on www.// that apple cider vinegar has also cured their psoriasis.  You can review that web site for further information on this and how to take the apple cider vinegar.  Hope this is helpful in some way. 


Ed’s Response:  Many people add apple cider vinegar to their bath water as a P palliative, but I personally have never run into a claim that it can cure P either externally or internally.  Stranger things have happened — but not to many of us. Thanks for the tip, Cindy.  I hope to hear from anyone who has tried apple cider vinegar internally as a P palliative. -Ed

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