Vinegar tips - Apple cider vinegar and Hemorrhages
Apple cider vinegar and Hemorrhages
Cider vinegar helps the blood to clot more easily. When a person who regularly drinks Apple cider vinegar cuts himself, the wound will dry up almost instantaneously, as there will be no profuse bleeding.
If, however, wounds do not heal quickly, the following procedure should be undertaken; two teaspoons of cider vinegar taken in half or a whole glass of water at mealtimes as well as in between, therefore six glasses in all are imbibed. For extra efficiency a very weak solution of Apple cider vinegar with water can be applied to the sore, wound or cut.
Poultices of cider vinegar can be applied to a stubborn open wound.
Soak a cloth in a hot solution of Apple cider vinegar and water, (a quarter of a cup of cider vinegar to one and a half cups of water) wring out and wrap it around the joint, then secure with a dry cloth to retain heat.
Last update 14th August 2010