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A sore throat can be a agonizing and a real nuisance.  You can try soothing your sore throat with medications or use an all-natural solution such as gargling with a glass of water mixed with a teaspoon of vinegar.  You can swallow the mixture of vinegar and water after you gargle.  Add a little honey to add a sweet taste, which will make it easy to gargle and swallow.  Your throat will be feeling better in no time at all.  A sore throat can hit you at the worse time but you will not have to worry about running out in the middle of the night to find some soothing solution when the answer to your problem is right in the pantry cabinet which is a teaspoon of vinegar mixed in to a glass of water and an added touch of honey for taste.

If suffering the symptoms from a common cold is not bad enough along comes a low-grade fever.  Adding vinegar to your drinking water has become a very effective way of eliminating the low-grade fever that may become present in chronic fever sufferers.  Simply add four tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a gallon of drinking water.  You can drink up to one gallon of this apple cider vinegar water mix a day, which will fight, off your fever. 

Quickly cure an upset stomach with the use of vinegar.  If your hit with an upset stomach try drinking two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar mixed with one cup of water this will relieve you of your upset stomach in no time at all.  Keep in mind that the water can be warmed for a more comforting drink.

Try using vinegar for your next cold.  You will find out why millions of people are choosing the all-natural cure over chemical medications with likely side effects.  Stock up on your supply of vinegar and you will always be prepared.

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