Apple Cider Vinegar for Calcium Deposits

| Modified on Sep 05, 2021
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Apple cider vinegar is a natural remedy for calcium deposits. When you are using apple cider for health purposes you should use raw and organic apple cider vinegar.

Start with 1-3 teaspoons of apple cider vinegar in a glass of water. This tonic can be taken once or twice a day.

You may also use apple cider vinegar topically for calcium deposits. Massage some apple cider vinegar into the skin where the deposits are located twice a day.

Have you tried apple cider vinegar for calcium deposits? Please send us some feedback!


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Posted by Deb (Bucksport, Me) on 04/04/2018
5 out of 5 stars

Pain and muscle cramps: Vinegar truly helps with the pain of calcium deposits and muscle cramps. I drink the mixture and rub vinegar on my toes. Instant relief on the toes.


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Posted by Debbsian (England) on 11/07/2017
1 out of 5 stars

Is there a cure for shoulder Calcium deposits? as per this website I tried apple cider vinegar, magnesium and chanca piedra. None of them have made an ounce of difference and I'm still in agony so I'd say dont waste your money with these three items.

Replied by Isabel
(Fl)
11/07/2017

Try milk of magnesium 1 tbs 3 times a day in couple of days the calcium will dissolve.

Replied by Charity
(Faithville, Usa)
11/07/2017

BORAX removes calcium from soft tissue back into bones and teeth. But you need all minerals in balance if you want to be healthy . Getting healthy usually requires all hell breaking its grip so you feel like ....well, you know. I recommend slow, low dose to minimize discomfort and take chanca piedra as it releases calcium from soft tissue and exits the body sometimes as stones....ooucha maholy. Read before you dive. XOXO charity : )


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Posted by Jean (Auburn, Wa) on 11/11/2014

I want to drink the ACV and honey to dissolve my calcium deposits, but that much honey would make me even fatter, since I must count carbs. Would the apple cider vinegar do the job without the honey in it?

Replied by Aaren
(Usa)
11/17/2014

The honey is just to make it taste better.... It is vinegar after all.

Replied by Kumar
(Chennai, India)
01/13/2015
0 out of 5 stars

I have taken apple cidar vinegar before and it has worsen my gout attack and pain.

Replied by Niamh
(Kingston Upon Thames)
06/29/2015

Use agave nectar instead!!

Mariangeles
(Puerto Rico)
04/19/2016

Beware of agave nectar, it's just like fructose corn syrup.. Look up Dr. Mercola's info on that subject. It's one of the pages with good info on the subject.

Replied by Cynthia
(Orange County, California)
09/06/2015

A great way to drink ACV daily is to make this drink:

  • 2 Tablespoons organic Apple Cider Vinegar
  • 1 Tablespoon grated fresh ginger
  • 1 Tablespoon lime juice
  • Stevia (a sweetener) (to taste-I use 2 packets)
  • Ice Water
  • 1 quart-sized jar

It is much easier to drink ACV when it tastes delicious!

Replied by Christine
(Weybridge)
01/23/2016

Instead of honey I used licorice tea.

Replied by Michael
(New Zealand)
05/29/2016

That is a good recipe for Apple Cider Vinegar. One could substitute lemon juice for lime juice if preferred. Make sure the ACV is organic and has the "Mother" included in it. Probably a waste of time otherwise! Also, and this is important, always shake the bottle prior to taking in order to mix it up. In addition, one should rinse one's mouth out straight away afterwards and it is often recommended to brush teeth maybe twenty minutes later so as to preserve the enamel on your teeth.

Some folks sip through a straw or they slug it all down in one shot, in order to care for their enamel.

I recommend starting with a single tablespoon and gradually work up to two as you get used to the brew.

I have a lot of faith in ACV since reading Dr. Jarvis's book on the subject many years ago.

Replied by Greg
(Alaska)
02/18/2018

I too have had increased gout attacks by taking ACV. It's actually a positive response because the urate crystal deposits are beginning to dissolve, which causes attacks. I've had three doctors tell me that exact same thing. So I say keep up with the ACV.