Posted by Scott H. (Pacific Grove, Ca, Usa) on 07/18/2010
I have had high blood pressure for years. I have always drank about a half gallon of water a day. I started taking apple cider vinegar every morning with apple juice. I still drink a half gallon of water a day, or less. Now my blood pressure medication has been cut in half. If my water intake is the same or less, and it's all about water, then why has my medication amount been cut in half since I started taking the vinegar?