White Vinegar - From Kitchen to Medicine Cabinet

| Modified on Mar 30, 2022
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Posted by Tina (North Missouri) on 01/11/2008
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Plain White Vinegar removed my moles. I started using white vinegar in my bath water for eczema. After using it for two months my large dark brown mole began peeling away. After a week it was completely gone. The next thing I noticed was another pink mole on my nose by the nostril was shrinking along with another mole like it on my upper nose. The first mole was the size of a dime & just as thick if not thicker. I was surprised to discover all of this. I have had these moles for 25 years. I only pour in a half cup of vinegar per bath so never imagined them going away. I am so thrilled!


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Posted by Kathleen (San Antonio, TX) on 02/06/2008
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Apple Cider Vinegar is wonderful to clean out my German Shepherd's ears, when his ears are bothering him. He will shake his head, and I just put an apple cider and water solution on a cotton ball, and clean out his ears, and in ten minutes he stops fussing and lays down and finally can rest. My husband takes white vinegar and soaks his feet in it, and no more athelets foot! It is wonderful for killing any kind of fungus or bacterial infections. Thanks so much for the advice!


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Posted by Danielle (Beaverton, OR) on 12/22/2007
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When I got food poisoning last night at 4am I had no AVC, but i did have distilled white vinegar. I had my husband pour a tall glass of water with 1 tbsp of white vinegar and I drank about 2/3rd's of it. Normally when I get food poisoning I'm in the bathroom for 5-6 hours throwing up and having terrible stomach pain. Last night I throw up only twice. I was able to leave the bathroom after an hour of waiting and my terrible tummy pain weakened after two hours.Three hours after it started I was sleeping again, and even though I still feel somewhat weak today I'm really glad I remembered to use it last night.


Fungus
Posted by Margo (New York, New York) on 08/28/2007
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I hurt my big toe nail when I was 12, then it got infected. I am 30 now and for the past 18 years I removed my bit toe nail 3 times, I used a lot of different creams and took limisil twice (each time 3 months) During last five years, my second big toe got infected , then two other nails. I became desperate. So this summer I did the search online and found that white vinegar can cure the fungus. I start to follow the suggested procedure: twice a day put couple of drops on the matrix of the toe. Right away I started to note the results. First my small toes and now after 18 years I finally start to see clear nail near the matrix! Hope this information will help others. Also, please note I've read that only white 5% vinegar is good for this procedure, apple cider vinegar doesn't help.

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Posted by Michelle (Culver City, CA)
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I was able to break a fever using white vinegar on cloths placed on my throat & both wrists. Yes, it did smell but it broke my 104 degree temp in no time. Amazing!

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Posted by Anonymous (USA)
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Because of such a severe case of contact dermatitis from overuse of yeast medicines, I was left unable to walk or sit comfortably, and my skin was too sensitive for any topical medications, and oral cortisone only worked temporarily. My mother suggested using 4 tbs. of white vinegar with some juice to kill the taste. I'm glad to tell you that the vinegar, along with rest, has put me on the road to recovery in only 4 days after battling this illness for 4 months!

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Posted by Trista (Sydney, Australia ) on 03/30/2022

Hi, in response to distilled vinegar causing a reduction in red blood cells. I can only find studies that suggest the opposite effect. That acetate results in the production of red blood cells.
Was this by experience? Or do you have information you can share? Thanks in advance.


Splinters
Posted by Jamie (Gilbert, Arizona) on 05/13/2008
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White vinegar removed a splinter quickly and pain free! My 2 year old son grabbed a catus and had, what seemed like, hundreds of splinters all over his hand. We soaked it in a bowl of plain, white vinegar and the splinters all popped out on their own!


Multiple Cures
Posted by Serena (North, Missouri) on 04/13/2008
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White vinegar is amazing stuff! It has cured my toenail fungus, my daughter's athlete foot & my son's, & a dry, brittle hair.

I am in the process of using it for dog mites now. I have cleaned the flooring thoroughly with White vinegar/Eucalyptus oil/Tea Tree oil/Lavender for killing sarcoptic mange mites. It kills instantly. I make the solution up in my extracter with straight white vinegar & 1/4th of the essential oils added in. I have the same mixture in a spray bottle for spraying down couches, mattresses, etc. also. I am using the spray on a cottonball right now for our dog's ears. It calms them fast from scratching the mites. I'll let you know if it cures the mange when they are cured.:)

I use it to clean our counters/bathrooms, linoleum & haven't had an ant epidemic since. I've lived here for 14 years & had ants every year up to last year when I began using this spray of white vinegar. It kills germs fast!

Excellent for getting rid of yellow, stuck on grease also!

Health wise, I can't say enough about white vinegar!

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Posted by Julia (Butler, Alabama) on 11/27/2007
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My mother, father, and grandmother use white vinegar for muscle cramps. When one attacks - they get a couple of paper towels and pour the white vinegar on til soaked and apply directly to the cramp. This works everytime. Hope it helps others.


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Posted by Teresa (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) on 07/31/2007
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I have used white vinegar from spots on the carpet to weight loss to cleaning my kitchen and cabinets it works great and it is cheap just try it you will love it i have everyone at work doing it and there house is super clean and the pet smell is gone and the stains are gone and use a little in your landry and your shirts will come out clean too.


White Vinegar for Cuticle Infection
Posted by Bommer11 (St. Louis) on 08/10/2017
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I have the terrible habit of chewing my cuticles and notoriously they will bleed and get sore and infected. I soak them in white vinegar and although it stings, the pain subsides almost immediately and infection never sets in.


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Posted by Cindy (Columbia, Missouri, USA) on 12/04/2008
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WARNING!

I do not know if people have been warned about drinking distilled vinegar, but don't do it, it's great as a cleaning agent or for pickles but not to be used like organic raw vinegar.White distilled vinegar if taken in large doses destroys red blood cells and will cause severe anemia. Just a heads up! Get organic raw vinegar at health food store or you can order it online.

Yeast in Dogs
Posted by Judy (Crystal River, Florida) on 03/09/2008
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I read one time about white vinegar for dog ear yeast. Mine has allergies and it shows up frequently getting expensive as vets wanted to see him everytime I needed a new tube. I first clean the waxy build up with a water moistened qtip not going deep then put vinegar on a cotton ball and rub it around the inside of ears,not going deep as it runs into the ear. Dog will shake his head. I do it for a few days until the ear is no longer red with no more wax.I love this site. Thanks everyone!


Genital Warts
Posted by Suzanne (Nevada, America) on 01/11/2008
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I self diagnosed myself with Genital Warts a couple of weeks ago. I have recently moved to a remote part of South East Asia where Apple Cider Vinegar and Tea Tree Oil are absolutely unavailable. I decided to give normal white vinegar a try anyway. I just dippped tisues into the vingegar and applied it to the warts. I did this twice over two days for 15 minutes each time. It really hurt while I applied the vinegar and contuned to burn a little the next day but it was worth it - the warts are COMPLETELY gone!


Fungus
Posted by Harrier (Long Beach, CA) on 12/10/2007
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The website where this was original quoted from is http://askwaltstollmd.com/wwwboard/wwwboard.html

Dr Stoll doesn't mind people using his methods and letting others know. I had bad toenails and used that approach and it all cleared up. Using the two drops at the base allows the white distilled vinegar to absorb through the nail and change the PH under the nail. By using only two drops you also prevent excess moisture from remaining under the nail. You need to apply twice a day 12 hours a part. In about six weeks, you should begin to see a thin clear nail at the base. After 6 months, your nail should grow out. Once the nail grows out, you should continue applying for about three more months. The major mistake people make is forgetting to remain consistant and missing a treatment or applying to much. For that reason cotton schwabs are also recommended. One dunk for each foot. This treatment does take a while and is 100% effective if you do it corretly and have virtually no expense. For some it has taken two and a half years, most cases are cured between 9 months and a year. Once your nail is infected, Dr Stoll feels you must grow healthy nail to push out the bad nail. Another recommendation is to drink two Tablespoons of ACV with apple juice or water twice a day. This helps treat fungus. Remember white distilled vinegar on the outside and Apple Cider Vinegar orally. Not the other way around.



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