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  • Apple Cider Vinegar?

    Has anyone tried Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) for their lupus symptoms?

    It was recommended to me by a few people, saying it really helped inflammation. Also, I have an issue with high cholesterol due to my lupus, and ACV is supposed to be very good for bringing down bad cholesterol levels.

    Just wondering if anyone else has any stories to share - good or bad.

    Thanks!

  • #2
    I tried it for oral thrush. I could feel the vinegar eating the thrush, but it really annoyed my mouth ulcers so I gave it up.

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    • #3
      Hi yes i did at beginning all it did was remove lot excess wind i suffered with.nothing for lupus sytpoms..
      i took it for 2 years...
      lovely meet you.
      i also tried aloe vera as told helps inflammation did nothing for me either except to clean my stomach...........i use go by a book called get rid arthritis the natural way i went vegan and took cider vinegar......i did lose lot weight but otherwise no change im afraid still may help some i suppose.

      take care hun
      countrylass

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      • #4
        Hi,

        You should run it past your rhumey to make sure it doesn't fight with your current meds.
        Better to be safe than sorry.
        Lyn

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