Sinus Infection: Apple Cider Vinegar
Key to success is to use apple cider vinegar before a sinus infection appears (i.e. during the first stages of a flu or allergy attack.)
Marie writes us, "I was skeptical in believing that ACV would help my sinus infection. However, I took 2 tablespoons by itself and I felt my throat burning. Immediately it cleared up my nasal passages, and my throat was so much better. It was instantaneous! Forget going to the doctor!"
Date: 3/17/2005 8:26:13 PM ( 16 y ) ... viewed 6556 times
35 Readers have found success by taking a heavy dose* of ACV the moment they feel a sinus infection coming on. (* Note: dose = At least 2 TBLSP diluted (or straight) in spring water up to 3x a day)
Jessica, from San Diego writes, "acv cured my sinusitis - caused from living in polluted California." It also cured her c-section adhesions & constipation. Click here to read her recipe for cures.
Connie, from Lake City, Florida writes, "I have had allergies all my life. I have tried clartin, allegra,and alot others but have had drainage through all of them. Along with flonase and nasonax. In the last five months I have had two sinus infections. So I decided to try the internet and found your page. I have tried the tomato tea recipe and have taken it in the mornings for one week. I have also taken the acv cocktail three times a day. Both drinks have helped."
Jeff from Antigo, WA writes, "I was skeptical to try this. But I did after the first signs of a sinus headache and pressure. That was last night and this morning the headache was gone and my sinuses are draining very easily now. I would recomend this to anyone with a sinus cold."
Annie writes, "I couldn't just believe ACV was a great cure for my suffered ear infection related to my sinusitis. I've been taking a lot of drug
prescriptions and they didn't work. So, I was hopeless and had many sleepness nights of pain... until I researched the internet and found your site. I really believe it really works for me. Thanks."
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