Heartburn/Acid Reflux  Cures with Vinegar

There are some natural remedies which you don't mind trying. Either the sound of it isn't too bad, or you're up for anything. If you decide you're one of those people eager to try any cure to stop your heartburn/acid reflux when it's started, then maybe you should try this recipe.

All you need to do is to take about a tablespoon of vinegar every two to three days, or alternatively take it only when your heartburn starts. The type of vinegar doesn't really matter. It can be apple cider vinegar, Japanese Rice Vinegar or just plain regular vinegar.

Admittedly, this little cure doesn't feel too good when you take it, as it can burn a little on the way down. If you've already been suffering from your heartburn/acid reflux for a few days with nothing you've already tried having any success in alleviating it, then as far as I'm concerned it's worth trying, no matter how horrible it tastes.

On the other hand, if you happen to adore vinegar and can't get enough of it then you definitely won't mind trying out this cure to see what happens.

It doesn't work for everyone, but if you do decide to try it and it works for you, then about 5 minutes after taking it, your heartburn/acid reflux should be lessened tremendously, even if it hasn't disappeared altogether.

You may be wondering how vinegar, being acidic, will help ease your heartburn/acid reflux. Well, heartburn/acid reflux for most people is caused by the relaxation of your LES, which in turn allows the stomach acids to flow into your esophagus. Usually, the stomach is producing too much acid in order to digest your food.

However, it can also be the opposite. For some people the stomach doesn't produce enough acid for food digestion and yet they still suffer from heartburn. And it's really for these types of people, that this vinegar cure works best. The acid found in the vinegar helps to support the naturally produced acids in your stomach, and therefore aids in digesting your food along with stopping your heartburn/acid reflux.
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