Apple Cider Vinegar, Asthma, and You

Have you ever tried apple cider vinegar as an all-natural asthma treatment? I’ve been reading up on it and it sounds like it might be really helpful.

Given that I’ve had great results with apples in helping me breathe easier, and knowing how useful apple cider vinegar (often called ACV for short) is in treating other ailments, my curiosity is definitely piqued so if you have any experience with this treatment, I’d love to hear about your results.

I don’t have any in the house at the moment, or I’d give it a try today, but I’ve already added apple cider vinegar to my shopping list and I’ll pick some up the next time I’m out. Based on my research, it sounds like organic is the way to go, and that raw may be better (though I’m not how I feel about something unpasturized). The basic recipe for treating asthma that I’ve found is:

One teaspoon apple cider vinegar
One cup water
One teaspoon local, raw honey (to taste)

Some people recommend drinking it at night while others recommend drinking twice a day for maximum asthma relief.

This is one all natural remedy I’ll definitely be asking my doctor about because I’m curious to try it. If you’ve tried it, I’d love to hear your recipe and how often you drink it (and how it’s worked, or not worked, for you)!

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    Hiya! I'm Jess. I was diagnosed with allergy-induced asthma about two years ago.

    Since then, I've found that my asthma symptoms are a great barometer of just how well I'm taking care of myself. On days when I practice self care, I breathe easier than on days when I don't.

    Now that I've gotten a handle on my own symptoms I wanted to create a place where I could share what's worked for me and hear from *you* on what helps to treat your allergic asthma symptoms. Welcome to my site. I'm looking forward to getting to know you.