Apple cider vinegar is an excellent natural remedy for food poisoning. Moreover, this simple and inexpensive remedy is often at hand in the cupboard or available in stores everywhere.
How Much Apple Cider Vinegar Should I Take for Food Poisoning?
Typically, a dose of apple cider vinegar is as little as 1-2 teaspoons to as much as 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar. The vinegar can be added to water or juice to make it more palatable. For many conditions, apple cider vinegar is diluted quite a bit (1 tablespoons to 8 ounces of water) but in the case of food poisoning, it may be more helpful to have the solution more concentrated into just a few ounces of water, or whatever is tolerable.
Apple cider vinegar can be added to warm or cool water or juice, depending on what sounds the most appealing to you. It can be taken quickly, or sipped slowly.
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What Kind of Apple Cider Vinegar Should I Take for Food Poisoning?
While raw and organic apple cider vinegar is ideal for food poisoning (and a host of other ailments) regular apple cider vinegar or even white distilled vinegar can be used instead with excellent results.
Alternately, apple cider vinegar capsules can be used if you happen to have them available. A typical dose of vinegar capsules is 1-2 capsules.
What Should I Expect After I Take Apple Cider Vinegar?
Relief from vomiting, diarrhea and cramping is usually experienced quickly, sometimes even in a few minutes. Other times, it may take 30 minutes to begin feeling better. If after 30-60 minutes, relief has not been experienced, you can repeat the dose.
It is not uncommon to vomit after taking the apple cider vinegar. (This may be more likely if the vinegar is taken quickly.) Usually after vomiting, a person feels much better.
What if I Don’t Actually Have Food Poisoning?
There is no harm in taking apple cider vinegar if your cramping, vomiting and diarrhea are caused by something other than food poisoning. Apple cider vinegar relieves those symptoms even if they are caused by the flu, menstrual problems or food allergy.
If you are vomiting because of an intestinal blockage, apple cider vinegar will not help. If you are having continuous vomiting and natural remedies are not helping, you should seek medical help to rule out a more serious condition and make sure that you are not dehydrated, which can become dangerous quickly.
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