5 Fly Catcher
Apple cider vinegar is also an insect killer (fruit flies, to be exact). These little critters are perhaps the most annoying of all household bugs. They come from seemingly nowhere, speed in and around your face with annoying frequency and are hard to catch and kill. Thankfully, apple-cider vinegar can help: Simply fill a small dish or cup with the sweet brown liquid and add a few drops of dish liquid on top. Place the trap where the offenders roam. After 24 hours, you'll likely notice a remarkable reduction in the airborne assailants.
Apple cider vinegar is also an excellent cleaning agent. It has both antibacterial properties and absorbs odors. This makes it the perfect choice for cleaning kitchen and bathroom countertops, hardwood floors, bathroom tiles, cabinets, toilets, windows, glass and more.
In addition to improving the appearance of your face and body, apple cider vinegar also gives hair a nice beauty boost. After shampooing, just add it to your hair as a rinse. The result will be hair that's full of body and shine. You can even use apple cider vinegar as a clarifier before shampooing to help remove oil and dirt from your precious strands.
2 Skin and Teeth
Not only can apple cider vinegar make you feel good on the inside, it can also make you look good on the outside. Got a few stains on your teeth? Rub a little vinegar on them and then rinse with water. Or how about a few unsightly warts? Soak a cotton ball in vinegar, then place it on your ugly friend overnight, sealed by a bandage. You can also use apple cider vinegar to enhance your great looks. For example, you can mix with water and use as an aftershave, beauty mask, or toner. (Before using apple cider vinegar on your body, though, do a patch test to ensure it doesn't irritate you.)
1 Overall Health
Apple-cider vinegar has numerous potential health benefits. Studies indicate it can help balance the body's pH levels, reduce sinus congestion, detox impurities from the body, and help reduce cholesterol levels and blood pressure. Of course, it's not to be considered a treatment for any ailment, and results vary by individual—these benefits only kick in as part of a healthy overall diet and exercise plan you're following in consultation with your doctor.
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