Does apple cider vinegar really work for arthritis relief?
Well a potassium deficiency has be linked to arthritis. http://www.ithyroid.com/arthritis_and_po… Apple cider vinegar is supposed to be a rich source of potassium so on that basis it might help. Perhaps there is benefit also from the malic acid content. You could certainly try it and see if it helps. Take 2 teaspoons in a glass of water first thing in the morning and perhaps before lunch and supper. Many get relief from the supplement glucosamine. You can purchase a shellfish-free one if you are allergic to shellfish or prefer a vegetarian option. MSM may also help alongside glucosamine. Turmeric may help as an anti-inflammatory and ginger too…. and ginger may also help with pain relief. You can also buy glucosamine in a gel form. Or you could try arnica gel or fiery jack ointment. The latter you can get hold of from any pharmacy….it is an old-fashioned remedy. Don’t expect instant results. Do persever