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cleo
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Can anyone tell how to use apc for biofilm help? How much and how often. Thanks
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I bathe with it : )
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Cleo, can you explain why you need to know this?
ACV can be extremely useful to help with one's overall health. It has been used for centuries and those who use it regular, can notice the differences in the occurrences in which they become sick.

Bathe in it? how often do you do this Canefan17?

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once a week. mix it with epsom salt and baking soda.

I switch between H2O2 and ACV

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cleo
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kelly,

It has been used to deal with biofilms. I just want to how much and how often.

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can apple cidar vinegar be bad if we have candida?

i never thought about this

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Lymetoo
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quote:
Originally posted by KellyChow:
[QB] Cleo, can you explain why you need to know this?

?? Why do you ask, Kelly?

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quote:
Originally posted by canefan17:
[QB] can apple cidar vinegar be bad if we have candida?

i never thought about this

I think it's supposed to be good for it. I can't stand the taste.. ugh, bigtime!

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quote:
Originally posted by Lymetoo:
I think it's supposed to be good for it. I can't stand the taste.. ugh, bigtime!

Here's some ACV pills for you.
http://www.swansonvitamins.com/SWU292/ItemDetail?n=0

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OH, that would be good, ninja! Thanks!

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I mix white vinegar and rubbing alcohol and use it on itchy skin areas and it reduces use of lotrimin. I think my grandmother used it for many itch skin conditions so it must be an old
remedy. I smell like a garden salad though. [Smile]

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I bathe in it too.

When I think about bathing.

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never thought of bathing in it...

.but when I first joined here...I could barely eat,...my stomach always felt full and someone suggested that I drink some acv ....and it really worked and helped with my digestion.

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Cleo

Yes .. ACV Tablets help with Biofilms. I have added it to my regimin since I was hitting a wall with my enzymes and EDTA .

I am taking a break right now from it but I was taking 6 tablets about an hour prior to any abx or rife or treatment that is for killing bugs..

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Apple cider vinegar in the tub detoxes aluminum.
Metals go into solution in acidic environment.
That is why ph factor is such an important piece of the puzzle and forced alkalinizing has to be done carefully. Unless of course you don't think you have any problems with toxic metals! EDTA basically is vinegar.

I suppose this thread needs to be moved to General.

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quote:
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I suppose this thread needs to be moved to General.

[lol]
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But it involves bathing [bonk]


quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by GiGi:


I suppose this thread needs to be moved to General.

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I took it for a while,,,read some place a little bit was GOOD for you.

All it did was make me fluff like a steam engine locomotive.

Might be okay IF you live all ALONE!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by canefan17:
can apple cidar vinegar be bad if we have candida?

i never thought about this

I would also like to know this.

I thought I read before that is why we shouldn't eat salad dressings and other condiments because of the vinegar content and candida.

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ACV treats candida. It also treats parasites, aids digestions, etc.

It is helpful.

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quote:
Originally posted by djf2005:
ACV treats candida. It also treats parasites, aids digestions, etc.

It is helpful.

How much ACV should be consumed for candida? Should we take it daily?

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Does allicin treat biofilm?

BioPure Freeze Dried capsules?

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