Soak Your Feet In Apple Cider Vinegar For This Incredible Benefits!


People have used Apple Cider Vinegar as a
natural remedy for many years because it’s extremely versatile. It can be used to treat blood sugar problems,
it can lower cholesterol, and it can also treat Athlete’s Foot—a very annoying condition
that affects thousands of people every year. We’re pretty rough on our feet. They can stay neglected for long periods of
time, especially during the colder months, when they’re always covered by socks and
shoes. However, it’s important that we take the
necessary precautions so that our feet and toenails stay in good shape. Apple Cider Vinegar can help with that. Normally when people use it to treat foot
or toenail problems, it involves soaking. Take a look at six different ways that Apple
Cider Vinegar can keep your feet and toenails healthy and happy. Athlete’s Foot
This common fungus that appears on the feet and hands causes rashes that often itch and
burn. It can also make the skin peel and flake. Normally it’s found in between the toes
but can spread to the nails, heels, and sadly enough, the hands. But, Apple Cider Vinegar has what it takes
to fight Athlete’s Foot. It’s anti-fungal, antiseptic, and antimicrobial
properties help it do several things for our sock-covered toes. It relieves the pain and irritation caused
by the fungus that leads to Athlete’s Foot. It also balances the pH levels and reduces
swelling. Simply soak your feet in 1/2 a cup of Apple
Cider Vinegar along with 2 tablespoons of Epsom salt and some water for 10 minutes a
day. Fatigue, Aches and Pains
By soaking your feet in Apple Cider Vinegar, you can soothe swollen, tired, and overworked
feet. Since it has anti-inflammatory properties,
for those who are constantly on the go, it can be a life-saver. Just add one part Apple Cider Vinegar to two
parts water and a few tablespoons of Epsom salt in a wash basin. Soak your feet for about 30 minutes to take
full advantage of all the benefits of this home remedy. Foot Odor
Not only does Apple Cider Vinegar reduce swelling, it is also a powerful disinfectant. It’s able to kill the bacteria that leads
smelly feet. Again, mix one part Apple Cider Vinegar to
two parts water and soak for 20-30 minutes. After doing this everyday for two weeks, you’ll
no longer need to worry about that strange odor when you take your shoes and socks off
at the end of a long day at work. Dry Skin and Calluses
While some people suffer from Athlete’s Foot, and others suffer from smelly feet,
some people’s feet get tough and leathery over time. Apple Cider Vinegar softens the skin of the
feet and combats calluses, heel fissures and corns. Simply applying this potent vinegar to the
affected areas will moisten these patches; however, you could also use the above recipes
for soaking your feet. If you want to apply the Apple Cider Vinegar
to the specific areas, we recommend taping a cotton ball that’s been soaked in the
vinegar to the rough patch, corn, or callus. Just remember not to let the cotton ball come
in contact with the healthy area. The acid may irritate the unaffected part
of your foot. Sleep with the cotton ball applied and then
remove it and exfoliate the next morning. Toenail Fungus
Yellow, cracked toenails can be embarrassing and unsightly. Apple Cider Vinegar helps kill the bacteria
and keep the toenail clean. If you want to keep your other toenails from
getting infected and maybe get rid of the infection all together, mix 1 part Apple Cider
Vinegar with 1 part water and soak for 30 minutes a day for two weeks. You’ll be amazed at the results if you don’t
have a severe case of toenail fungus. Plantar Warts
Apple Cider Vinegar not only treats calluses, corns, toenail fungus, and heel fissures. It also work wonders on the stubborn plantar
wart. Soaking or direct application is recommended. Consistency is important. Keep up the treatment until the wart has been
removed. Get only the best, organic Apple Cider Vinegar
with “the mother” for best results.

65 Replies to “Soak Your Feet In Apple Cider Vinegar For This Incredible Benefits!”

  1. That's a pretty expensive brand of vinegar you're using… a half cup a day for two weeks or more is going to cost.
    Can another brand be used?
    Why not use common white vinegar? It has acetic acid content as ACV, costs only fraction, and can be bought at almost any food store.

  2. Something I already know, but this channel is one of, if not the best natural remedies channel on YouTube, wish you'll do a giveaway or write a book, thanks for being here its really appreciated.

  3. Great video, Apple Cider Vinegar truly is a miracle worker. I got rid of a nasty verruca using ACV and made a time-lapse of it disappearing on my channel, check it out if you want!

  4. Cool I have some in my fridge and I've had athlete's foot for like 25 years and can't get rid of it I'm going to try this

  5. you asked to soak the feets in vinegar and you also told that it can affect health part of skin. what is it????????????i can
    not undesrtand

  6. I liked this video. My son and I have healthy feet, but they do get tired and sore. When my son comes home from work he takes off his shoes and Woof!! The smell is outrageous!! I am going to have him soak his feet! My daughter has a father in law that is the same way. Hopefully she can get him to do this. I got a whiff of his feet after he got home from work and I almost died. It also takes washing the socks in bleach, in case of bacteria, and washing out the inside of the shoes and the tongue of the shoes with some warms soapy water with little bleach or pine sol /lysol to kill bacteria. I learned that in the army.

  7. I have used green clay powder with vaseline cream for my nail fungus i have to applay it every day and let it on my nails and it worked for me but it take a time . ( like ) if it worked for you too .

  8. Last Friday I put on a pair of boots that I hadn't wore in about a year. They were in my closet not in box.
    Saturday when I woke up I looked at my feet they were a mess never seen anything like it .The right feet was worst then left.
    I went to Walgreens and found Lotrimin Ultra.I have been applying the cream on every day the patches are peeling and turning black like drying up.
    I don't know if it was the boots or the black socks that was kind of tight on my legs. I have never experienced anything like.

  9. I love your videos, can you give me remedy am suffering from hey fiver, and ezema am pregnant and my allergies are very high.

  10. You can take a bottle of apple.juice (natural raw) & pour some acv in it then cover the top.with a coffee filter fitted with a rubber band. Leave it in a dark.corner of the cabinet and it will turn the juice into vingar. Once it's vinegar (about 3 weeks) you can put the lid back on. It's much cheaper than buying Bragg's. Or you can dilute you Bragg's with apple juice to the same level you used and it will convert the juice to vinegar & you'll never run out like sourdough.

  11. Question: after soaking them in this solution should i rinse my feet under the shower, or should i just dry my feet with the solution still on ?

  12. Vinegar and baking soda really work wonders on toenail fungus and just about anything. I've experienced the best results tea tree oil, because it just takes seconds to apply and I can go on with my day. Easier to be consistent with it.

  13. I did it the cheap way: buy 1 apple add a pint of cider ( Strongbow ) and steal the vinegar from your local chippie. Job done…..

  14. I didi this treatment for athletes feet. This is the best treatment ever. I had a prolem for three yers.of foot itch and nothing else worked. Thank you very much..

  15. I do one part Listerine and one part ACV. Include a pumice stone, and you'll feel like new feet were placed on your body!

  16. Since its vinegar based I'm assuming u can bottle it and use over a few days???. Or is this a Braggs comercial

  17. Can someone explain to me wat she means by part water and part apple cider vinegar??wat does PART mean cup size?!?! Plz explain thx

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