Apple cider vinegar

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People suffering from edema have excess fluid built up in certain parts of their bodies, particularly the extremities and limbs, due to the trapping of fluid within tissues and cells. Apple cider vinegar helps to extract that excess fluid from the cells, as a result of its regulatory effects on the circulatory system and fluid movement. Apple cider vinegar can help to gradually drain the liquid from those tissues and distribute it normally throughout the body. You can consume apple cider vinegar directly or apply it topically to the site of edema for best effects. Protection Status
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