If physicians attempted to compose the list of all useful acids, it would engage whole page, and even more! Thus, only among the vitamins it is possible to name ascorbic, nicotine, pantothenic, folic, etc. However, since they are nevertheless medicine, they must be dosed very and very thoroughly. But there are others! Everyone knows that, for example, citric acid or vinegar must not be measured in milligrams and milliliters - they widely are used in cookery.
However among all " edible " acids malic acid occupies special position. This is the so-called structural (construction) acid, which, being connected up with mineral substances and alkaline elements in organism, plays important role in many biochemical reactions, which take place in our body. This connection, for example, is necessary during the digestion, and it also contributes to the normalization of blood coagulation and to the formation of red blood corpuscles. Furthermore, it participates in the processes of energy-supply, regeneration of epithelium cells, it contributes to the healing of wounds and to sanitation of vessels.
In daily nourishment, generally, fruits, berries and their juices are the source of malic acid for us. But apple vinegar especially is rich in this useful substance! Just by this reason it found extensive application both in " classical " and in folk medicine.
What ailments does apple vinegar help to overcome and how it to use?
1. Chronic fatigue.
The most widely known (and useful for modern person) property of apple vinegar is the ability to tone up and to strengthen organism. Especially with the syndrome of chronic fatigue!
4. Excessive sweating.
We know from little up about acetous sponge down as antipyretic agent. But many of us miss the fact that exactly apple vinegar is recommended to use for this purpose: in contrast to the table vinegar, basic acting substance of which is acetic acid, it does not dry the skin and rarely causes allergy, which is especially important, if you treat children.
The white distilled (table) vinegar (including aromatized by apples) as wine vinegar, contains acetic acid in abundance. Acetic acid is capable of destroying red blood corpuscles and of causing anemia, of slowing down the processes of digestion and of impairing intestinal uptake, it irritates and scorches mucous membranes (even in the small concentrations) and provokes allergic reactions. Therefore, desiring to be sanitated with the aid of apple vinegar, remember: only natural 5%-6% product is necessary for you!
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