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    Default Apple Cider Vinegar (a cure for Eczema)

    Apple Cider Vinegar -- Take one to two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and honey (if sugar isn't a problem) in a glass full of water three times a day. Use raw honey if possible. You can also apply it to your skin several times daily by mixing 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar into half a cup of water. If you want, you can put the mixture into a spray bottle and just spray it on your skin. There is usually a potassium deficiency in people suffering from eczema and apple cider vinegar has some potassium as well.

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    Default Apple Cider Vinegar a cure for Eczema

    I have scalp P and i use 1/2 and 1/2 Apple Cider Vinegar and Hot water AFTER i wash and condition my hair

    It rinses away the scents, perfumes and other irritants that are found in just about all shampoos and condtioners and really helps ALOT


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