Apple cider (sometimes soft or sweet cider) is the name used in the United States and parts of Canada for an unfiltered, unsweetened, non-alcoholic drink made from apples. It is opalescent, or opaque, due to the fine apple particles in suspension, and may be tangier than conventional filtered apple juice, depending on the apples used.
This untreated cider is a seasonally produced drink of limited shelf-life enjoyed in the autumn, although it is sometimes frozen for use throughout the year. Traditionally served on the Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, it is sometimes heated and spiced, or mulled.
Apple Cider Vinegar: Cure for Everything?
Apple cider vinegar for knee pain: a friend of mine mentioned something about a orthopedic recommending dousing a cloth in apple cider vinegar and wrapping it around the knee as a cure for pain. anyone ever done it? have problems with my knees myself .
I seriously doubt that would work. The majority of knee pain is inside the knee (i.e. underneath the skin) so wrapping your skin with a piece of cloth soaked in vinegar would hardly accomplish anything.
But then again, I’m a pilot, not a doctor, so what do I know. You should try it – it’s not like it costs anything (aside from the cost of the vinegar) and it can’t harm you.
If it doesn’t work, I would suggest a GP visit or physio.
Is the problem with both of your knees or just one?