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Would ACV Work for Sophagitis? If So, How Often?

Posted by Bilo

I have been doing some research about the (ACV) and i have found in many web sites that most of the people with (ERGE) symptoms have tried the vinegar and it has helped them a lot, in my case i have been feeling these symptoms more often lately, i'm on a diet as the doctor told me to be but i see no results i can't sleep, i can't eat and i'm taking medication Pantop(pantoprazole) and Tilium(domperidone) i have not tried the (ACV) yet because i have sophagitis N# 1 and i could not find any indication that i can drink the vinegar in my condition, now my questions are Can i drink (ACV) having sophagitisN# 1? if yes, how often and for which period of time can i drink the(ACV)? i would really be glad if you could give me that information...thanks a lot

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

2 tablespoons of ACV with 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/2 glass of water. This formula is equal to exactly the pH of 7.0 and should have little effect on esophagus condition. Usually excess baking soda in the alkaline region of 7 to 8.0 would be anti-inflammatory towards the conditions of the esophagus, especially before meals. Sometimes vitamin E and magnesium are supportive, besides the malic content in the apple cider vinegar. Most doctors' meds often destroys the liver function, so restoring them could be an important point toward recovery. This includes sodium ascorbate vitamin C 1000 mg, vitamin E, and granulated powdered lecithin taken along with the food for all three. Ted