Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey for Severe Bronchitis

by Gina
(Olathe, United States)

French translation


I am just getting over severe bronchitis that developed after the flu.

I took 1,200 mg expectorant and still had a horrible constant tickle in my throat with a deep, persistent cough that kept me up night after night. I couldn't even sleep upright. I was so sick I wanted to die so I got desperate and went to the internet for help.

I took the advice posted on a blog about apple cider vinegar that stated if you took 2 Tablespoons organic "Mother" apple cider vinegar and honey in a cup of hot water and sipped it that it would dissolve the mucous and ease the cough!

Well, I tried it and the tickle disappeared. (I'd let it work for a few minutes then rinse my mouth with water.) When it would come back, I'd keep sipping the concoction and within a few days of doing this my severe bronchitis became so much better. The doctors couldn't do what apple cider vinegar and honey did for me.

I am planning on sticking with it to see if the weight loss happens with apple cider vinegar - if nothing else, it's a preventive for the future.

My husband is sold on it now since he saw how it "cured" my terrible hacking and expelling the phlegm. It works !!!!!!! It's a God send.

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Feb 11, 2017
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Apple cider and honey
by: Anonymous

Today I was diagnosed with this disease and before the diagnosis I really wanted to kill myself.

I was not able to work talk walk or even sleep.
I used to sleep while sitting. That too for small duration.

Had my ct scan done but I did try apple cider and honey and somehow it helped.
I was not sure if this was what had helped me but I am going to stick to it as I felt a bit better.

Jan 07, 2017
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The power of the cider
by: Anonymous

Apple cider vinegar helped my bronchitis and helped me going sober.

At first I disliked the taste but I've tasted a lot worse.

This is a miracle drink, and encourage others to drink it daily.

Dec 18, 2016
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Thank you!
by: Anonymous

Thanks for sharing your experience, have had that bad chronic bronchitis for years and had used vinegar to some relief for the last two winters, though I didn't have that recipe, just tried it and yes it helps!

A week of this will surely get me out of my predicament.

My boyfriend lives up a flight of five floors and I've decided I am not going to keep getting there with my lungs in tatters.

I live in a remote cabin and all I had underhand was vinegar, water and honey anyway so it's like it was waiting for me to read this post, lol.

Nov 23, 2016
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Apple cider and lemon cider vinegar
by: Dr. mpungu

Since lemon and apple contain vitamin C, they are good at strengthening immune system. They are natural antibiotics.

Dec 31, 2014
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Chronic Bronchitis Sufferer finds relief
by: Nancy in Wisconsin

Year after year for about 10 years I get an annual bout of bronchitis. It seems to hit right after Christmas (when my immune system is shot from stress).

This year when I felt it coming on, I vowed to fight it with natural means only. I knew Apple Cider Vinegar was touted as a cure all for lots of things, but when I googled this site and found out that it helps bronchitis, I tried it.

The first day was the worst. It felt like someone was standing on my chest just below my neck. I took the cider as directed with raw honey and an extra splash of cider vinegar, used my net pot and gargled with salt water.

I had done the other two before, but I truly believe it was the apple cider vinegar that turned the tide. Next day, the chest pressure was gone and though I was coughing, it was productive and clear! Third day is today, and I am fine!

Hurray for Apple Cider Vinegar and Raw Honey. BTW, I used Bragg's brand.

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