How to clean the arteries with vinegar

Updated April 17, 2017

Blood vessels that transfer the system's blood away from the heart are classified as arteries. There are two specific types of arteries: the pulmonary artery and the systemic artery. Pulmonary arteries transport blood from the heart to the lungs, obtaining oxygen along the journey, and then return the blood containing oxygen back to the heart. Systemic arteries supply blood throughout the rest of the body. When the arteries become narrow and clogged due to fat cells being deposited inside the artery walls, a condition known as arthrosclerosis occurs. Arthrosclerosis is the hardening of the arteries, which disables the arteries to supply necessary oxygen and blood to the body's vital organs. The condition can be fatal, depending on the severity of the clogged artery, and may require surgery. Cleansing the arteries can lower the risk of developing arthrosclerosis, and can be done using a common household substance, apple cider vinegar.

Measure two cups of cold water and one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.

Pour the cold water and one tbsp of apple cider vinegar inside a tall glass. Stir the mixture for approximately two minutes.

Consume the beverage two times daily, morning and night. According to the Apple Cider Vinegar Company, "apple cider vinegar contains 19 of 22 essential minerals that assist in the body's development and repair."

Measure eight ounces of water. Microwave water on high heat for approximately one minute.

Measure two tsp of apple cider vinegar and two tsp honey. Pour both the vinegar and honey into warm water.

Stir the mixture for two minutes to blend flavours together. Consume this beverage twice daily. Apple cider vinegar stabilises the digestive tract, flushes harmful toxins from the body, and cleans the urine from infectious bacteria.


Purchase pasteurised apple cider vinegar.


Unpasteurised apple cider vinegar contains bacteria such as E. coli that can be fatal if consumed. Always allow hot contents from microwave a minimum of two minutes to cool before removing. If not, the hands may be burnt.

Things You'll Need

  • Water
  • Measuring cup
  • Two spoons
  • Two glasses
  • Microwave
  • Apple cider vinegar
  • Honey
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