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November 16, 2011

Apple Cider Vinegar for Feet Combating Corns, Callouses and Warts

Filed under: Bragg Book Excerpts,Health News,Patricia Bragg — admin @ 8:00 AM

Apple Cider Vine­gar for Feet Com­bat­ing Corns, Cal­louses and Warts

For Corns and Cal­louses: First soak affected areas in warm water with 1/3 cup ACV for 20 min­utes. After soak, rub areas briskly with coarse towel, then gen­tly use a pumice stone or wand. Now apply full-strength ACV-soaked gauze ban­dage overnight, and in the morn­ing pre­pare a fresh ACV soaked ban­dage for day­time use. These treat­ments help soften and dis­solve corns and cal­louses. Check shoes for com­fort and fit. Wrong shoes are main cause of corns, cal­louses, bunions and blis­ters. For casual wear, Birken­stock shoes are great and use orthotic inserts when needed. Give your­self weekly pedi­cures, mas­sages and exer­cise feet daily. Doing this while watch­ing TV is ideal. Treat your­self to foot reflex­ol­ogy ther­apy (page 108). Walk­ing bare­foot on sand, grass and at home is ben­e­fi­cial. Be good to your feet – they carry you through life! We kept famous foot Dr. Scholl going strong, healthy and alert to almost 100 years young!

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  1. Thank you for this tip. I have bunions all over my feet a day I will try this

    Comment by Rebecca Rosen — July 7, 2013 @ 10:55 PM

  2. Oh you’re wel­come Rebecca! Bless­ings of Health, Peace & Love! Patricia

    Comment by admin — July 8, 2013 @ 2:28 PM

  3. My 9 yr old has cal­louses on both feet. He plays lots of sports.
    I’ve put some ACV on a cot­ton ball and taped it to the cal­louses overnight. Hope this helps him.
    Thanks for the info :)

    Comment by Mitzy — September 16, 2013 @ 3:51 AM

  4. You’re wel­come, Mitzy! Also, since boys can get dirty play­ing sports, there is also a great rem­edy in my book, Apple Cider Vine­gar: Mir­a­cle Health Sys­tem for smelly feet by soak­ing them in a 50/50 mix­ture of warm water and ACV.

    Bless­ings of Health, Peace & Love! Patricia.

    Comment by admin — September 18, 2013 @ 3:01 PM

  5. Shall try rem­edy for two weeks and let you know the results

    Comment by Donna — May 2, 2015 @ 3:06 PM

  6. I applied a piece of cot­ton ball to a wart that had per­sisted over a year on my daugh­ters foot and resisted our efforts to elim­i­nate it.. Two nites and it was gone…I couldn’t believe it. I swear by ACV now :)

    Comment by Vicky — May 16, 2015 @ 9:26 PM

  7. The uses for ACV are end­less. It is good for the gut, warts, cal­louses, skin prob­lems and even corns. I find it helps rashes as well.

    Comment by Irina Ohl — June 29, 2015 @ 3:34 AM

  8. Ques­tion–
    Will ACV work on a poro­ker­ato­sis?
    Let me know what you think.
    Thank You,
    Maria Xiromeritis

    Comment by Maria Xiromeritis — February 6, 2016 @ 2:39 PM

  9. it works well for many skin con­di­tions as stated in our Apple Cider Vine­gar book. I would dilute the Apple Cider Vine­gar in water and then dab on with cot­ton balls or soak with 2 cups of ACV in a warm bath

    Comment by admin — February 11, 2016 @ 12:44 PM

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