Using Apple Cider Vinegar to Relieve MS Itching

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by Wendy Henderson |

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Internet vlogger, Dulci Hill, regularly talks about multiple sclerosis and how it affects everyday life, offering tips on how to cope with symptoms and manage the condition. In this video, she explains how multiple sclerosis can bring about profound itching, called pruritus.

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Dulci explains that she used to suffer terribly with MS itching, which would mainly affect her scalp and upper arms. Thinking at first it was an allergic reaction to soap or shampoo, she tried various different brands but nothing seemed to quell the itching and the constant scratching was making her scalp and skin sore.

Finally, she realized it was a symptom of her multiple sclerosis and after trial and error found that a formula of diluted apple cider vinegar help to neutralize her skin and stop the terrible itching.

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