The Wonders of Organic Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar: A Parasite Killa’s Best Friend


( Do you want to be a Ghostbuster or Parasite Killa? Hint: one of them may still have intestinal worms.

  If you ever catch me on the go you may see me guzzling a 16 oz Bragg Apple Cider Vinegar drink like I’m the loser at a beer pong party. (FYI: I don’t drink alcohol, so I only know about gatherings such as these from movies and programming on MTV, no firsthand beer pongage going on over here.) I drink them in the morning, in my car, while catwalking on M Street in Georgetown, and sometimes when the sun goes down. Why you ask is this Raw Girl so gung-ho about vinegar?  Well, ever since I improved my overall health and well-being by taking on a parasite cleanse, I have grown wary of letting the suckers come back and get the best of me ever again. That means adopting a mostly green diet, limiting sugar intake, and regularly incorporating foods I know they don’t like, just in case.

Remember Ghostbusters?  If you don’t for some odd reason it’s about a trio of misfit parapsychologists start hunting ghosts for a living in this science fiction comedy. Although I wish the existence of parasites was limited to fiction, my first parasite cleanse  proved the opposite, and converted me from an average girl to a bona fide  Parasite Killa. I learned quickly that if you were about to be taken out by parasites, Apple Cider Vinegar is like a Parasite Killa’s best ammo. Although there are many types of parasites and different foods irritate different worms, there are some parasites that will die automatically just with persistent consumption of apple cider vinegar. I can personally attest to this without giving you any wormy details. This should never be the only remedy you use if you do have worms, as additional herbs and cleansing will be needed depending on the types in your body. For prevention, a daily concoction of this diluted in water and drunk straight or mixed with honey definitely gets a gold seal.   


Why is this exactly? Apple Cider Vinegar helps restore a proper hydrochloric acid balance in the body, and therefore promotes good bacteria and creates an environment in which parasites cannot thrive. It is a fermented drink, and if you remember my previous post, consumption of fermented foods is essential for great colon health. (Check out link below if you missed it.) In tandem with these benefits that give strength to a budding Parasite Killa, apple cider vinegar also provides a host of other benefits that may appeal to any health enthusiast:   

  •  Aids proper digestion and can cure constipation
  • Can help fight bacterial and fungal infections
  • Can relieve join pain
  • Balance cholesterol
  • Can help heal skin conditions such as acne. age spots, and reduces the appearance of cellulite
  • Protects against food poisoning
  • Increases stamina
  • Boosts metabolism and assists with weight loss
  • Prevents bladder stones and urinary tract infections
  • Known to be helpful with a host of ailments: constipation, headaches, arthritis, weak bones, indigestion, high cholesterol, diarrhea, eczema, sore eyes, chronic fatigue, mild food poisoning, hair loss, high blood pressure, obesity etc.

In addition to these zany health benefits, the nutritional profile of apple cider vinegar is quite impressive. The vinegar contains a host of vitamins, beta-carotene, pectin and vital minerals such as potassium, sodium, magnesium, calcium, phosphorous, chlorine, sulphur, iron, and fluorine. Pretty gangsta, if you ask me. If you’re ready to start killin’ those worms, or if you just want to incorporate something groovy that’ll enhance your health, get on the apple cider vinegar bandwagon.  Two tablespoons added to a glass of water is sufficent. You can try a little more if you like, but make sure there is a LOT more water than vinegar. Make sure you always dilute the vinegar, as it is highly acidic when not diluted and if consumed straight in large amounts can lead to loss of teeth enamel or a yellowish color on your teeth. Always buy only the ORGANIC and UNFILTERED kind. The others will not give you the same benefits and do not have the same vitamins and minerals in tact.  – XoXo Raw Girl  

P.S. My cheesy Raw Girl Parasite Killa soundtrack:  

When there’s something strange rumbling in ur tummy – Who u gonna call? PARASITE KILLAS! When ur energy’s low & you don’t feel good – Who you gonna call? PARASITE KILLAS! (I ain’t afraid of no worms)  

Want to know other foods that help you keep a balance of good bacteria in your gut? Check out my past post on fermented foods:  

To find out about more foods parasites don’t like check this post:

18 Responses to The Wonders of Organic Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar: A Parasite Killa’s Best Friend

  1. Dr. Francis Wakhisi says:

    I loved this article!! Especially since I can attest to its truth! I used to have severe reflex!! (extremely dangerous if not curtailed!)I read somewhere that vinegar could permanently take care of this problem. I was very skeptic, but tried it anyway, as I am prone to try anything that promises great health (most of the time)! I can say with certain authority that I have not had any more problems since!!!
    Thank you for sharing about other added benefits! Who would want to live with parasites swarming about ones body???

    • I don’t know who wants to live with swarming parasites but so many people do!!! Hopefully more people will become aware and cleanse, because its so easy to get them these days—and the US happens to be one of the only countries that doesn’t do regular checkups for parasites…whereas in Europe and elsewhere they do and also have over the counter remedies. Thanks for sharing your personal experience with vinegar! So glad that you have healed yourself :) – XoXo Raw Girl

  2. Renea says:

    What about damage to tooth enamel? That ACV is strong stuff. Make sure you use a straw!

    • Damage to enamel is definitely a real issue. This can be avoided if the ACV is properly diluted. If consumed in large amounts without enough water, your right, teeth will suffer :) I did mention that, hope people catch on…. – XoXo Raw Girl

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  4. Jw says:

    What parasite cleanse did you do before apple cider vinegar?

  5. Robin Ray says:

    Love your blog. Thank you for doing this. Xoxo.

  6. Pretty! This has been an incredibly wonderful article.
    Thank you for providing this info.

  7. cheerio says:

    Hey Chica, cool article. Slap some black walnut hull on that bandwagon. :)

  8. christine says:

    Thanks so much for your website…I believe in parasites…but the medical profession doesnt…I actually saw one…Ive done a few cleanses with some success…I am currently using apple cider vinegar and some good results…I will continue to use it and I will try some other stuff to help rid my body of the parasites…thanks again

  9. jaycee says:

    thanks for this! i had no idea that people could get them so easily, but our new dog passed them to our whole family. I will be paranoid for life. The whole idea of worms inside really disturbs me and freaks me out. I just purchased some diatomaceous earth as well as apple cider vinegar to go along with the medicine my doctor prescribed so hopefully it gets rid of them. Will def. be following your blog from now on!

    • rawgirl says:

      Hi there you are so welcome! If you want an in depth guide on how to cleanse of parasites check out my book and 2 week detox in the Raw Girl store called Parasites, Be GONE! It can save you a LOT of time trying a host of things before you get concrete results. Happy Cleansing! -XoXo

  10. Steve says:

    First of all I have to say that I love the way you write! I have had gut problems for a while now and started to suspect parasites. Funny thing is that I just bought a large bottle of apple cider vinegar yesterday to make my BBQ sauce, but this time it was the organic unfiltered type. This morning I decided to look into how to treat a possible parasite invasion and this post popped up. Everything happens for a reason I guess. I’m sure glad that I spent the extra buck on the organic. Thanks! (headin’ to the kitchen)

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