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aloe vera apple cider vinegar drink for acid reflux

Aloe Vera, Apple Cider Vinegar, and Manuka Honey Drink

This tasty drink can both prevent acid reflux and treat heartburn after it has occured.
Aloe vera forms designed for internal consumption are great for preventing and treating heartburn.
Apple cider vinegar helps eliminate acid reflux. When swallowed, it stimulates the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) to close. The LES is a ring of muscles that close to keep acids in the stomach and out of the esophagus. If stomach acid makes it into the esophagus, the acid irritation can cause heartburn and other unpleasant acid reflux symptoms.
Apple cider vinegar not only stimulates the LES to close, it is alkalizing. This means it will help reduce acidity in the body.
Manuka honey has many health benefits and has been included in this recipe to make the apple cider vinegar more palatable.
Only use aloe vera form designated for internal use.

Aloe Vera, Apple Cider Vinegar, and Manuka Honey Drink Recipe




  1. To warm water in a mug, thouroghly mix all ingredients.
  2. Enjoy and feel better!

aloe vera apple cider vinegar drink for acid reflux

Check out this drink recipe. Aloe vera, apple cider vinegar (ACV), and manuka honey can be combined into a healthy drink for the relief of heartburn due to acid reflux.

  1. Rommana 2 months ago

    What time of the day should this be done and for how long? I’m doing it when I wake up with the stomach empty.. is that ok? Thanks again!

    • Author
      Steve Hood 2 months ago

      Hello Rommana, thank you for your question. I make this and other heartburn remedy drinks as needed. Many people take similar ingredients on a daily basis to correct pH levels. Be aware that aloe vera has diuretic effects. You might want to speak with your doctor before getting on a daily regimen of aloe vera.

  2. Julia Knutson 3 months ago

    Can I prep these for the week?

    • Author
      Steve Hood 3 months ago

      I’ve not prepped it ahead of time. I think it would work fine if kept refrigerated. Let me know how it goes. 😀

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