Stop Taking Prevacid, Dexilant Etc....


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margaritagirl Says:

I have done tons of research... prevacid or dexilant etc are meant to be taken for about 2 months..... myself and many other people have been on it for years!
acid reflux can be caused by TOO LITTLE ACID, so maybe the medication is making it worse, now i am feeling one of the many side effects? (nausea and stomach cramping off and on for last year) or perhaps Apple cider vinegar does neutralize the reflux?
I bet of all the people who have reflux 95% can be helped with ORGANIC APPLE CIDER VINEGAR.... i couldn't go off the meds, even if i forgot the daily pill, i would have heartburn by midday and then i would have heartburn constantly...
SO MANY PEOPLE say ACV works, i had the regular one, but they said it has to be organic with mother of the apple?... so i tried it... a few days now, no medication and NO HEARTBURN....
I have a tablespoon of ACV with teaspoon of honey in a big cup of warm water in the morning and the same with supper. There is an occasional person who find it causes more heartburn... If you are taking the ORGANIC VERSION, then its unfortunate ACV isn't helping you
and I hope you find something
I hate taking medicine if you don't have to, and after years of any medication what does it do to your body?? hope this helps someone out there

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