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At the end of the day, it seems the only role for vinegar is in the treatment of Pseudomonas infections where there is no broken skin - my ears, for instance! And even then, the concept of an infection without broken skin may be an oxymoron................
Honorary Research Associate, Institute for Human Evolution, University of Witwatersrand
Adjunct Associate Professor (Human and Comparative Anatomy), University of Western Sydney
Fellow of The Centre For Human Biology, The University of Western Australia
"Please God, deliver me whole from Creationists......."
vinegar is effective not only in Pseudomonas infections but also in other infections due and also free from side effects as well . I have found it very useful . So I have found it very very useful in Toenail Infection . Moreover, It is an inexpensive yet effectual approach to cure nail fungus is using vinegar.