Amish Remedy for Leg Cramps?

I am looking for the recipe using apple cider vinegar, ginger juice, and garlic juice.


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August 26, 20161 found this helpful
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I have never heard of it being Amish but just mix apple cider vinegar and water in a 1 to 4 ratio.

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January 5, 20190 found this helpful

When I get occasional leg cramps, I put in a glass: a slosh of apple cider vinegar, a bit (maybe quarter tsp.) of ground or powdered ginger, and about the same amount of crushed or minced garlic (the kind you buy in a jar at grocery store kept in fridge) and a maybe a quarter to half cup water. Mix it up and drink it down. It tastes horrible, but within seconds you can feel the muscle cramps releasing and they don't come back the rest of the night.

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March 17, 20191 found this helpful

That's what I do, but I buy organic raw unfiltered ACV with a mother. Absolutely the only thing that helps my severe leg cramps. I use 2 T in about 8 ou.


water before bed. I used to buy the Amish formula but it was very expensive and didn't work as well. It has also helped me lose 20# !

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October 4, 20210 found this helpful

I had real bad ankle cramping. I ordered some apple cider vinegar with garlic juice and ginger mix from the Amish. It really worked, but you don't drink it you rub it on to your ankle or wherever the cramp is.
It was kind of expensive. Now i am making it myself. They did not tell you the exact amounts of each I just use mostly apple cider vinegar and a little garlic juice (also very expensive) and some ground ginger. It works very fast.

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November 24, 20160 found this helpful

I can't find the recipe, but I have been using Caleb Treeze old amish recipe, Stops Leg cramps, and it is working amazingly well. I would love to be able to make my own.

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March 17, 20190 found this helpful

I have had leg cramps (from the knees down including the toes) for years and have tried everything known to man. Nothing helped. One day I ask my heart doctor about it and he wrote me a prescription for magnesium oxide.


That was over a year ago and I havent had any since. It is prescription so you will have to ask your doctor. Hope this helps.

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August 8, 20211 found this helpful

One tablespoon of ginger juice and one tablespoon of garlic juice and 8 oz of apple cider vinegar

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