2. Cure for jellyfish stings.
Several studies have found that the acetic acid in vinegar counteracts the stinging and pain caused by jellyfish venom, and a study published in The Medical Journal of Australia found that vinegar applied to tentacles left in your skin will not only cut the pain, but also prevent the release of more venom. Toss a bottle in your beach bag before you hit the ocean this summer.
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8 Nifty Uses for Vinegar
Vinegar may keep people from accumulating too much belly fat—it can also defend you from jellyfish and slugs, and keep your hair from turning green.
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