EDITOR’S NOTE (November 15, 2019): Edited for clarity and added a new photo.
Dill pickle juice (without pickles) is available in most major grocery stores. Famous for relieving indigestion, nausea and muscle cramps.
I purchase a jar of dill pickles (16 ounces) once a month. Sipping the juice quickly relieves muscle cramps and vertigo symptoms. My aunt and I eat the pickles alone, on a burger or in potato salad.
Individuals with high blood pressure should consult their doctor before drinking.
Store bought dill pickle juice has a high sodium content. AVOID if you have high blood pressure! Thankfully, there are homemade dill pickle juice recipes with far less sodium.
Dill pickles frozen in dill pickle juice make delicious ice cubes. Add to dill pickle juice to keep it cold, strong and full of flavor.