Church organist claims to have cured her arthritis with vinegar
AN organist at a Bolton church who says she cured herself of arthritis using a home remedy is to appear on Channel 4 to talk about her amazing recovery.
Sarah Gall, who plays the organ at St William of York Catholic Church in Great Lever, started suffering with the condition in 2005 and became virtually housebound.
However, after taking daily doses of cyder vinegar – made from a single pressing of vintage fruit – mixed with honey, her arthritis completely disappeared and she was able to return to playing the organ.
Mrs Gall, aged 60, will now appear on an episode of the TV show ‘Health Freaks on Trial’, after being filmed at the church over the summer.
She said: “It’s really exciting to know I’ll be able to share my story on television.
“I didn’t expect the call — it was very out of the blue.
“It was nerve-wracking doing this show, knowing that I was being filmed the whole time.
“I want people to see me looking healthy, because I’m walking proof that home remedies do work.”
Mrs Gall, who also played at St Stephen and All Martyr’s Church in Darcy Lever, praised Bolton people.
She said: “St William is a very friendly church, they keep me busy there.
“Bolton people are generally very down to earth, welcoming and easy to talk to.”
Following her amazing recovery, Mrs Gall wrote a leaflet about her experiences in ‘One Advance Against Arthritis’.
Since publishing she has received support from all over the world from people who have also recovered from the condition.
One lady in Denmark even went as far as translating ‘One Advance Against Arthritis’ into Danish.
Mrs Gall will appear on episode four of Health Freaks on Trial which is to air on Monday, November 11 at 8.30pm.
The series starts on Channel 4 on Monday.
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