Baking Soda Recipes
Charles Said:Does baking soda mixed with water make you throw up?
We Answered:Read your baking soda box. It will say something about using it as an upset stomach remedy.
Also when I was a kid my mom used water, vinegar and baking powder to help relieve an upset stomach. Believe me it made one burp and could also cause you to throw up.
Kim Said:How much baking soda shall I take for keeping my body free of toxines?
We Answered:Baking soda will not keep your body free of toxins. It may help somewhat with your alkaline/acid balance (pH) and it can kill off some pathogens it comes into contact with, but that pretty much ends at the digestive tract, since baking soda itself is not absorbed intact into the blood stream (though an urban myth would have us believe that it is if we mix it with maple syrup - hogwash!).
To keep your body as free of toxins as possible, drink plenty of water and make sure that you pay attention to keeping your liver healthy and your bile ducts open and flowing. The liver is the body's primary toxin removal organ.
Items that are good for the liver and bile ducts include milk thistle, alpha lipoic acid, selenium, turmeric, beetroot juice and coconut oil.
Three items that help remove heavy metals from the body are cilantro, chlorella and parsley.
Pure cranberry juice and watermelon help keep the kidneys flushed out and healthy. The kidneys are the second most important organ for removal of toxins.
A third area of the body where toxins are removed is the skin. Thus it would be a good idea to keep your skin clean and scrubbed.
It's a toxic world these days, and taking extra measures to help your body clear out toxins is certainly a good idea.
EDIT: If you were previously told that fluoride does not accumulate in the body, you were fed some mainstream misinformation. That happens here often. Mainstream apologists do not want you to know about the dangers of fluoride, which is a mining by product that has been pushed upon an unwitting public under the guise of preventing cavaties. In fact, fluoride is quite dangerous and it actually damages teeth. Funny how the communities in the US with the fewest cavaties do NOT have fluoridated water.
For another look at the issue of whether fluoride accumulates, see:
Derek Said:Baking soda?
They just put a fancier label with a few extra words on it to have an excuse to hike the price up a little. Really it's the same stuff, and in a pinch I have used it.
(not sure, next time you are at the store, compare ingredients.)
Andre Said:baking soda?
We Answered:Baking soda is great for cleaning all kinds of areas in your home. When you go to http://www.armhammer.com/myhome/
it'll show you it's many uses. One of them would be for cleaning dishes and I've pasted the info for you below:
Tips for the Kitchen - Dishes
Deodorize and Clean Dishwashers
Relax. There's no need to run the dishwasher just yet! Sprinkle a handful of ARM & HAMMERÂ® Baking Soda on the dishes or in the bottom of the dishwasher to absorb food odors just lingering in the dishwasher. Double duty! Use ARM & HAMMERÂ® Baking Soda to deodorize before you run the dishwasher and then as a gentle cleanser in the wash cycle.
Food Safe Surface Cleaning
Donâ€™t season with chemicals. Clean your food prep area with natural, food safe ARM & HAMMERÂ® Baking Soda instead of harsh cleaners. Sprinkle ARM & HAMMERÂ® Baking Soda onto a clean damp sponge or cloth and wipe clean, rinse thoroughly, then dry. Great for counters, stainless steel sinks, cutting boards, microwaves, plastic containers, lunch boxes, back splashes, oven tops, range hoods and more!
Thelma Said:Baking Soda....?
We Answered:Both ingredients are inexpensive. Baking is like chemistry, you need to be as precise as possible to ensure a good out come. You wouldn't want to go through all that work for nothing, so head to the store!