REPOST: Sodium Bicarbonate (Must have for Health!)

Sodium Bicarbonate (NaHCO3) commonly called baking soda is a natural substance used in the human body within the bloodstream to regulate pH as a counterbalance to acid build up. Bicarbonate affects the pH of cells and tissues, balances cell voltage, and increases CO2 which helps with oxygenation. This process is essential for life.

Sodium Bicarbonate can be used as a first line of defense for a vast range of sickness including, cancer, flu, diabetes, kidney disease and even the common cold. Sodium Bicarbonate can be used in many forms whether transdermally in a bath, orally or nebulized for lung conditions.

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Benefits of sodium bicarbonate

Sodium bicarbonate may be an inexpensive element, but it plays an important role in your daily routine for your health, and these benefits include:

1/ Dental health:

You can get white teeth through the use of sodium bicarbonate, through which you can get the desired results, sodium bicarbonate is characterized by its natural sandy texture, sodium bicarbonate can also be used as an alternative to toothpaste or sprayed on toothpaste to remove stains To whiten the teeth, for desired results, simply bring 1 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate in half a cup of water and use it as a mouthwash.

2/ Shiny and clean hair:

Permanent use of hair products may cause the accumulation of chemicals on the hair such as shampoos, which affects the shape and color of the hair, to restore the shine of the hair, you should add a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate to the shampoo so that you rub it in your hand, then add it to your hair as usual, then rinse thoroughly.

3/ Soothe skin irritation:

Sodium bicarbonate is a natural ointment to treat skin irritation, to relieve the itching generated by heat, as it relieves insect bites, sodium bicarbonate can be used by mixing it with a sufficient amount of water to make a paste and then leave it to dry, you do the process to exit and neutralize toxins, thus providing the insole The right one.

4/ Acid neutralization:

The alkaline properties of sodium bicarbonate help in an effective way in the treatment of heartburn, acid and digestive indigestion, many of the components of the diet contain meat, dairy products, sugars, alcohol, and beverages, which contain caffeine which can produce a lot of acids in the body, Sodium bicarbonate can be used as an antacid by mixing a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate with 1/2 cup of water, which controls acidity.

5/ Fights diseases:

The presence of too many acids in the body can lead to potential problems such as arthritis and various forms of cancers, in order to neutralize acids and restore alkaline, alkali not only boosts immune system but also fights cancer. POSTS

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6/ Helps chronic kidney disease:

An experimental study conducted at the Royal London Hospital found that a daily dose of sodium bicarbonate can help chronic kidney disease sufferers to avoid having dialysis, and also found that sodium bicarbonate can significantly slow progress in the case only 9% of those treated with bickerb Sodium, as shown by the rapid development of the disease, as opposed to 45% of the untreated group.

Uses of sodium bicarbonate:

1. Use it as an antacid.
2. Use as an underarm deodorant.
3. Use it as toothpaste.
4. Use it for facial and body snares.
5. Use it to moisture your skin.
6. Use it to help relieve itchy skin from insect bites and pain from sunburn.
7. Remove strong odors from your hands.
8. Relieve the rash of children.
9. Apply them to insect bite places.
10. Relieve pain by using mouthwash.
11. Use it to relieve bee stings.
12. Applied to jellyfish bites to extract poison.
13. To keep the cut flowers to live longer by adding a teaspoon to the water in the rose pot.
14. Use them in putting out small fires in carpets, upholstery, clothing, and wood.
15. Spray in the refrigerator to absorb odors.
16. Sprinkle on shoes, socks to eliminate the stench.
17. Wipe the windshield of the car to repel the rain.
18. Put them at the banks and windows to repel cockroaches and ants.
19. Spray on the garbage can to absorb the bad smell.
20. Spray on the hair comb or brush to remove the bad smell of the skin.

The amazing thing about sodium bicarbonate is that it is very cheap and has all the useful uses of the past, you can do all these things at a very small cost, sodium bicarbonate is really an amazing product.

Sodium bicarbonate damage:

Sodium bicarbonate can have a harmful effect when overused causing skin drying, Nausea and bloating, if any of these symptoms appear, you should contact your doctor, baking soda or sodium bicarbonate usually do not have any side effects if they are circulated in natural amounts in foods.

Side effects of larger doses may work on high blood pressure, headaches, loss of appetite, thirst, nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, fatigue and other symptoms, sodium bicarbonate or baking soda containing high sodium.

Medical side effects of Sodium Bicarbonate

Sodium bicarbonate is an antacid that is used to relieve heartburn and acid indigestion, your doctor may prescribe sodium bicarbonate to control the acidity of blood or urine in certain circumstances.

Sodium bicarbonate may cause some side effects, you should tell your doctor if the following symptoms appear severely:

• Increased thirst
• Stomach cramps
• Gases

If you have any of the following symptoms, stop taking sodium bicarbonate and call your doctor immediately:

• Severe headache
• Nausea
• Vomiting is like coffee
• Anorexia
• Irritability
• Vulnerability
• Frequent urge to urinate
• Slow breathing
• Swelling of the feet or lower legs