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Miraculous Baking Soda

Updated on April 19, 2013

Did you know that during the early part of the 20th century, baking soda was prescribed for flues and colds? I bet you would be surprised to learn that an oncologist in Italy, Dr. Tullio Simoncini is using baking soda to cure cancer! This simple and very inexpensive treatment can be taken orally or by infusion.  In. Dr. Simoncini’s book, “Cancer is a Fungus”, he states that sodium bicarbonate is said to destroy the fungal colonies that lie at the heart of the cancer tumor.

Baking soda, also called sodium bicarbonate, is a safe and very inexpensive item. Evidently baking soda sends a shock wave of alkalinity to the cancer cell which allows for more oxygen which cancer cells can not tolerate.

Bicarbonate of soda is a naturally occurring substance. It can be found in many parts of the world having been discovered in the 1840’s. Baking soda has a very high pH value and low pH or acidity.

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A Cure for Candida & Cancer?

Dr. Simoncini a Rome based oncologist, injects sodium bicarbonate directly into a cancer tumor while Dr. Mark Sircus administers the baking soda to his patients orally or by IV. They both state that they have had a lot of success with their patients.

Dr. Simoncini also noted that Candida exists in the area around the cancer and has concluded that yeast infections can create cancer cells. Evidently Candida yeast infections can be destroyed with bicarbonate of soda because of the increase in the pH. It is well known that cancer cells cannot survive with high pH or high oxygen levels.

Common Uses of Baking Soda

 Baking soda can be found on the inside of refrigerators as a air purifier.  It can also work on deodorizing carpets and other household materials.  Used in the laundry or mixed with vinegar it is a great household cleaner.  Clogged drains don’t stand a chance against a mixture of baking soda and vinegar.  No more chemicals or toxic fumes to deal with!

Not sure what’s in your underarm deodorant?  Try using pure baking soda.  Don’t like using toothpaste with all sorts of chemicals then try mixing baking soda with common hydrogen peroxide to keep your pearly whites looking their best.

Here’s a recipe to cure your next flu or cold.  Add a half or full teaspoon of baking soda to a glass of water and drink a couple of times a day for a few days.  Adding baking soda to lemon and water will help cure your heartburn.  Just remember to add the lemon or even molasses or maple syrup to help neutralize stomach acids that could hamper digestion.

Dirt on Fruits and Vegetables?

Baking soda can be used to wash fruits and vegetables. Fill your kitchen sink with water and add a tablespoon or two of baking soda. Let them soak for a couple of minutes and then all you have to do is scrub the dirt off. Not only is it safe to use but it is also very effective. Also, baking soda can help to keep your drains clean. Pour some baking soda down the drain followed by either hot water or vinegar. Now you don't have to use any chemicals to get the dirt off your fruits and vegetables and to keep your sink clean and smelling fresh!

Baking Soda and Acne

If you haven’t found any relief from your acne perhaps it is time to try a home grown method. Baking soda! This is a very inexpensive solution and can easily be found in most supermarkets if not already in your kitchen cupboard.

The method is very easy as well. Take a glass or mug and add some water and then the baking soda. You want to mix the two ingredients together to form a paste like mixture. Using your fingers, apply the paste on your skin where you have acne. Massage it in a little and then leave on the skin for five or ten minutes.

Once the mixture has dried on your skin you can wash it off with some warm water and use your hands and not a wash cloth to remove the mixture. Pat the skin dry with a clean, cotton towel.

After rinsing and drying your skin, apply a good moisturizer to help retain moisture. You can repeat this treatment several times a week until your skin has cleared up.

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      True Blue Tips 7 years ago

      Hi Lynda. Thanks for making my laugh. I was really surprised where this topic took me. I thought I was going to find a biscuit recipe too!

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      lmmartin 7 years ago from Alberta and Florida

      Amazing information. I'll never look at a box of baking soda the same way.

      By the way, you can also use the stuff to make biscuits. Lynda

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