ALUMINIUM FREE Bicarbonate of Soda - a low cost and versatile remedy!
Having been used for decades, even by oncologists, Sodium Bicarbonate is well studied and understood. For example, sodium bicarbonate is administered routinely in IV infusions in order to prevent damage to the kidneys from the toxicity of chemotherapy and radiation. It is used in clinics, hospitals and it is always found in emergency departments.
A typical modern diet has resulted in a decrease of the blood pH value below the recommended range of 7.34 - 7.45. A lower pH (tending towards a relatively higher acidic value) leads to the deterioration of cells, which can lead to serious health problems such as gastritis, diabetes, osteoporosis, cardiovascular diseases and cancer.
The fact that biological life functions better in an alkaline (non-acidic) environment clearly supports the usefulness of sodium bicarbonate and it is responsible for the transport of oxygen into the tissue.
Among over things, an elevated pH value (higher alkalinity) of the urine may prevent serious kidney damage and crystallisation (stones) in the urinary tract. It has been established that uric acid can cause kidney stones, diabetes, heart attack, heart disease and gout. Also uric acid derivatives can create a toxic compound called "alloxan" (which can also be produced by fungi). High alloxan levels are associated with diabetes.
Oral administration of sodium bicarbonate may prevent arthritis, infection, gout and assists the activity of the pancreas which produces most of the bodys' bicarbonate and it is also responsible for the production of insulin. We take a teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate on an empty stomach twice a day, helping the body to become more alkaline, thereby allowing the pancreas to instead focus more on maintaining the appropriate insulin levels.
Regardless of whether someone has neurological or cardiac diseases, cancer or severe form of the flu, sodium bicarbonate (together with magnesium chloride) may be helpful. Consult your health professional for dosages and more information.