Everyone have at least one box of baking soda in their home right now.


Baking soda is 100 % sodium bicarbonate, in its natural form, baking soda is known as nahcolite, which is part of the natural mineral natron. Natron which contains large amounts of sodium bicarbonate has been used since ancient times. Egyptians used the warming pop as a paint to make the typical representations.

Here are some facts about baking soda:

  1. Paste it can be uncommonly suitable in clearing sections.
  2. When mixed with water, planning pop transforms into corrosive neutralizer
  3. Most over-the-counter antacids contain some form of bicarbonate. Baking soda works by immediately neutralizing stomach acid, helping to relieve heartburn, indigestion, and even ulcer pain. I have personally recommended this to many, including family members, and have been surprised how remarkably effective it is.

Dosing is typically ½ teaspoon fully dissolved in a half a glass of water, taken every two hours (do not take more than seven ½ teaspoons in 24 hours, or three ½ teaspoons if you’re over 60

The simple household product used for baking, cleaning, bee stings, treating asthma, cancer, and acid indigestion is so effective in treating kidney disease that it prevents patients from having to be put on kidney machines.

Pro Thomas P. Kennedy said that by trading a sodium bicarbonate for saline implantation going before the association of radiocontrast material can decrease the rate of nephropathy.

Dr. SK Hariachar, a nephrologist who oversees the Renal Hypertension Unit in Tampa Florida stated, upon seeing the research on bicarbonate and kidney disease, “I am glad to see confirmation of what we have known for so long.  I have been treating my patients with bicarbonate for many years in attempts to delay the need for dialysis, and now we finally have a legitimate study to back us up. Not only that, we have the added information that some people already on dialysis can reverse their condition with the use of sodium bicarbonate”.


The research included 134 individuals with kidney disease and they were separated into two groups. The people in the first group were told to take a pill with sodium bicarbonate for one year. They showed better results than the other half that used ordinary regular treatment.