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What keeps people with pain or physical discomfort from realising “redemption” for themselves? The financial burden, the availability or the feasibility? All three together? Well, then I have something for you.

The pain relieving expert gives some guidance. What keeps people with pain or physical discomfort from realising “redemption” for themselves? The financial burden, the availability or the feasibility? All three together? Well, then I have something for you.

We are talking about a powder, sodium hydrogen carbonate. What are we talking about? You all know it… Just a moment. Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) is available extremely cheaply in supermarkets, drugstores or online. However, it must be really pure sodium hydrogen carbonate, completely free of additives. Baking powder and baking soda are not the same!

Do not confuse baking soda with baking powder. Conventional baking powder can also contain baking soda. And – The so-called washing soda or also sodium carbonate (Na2CO3) has nothing to do with baking soda.

Sodium hydrogen carbonate – is a naturally occurring substance. It was discovered around1840 (almost 200 years ago) Besides its use in baking, other properties were discovered quite quickly. Influenza, colds, but also chronic illnesses disappeared quite quickly after taking it. Why? Sodium bicarbonate has a high pH value, i.e. it is alkaline. People who suffer from poor health and are prone to illnesses of all kinds are usually over-acidified, i.e. the pH values of their tissues tend to be low.

If they take alkaline natron, the excess acids can be neutralised and the body pH levels rise again. If it is so effective, so inexpensive and so easy to use and free of side effects (!) – why do only few use it?

I can only speculate here: Medicines cost more. I am touching on the subject of cancer and sodium bicarbonate here, only very briefly.

If you want to know more about it: “Sodium Bicarbonate: Rich Man’s Poor Man’s Cancer Treatment” by Mark Sircus. Just for food for thought: Sodium bicarbonate raises the patient’s pH value and supplies his organism with oxygen. Cancer cells, however, cannot thrive in an alkaline and oxygen-rich environment any more than Candida fungi can.

Researchers from Georgia/USA reported in April 2018 that a drink of sodium bicarbonate in water regulates the immune system after only a few weeks in such a way that the number of pro-inflammatory defence cells dwindles and the number of anti-inflammatory ones increases instead.And pain in the body is very often accompanied by increased inflammation levels.

How do I personally use NaHCO3? A small pinch of it in my morning coffee. To counteract the over-acidifying effect of coffee on the body. And the coffee tastes much rounder, much more balanced. Where else could NaHCO3 be used?

-For flu and colds (mix half a teaspoon to a teaspoon with water and drink this solution several times a day for a few days).

-Soda in footbath water made aching or tired feet perk up.

-Sodium bicarbonate added to a full bath had a rejuvenating effect (50-100g).

-Sodium bicarbonate sprinkled in shoes dispelled the smell of sweat.

-Soda in lemon water helps against heartburn.

Caution: Do not take too much sodium bicarbonate – especially not immediately before or after meals – because then the stomach acid could be neutralised! Therefore, it is recommended to take the sodium bicarbonate at least 1 hour apart from meals.

So I am extremely enthusiastic.

Last point: How much does it cost? A very superficial search on the internet showed prices of 2 kg for 10€.

The financial burden, availability or feasibility. All addressed. What´s your opinion?

And if you´ve pain, you know how to contact me, right? 🙂 Questions, suggestions? See you next time.

Stay strong.


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