Baking soda and water cleaning

15 things you can clean with baking soda |

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We're forever promoting cleaning with baking soda. After all, most of us have a box or tub of baking soda in the back of a kitchen cabinet or in the pantry. If you've only ever used baking soda in home baking as a leavening agent in cookies, cakes and muffins, you might be surprised to know that it's really effective when used around the house to keep everything from mugs and ovens to carpets and curtains fresh and clean. 

This humble white powder is an important alkaline that can take on the toughest of cleaning tasks and there are so many things you can clean with baking soda. It’s also one of the best eco-friendly ways to keep everything looking good as new. Here’s our pick of the top cleaning tips for things you can clean with baking soda.

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There are so many things you can clean with baking soda really effectively – without the need for store-bought cleaning chemicals. Remember, too, if you have a really tough cleaning job to do, you can use baking soda when cleaning with vinegar or when cleaning with lemon juice as these pairings make a powerful combination. In the meantime, these are our top jobs for cleaning with baking soda, the pantry staple you probably already have at home. 

'I keep a large tub of baking soda (I like this one from Amazon ) in my utility room,' says Lucy Searle, Homes & Gardens' Editor in Chief. 'That way, there's always some on hand to tackle a whole raft of household cleaning jobs, as well as weekend baking.'

1. Windows

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If you'd rather not use strong chemicals, using baking soda to clean windows can be a more eco-friendly way to get a streak-free finish. 'Simply apply the baking soda to a damp cloth and smear over the glass; then simply remove and buff it clean,' says Megan Slack, H&G's News Writer and resident cleaning expert. 'Any stubborn marks, perhaps caused by limescale or grease, can be removed by applying the baking soda, then spraying on some white vinegar before wiping off and buffing. '

2. The oven

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No-one likes using harsh chemicals with their toxic odor that doesn’t do our environment any good. Instead, simply use a homemade paste of baking soda and water brushed onto the surfaces will help you to clean an oven really effectively. Spray the paste with white vinegar and let it foam to shift really stubborn grime. Repeat spraying as needed until any baked-on food residue can be easily wiped away.

'I am a big fan of steering away from harsh chemicals in the oven so use a more natural method of baking soda and white wine vinegar,” agrees Lynsey Crombie, the self-styled Queen of Clean . 'Baking soda is really effective and makes the daunting task of oven cleaning a little easier. All you have to do to get a shining oven is spray the whole oven down, including cleaning a glass oven door, with a water bottle so that it is damp. Pour on a thick layer of baking soda, especially on the bottom, until there is about a quarter inch layer of soda paste on the bottom. If any of the baking soda is still dry, I wet it with the water bottle.'

3. Carpets and curtains

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Lynsey Crombie also recommends making your own freshening spray for a carpet, curtains and fabric surfaces, 'Mix up into a spray bottle half boiling water, two teaspoons of baking soda and a capful of your favorite fabric softener. Allow to sit for half an hour so all the products mix together and then spray away. Always keep a distance of approximately 8in (20cm) when spraying and be careful around pets and children.'

Another fan of baking soda for cleaning tasks is Erin of Lemons, Lavender and Laundry . 'Many years ago I decided to start making my own cleaning products,' she says. 'At first, it was simply a way to save money. Then, it became a way to reduce toxic chemicals in our home. I never knew baking soda was such a powerful, effective cleaning agent until I started to explore all the ways it can be used... clean your oven, freshen fabrics and carpets, clean your sink. .. The list goes on.'

4. The shower

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Limescale is the enemy of all showers, especially if you live in a hard water area. To get rid of that scaly build-up quickly and without fuss when you’re cleaning a bathroom, take a wet microfiber cloth and sprinkle a small amount of baking soda and a few drops of dishwasher liquid onto it.

Rub the cloth to make a soapy lather and scrub the shower screen. For the shower tray, sprinkle some baking soda straight onto the floor, adding a squirt of dishwashing liquid then rubbing with a wet brush. Rinse everything with hot water and dry with a dry cloth. Shower curtains can also be cleaned with the same cloth.

5. Mugs and china

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'I drink a lot of tea and coffee while working,' says Lucy Searle, Global Editor in Chief for Homes & Gardens, 'My mugs quickly become stained and are hard to get clean in the dishwasher. One of my favorite cleaning hacks is to sprinkle a small amount of baking soda onto a scouring pad and scrub for about five minutes. It does need some elbow grease but once finished, simply pop in the dishwasher or rinse under the tap and it looks as good as new. It works for other china that's gotten stained, too.'

6. Drains

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Our household drains can quickly turn stinky if they don’t get some TLC every now and then. So once a week, run some hot water down the drain – on sinks, showers and baths – then pour in about half a cup of baking soda. Let it sit there for 15 minutes or so and rinse with hot water. Het presto, any nasty smells will disappear.

7. Le Creuset

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Our cookware can also benefit from baking soda. Marisa Kerkvliet of uses it for her best Le Creuset buys, 'After a few years of use, my beloved Le Creuset was starting to show some wear with staining and discoloration both on the inside and out. This morning I discovered that simply boiling water and baking soda in the pan for 15 minutes did the trick and left the pan sparkling clean. '

You can also use this trick for pretty much any pan, apart from aluminum.

8. Laundry

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Get rid of odors on dirty clothes and keep whites white at the same time by adding a cup of baking soda to your laundry every time you wash. It also helps keep bright colors bright, too.

9. Tile grout

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Tiles can look dirty and grubby if the grout has those horrible black spots caused by mould and mildew. So to clean grout, mix together two parts baking soda and one part hydrogen peroxide (available at drug stores and health shops). Use an old toothbrush to apply it to the grout. Leave for 20 minutes then rinse with clean water.

10. Sinks

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To keep your sink in tip-top condition when you’re cleaning a kitchen, simply sprinkle some baking soda onto half a lemon and wipe all around the sink before rinsing with water. The acid and alkaline react together to create a frothy substance that helps dissolve dirt.

11. Refrigerator

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When foods start to go off in the refrigerator, it can quickly become a bit smelly inside. So keep a small bowl of baking soda in the refrigerator and this will help to neutralize any odors. As part of your refrigerator cleaning regime, change it every few weeks to keep it working efficiently.

12. Tupperware

Tupperware is so handy for storing leftovers but when you are organizing Tupperware, have a look to find those items that are starting to look a bit stained. Simply soak overnight in washing-up bowl filled with hot water and a dash of baking soda.

13. The microwave

Pop a spot of baking soda onto a damp sponge and use it to clean a microwave. Quick and easy and it helps get rid of odors, too.

14. The trash can

Cleaning with baking soda is a really good way to deodorize smelly items, too. Think: the trash can that has a lingering aroma that you just can't get rid of. The best way to tackle it is to wash out the trash can with hot water and dish soap, empty it of the dirty water then, while it is still wet, sprinkle baking soda into it. Leave for 15 minutes then rinse and allow to dry. If the smell persists, spray the trash can with vinegar then sprinkle on the baking soda. Allow to sit for a few minutes, rinse and dry.

15. The pool

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Using baking soda in your pool is an effective way of increasing the alkalinity and pH level for clear water and curing black algal outbreaks on your pool's walls. 

Alicia Johnson, founder of Cleaning Green LLC , says: 'The rule is 1.5 lbs of baking soda per 10,000 gallons of water will raise the ppm by 10.'

Does baking soda kill ants?

Yes, baking soda does kill ants, when mixed with vinegar. Sprinkled liberally over an ants' nest, this will help you get rid of an infestation. However, we would never advocate killing ants if you can get rid of them in more humane ways, or simply by removing what tempts them into your home or yard.

Can baking soda kill bed bugs?

Can baking soda kill bed bugs? The short answer is: no. If you have a bed bug infestation, you need a professional to help you get rid of it.

Is baking soda a good cleaning agent?

Yes, baking soda is a good cleaning agent. Baking soda acts as a cleaning agent because it is a mild alkali and can cause dirt and grease to dissolve easily in water for effective removal. Because baking soda is a pure, natural product that is also a food, it is non-toxic, unlike many other household cleaners.

What can you not clean with baking soda?

Things you should never clean with baking soda include aluminum cookware. While you can give many metal surfaces a scrub with baking soda, use caution if you’re cleaning aluminum cookware. Also, never use it for cleaning silver and gold if it’s antique, gold-plated serving pieces and marble surfaces. Also avoid cleaning marble countertops and ceramic hobs.

Hayley is an interiors journalist, content provider and copywriter with 26 years experience who has contributed to a wide range of consumer magazines, trade titles, newspapers, blogs and online content. Specialising in kitchens and bathrooms, she has twice won the CEDIA Award for Best Technology feature. Hayley writes for H&G about kitchens, bathrooms, cleaning, DIY and organizing.

Cleaning With Baking Soda: Transform Your ENTIRE Home With One Box


Have you ever tried cleaning with baking soda? It's not just for baking cakes! A cheap box of baking soda (or bicarbonate of soda to some) can effectively clean your entire home. It's extremely versatile and can be used as a mild abrasive, scouring agent and deodoriser to dissolve dirt, tackle odours and cut through grime.

You’ll never spend on expensive cleaning products again once you find out the power of this multi-tasking product! Read on and discover our top cleaning hacks. ..

Editor's Note: This post was originally posted in May 2015 and has been completely revamped and updated for accuracy and comprehensiveness in June 2019.

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What is baking soda?

Do you have some in your kitchen?

Baking soda - also known as sodium bicarbonate - is a leavening agent that is normally used to help baked goods rise - think pancakes, cookies, muffins, and more. If you don't have some in your kitchen cupboards, we'll be surprised!  

You can pick up baking soda, or bicarbonate of soda, from your local supermarket. It's really inexpensive, and it makes a great natural cleaning product.

Clean your bathroom with baking soda

Get it spick and span, the natural way!

From the shower head to the toilet bowl, follow the tips below to get your bathroom sparkling with baking soda.

1. Replace your cream cleaner with bicarbonate of soda

Use a sprinkle of bicarbonate of soda on a sponge to clean any surface you would usually use a cream cleaner on. It'll work just as well to remove dirt and grime. It won't leave you with that harsh chemical smell either. Finish with a micro fibre cloth for an immaculate finish.

2. Use baking soda to clean your hairbrushes and combs

Your hair tools can get extremely gunky over time. Make sure they last a long time and remain in tip-top condition by giving them a good clean every few months.

Soak them in a mixture of 1 teaspoon of baking soda and 2 cups of warm water for an hour then rinse and dry.

3. Toothbrushes are not self-cleaning!

Keep them clean and germ-free.

Don’t pass on bad bacteria to your mouth - soak your toothbrush heads in a mixture of ¼ cup bicarbonate of soda and a ¼ cup of water overnight and rinse the next morning.

4. Use baking soda to make your own bathroom scrub

Mix a ¼ cup of baking soda with 1 tablespoon of liquid detergent and add some vinegar to give it a nice thick consistency. Use a sponge with a large dollop of this home-made cleaner on all your bathroom fittings and you’ll never need to buy bathroom cleaners again.

5. Whiten your grout

Baking soda is great for whitening teeth, so why not use it to whiten your grout? Clean grout is hard to maintain, but this trick will certainly help.

To make your own grout cleaner:

  1. Mix together two parts baking soda and one part hydrogen peroxide.
  2. Use a cloth or an old toothbrush to apply the mixture to the grout.
  3. Optional step: You can also place cotton wool pads on the tile to hold the mixture in place for longer.
  4. Leave to sit for between 10-20 minutes.
  5. Rinse the mixture away with clean water. 

Cleaning with baking soda in the kitchen

Ideally, you want to avoid using chemical-based cleaners in a place where you prepare food. They can be highly toxic, and natural cleaners do the job just as well. We've found some easy switches that you can make with baking soda.  

5. De-grease your oven door

Cleaning with baking soda has never been more effective than in the kitchen.

Cleaning the oven is a job we all hate to do but it needn't be a chore with bicarbonate of soda. This tried and tested method will leave your glass oven door sparkling:

  1. Mix 3 parts bicarbonate of soda to 1 part warm water to form a paste.
  2. Warm the oven for a few minutes and then switch it off.
  3. Wipe the glass with a damp cloth.
  4. Spread the paste on both sides of the oven door.
  5. Leave for 2-3 hours until the paste turns brown.
  6. Wipe both sides with a damp sponge cloth.
  7. Use a plastic car scraper to remove any excess.

6. Unblock your kitchen sink

Look at it sparkle!

Pour half a cup of baking soda down your sink followed by two cups of vinegar (malt is fine) and watch as the alkaline in the bicarb reacts with the acidic vinegar to create a volcano of froth. Leave to settle and it should help dissolve any built-up grime.

If your sink needs extra help, mix 1 cup of bicarbonate of soda with 2 cups of washing powder (great for de-greasing) then follow with vinegar. Finish with a kettle-full of boiling water.

7. Remove tea stains from mugs

The crystals in baking soda can effectively remove stains in your mugs and help return them to their former glory. Just be prepared to put some elbow grease into it!

Sprinkle some bicarb on a clean scourer and get scrubbing. It should take around 5-10 minutes to lift stains and reveal a good-as-new mug.

8. Freshen up smelly sponges

If your sponges are getting a bit smelly don't be tempted to bin them.

Baking soda works wonders at absorbing smells - soak sponges in a bowl full of warm water with 4 tablespoons of dissolved baking soda. Let them air dry and they should smell like new.

9. Keep your fridge fresh

What does yours smell of?

Smelly fridge? Keep it smelling clean with baking soda!

Bad smells aren't just off-putting when you're looking for a midnight snack, they can actually ruin the taste of surrounding food.

Keep a small bowl of bicarb in your fridge to help neutralise smells. It works like a sponge to soak up any bad odours - just remember to change it every month or so. 

10. Remove stains from your Tupperware

Whether it was a leftover curry or spaghetti bolognese that did the damage, you can easily revive your old Tupperware or plastic food containers. If yours are stained, greasy or smelly, soak them overnight in a bowl of hot water with a sprinkling of baking soda to leave them spotless.

11. Use baking soda to clean your dishwasher

Scatter a generous amount of baking soda into your dishwasher then run an empty wash. It'll be clean and fresh again in no time.

12. Remove baked-on residue from pans

Even pan cleaning is easier with baking soda! Shake a generous amount onto any dirty pans or roasting tins, add hot water, a squirt of your usual cleaning liquid, and let sit for 20 minutes. The baking soda will help dissolve any stubborn build-up making it really easy to clean.

13. Clean the microwave inside and out

Get it spick and span!

Has your microwave been neglected?

A small amount of bicarbonate of soda on a damp sponge can effectively clean and cut through any grease in and on your microwave. If you've got a lemon and some vinegar to hand, you can give your microwave a deep clean.

14. Descale a kettle

It's magic!

Limescale is no match for bicarb! You can clean your kettle with it, too. Watch our video to see how it's done.  

Spruce up your living room with bicarbonate of soda

You can clean everything from the carpets to the windows with bicarbonate of soda. Keep reading to find out how!

14. Clean dirty rugs and carpets

Dirty carpet? Baking soda can be used for carpet cleaning. Liberally sprinkle baking soda on your carpet, wait at least 15 minutes then sweep as much of it as you can and vacuum as normal.

For the best results, leave the powder to settle overnight. Your carpet or rug should look brighter and smell good - a nice way to refresh your carpet naturally. Just think how much you could save instead of splashing out on expensive carpet treatments. 

15. Shine silver ornaments and fittings

Combine three parts baking soda to one part water, mix and rub onto and into your silver with a clean cloth or sponge. Rinse thoroughly then dry with a clean cloth – they’ll be sparkling!

16. Make your own version of Febreze

Get your fabrics smelling amazing with this clever hack:

  1. Fill an empty spray bottle with 3/4 hot water.
  2. Add 4 tablespoons of Bicarbonate of Soda.
  3. Shake well and allow to cool a little.
  4. Add a few drops of your favourite essential oil.
  5. Once cooled completely, give it another shake to combine the ingredients, and then spray on clothes and soft furnishings.

17. Remove smells from a sofa

It looks brand new!

Over time your sofa may become a bit whiffy. Sprinkle some baking soda onto a dry sofa and let it sit for 10-20 minutes before hoovering or brushing off.

Use bicarb to clean your clothes

From dull whites to dull jewellery, baking soda will refresh and restore your whole wardrobe!

18. How to brighten whites with baking soda

Are your whites looking a bit dull? Try cleaning with baking soda!

Add 1 cup of baking soda to your next load of laundry along with regular liquid detergent. They’ll emerge much cleaner and brighter than before!

Use this little trick to whiten up the kids' school shirts and polos.

19. How to clean jewellery with bicarbonate of soda

Clean and shiny. 

Make a paste using three parts bicarb and one part warm water until it resembles fondant icing. Then, using a cloth or old toothbrush, apply it to your jewellery. Rinse carefully and dry with a clean cloth.



Where can I buy baking soda? 

Most supermarkets will sell baking soda or bicarbonate of soda in the baking section. It can come in different packaging, including tubs or boxes. 

Are there any other uses for baking soda? 

Yes! Baking soda also has a whole range of health and beauty benefits.

Is baking powder the same thing as baking soda? 

Baking soda and baking powder might sound like the same thing, especially given that baking soda can also go by bicarbonate of soda, but they're very different.

Baking powder is baking soda but with an additional acidic ingredient. Because of the additional acidity, baking powder is not suitable for use in any of these beauty treatments. 

Is washing soda the same as baking soda? 

Although the two are very similar, they are not to be confused for the same product. Washing soda is sodium carbonate with additional cleaning ingredients.

You can make your own washing soda by heating baking soda. Simply spread onto a shallow baking dish and heat at around 200 C. Once cool, you can keep it in an airtight container.  


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Baking soda - “How to soften hard water?! The panacea for my HAIR is....SODA!!!! :) + MANY PHOTOS»

Good afternoon, dear readers!

and this monster is AFTER (((

I'll start with the background: I have blond hair, and I seem to be glad about it ... but how picky I have, it's just impossible to convey. Let's start in order.

This is BEFORE "wonderful" metamorphoses with water

In quite young 9At the age of 0012, my hair behaved obediently, lay down the way I put it, it was even, smooth, thick, in general, everything suited me. To say that I somehow especially looked after them, no ... shampoos, balms, which were at home, I used such. One drawback - thin and electrified, ( all blondes will understand me). Well, let it be, I thought ....))))

And this is the last soda + all kinds of hair products!))

nine0002 My charm))

And somehow, I washed my hair, dried it with a hair dryer, and in the mirror I saw SOMETHING... it wasn't my fair hair, it was some kind of incomprehensible tow, with icicles at the top and with dry chopsticks at the bottom ((At first I thought that I didn’t wash off the shampoo or balm well, I went to wash it off again, dried it and OBOGI !! the tow did not disappear( This is how my struggle for beautiful well-groomed hair began. I was looking for the reason in shampoos, in balms, in a hair dryer, in an iron I blew everyone around me, especially the parents with whom I was still living then, bought expensive professional shampoos and ordinary children's shampoos, and tried all kinds of folk remedies ... in general, such a vinaigrette sometimes I had on my head, and all this didn’t really help. .(((It got to the point that I refused to go to the university, and generally go out .. naively believed that something would change))

a hole diligently dug out for convenience)))

And here is my favorite salt)

And finally I thought that there could be wine in WATER,

which I wash my hair ... I don’t know why this didn’t happen before, it’s still a mystery to me) And the second wave of experiments began, vinegar and boiled water and purchased mineral water went into action, of course it helped, but you can go bankrupt, and there was not always time to boil .. The decoction CAMOMILE helped me a lot, I still often use it.

But the best option for me was the banal food SODA!!!!! nine0025

It turned out that the water was hard, and soda softens it perfectly. I will not describe what soda is, its properties, since so much has been written before me. I'll tell you how I lick it:

I just fill a bath or toe (sometimes) with tap water, and add soda there .. and my head ... THIS IS ALL. Someone will say uncomfortable, but I'm used to it, for me it's a great and so far the only way to deal with hard water. Also, when I bathe, I add soda and sea salt to the water, so I get relaxation for the whole body + it is good for the skin, it reduces the appearance of cellulite, etc., etc. I combine business with pleasure, so to speak. Soda, like salt, I add "by eye"))

I will add a small recipe:

  • Before taking a warm bath, dissolve about 100 g of soda in water. This procedure will have an anti-inflammatory effect on the skin of the body and, if necessary, help relieve itching and redness. The skin after such a bath will delight you with smoothness and well-groomed.

So, for me, SODA is a real panacea for my hair. I am attaching photos to prove my point. Of course, soda dried my hair, but this is another story, I think in the future I will write down how I moisturize them))) I will only add that not all tap water does this to me, probably only my district of the city made me so "happy")) ) nine0003

PS. This is my first review, I hope you enjoy it and it will be useful for someone. Thank you for your attention!!)))) Health to you.

Purification of the body with soda: indications, contraindications, methods of implementation.

For the full flow of metabolic processes in the body, the correct acid-base balance must be maintained. The pH level can deviate up or down due to irrational nutrition, stress, the influence of external factors, heavy physical exertion, severe pathologies, such as diabetes, prolonged fever, severe burns, metabolic diseases, diseases of the kidneys, intestines. There is a very popular opinion that baking soda helps restore balance. Let's try to figure out if this is true? nine0003

Is it possible to cleanse the body with soda?

Normal level Blood pH in the body is about 7.4. If it is shifted towards an acidic environment, then a person's metabolism slows down, the delivery of nutrients and oxygen to cells deteriorates, vital functions are inhibited, and immunity decreases.

Soda, when dissolved, makes the aqueous medium slightly alkaline. Such a solution neutralizes acids, alkalizing the body. By restoring the pH level, you can improve the body's ability to cleanse blood vessels, blood and lymph, and neutralize toxins. nine0003

Abuse of sodium bicarbonate is fraught with a shift in the acid-base balance towards alkalization and the occurrence of alkalosis, i.e. alkalization of the body. . In addition, the intestine gets used to the impact on its environment from the outside and gradually ceases to regulate it. Also in the body there is a special system that maintains the constancy of the internal environment - the system of homeostasis. With prolonged use of soda and alkalization, it will cause a shift in pH to the acid side using compensation mechanisms. Excess soda can also cause leaching of intestinal microflora. nine0003

Therefore, before resorting to alkalization, you need to consult a doctor to make sure that the procedure is necessary and that there are no possible health risks. This is especially true for people with kidney disease, edema, bowel disease, stomach or duodenal ulcers. .

Absolute contraindications to soda alkalization are pregnancy, lactation, low pH, hypertension, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, oncological pathologies, and diabetes. nine0003

Attention! To independently control the process of alkalization of the body, purchase litmus papers at the pharmacy that determine the pH level of saliva or urine.

The safer way to normalize your pH is by eating the right foods. Cereals, any fruits, green vegetables, dairy products have an alkalizing property.

Cleansing of the body can be carried out in other ways. For example, using Phytotea from wild herbs No. 1 (Cleansing and drainage) - Baikal Tea Collection. Herbal collection with hay, buckthorn, Kuril tea and clover accelerates metabolic processes and helps to remove toxins from the body. nine0003

Also, the natural Cleansing phytosorbent Pure Life - Essential Sorbents is perfect for cleansing the body, the plant components of which bind accumulated harmful substances and quickly remove them in natural ways. In addition, phytosorbent normalizes metabolic processes in the body and ensures proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.

Methods and rules for using soda at home

You can not use soda powder in dry form, washed down with water. A solution is prepared from it. To do this, sodium bicarbonate is quenched with a small amount of boiling water. nine0003

At first, it is better to use a minimum of soda for alkalization: at the tip of a teaspoon. The maximum daily dosage is 1 tsp. The product should be taken in the morning on an empty stomach and/or during the day one hour before or one hour after a meal.

Neumyvakin prescription

All week before and after the procedure, you must adhere to a plant-based diet. Meat, smoked, fried, salty dishes are excluded from the menu. The cleaning itself is carried out for 6 days: nine0003

  • 1st: drink ⅟₄ tsp 3 times. soda quenched in 200 ml of boiling water;
  • 2nd: drink ⅟₂ tsp. powder diluted with 200 ml of boiling water, in the same mode;
  • 4th, 5th and 6th: dilute in the morning 1 tbsp. l. powder in 1.5 liters of hot water and drink throughout the day, alternating with vegetable broths and apple juice;
  • second half of the 6th day: mix 200 ml of lemon juice with 200 ml of olive oil and drink in small sips every 15 minutes, and before going to bed make an enema. nine0070
Attention! During cleaning, you need to monitor your well-being. If you experience discomfort of any kind, whether it be heartburn or increased gas formation, you should stop taking it and consult a doctor.

Ogulov's recipe

First, they take a soda solution, gradually increasing the dosage from ⅟₅ to ⅟₂ tsp. powder in 200 ml of water. After that, using Esmarch's mug, an enema is made from 30 g of salt and 2 liters of water. Then drink a cleansing solution of 1 tbsp.

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