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Let us start by saying that it is not recommended to use home-made remedies off of some internet website, as the information may be inaccurate and misleading. You should always consult with a healthcare professional in order to avoid adverse outcomes. The concept of manipulating urine pH in order to accelerate the excretion of certain drugs is well-known. ...


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One systematic review (1) conducted in 2003 examined the efficacy of several complementary and alternative therapies (including douching with sodium bicarbonate) for yeast vaginitis and bacterial vaginosis Here an extract of their abstract: Inconsistencies in definition of vaginitis, type of intervention, control groups, and outcomes prevented ...


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OK. I'll tackle your question in two parts.... The baking soda part: If you've read the source article cited by you till the end, you will understand that oral sodium bicarbonate, through correction of metabolic acidosis, improved thyroid function in CKD patients. So...the so called helpful effect which you've mentioned is seen only in patients with chronic ...


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First of all: even brushing with nothing – except the dry brush – is better for dental hygiene than doing nothing at all. Before the invention of the tooth brush people were actively caring for their teeth. One interesting example is found in the "toothbrush tree", which has a number of beneficial attributes. To address the questions: Abrasiveness is ...


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No, No and no... A simple google search for the words "baking soda hair" reveals: "Baking soda may cause long-term damage and hair breakage" http://www.healthline.com/health/beauty-skin-care/baking-soda-hair#overview1 People use baking soda + vinegar to clean combs and drains... Don't put it on your hair unless you look like Bruce Willis and going ...


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