Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda for your body : Page 1

In your search for organic and frugal methods of cleaning your body, getting rid of nasty rashes or just when you need a little extra care for you personal use, you can find many uses for baking soda here that will meet this need You will find tips here that help you with your hair, your skin, as a deodorant, for your hands, for your breath, for your teeth and for your ears and down to your feet. Explore the many uses of baking soda for a healthier you!

Healthy drinks
Do you want to save a little money but still make healthy drinks for your family? You can make this sports drink that will quench their thirst. Boil a quart of water, add one tablespoons of salt, one teaspoon of baking soda, five teaspoons of sugar, and one package of sugar free kool aid or similar type children’s drink. Mix this together, pour into a container, and refrigerate until cool. You can put this in a sports bottle just like any other sports drink you would buy at the store but it costs so much less!

Insect bites
Do you have an itchy rash from an insect bite that is itching like crazy? Get relief from an itchy bug bite by mixing baking soda and water into a thick paste. Spread this over the itchy area and let it sit for a few minutes. The baking soda will provide you fast relief from itchy bug bites.

Allergic reaactions
If you are having an allergic reaction to foods or a medication you can get relief from the hives. Using two cups of baking soda in your cool bath, and then rubbing additional baking soda over your body where the hives are affecting you, will bring you relief fast. This is not a cure for your allergic reaction, only a relief while your allergy medication is taking effect so that you can get relief from the hives.

Sun stroke
If you are too hot from a day out in the sun, taking a cool bath with two cups of baking soda in the water will cool your body down.

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