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Baking Soda, Apple Cider Vinegar

Baking soda is a pure substance (bicarbonate of soda).
Baking powder is traditionally a mixture of bicarbonate of soda and cream of tartar (from tartaric acid).

Other Names: Apple Cider Vinegar, Cider Vinegar
Traditional Usages: Frizzy Hair, Dandruff, Athlete's Foot, Body Odour, Genital Warts, Skin Blemishes, Flatulence, Bad Breath, Herpes, Gout, Sunburn, Oral Thrush, Sore Throat, Psoriiasis, Chicken Pox, Liver Diseases, Abscess, Itching and Skin Rashes, Varicose Veins, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding
Parts Used: Apple, Fruit


Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar - Home remedy for Sores:  Baking Soda and Apple Cider Vinegar are both alkaline substances that will help to balance the acidity in the mouth, reducing the pain of the canker sore. Make a paste of baking soda and water and dab it directly on the sore, or swish a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water in the mouth.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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