Sodium bicarbonate, or baking soda, has become even more popular now that it may be the real cure for cancer. Researchers have spent years in an effort to confirm this. Baking soda has been long used in the treatment of fungal infections, and now it’s making its way to the top of all anticancer remedies.
“When taken orally with water, especially water with high magnesium content, and when used transdermally in medicinal baths, sodium bicarbonate becomes a first-line medicinal for the treatment of cancer, kidney disease, diabetes, influenza and even the common cold. And importantly, it is also a powerful buffer against radiation exposure, so everyone should be up to speed on its use.”
Bicarbonate deficiency is one of the most common, and yet unrecognized medical conditions.
Acid pH values affect human physiology, and we only contribute to the problem with the excessive consumption of acidic foods. Biochemical reactions are pH sensitive, and the enzymes are even more sensitive. The food you eat affects the pH values in your body.
Fast foods, and modern diet regimens create an acidic environment in the body. This affects cellular activities and functions. Acidic pH values causes cellular deterioration which triggers the development of cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and heartburn. Human body is designed to be alkaline, which only adds to the importance of baking soda.
“I have used intravenous sodium bicarbonate therapy mostly as a naturopathic treatment for patients who consistently react to allergens or that have chemical sensitivities. This is a great therapy during the Vancouver allergy seasons of spring and fall.
The alkalinizing sodium bicarbonate IV can often immediately stop an allergic reaction, or asthmatic attack, since such reactions cannot persist in an alkaline environment. Some of my patients also get benefit from taking an alkalinizing drink every night to reduce their chemical sensitivity symptoms,” explains Dr. Eric Chan. “All of my Vancouver and Richmond patients have tolerated this therapy markedly well.”