THERE WAS A TIME, DECADES AGO, WHEN DOCTORS WOULD PRESCRIBE BICARBONATE OF SODA, AKA BAKING SODA, mixed with water to patients suffering from influenza or other temporary ills. By the way, baking soda does not contain aluminium, baking powder usually does.
Now its efficacious use is known by only a handful of holistic medical practitioners. Though not part of the medical establishment’s “standard of care,” which if not followed can result in an MD’s loss of license to practice, bicarbonate of soda has been used by paramedics and ER attendants for extreme emergencies. A handful of MDs have even discretely used it on kidney patients to augment or avoid dialysis.
Now a medical study has reported indications of dampening inflammation that bring on autoimmune diseases. The study was published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Immunology in April of 2018 to confirm the hypothesis that bicarbonate of soda does have medical merit, and can be a simple cure to autoimmune diseases.