Natural Remedies for Acid Reflux Relief - Ted's Q&A

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Not a Cure-all

Posted by Alan (Amsterdam, NL) on 12/17/2007

Hello Ted, I have recently found an article from 1985 about hydrogen peroxide: Lack of antibacterial activity after intravenous hydrogen peroxide infusion in experimental Escherichia coli sepsis.

I think it is important for people to know H2O2 isn't a magic bullet against every microbe. What are your thoughts about this article?

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Dear Claudia: The ACV and baking soda does not interfere with antibiotics. It generally is considered as food and it is actually used in cooking. In practice, it is the milk that interferes with antibiotic absorption. To prevent any problems the ACV and baking soda should be taken apart from other medications by at least 30 minutes, allowing the body to absorbed all the ACV and baking soda before taking any other medications. For sinus problem, not virus, I find taking 1000 mg of sodium ascorbate three times a day for at least a week helps with sinus problems.