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Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda Question

Posted by Aime (Anderson, CA) on 10/03/2006

I have had a severe case of Acid Reflux for past 2 years. Although I didn't believe the doctors and (naturally) they didn't offer any real education about treating it but threw me on the usual pills...I have finally come to know that THIS is EXACTLY what is wrong wiht my body. So I decided to look for natural cures and came across your site. I'm beginning the ACV treatment right away, also the baking soda. What I need to know is.....should I start both or just with the baking soda first then on to ACV? The baking soda for 2-3 weeks then add the ACV? Also, how long does one have to keep up the ACV treatment. I never read any time limit or amount while researching your information and the testamonies. Thank you for your help. I'm PRAYING this is my cure!!! This has been one horrible experience that I will be glad to get healed! Sincerely, Aime

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Dear Aime:

Should I start both or just with the baking soda first then on to ACV?

Yes, do that for the two weeks. The baking soda for 2-3 weeks then add the ACV? Yes on 3 weeks up just add ACV plus baking soda.

Also, how long does one have to keep up the ACV treatment.

If you have acid reflux, I also advise you to take vitamin B complex, B1, B2, B3, B5, B8 at 100 mg each while B12 at 100 mcg, three times a day. Most acid reflux respond well using baking soda, but along with this acv, licorice extract, glycine, certain minerals such as magnesium, molybdenum will help. Drink one pack of electrolyte salts per day also. It contains the needed potassium. Magnesium you just have to obtain elsewhere. The acid reflux problems is due to broad mineral/chemical/electrolytic imbalances that is messing up your entire body's system, plus pathogens in the stomach. Correct the pH, electrolytes, minerals and kill off the pathogen. It is that simple.


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