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Baking Soda and Lime for Fibroids Causing Nausea

Posted by Tina (Hull, Iowa) on 12/04/2011

Ted, I started taking the baking soda and lime with water mixture for my fibroids I have been taking it for a few days now but I get nauseated and I get a hungry feeling about 10-20 minutes after I take it although I ate maybe 20-30 mins prior to taking it. I was wondering if you could possibly give me feed back on why I'm getting these feelings. Am I putting too much baking soda in the mix??

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

Yes, it is a sign of vitamin B complex deficiency. Take B50 three times a day for a couple of days and the problems should decrease, if not continue B50 for one a day for a month, maximum. Also fibroids can be decreased if potassium iodide drops are used (called SSKI), but with nausea, I will not give until nausea is resolved. Glycerine may also help(internal) take that as a sugar substitute, and avoiding sugar may also work in reducing the fibroids, for some reason the glycerine (or glycerol) helps with the cellular stability of the mitochondria, the cardiolipin, along with some granulated lecithin, thereby increasing some functions of mitochondria, thus the fibroids may exist if the cells don't have mitochondria, but if they are damaged or not enough this may caused cancer in itself.


Replied by Purple
San Diego, California

Hi ted! I just wanna know if I can use lemon juice and Apple Cider Vinegar with baking soda and molasses at the same time?