Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda Tonic Health Benefits - Ted's Q&A

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ACV and Baking Soda

Posted by A

I am so excited to hear from you! Thank you very much for your guidance, which I will follow. I have one more question concerning the skin rashes. This morning I woke up and had a new rash on the inside of my right arm. It looks like poison ivy and goes from the wrist to the elbow. My mom had a rash like this for many years. She says that it is stress related. She said that the only thing that ever worked for her on this rash is 24 Faubourg lotion by Hermes. I wanted to write you about this, because it is a new rash that came out after starting the apple cider vinegar treatment. By the way, the treatment is already helping my stomach and digestion.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
383 posts

Happy to hear that the remedy is helping the digestion, usually it is the issue of acidosis being the major cause, which the remedy was designed that way. My remedy for poison ivy skin rash is to apply as often as possible a 1% hydrogen peroxide solution. It will neutralize the toxins. Sometimes if hydrogen peroxide is nowhere to be found, apple cider vinegar or an ordinary white distilled vinegar can help too. It should be noted that when you use apple cider vinegar to always add it with baking soda, otherwise you might get rash from the body's lack of bicarbonates and pH buffer to neutralize the acid or at least properly metabolize it.

Replied by Pond
Abq, New Mexico, US
07/06/2012

What about ACV and Sodium Chlorite? Will this create the malate, or something else? I was reading all the MMS stuff on other sites and found this amazingly similar... Wondering how the two therapies differ?


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