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Baking Powder Warnings And Recalls
No: There is no evidence baking powder does anything for face size. ...Read more
Is baking powder is gud for tooths. If s den tel me how to use..If not den tel me d disadvantages of using it.?
Yes: Studies have shown that dietary measures to boost bicarbonate levels can increase the pH of acidic tumors without upsetting the pH of the blood and healthy tissues. to relieve occasional heartburn and indigestion is to stir half a teaspoon of baking soda into half a cup of water and drink it an hour or two after meals. Bicarbonate can also sooth psoriasis and can enhance plaque removal on teeth. ...Read more
It will be messy: Baking powder contains baking soda and cream of tartar, which is a very fine powder. So it will make a kind of goo that might help a little but also might make things worse. Better to find the cause of the odor (very often it is a buildup of the wrong kind of bacteria or yeast in the vagina), especially if there is a discharge, and to treat the cause specifically. Get it checked at any clinic. ...Read more
Possible: In that baking soda (not powder) is a commonly used dentifrice it can be said to lighten teeth by helping to remove extrinsic stain or help clean them of dark surface deposits. It has no natural bleaching capability though to alter the intrinsic color of the tooth so depending on what you mean by lighten, the best answer is "maybe". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check with doctor...: A person on heart meds can check with his primary care doctor and/or his cardiologist about using featherweight baking powder, which states that it is sodium free, but does have some potassium in it. Its website says 1/8 teaspoon of it has 70mg of potassium, so a patient can ask his doctor if that's ok. ...Read more
Is it ok to add some bicarbonate (not baking powder) to my dry ginger tea? What benefits would that have?
What do I need to use to whiten my teeth. I read about baking soda but cant find any but baking powder. please what else can I use ?
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