Baking Soda makes CS far more effective [Tactic that worked for me: ]

  Before and after


Tactic that worked for me:  Treatment of UTI, obvious clearing of blood in urine, relief of severe burning and pain within 4 hours.

1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of Baking Soda in about 1/2 cup water

Drank it down, waited a few minutes.

Follow that with "Silver Water" ....maybe a cup.

Repeat now and then.


What that does:

The Baking Soda converts stomach acid into salt and carbon dioxide gas [BURP ! ]

The salt absorbs into the blood making it "thirsty" for more water to flush the excess salt out with.

Add "Silver Water" to satisfy the thirst....instant absorption and little or no stomach acid to make "Silver Chloride"

Note: I still kept the doctor appointment set for 2 days later and there were still a few blood cells in the urine and I did do the course of antibiotics just in case....but that two days wasn't torture and there may or may not have been an active infection left.  The doc didn't actually specifically test for that, only a follow-up in a week to see if blood cells were still present.

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  This just in: [excerpt from[]

Silver is a Broad Spectrum Antiviral

Khandelwal et al.xxvidemonstrated that silver nanoparticles derived from silver nitrate and with a size range of 5-30 nanometers at a nontoxic concentration inhibited replication of a Morbillivirus that may afflict livestock. Orlowski et al.xxviireported that tannic acid modified silver nanoparticles in the size range of 13 to 46 nanometers inhibited Herpes simplex type II viral infection in-vitro and in-vivo in mice. Closing out 2014, Swathy et alxxviiipublished research on a surprising synergism between silver nanoparticles and carbonate ions. The researchers, “discovered that 50 parts per billion (ppb) of Ag(+) released continuously from silver nanoparticles confined in nanoscale cages is enough to cause antimicrobial activity in conditions of normal water.” By way of context, sodium fluoride is often added to water supplies at a level of 1-2 parts per million, so this is a concentration of silver some 1/20th to 1/40th that of added fluoride. The authors go on to state, “the antibacterial and antiviral activities of Ag(+) [Ionic Silver] can be enhanced ~1,000 fold, selectively, in presence of carbonate ions “ While not discussed by the authors baking soda is an extremely inexpensive source of carbonate ions.