Baking Soda Inhalation for Coronavirus

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Christine (long island ) on 05/30/2022:
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What is the brand name & where did you get the nebulizer?

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Susan (USA Missouri) on 05/28/2022:
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Nebulizing baking soda in distilled water saved my life and my roommate's life from covid before anyone knew what covid was. It also saved my roommate's life from drowning in her own mucus from COPD and pneumonia.

(PLUS taking vitamin C to bowel tolerance, like someone stated above)

Read the clinical trial about nebulizing baking soda for cystic fibrosis patients online. The trial proved that nebulizing baking soda caused people to cough up *three* times as much phlegm and mucus as nebulizing regular saline solution. 🎯 I will DEFINITELY nebulize baking soda at home to save my life. I avoided going into the hospital in the first place. I couldn't get my roommate to agree to go to the hospital so I saved her life at home with this remedy. You should have seen how many huge globs of phlegm came out of her after inhaling the baking soda and distilled water solution.

🎯 BAKING SODA ( SODIUM BICARBONATE) CHANGES THE PH OF THE MUCUS, TO MAKE IT "LESS STICKY" SO IT CAN FINALLY BE COUGHED OUT.

THE $40. NEBULIZER GETS IT WAY DEEP INTO THE LOWER LUNGS, WHICH IS WHERE THE COVID HITS. MOST PEOPLE END UP WITH *DRY* MUCUS DEEP DOWN IN THE LOWER LUNGS, SO THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE A COUGH REFLEX TO GET IT OUT. IT'S LIKE DRIED GLYE IN THE LOWER LUNGS. YOU CAN'T BREATHE THROUGH DRIED GLUE / DRIED MUCUS.

THAT'S WHY VENTILATORS OFTEN DON'T WORK. 🎯

YOU HAVE TO GET THE DRIED MUCUS *WET* WITH THE NEBULIZER AND CHANGE THE PH OF IT WITH THE BAKING SODA AND DISTILLED WATER SO IT SOFTENS AND GETS LESS STICKY AND CAN FINALLY BE COUGHED OUT. 🎯

YOU OFTEN CAN'T BREATHE THROUGH DRIED PHLEGM EVEN WITH A VENTILATOR. YOU HAVE TO GET THE DRIED MUCUS OUT, IT'S LIKE HAVING DRIED GLUE ON A SIEVE.

GET THAT OUT, THEN THE VENTILATOR CAN WORK. OR YOU PROBABLY WON'T NEED A VENTILATOR IN THE FIRST PLACE. YOU'LL JUST BE ABLE TO BREATHE. ❤️

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Robert (TN) on 02/02/2022:
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Yes! In less than 30 seconds my congestion was gone. Long haul result my smell and taste have optimized. My nasal passages never felt so good.

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Vicky (Sc) on 01/07/2022:
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It works fast! I've used this for years. You're being sold some untruths in the medical field I've been in it since 1971.

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Bob (Fl) on 08/06/2021:
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Warning

As an ICU specialist. I am reading this in utter disbelief at the recommendation for homemade treatments using this method! The treatment of ARDS is done so in a controlled environment, where if something goes dramatically wrong, the equipment & personnel are there to manage it. Nebulised bicarb outside of that environment is dangerous to say the least! It's no better than the advice to use bleach internally to alter the blood pH.

One case study as the article referred to doesn't set a precedent. Please DO NOT follow this advice.

If you do; then I'll see you soon.

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P. Raghavan (Virudhunagar, Tn, India) on 07/21/2020:
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ALKALIZATION BY BAKING SODA INHALATION FOR COVID-19.

Cells are the basic building blocks of all living things. An average human body is composed of about 30 trillions of cells. They provide structure for the body, take in nutrients from food, convert those nutrients into energy, and carry out specialized functions. There are about 200 types of cells in our body and they are: stem cells, red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, nerve cells, muscle cells, bone cells, skin cells, fat cells, etc.

There is an article available in the net titled “Case reports of observed significant improvement in patients with ARDS due to COVID-19 and maximum ventilator support after inhalation of sodium bicarbonate”.

The goal of case study was to prevent COVID-19 coronavirus from entering target cells by raising the airway pH using sodium bicarbonate (4.2 % concentration) inhalation. The article discusses about the treatment given to four patients on mechanical ventilation due to COVID-19 pneumonia. This treatment was given at Uniontown Hospital, Uniontown, PA, USA. The four patients were cured in 2 to 5 days by sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) inhalation.

Based on the above treatment, I am suggesting a simple plan for baking soda inhalation.

This plan is for COVID-19 cases with mild to moderate severity. Coronavirus thrives in an acidic environment. But it cannot survive if the pH value is 8.0 or more. The above principle is used in the treatment.

Steam Inhalation

First, boil 100 ml of distilled water in a kettle and dissolve 4.4 grams (0.88 teaspoons) of baking soda to it. This solution will have a pH value of about 8.4.

Attach a hose to the kettle. Breath vapour through the mouth and breath out through the nose. This has to be done for about 4 minutes. One has to do for 3 times in a day.

Nebulizing Baking Soda

If a person has a nebulizer, it can be done very easily. Nebulizer turns liquid medicine into a mist. First mix 100 ml of distilled water and 4.4 grams of baking soda by moderate heating. Then cool the liquid to room temperature. Transfer 10 ml of this liquid to nebulizer. Then turn on the nebulizer and inhale the mist.

This has to be done for 3 times in a day.

This treatment is similar to spraying baking soda solution at pH 8.4 to all cells in the air pathway of the breathing system.

Additional Remedies

It is advisable to take 3 aspirin tablets per day (one in the morning, one in the afternoon and one in the night) since aspirin has antiviral properties and inhibit blood clotting. One can expect cure in 2 to 3 days.

I hope the information provided here will be useful.

Best wishes.

P. Raghavan.

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