Bicarbonate of Soda

Also known as baking soda, sodium bicarbonate, sodium bicarb and bicarb. This naturally occurring substance was founded in the late 1840s. It has many diverse uses. It is a natural cleanser and can be combined with other natural substances to deodorize. According to www.healthbeforebeauty.com, one teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in the bath may help with the itchiness associated with eczema. While www.bakingsodabook.co.uk suggests taking a cool bath with two cups of baking soda to cool the body down, bringing relief to symptoms associated with sunburn. Another tip involves boiling a pan of water, adding a cup of baking soda and boiling hair brushes and combs for about ten minutes to remove dirt. Refer current listing

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