Why This $1 Product Has Officially Replaced My Shampoo

You swap your shampoo for the dynamic duo of baking soda and apple cider vinegar andsupposedly your hair literally thanks you.

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Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey

I don’t know about you, but I enjoy using products that are natural and have stood the test of time.  I find this in both apple cider vinegar and honey.

These products have been around for centuries and have been used successfully to remedy a host of medical conditions.

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How To Fight Colds And The Flu With Baking Soda

In his “Arm & Hammer Baking Soda Medical Uses,” distributed in 1924, Dr. Volney S. Cheney relates his clinical triumphs with sodium bicarbonate in treating colds and influenza cases:

The most effective method to Fight Colds and The Flu with Baking Soda

In 1922, people were aware of this cheap approach to dodge colds and influenza yet it has been overlooked by our present day society.

The strategy is simple and safe. The only thing you need to do is to break down the proposed measure of baking soda in a glass of cool water and drink it. This is the strategy archived by the Arm & Hammer Company for colds and flu in 1925.

Day one: Take an aggregate of six dosages of half a teaspoon of baking soda in one mug of water. Take it every two hours.

Day two: Take an aggregate of six dosages of half a teaspoon of baking soda in one mug of water. Take it every two hours.

Day three:  Take just two dosages — one in the morning and the other one at night.

Keep taking one dosage in the morning until your sickness is gone.

 

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