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Baking Soda Cure Cancer?

12/31/2014 10:27 PM

Cancer is a fungus? Baking Soda cures?

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Re: Baking Soda cure Cancer?

12/31/2014 10:49 PM

No. Reported.

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Re: Baking Soda cure Cancer?

12/31/2014 10:53 PM

Quack!

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Re: Baking Soda cure Cancer?

01/01/2015 12:27 AM

I guess, baking soda has a good anti fungal property, I used it as a soap and shampoo. No smell, leaves comfortable feeling afterbath, no more dandruff by the way even if you fail to shampoo 4 days. Unlike the commercial anti dandruff shampoo in the market, once you fail twice to shampoo, scalp itch. Used it as a toothpaste too and anti-acid.

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Re: Baking Soda Cure Cancer?

01/03/2015 10:16 PM

Nope, cancer is the result of an immune system depleted of Thiocyanate and Benzyaldehyde rendering it incapable of phagocytosis by impotent Macrophages even though the correct Opsonins are attached to the Antigens..

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