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Re: First Experience Crewing

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Originally Posted by zeehag View Post
some years ago during code blue situations, advanced life support included sodium bicarbonate injections to de-acidify system as and after the lungs acidified them---the alkalinity became a problem and folks died--of course, we dont know if they woulda lived at all--they were quite alkaline.

I have no idea how or why anyone would want to inject baking soda or anything else. That sound like a ridiculous idea. We take a quarter teaspoon a day in four to eight ounces of filtered water. We've been doing this for some time now, and the health benefits to us have been tremendous.
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