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Kidney Infection Home Remedy Comments

56 Comments for the Kidney Infection Home Remedy

Anonymous

I AM 60 YEARS OLD AND HAD A GRANDMOTHER THAT NEVER WENT TO A DOCTOR UNTIL SHE WAS 86 YEARS OLD. HER HEALTH WAS BETTER THAN MINE. SHE HAD TONS OF REMEDIES BUT FOR KIDNEY INFECTION SHE RECOMMENDED 1/2 TSP BAKING SODA IN AN 8 OZ GLASS 3-4 TIMES A DAY. IT'S CLEARS UP IN MATTER OF DAYS. MY DOCTOR WAS AMAZED WITH HER HOME REMEDIES AND ALWAYS EXPLAIN WHY THEY WORKED. HOPE THIS HELPS.

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Lady A

Thank you for your remedy dear, dont mind some stupid people who perhaps never had time to understand the english language and ends up twisting and turning the meaning of the post. Reading all comments was so hillarious, the was people can distort information as it is passed on; one commentator even changing granny age from 86 to 87 and strongly defending her point! Tripple hillarious! I am really looking forward to more remedies from granny.

Anonymous

I get kidney infections several times a year. I've been using this remedy for the past two years and it works every time. Thank you so much for sharing this remedy.

truthgiver

good grief the women is 60 big deal and she said her grandmother was 86 when she gave her the solution to her problem get over it! She has helped me with this problem and it seems to be working so thank you sweetie!

Anonymous

Read it carefully. She didn't say she HAS a grandmother, she said she HAD a grandmother that was 86. She used the past tense not present tense. Thus, her grandmother is no longer living.

Sharon

The baking soda worked for me several times. I haven't had to use antibiotics for a UTI or kidney infection in several years since I read about this home remedy. The comments in response to this perfectly coherent and useful bit of advice are lacking in intelligence. I want to say thank you to the person who posted this very clear and useful piece of advice.

Anonymous

can you combine some of the other home remedies with the baking soda? I dont have insurance and im worried about the infection getting worse, ive been having uti. kidney infection like symptoms for almost 2 weeks (lower back pain, difficulty peeing, burning sensation, and now nausea and lightheadedness) ive been taking azo tablets, colloidal silver, and drinking tons of water with apple cider vinegar. Can i add the baking soda in the mix or do i need to take it alone? I know i need to go to the er if it worsens but i have no insurance and am strapped on money

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