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The Secrets Of Teeth Whitening Exposed

03rd August 2012
You will find a number of ways to whitening teeth from the natural approach with sodium bicarbonate and peroxide to some professional approach with pricey visits to some cosmetic dental professional, but when you're searching for something in the centre y... Read >
Author: Brandon Hills

do u know bicarbonate of soda

19th January 2011
Bicarbonate soda, also known as bakingsoda or soda bicarbonate has been used since the ancient times as it can help in curing many ailments. It has many therapeutic usages and has been used as a home medication for a lot of conditions. Bicarbonate soda i... Read >
Author: marco

SALT PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA: THE OPPORTUNITIES.

18th January 2011
SALT PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA: THE OPPORTUNITIES. Since the discovery of salt some hundreds of years ago, as an important commodity for domestic and industrial use, Nigeria still spends huge amount of foreign exchange on the importation of the commodity, ... Read >
Author: ikedike2002

Natural Cleaning - Benefits Of Baking Soda

02nd September 2010
Baking soda is one of the staples of natural house cleaners. No home should be without at least one packet of baking soda. Even if you dont use it for cleaning, baking soda is good for so many other things. First of all, what is baking soda? Baking ... Read >
Author: anyclean

Your Alternative Cancer Cure May be in Your Kitchen

18th May 2010
Important points of this article: There is a current belief amongst an increasing number of medical researchers that cancer is caused by a fungus. Chemo therapy causes extreme collateral damage. Cancer can only live in an acid environment. Ca... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

Facts About Hydrochloric Acid

05th May 2010
Hydrochloric acid is a compound of hydrogen and chlorine, also known as, hydrogen chloride (HCl) which can be accessed from water. This substance is a highly corrosive, potent, mineral acid which is naturally exist within gastric acid which is one of the ... Read >
Author: Barbara Baddox

How to Make Baking Soda Acne Mask?

09th July 2009
Beauty lies in simplicity. Nothing is more attractive than a glowing healthy and smooth skin. However, problem starts when pimples break out on your very beautiful skin. Today several solutions exists that treat acne or pimple. Some are medical soluti... Read >
Author: Luka Malgaj

Colic Calm – Is It A Scam or Does It Really Work?

11th November 2008
Does your baby have colic, infant gas or reflux? Does your baby cry for hours and you are trying to do anything to help your little baby stop? I am sure you have tried all the tricks in the book. It is heartbreaking, I know, and after a while frustrating ... Read >
Author: Verny L

Cell Culture Troubleshooting Guide

01st September 2008
There are several common problems encountered when culturing cells. Problems in primary cell cultures may have different causes than the same problem in established cell lines. The examples below address some of the common problems encountered when doing ... Read >
Author: Invitrogen Corporation

Pimples and Acne home remedies

19th June 2008
Baking soda is a chemical compound called sodium bicarbonate. It is crystalline fine powder found nearly in every kitchen and used for leavening the food items such as cake. Garlic has been used successfully to cure acne. Rub with raw garlic several tim... Read >
Author: Sander Bel

Benefits Of Baking Soda

17th March 2008
Baking soda is a sodium bicarbonate, a normal content that maintains the pH equilibrium. Baking soda neutralizes both acids and bases, so it really eliminates odors quite than just covering them upward. In cooking, baking soda releases carbon dioxide when... Read >
Author: Juliet Cohen

Anti Aging Wrinkle Cream Versus Microdermabrasion

24th January 2008
Researching anti aging skin care treatments can send a consumer's head into a tailspin with the plethora of options available today. There must be an easier way to perform this research, right? Yes, there is. It's called the head-to-head challenge. This a... Read >
Author: Stephen Cauldry
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