Pure Baking Soda
Dosage form: powder, for solution
Ingredients: Sodium Bicarbonate 1g in 1g
Labeler: Ahold U.S.A., Inc.
NDC Code: 60000-491
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- Acid Indigestion
- Sour Stomach
- Upset Stomach due to these symptoms
Ask a doctor before use if you have a sodium-restricted diet.
Ask a doctor or pharmacist before use if you are taking a prescription drug. Antacids may interact with certain prescription drugs.
Stomach warning: To avoid serious injury, do not take until powder is completely dissolved. It is very important not to take this product when overly full from food or drink. Consult a doctor if severe stomach pain occurs after taking this product.
Stop use and ask a doctor if symptoms last more than 2 weeks.
Do not administer to children under age 5 years.
- Add 1/2 teaspoon to 4-oz (1/2-cup) water every 2 hours or as directed by physician. Dissolve in water completely. Measure accurately.
- Within 24 hours, do not take more than the following:
- Seven times (seven 1/2-teaspoons each)
- Three times (three 1/2-teaspoons each) if you are over 60 years.
- Do not use maximum dosage for more than 2 weeks.
Each 1/2 teaspoon contains 658mg sodium
|PURE BAKING SODA
baking soda powder, for solution
|Labeler - Ahold U.S.A., Inc. (188910863)|
|Registrant - Karlin Foods (084738566)|
|Little Crow Foods||005478128||manufacture|
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