This question is for Ted from Thailand. Or any doctor or nutritionist that has time to answer. How often can I take the baking soda and lemon juice mixture?? I have begun that regiment once a day so far, increased my magnesium, and 2 tbs black strap molasses as well. I have completely stopped taking my propranolol. The pvc's are fewer, but not completely gone. Everyone on here suggests that I start the ACV regiment as well, however, I am a little worried that the ACV will just make the pvc's worse because I had that reaction to flax seed a few weeks ago and thought I might die!! LOL I am determined to find the right combination to cure this aggravating condition, and would greatly appreciate any advice!! I stopped the propranolol because it was dropping my blood pressure too low. I recently quit smoking, stopped all caffeine and limit my sugar intake. Thanks for your time and input!!
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