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Put some lemon juice in my water. Drank it. 1/2 hour later my stomach hurts. Is there an (Original Post) applegrove Oct 2013 OP
Bread should help. In_The_Wind Oct 2013 #1
Well, a couple of things work. Denninmi Oct 2013 #2
Brilliant! But I don't have either. Are applegrove Oct 2013 #3
No. Denninmi Oct 2013 #5
I am in shock. antiquie Oct 2013 #8
I don't eat at home very often. I cook for my parents at their house. applegrove Oct 2013 #10
...did you stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night? Earth_First Oct 2013 #9
LOL! applegrove Oct 2013 #11
If you don't mind, I'm going to post this in the Frugal Living group later today. Kaleva Oct 2013 #7
You put the lime in the coconut... pinboy3niner Oct 2013 #4
Crackers....soda crackers to be precise... Wounded Bear Oct 2013 #6
That's what you get for making a whiskey sour without the whiskey PuffedMica Oct 2013 #12
It works every time. In_The_Wind Oct 2013 #13
Beer. darkangel218 Oct 2013 #14

Denninmi

(6,581 posts)
2. Well, a couple of things work.
Sat Oct 26, 2013, 01:15 AM
Oct 2013

Any eggs in the house? You can take an eggshell, boil it clean, dry it, and powder it completely then mix in water and drink it - it's pure calcium carbonate, chalk, same active ingredient as Tums.

Baking soda works, too, about a quarter teaspoon in 8 ounces of water.

Denninmi

(6,581 posts)
5. No.
Sat Oct 26, 2013, 02:13 AM
Oct 2013

Those are both very old-time home remedies for indigestion. The chemistry is simple, both are bases, bases neutralize acids.

 

antiquie

(4,299 posts)
8. I am in shock.
Sat Oct 26, 2013, 10:53 AM
Oct 2013

You must be the only person without baking soda.
How can you live? How can you clean? How can you brush your teeth?

Wounded Bear

(59,352 posts)
6. Crackers....soda crackers to be precise...
Sat Oct 26, 2013, 04:24 AM
Oct 2013

But carbs are the ticket in the absence of real antacids. Avoid the salted ones if you can, the sodium and chlorine in those can further irritate.

PuffedMica

(1,061 posts)
12. That's what you get for making a whiskey sour without the whiskey
Sat Oct 26, 2013, 02:36 PM
Oct 2013

Next time just burn a spliff and your stomach will be just fine.

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