iHerb Customer Reviews
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Works great for indigestion!
Posted by Reviewer3234882 on Apr 24, 2008
Better than baking soda that contain chemicals.
Posted by Reviewer3346418 on Sep 07, 2009
Great product and fast shipping
Perfect bicarb soda
Posted by Jodi-Hummingbird on Nov 17, 2012
I bought this to take with my ascorbic acid, as per the instructions of Linus Pauling etc. It's far finer and less lumpy tha the standard version I was using before and seems to fizz more too! Scary to think how much aluminium you might take in using normal bicarb soda if you're taking lots of ascorbic acid. This product is called baking soda but is really pure bicarb soda, FWIW.
Posted by Reviewer3041052 on Oct 14, 2008
Wonderful product @ decent cost
Aluminum free baking soda
Posted by Reviewer1580086 on Dec 06, 2008
I feel I am better of using an aluminum free product. Some of the bags leaked the powder. After purchasing your product, I found it was also available at my supermarket along with many of your other products one of which was rice flour that I purchased.
Posted by Reviewer1101066 on Sep 29, 2008
I got this because this company doesn't test on animals like other baking soda companies do. Great product!
Posted by Reviewer2659665 on Jul 04, 2010
Very good product, I got this specifically because I wanted to avoid Aluminum which is found in most Baking Soda products.
Will update later!
Posted by 4722062250908764837 on Jun 25, 2013
I have not used this product yet.
Posted by auroramaltar on Sep 05, 2014
El sabor es asqueroso,y encima me ha producido retortijones de estómago y diarrea. Afortunadamente,se me ha pasado pronto. A la basura.
Posted by Reviewer1333587 on Mar 16, 2010
I used to buy the old yellow box at the grocery store but Bob's Baking soda is finer in texture and dissolves better and works well in baked goods and in my Neti pot. I contacted the company to find out why it is called Aluminum free and learned that some companies did and still do use aluminum to keep their product from clumping. I don't want the aluminum so I'll keep using Bob's Red Mill Baking soda.