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Sodium Citrate Dihydrate, 1lb-454g, Fine Powder, Food Grade, Balance PH Level Promotion

Promotes healthy circulation and blood flow. Helps balance pH level in the body.

  Reference ID:  t4a0v3i2

  Hashtag:  #sodiumcitrate

  Business:  Heiltropfen Lab.

  Category:  Health, Beauty & Personal Care

  People Can Apply:  02/14/2016 - 02/23/2016

  Final Approval Date:  03/06/2016

  Final Shipment Date:  03/08/2016

  Retail purchase price:  $ 14.70

  Discounted purchase price:  $ 0.15

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Sodium Citrate Dihydrate, 1lb-454g, Fine Powder, Food Grade, Balance PH Level

- Promotes healthy circulation and blood flow.
- Helps balance pH level in the body.
- Used as diuretic, antilithic, systemic and urinary alkalizer, expectorant, and anticoagulant (in vitro).
- A natural strong source of antioxidants.
- Used to improve exercise performance.

Sodium citrate definition, medical term: Sodium citrate (C6H5Na3O7) is the sodium salt of citric acid. Sodium citrate dihydrate (C6H5Na3O7•2H2O) is the sodium salt of citric acid combined with 2 water molecules (dissolves better in water). It is used as diuretic, antilithic, systemic and urinary alkalizer, expectorant, and anticoagulant (in vitro). It's naturally a strong source of antioxidants and typically used as a natural preservative. This ingredient may be added to foods and beverages or smoothies and green drinks. It is a pure white powder and has no fillers or binders, additives or preservatives. It has a sour taste similar to citric acid, and is salty as well. It is often used as a food preservative, and as a flavoring in the food industry. In the pharmaceutical industry it is used to control pH. It may be used as an alkalizing agent, buffering agent, emulsifier, or sequestering agent. According to the FDA Select Committee on Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS) food substances, citrate salts, including sodium citrate, are generally regarded as safe when used in normal quantities.




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