body inflation

soda/vinegar2 months

Is the baking soda/Vinegar bloat safe? If so, how do u do it?

soda/vinegar2 months

It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

I don't know exactly what the maximum "safe" dose would be, but a little bit goes a long way.
I'd recommend no more than 2 teaspoons.

As for how you do it, that's simple enough.
First, consume the baking soda.
I find the easiest way to do that is with water.
Either mixing it with water, or taking a swig of water, then pouring the baking soda into your mouth, and swallowing it right away, with said water.

Then, you drink the vinegar.
You don't need to drink much for the effect to take place.
A shot glass full ought to do the trick.

Alternatively, you could drink Coca-Cola, which triggers the chemical reaction just as well, with the added bonuses of carbonation, and not tasting like vinegar.
(Other brands of cola will also work, as long as you see "Phosphoric acid" in the ingredients)

soda/vinegar2 months

Rez13:
It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

I don't know exactly what the maximum "safe" dose would be, but a little bit goes a long way.
I'd recommend no more than 2 teaspoons.

As for how you do it, that's simple enough.
First, consume the baking soda.
I find the easiest way to do that is with water.
Either mixing it with water, or taking a swig of water, then pouring the baking soda into your mouth, and swallowing it right away, with said water.

Then, you drink the vinegar.
You don't need to drink much for the effect to take place.
A shot glass full ought to do the trick.

Alternatively, you could drink Coca-Cola, which triggers the chemical reaction just as well, with the added bonuses of carbonation, and not tasting like vinegar.
(Other brands of cola will also work, as long as you see "Phosphoric acid" in the ingredients)


Ok, thanks. Is it possible to mix the vinegar in something as well?

soda/vinegar2 months

Unused:
Ok, thanks. Is it possible to mix the vinegar in something as well?


I've tried this, and as someone who loves vinegar, it's very hard to just drink it straight lol. Coke is far easier to stomach, and it should have the same reaction as well as some extra bloating due to the carbonation.

soda/vinegar2 months

Rez13:
It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

I don't know exactly what the maximum "safe" dose would be, but a little bit goes a long way.
I'd recommend no more than 2 teaspoons.

As for how you do it, that's simple enough.
First, consume the baking soda.
I find the easiest way to do that is with water.
Either mixing it with water, or taking a swig of water, then pouring the baking soda into your mouth, and swallowing it right away, with said water.

Then, you drink the vinegar.
You don't need to drink much for the effect to take place.
A shot glass full ought to do the trick.

Alternatively, you could drink Coca-Cola, which triggers the chemical reaction just as well, with the added bonuses of carbonation, and not tasting like vinegar.
(Other brands of cola will also work, as long as you see "Phosphoric acid" in the ingredients)

Unused:
Ok, thanks. Is it possible to mix the vinegar in something as well?


I haven't tried mixing vinegar with anything, so I don't know how well that would work.
But as Oriktum points out, Coke is a lot easier to drink, if the vinegar isn't going down easily.
And it should work just as well, if not better.

soda/vinegar2 months

Rez13:
It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

I don't know exactly what the maximum "safe" dose would be, but a little bit goes a long way.
I'd recommend no more than 2 teaspoons.

As for how you do it, that's simple enough.
First, consume the baking soda.
I find the easiest way to do that is with water.
Either mixing it with water, or taking a swig of water, then pouring the baking soda into your mouth, and swallowing it right away, with said water.

Then, you drink the vinegar.
You don't need to drink much for the effect to take place.
A shot glass full ought to do the trick.

Alternatively, you could drink Coca-Cola, which triggers the chemical reaction just as well, with the added bonuses of carbonation, and not tasting like vinegar.
(Other brands of cola will also work, as long as you see "Phosphoric acid" in the ingredients)

Unused:
Ok, thanks. Is it possible to mix the vinegar in something as well?

Rez13:
I haven't tried mixing vinegar with anything, so I don't know how well that would work.
But as Oriktum points out, Coke is a lot easier to drink, if the vinegar isn't going down easily.
And it should work just as well, if not better.




Ok, thanks yall!

soda/vinegar2 months

YW pal, but remember to stay safe and test things in small portions first lol. Don't go nuts with a whole box of baking soda and a 2l of coke smiley

soda/vinegar2 months

[quote]Rez13:
It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

What side effects???

soda/vinegar2 months

boundandfeed:
[quote]Rez13:
It can be done safely.
Though, too much baking soda can cause some serious side effects.

What side effects???


Constipation, convulsions, diarrhea, frequent urination, irritability, muscle spasms, muscle weakness, vomiting, and seizures.

It's some pretty serious stuff.
So I sincerely recommend that you don't push the dosage.
And I wouldn't recommend using this method often, either.

soda/vinegar1 month

Tried baking soda and vinegar method with a teaspoon of baking soda and a small shot of vinegar, and I say definitely avoid it. It tasted disgusting, the vinegar made my throat burn, I almost choked when the air came back out and now I'm worried that something else will happen since the vinegar and baking soda are still in my system. All I can say is that there are much more effective and safe methods of inflating yourself than this.
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