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Sodium Citrate Powder

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Sodium Citrate Powder


  • Reduces acidity of foods
  • Effective preservative & emulsifier
  • Flavor enhancer
  • Safe & natural
  • Taste

  • Mixability

Sodium citrate is the sodium salt of citric acid. It is chiefly used as a food additive (typically for flavor or as a preservative). Most commonly, sodium citrate gives club soda and most lemon-lime soft drinks their signature tart flavor.


Serving Size & Timing

As a dietary supplement, take 3 g or as desired into food or drink. Individual needs will vary.

Nutritional Information

Supplement Facts

Serving size: 3 grams
Serving per container: *
Amount Per Serving % Daily Value**
Sodium (from Sodium Citrate)... 780 mg 33%
* Daily Value not established.
** Based on 2,000 calorie diet


Sugar, soy, dairy, yeast, gluten, corn and additives.

As an emulsifier or preservative, mix 3 g (scant 2/3 tsp) or as desired into food or drink. Individual needs will vary.

US Standard Measuring Spoons
Spoon Size(level) Grams
1/2 teaspoon 2.6
2/3 teaspoon 3.4
1 teaspoon 5.1



This product contains no fillers or additives.


Reduce dosage or discontinue use if symptoms of nausea, stomach upset or weakness and tingling occur.

California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.

Customer Reviews

I took/take this for dispelling blood clots
I had blood drawn from my left bicep in Feb 2016. In I guess in what was a few days, what must certainly have been blood clots formed in my left bicep. I then happened to read about soldium citrate (SC) being used to liquefy cheese for nacho cheese (pronounced "not your cheese" he-he) and mac & cheese sauces.
So I reasoned that SC might dissolve blood clots. It took a few weeks to receive the two 1 lb bags of food grade sodium citrate from eBay, and by that time I could feel that the clots had moved from my left bicep to the left side of my heart.
I started taking I think a level half teaspoon of SC in say 4 oz water mornings and afternoons. It may have been a level teaspoon of SC mornings and afternoons, but that's a lot of sodium so I only took it for a month.
The clots and the mild pain were gone in I think not more than 2 or 3 days.
I continued/finished taking the rest of the first 1 lb bag over a month or so and I kept the other 1 lb bag for later which I am taking now because I think I have some bursitis soreness around my same elbow and upper/outer forearm because I have repeatedly knocked that little outer bone of the elbow.
So I am taking the SC with 1 gram (1/4 level teaspoon) of vitamin C powder(ascorbic acid) to hopefully dry up any internal cuts, leaks or hemorrhages like vitamin C powder does for cuts on the skin.
I must say that the SC/ascorbic acid combo hasn't seemed to help the elbow area soreness all that much, but it is slowly improving.
Not that I have cancer, but I learned that cancer and blood clots happen together, so I am thinking maybe sodium citrate would dissolve or cure cancer simply through the dispelling of blood clots. It is the idea of reverse engineering cancer by preventing cancer's counterpart (blood clots).
So as I am in my early 60's, I plan to take SC permanently as a possible anti-cancer measure although I have decreased my SC dose to 1/4 level measuring teaspoon mornings and afternoons because, as mentioned, SC has a good amount of sodium.
So if cancer insists on having blood clots along with it, then I will hopefully eliminate systemic blood clots with SC and see if cancer can survive or even if ever form in the resulting clot free environment.*

On 6/9/2018 Thomas said...

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