Baking Soda

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  1. DisneyMommy1022

    DisneyMommy1022 DIS Veteran

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    Can you get baking soda on the Magic??? I know this is a weird request but it is the only thing my husband will take ( mixed with water) for heart burn. Trust me it works. You mix about 2 teaspoons with 5 oz of water and drink it. It will taste like poop but you will burp once and heartburn will be gone! anyway if I cant get it on the ship do you think I will bring it with me?
     
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  3. disneyfaninaz

    disneyfaninaz It takes faith, trust & pixie dust!

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    I'm sure if you ask, it will be provided. Otherwise you can get a small box to bring with you on the ship, which would probabaly be more convenient.
     
  4. shancan911

    shancan911 Professional vacationer wannabe

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    JUst guessing here, but I would imagine that if you tried to pack this for a flight it could potentially be a nightmare. A small bag, or even a box for that matter, of a white powder? I would recommend buying it in Florida. Or, maybe a sealed, unopened box. Like I said, just a guess, but why chance it???
     
  5. disneyfaninaz

    disneyfaninaz It takes faith, trust & pixie dust!

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    You can buy really small boxes of Armor Hammer's Baking Soda. Put it in a ziplock bag and put it in your checked baggage. It is in the original packaging and shouldn't be a problem. You could even put it in your carry on and not have a problem.
     
  6. Capt_BJ

    Capt_BJ So Many Times

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    I can NOT imagine a box of baking soda in the luggage being a problem.


    I'd toss a box in my luggage (and I was a searcher!!!!!!) with NO hesitation.

    That said...... a new unopened box would raise less suspicion then a ziploc bag
     

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