Most common types:
- potassium bicarbonate
- potassium citrate
- potassium chloride
- Potassium bicarbonate is a salty substance with no colour or smell and it neutralizes acidity.
- Potassium citrate is also a salty substance. It is potassium bicarbonate, which has been combined with citric acid for faster absorption it reduces acidity.
- Potassium chloride is also a salty substance created from a combination of potassium and chlorine. It will increase the acidity in the body.
It comes in many forms which include, salts, powders, liquid, and tablets.
Some tablets may be released overtime or some are easily dissolved.
Liquid forms need to be diluted in water.