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- Using Controlled Breathing Breathe in and hold your breath 3-4 times in a row. Slowly inhale to fill your lungs with air. Hold your breath for 10 seconds, then exhale slowly to release the breath.
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- Add citrus soda and bleach to the water. Sprite, 7 Up, or another clear soda can provide the sugar and acid necessary to keep flowers fresh. Use one part soda to three parts water, then add a few drops of bleach to kill harmful microorganisms.
- Alternatively, add sugar, lemon juice, and bleach. Try using a small amount of lemon juice instead, about two tablespoons (30 milliliter) in one quart (or liter) of water.
- Understand the effect of vodka. A few drops of vodka may inhibit the flower's production of ethylene, a gas that causes wilting and ripening. This can be useful, but it is not a replacement for bleach or other substances for killing microorganisms.
- Don't overuse bleach. Bleach is sometimes used as a preservative in higher concentrations than a few drops per container. This is risky, as the effects on preservation are highly inconsistent, and may even cause the stems and flowers to lose their color.
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