Borax as a source of boron. Boron deficiency, supplementation, chelation, heavy metals, fluorides, fungicide, anti-microbial. How to use borax both internally and externally.
Visitors personal experiences with Borax
Comment posted by rick of danvilee, CA, USA on 22 March 2015 at 13:47 3357
i filled bath tub 2 cups borax from walmart, 1 cup h2o2, 1 lb epson salts from dollar store, 2 drops tea tree oil and baking soda half box. Stay as long as you want in tub, in tub use soft scrub brush to rough up bumps then shower off and scrub with sulfur soap from gnc or sprouts store. After 3 days I had total relief. Make sure u wash sheets towels all u r clothes that u use.
Comment posted by Bobbielight of Htown, TX, USA on 13 February 2015 at 14:32 3256
Yesss!!! This worked wonders, 20 min in hot bath 2 cups borax 1 cup hydrogen peroxide, refilled bath tub (had drained itself to about half full during 20 min soak) with hot water again till full, 2 more cups borax 1 cup peroxide, use hand while in water to stir and wallah, got out feeling almost no itch and redness almost gone. Going to do it again everyday for 5 days, also wash ALL sheets. Thank you to whom ever told us all about this.
Comment posted by knh of Phoenix, Arizona, USA on 10 February 2015 at 17:44 3253
I followed the instructions for the peroxide and borax remedy and finally got some relief, after three treatments of premethrin and trips to the Dr and er. Expensive treatments I might add, as well as toxic. For the first time in months I have some relief, I wish I would have known earlier. Thanks!!
Comment posted by frank of Jersey City, NJ, USA on 16 January 2015 at 0:1 3156
Two cups borax and one cup hydrogen peroxide in a hot bath twice a day is working for me. I am on the mend. Thank God and Thank All of You.
Comment posted by Neen of Charleston , WV, USA on 8 January 2015 at 13:9 3142
What killed my scabies...1/2 cup mineral oil and/or 1/2 cup castor oil, 1 cup borax laundry soap, ess.clove oil, ess.tea tree oil 1/4 to 1/2 tsp (adjust to your sensitivity,*oils can burn your skin if too strong*) baths. I would soak in hottest water possible with above ingredients 1/2 hr to 1 hour, longer the better. After bath pre-mix equal amounts mineral, castor, grapeseed oils, and 1/4 tsp clove, tea tree & lemongrass essential oil. Adjust as needed. Cover your body with this mixture. If you are as desperate as I was, cut a hole in a large trash bag to sleep in & wrap exposed areas(arms,legs) in saran wrap and wear latex gloves with above mixture to bed. You are doing 3 things with this, keeping oils on your skin, smothering mites, and saving sheet from a oily mess. During your day routine to dress and keep some of oil on your skin mix equal parts gold bonds medicated powder and FOOD GRADE ONLY Diatomaceous Earth, powder your body down before dressing. TRY NOT TO SCRATCH. You want to boost your immune system as much as possible because the longer you have them the stronger they get and the weaker your immune system gets. Only buy 100% essential oils anything else your wasting your money and time. Only FOOD GRADE Diatomaceous Earth..and only cold pressed, hexane/free CASTOR oil. All of the items can be used for other ailments not just scabies infection. One more recommendation IF you have access to a sauna it will kill all cycles of scabies, just don't forget to treat your environment other wise you will just be re-infected. * you can treat animal's with all oil !*diluted*! EXCEPT NO TEA TREE again NO TEA TREE on pets. TEA TREE IS VERY HARMFUL TO ANIMAL'S AND COULD CAUSE DEATH.
Comment posted by Don of Melbourne, Vic, Australia on 28 December 2014 at 14:33 3110
I mixed a dab of hydrogen peroxide in a bottle of water saturated with borax, and put it on my dog who was chewing holes in his skin from mites or some other infection. This stopped him chewing immediately. This was after 3 trips and $800 bucks in useless vet medications and treatment.
Question posted by amy of st. joseph, Missouri, USA on 4 December 2014 at 10:7 3076
How long did it take to get rid of the mites with the peroxide and borax baths?
Question posted by Chiapet of Fort Worth, Texas, USA on 18 November 2014 at 16:27 3040
My 3 year-old, my husband and myself have all been diagnosed with scabies. Is the borax and hydrogen peroxide bath okay for my 3 year-old? Should I use the 2 cups borax and 1 cup peroxide ratio? Or use less? These little devils are a complete nightmare. I am at my wits end. Also- any suggestions on how to decontaminate my car? Can I use a borax solution spray?
Comment posted by HWILL0612 of Augusta, GA, USA on 7 October 2014 at 15:49 2934
After trying almost everything in the world... literally, I finally found something that worked tonight! Borax and peroxide baths. I literally could see the awful pesks in the bath tub! I have tried everything and even done 3 treatments of permethrin in less than a week... yes, I know that's way too much, but I was that desperate. Benedryl and the prescribed itch medicine the doctor gave me do not even begin to help with the horrible itching. After two peroxide and borax baths tonight, I FINALLY have some relief! I'm praying to get to see the dermatologist tomorrow so that I can get the oral prescription and hopefully get some relief once and for all. This has literally been one of the most miserable times of my life. I wish I could stab and kill each of these bugs separately. That's how much I hate them.
Comment posted by sscardilli of marocopa, phoenix, AZ, USA on 16 August 2014 at 2:45 2795
I have scabies took peroxide bleach on my hands. I dried them and then began rubbing my hands together, hundreds of scabies fell in my sink. I did it the next day and more scabies came from my hands, hundreds. I tried this on my whole body but it leaves red streaks on my legs. But it got rid of the scabies on my hands. I am going to try Borax and peroxide together next.