Borax as a source of boron. Boron deficiency, supplementation, chelation, heavy metals, fluorides, fungicide, anti-microbial. How to use borax both internally and externally.
Comment posted by Sara Andrews of Venice Beach, CA, USA on 28 January 2017 at 13:37 4445
I was in a hospital in early December. A few weeks later I started to notice a couple of dark spots on the front of my bikini region. I thought my Brazilian girl had just burned my skin with too hot of wax as it has happened before and I've gotten dark spots as a result. Then I noticed it start to spread in a spot above my wax line and a really dark spot on my hip. I have been using tea tree oil but it kept getting worse and spread to the other side of my hip. There were little lines coming in that looked like stretch marks. These very dark dry patches kept getting worse and looked like an eczema rash. When I researched online I found out that scabies breaks out on your stomach check, back check, sexual parts check, around the nipple check, back check, knees check... There was no denying I got scabies. But I didn't experience the crawling and itching which still left doubt in my mind that the tea tree was causing my rash or that it was another skin condition. I started the daily deep cleaning and laundry, sheets etc. I tried a lot more tea tree oil, but it still kept spreading and I started getting exhausted which makes sense because it really takes a toll on your system. I read up on all sorts of different bath recipes and was also covering my body in mineral oils and essential oils, then spraying myself with 1/2 diluted Apple Cider Vinegar and leaving it on for 15 minutes prior to bathing or showering, but still no luck. I was ready to surrender and give in to DR. and chemicals until I read this forum! OMG Borax has had me in the highest spirits today. This morning I saw my rash spreading so I went to do hours more research and found this. I rushed to the store and got 20 Mules Borax and hydrogen peroxide so I could try the 2 cups borax 1 Cup HP bath. I made the bath expecting flat results and was scared for my hair the whole time, especially because my dandruff has already been so bad since this started. Side note I only use apple cider vinegar for conditioner and it is incredible even whith my very thick long wavy hair! People say they see the bugs crawl out which confused me because they are microscopic, but it turns out it's true! I thought they were a tick size, but it turns out they are actually just the size of black pepper grounds. I wish I had known prior because I would have loved to see my bath water. After I got out I pulled out some castor oil and lavender and started rubbing every inch of my skin including every inch of fingers and toes. In this process, I kept getting confused on why there were specs of black on my skin when I was using a white towel. Then I looked close and realized they were literally coming out of my skin... this is what people had said the whole time! So many places on my body, specifically my hands had no signs or marks, but when I started to scrub them, I couldn't believe how many mites was coming out! It was so gross. Wash everything in Borax and hydrogen peroxide and make a spray with borax, hydrogen peroxide, water, and bleach for a great surface cleaner. I feel so lucky I found this solution!
Question posted by Heidegger of Melbourne , VIC, Australia on 14 August 2016 at 18:10 4199
I've had scabies for several months now, coming and going in waves, now my partner has it too but my kids are thankfully still symptom-free. I've tried everything, poison and natural, the borax helps but as I've been traveling in the USA and I haven't been able to keep up with it often enough as we were camping, only showers not baths. Have finally got home and bought up on peroxide and will get some borax again tomorrow. It's so much harder to find in Australia -Bunnings apparently. I was wondering if anyone found a permanent cure from the borax and peroxide? I'm talking one year scabies free at least? I'd really love to hear an affirmative and resounding YES!
Comment posted by Justine reynolds of Youngstown, OH, USA on 9 August 2016 at 8:45 4188
Wow - it just really worked for me and my daughters. We had it and I took the advice here to get rid of it.
Comment posted by Kelly Steiner of Las vegas, NV, USA on 31 July 2016 at 10:27 4179
Yes the peroxide and borax soaks are itch-relieving. I know this sounds crazy but I have been dealing with scabies for over 6 years now. The first time I got it, it was a flared-out scaly rash. But because the people in my household didn't want to treat themselves accordingly I got it a second time. Everybody thought that it was in my head so I just ignored it and assumed that they were right and that I was just traumatized. Now years down the road I found these borax and peroxide soaks. I got out of a soak one day and looked at my back and that's when it hit me that it is still all over me really bad but the borax and peroxide soak is what made the rash visible. I have been misdiagnosed because my symptoms aren't easy to see because of the crusted stages of scabies and doctors don't know about it. Permethrin cream sucks I've done it numerous numerous times and ivermectin also.
Comment posted by Works of Aberdeen, South Dakota, USA on 5 May 2016 at 13:34 4049
Borax, epsom salt and tea tree oil worked for myself and two children. Also a must is coconut oil jar - mix in tea tree oil small bottle or what you can stand. Rub all over head to toe before borax and epson salt bath, mites fall right off and works eggs out too. We showered in the morning.
Comment posted by Susieglows of Kona, Hawaii, USA on 23 April 2016 at 13:45 4023
I have been dealing with these scabies for 5 months now and from the beginning my skin has had such a severe reaction to them like an over reaction ... Which is common for me as my skin is beyond sensitive....my mom had scabies and gave it to me and her skin looked completely different than mine. With them I have giant patches of red thick skin that dries gets flaky and oozes after the initial bumps get scratched.Now I am doing the borax baths and getting much relief but don't know if the mites are dying? My skin gets super flaky dry and I have to rub it off in the bath to not feel like a snake. This was even before the borax baths.My skin is so thin now. Is this some sort of die off? Also now I get these really itchy spots and when I scratch they just ooze out liquid for a long while and burn and itch so bad. I'm so confused and trying not to take the ivermectin prescribed but I'm in the verge of a breakdown. I have never heard anyone give a good description as to what their skin is like during this process to compare with! Please help so desperate and about to take the meds. The borax soothes for a while which is so helpful.
Comment posted by Minchy of Miami, Florida, USA on 20 March 2016 at 14:45 3956
This is the BEST remedy to kill scabies. I've had scabies for over 6 months. It was a nightmare!! I used 2 cups of Borax and 1 cup hydrogen peroxide. I took a bath, but before having the bath I applied directly to my skin grapeseed oil with diatomaceous earth food grade in equal parts. After rubbing it for 20 minutes they began to leave their burrows and I removed them. After bathing do not dry your skin with a towel, apply on your wet skin diatomaceous earth again and let it dry. Wash all clothes after every use, sheets etc with borax. Dry clothes for 70 minutes at the highest temperature, clean and disinfect the car and everything you've touched.
Comment posted by Miserable girl of Dubuque , Iowa, USA on 28 January 2016 at 19:2 3868
THANK YOU! OMG some relief! Seriously was on the edge of insanity! THANK YOU to ALL for your stories. Going to try and get a hour or two of sleep.
Comment posted by Mandy of Perth, WA, Australia on 28 October 2015 at 22:38 3703
David, I agree with you. The Herxheimer Reaction is an immune system reaction to the toxins and endotoxins that are released when large amounts of pathogens are being killed off, and the body does not eliminate the toxins quickly enough.
Comment posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 23 October 2015 at 21:9 3697
To Terri of San Antonio,
The symptoms you describe were not caused by the borax. More likely is that you had an infection or toxin in your body, and the borax or peroxide was the appropriate remedy but caused an overload of toxic waste that your body was trying to excrete as quickly as possible.
If you ever use these remedies again, use smaller quantities over a longer period, and drink sufficient water to help flush your body.
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