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 Linda Rocky of Pendle, Lancashire, England on 6 February 2017 at 6:24 4461
I've been taking borax for osteopenia and osteoarthritis for 3 months. I've also been taking advil from the doctor for pain, and supplements magnesium citrate and selenium with zinc. Also going to a Pilates class. My pain prior to taking borax was 8 out of 10 with a feeling of fused lower back and hip with groin pain and I was only able to walk 1/2 hour before groin and hip pain. After resting I managed to get home. Now after 3 months of Borax the fusion feels 100% better my hip pain has gone and I can walk again without having to return home 1/2 hour later. My hip still isn't normal but I suppose that's wear and tear. Libido has picked up and mind fogginess has gone and my memory is much improved. I'll recommend Borax to everyone with caution, research and test before taking any supplements. Nothing to be scared of, either it works for you or it doesn't.
Comment posted by Madfreogirl of Fremantle , Western Australia , Australia on 1 October 2016 at 0:3 4294
Having developed painful joints in the fingers of my right hand after excessive use think knitting, playing ukulele, keyboarding I stopped the knitting and seriously reduced the others. Then I heard about Borax and mixed 1 teaspoon of borax in a ml 750 bottle of water did not have a 1 ltr bottle and started taking 2 teaspoons of that mixture per day. It was only 3 days later that I realised that my fingers were no longer hurting and I was able to start knitting again. I did notice though that the effect was lost when I stopped for a week so now back on. Have bought a 1 ltr bottle to do it properly.
Comment posted by Mal of Perth, WA, Australia on 3 June 2016 at 17:41 4099
I had read a lot about using Boron which was first discovered some 30 years ago as a remedy for arthritis by Rex Newnham a Perth microbiologist. Anyhow all my research persuaded me to try the remedy as I have suffered with knee and shoulder problems for years. Also my wife has had chronic back arthritis and more recent a shoulder pain problem. We are both in our late 60's. So several days ago we started taking daily a teaspoon of the diluted Borax solution and a teaspoon of magnesium solution and have had a vast improvement with all our ailments. So much so my wife has cancelled a doctors appointment for her previous shoulder pain. My wife has been very sceptical of my home remedies but this latest one of mine has impressed her no end.
Comment posted by John of Bedford, Bedfordshire, UK on 30 May 2016 at 22:4 4094
Left knee very painful last year, doctor xray diagnosed arthritis. I went on borax one heaped teaspoon in one litre bottled water and two teaspoons a daily . Had good improvement in 3 months and now all discomfort and swelling gone. I am 72 and had polio aged 11.
Comment posted by lennyking of Perth, West Australia, Australia on 9 May 2016 at 18:9 4058
I had a sore shoulder and knees. My knees were so bad a long drive was impossible without stopping to rest, I am late 50s. I mixed 2 teaspoons of borax with 1.5 litres of water, within three weeks my shoulder pain has nearly gone and I am exercising again. Also I completed an 830 km drive and without the usual knee pain, overall health improving and this miracle can only be described as amazing. It is amazing that borax is banned in Europe, UK etc? Maybe the great health conspiracy is alive and well.
Question posted by Barb of Redcliffe, Qld, Australia on 15 April 2016 at 16:18 4008
I've been researching borax and I'm keen to use it. I've had really sore knees for years, and borax sounds really promising. I'm not worried about any dangers regarding borax itself but am concerned that the packaging of it in China may mean that it may not be hygienically treated. Can anyone offer any help in that regard?
Comment posted by BoraxBeliever of Shorewood, WI, USA on 25 September 2015 at 5:54 3652
Amazing. I'm 51 and for 25+ years, I had severe psoratic- and osteo-arthritis and various related/resulting conditions like hay fever, depression, anxiety, addiction, eczema, tinnitus ... Three and a half months ago, I started daily with 4 teaspoons of borax solution (one teaspoon of borax mixed with a liter of water) and 500 mg of magnesium (for the first ten days I took 1000 mg of magnesium). (Since I thought I also might have Pyroluria, I included zinc, B6, D3 and an Omega 6 supplement.) All my conditions are at least 90% better. The herx'ing was tiring at times, especially in the third month when it was most severe. A couple weeks ago, I reduced the borax to two teaspoons of the solution daily. Occasionally I still experience some minor healing reactions, but they are declining.
Comment posted by David Niven Miller of Perth, WA, Australia on 7 January 2015 at 13:27 3124
Reply to Victoria of Brisbane:
A tiny amount of borax on a fingertip is a remedy that has been used for over a century - in fact, since the first borax was mined. However, it is not an accurate way to measure how much borax to take. Please read the link at the top of this page "Borax as a source of boron". This is the way I take my borax. It also explains what to expect from this wonderful natural remedy.
Question posted by Victoria of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia on 7 January 2015 at 12:41 3123
I have been advised to lick the tip of my little finger and dip it in the borax and eat it with a drink of water. This is supposed to rid me of my bunions and reduce inflamation in my body. Has anyone had experience with this? Thank you.
Comment posted by Al of Toronto, On, Canada on 26 July 2014 at 4:47 2737
Overall pain reduction from arthritis. Dose 12 mg boron per day.
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