Borax 300g, arthritis, joint pain, antiseptic, antifungal

£14.99

Borax is a naturally occurring mineral and an important source of the element boron, it is a cheap and an effective antiseptic, antifungal and insecticide product.
The use of borax has confirmed its effect on: arthritis, inflammation of prostate tumours, in a therapy against yeasts (Candida) and much more.

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Borax is a naturally occurring mineral and an important source of the element boron, it is a cheap and an effective antiseptic, antifungal and insecticide product.
Boron is essential to maintain the integrity and the functionality of cell walls and to the transmission of signals across cell membranes. It is necessary for the good functioning of the musculoskeletal system and for adjusting the absorption and metabolism of calcium, magnesium and phosphorus. Boron deficiency causes hypoparathyroidism, which leads to osteoarthritis, arthritis, decay, calcification of soft tissues, it causes muscle spasms and rigidity, calcification of the endocrine glands (particularly pineal gland and ovaries), atherosclerosis, kidney stones and nephritis leading ultimately their failure.
The use of borax has confirmed its effect on: arthritis, inflammation of prostate tumours and in a therapy against yeasts (Candida).
USAGE: Dissolve an initial solution of 5-6 g of borax in 1 litre of water. Keep out of the children’s reach. The standardized dose is 5 ml (one teaspoon) of the above-described concentrated solution which is approx. 3 mg of boron. You should have one dose every day with a drink or a meal. If you feel good after the intake, you can take a second dose after the next meal.
Use 3 or doses portion over time in patients with arthritis, osteoporosis, menopause, low production of hormones, and with the elderly patients. After the ceasing of the symptoms, go back to the maintenance dose: 1-2 doses per day.
When removing Candida or an excess of fluoride people with lower weight than normal drink 100 ml of the solution at different times of the day.
Always start with the standard dose and increase it to the desired maximum gradually. The maximum dose should be used 4-5 days a week, until it is no longer needed.
Prophylactically: One-eighth teaspoon drink plenty of water.
Best to eat after breakfast.
Borax is unadvisable for pregnant women, infants and children under the 5 years of age. Do not exceed a dose of Borax of 20g/60kg per day.
Borax, also known as sodium borate, sodium tetraborate, or disodium tetraborate, is an important boron compound, a mineral, and a salt of boric acid. Powdered borax is white, consisting of soft colorless crystals that dissolve in water. Occurs naturally in evaporite deposits produced by the repeated evaporation of seasonal lakes. Is found also in some other vitamin supplements.

300g

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Weight 0.210 kg