FW: Borax as a remedy

From: Andrew Johnson

Date: 2012-07-16 12:47:26

More info below! From: Sent: 16 July 2012 09:56To: ad.johnson@ntlworld….Subject: Re: The Borax Conspiracy – How the Arthritis Cure has been Stopped And of course because it works so well and is cheap you can’t find it in the shops. I found this place Intralabs sells it online Here’s some testimonials gleaned from the Earthclinic siteARTHRITIS Rebecca from Ashtabula, Ohio: “My comment is on the Borax for arthritis. I tried the ACV (for about two weeks) and didn’t seem to be getting any results. So, I started adding the 1/8tsp of borax in a litter of water (drank through out the day). The next day after adding the borax, my knees (where I was having “arthritis pains,” I’m guessing, I was never diagnosed officially.) began to feel less swollen. It’s been about a week and my knees feel about 80% better. I know this is anecdotal, but thought I would share. I cannot prove it was the Borax (or that the ACV didn’t also contribute). I am currently continuing with both and will see how it goes. I truly believe it was the borax. I’m 40 yrs old (female) and used to distance run for about twenty years until I started having knee issues. Pj from Columbia, Sc. I decided to try the Borax for my arthtritis since nothing else seems to work. I started it last saturday at the 1/8 teaspoon in a liter of water. I have felt better everyday so far, but today I cannot believe I almost have no pain at all!! I am so giddy I don’t even want to go to sleep, I just want to enjoy not feeling the terrible pain I have been in. Now I want to go see my pain doc and tell him that it only cost me a few cents to get out of pain, compared to all the expensive drugs and injections he gave me. Rosemary from White Rock, Bc, Canada “I’ve used the Borax remedy as a last ditch attempt to cure my aching hands, arches and metatarsalalgia.. It made a noticeable difference within 10 days and I am pain free after 2 months. Gregory from Brampton, Ontario, Canada replies: “I am 54 years old and for the last few years, my knee joints have really been sore. I started to take 5000 IU’s Vit D3 per day for the last year or so. That has helped a lot, but I still feel sore, especially in the morning. I also have psoriasis, so maybe the soreness in my joints is the psoriatic arthritus creeping in. I thought, after reading about borax I would give it a try. OMG! In one day, the soreness in my knees has vanished! Maybe it is too early to make any assumptions… Can it be true? Becky From Ohio from Ashtabula, Ohio, Usa ” I remember reading that the toxicity of borax is about the same as is for salt. (I haven’t consulted any MSDS’s to prove that thought. I believe you could get those over the internet?) Anyway, I finally decided that 1) the dose was small- 1/8th of a teaspoon generally for women, 1/4 of a teaspoon for mean. 2)Even if it wasn’t good for me, it was basically just a little bit of soap? So, I did try the borax for arthritis pain. Reluctantly at first, but I was quite desperate. I have had GREAT results, and NO bad reactions. Within a few days my knee pain (I’m calling it arthritis, but I’m not sure what was all going on in my knees)was greatly improved. It felt like cement breaking up in my knees. I am still using the borax (along with ACV) most days. I take a break from it every once in a while. If I go too long the “cement” and pain in the knees comes back and I start back on the borax and it clears right up. I suggest it to so many people I know that sound like it might help- but so far no one will try it. They just can’t get over it not being made for human consumption. Such a shame. I was very close to having to go to an orthopedic surgeon before I tried the borax. I highly recommend it!” Carly from Seattle, Wa – Usa replies: “Hi – Re Borax… I take Boron every day in capsul form. It is amazing for arthritis. I used to have bad hand pain every morning, now I only have it when I have not taken my boron for a few days. Kaz from Greenbank, Qld Australia replies: “Borax was removed from poisons list in 2001. Pat Coleby, natural farming/animal expert in Australia prescribes Borax for treatment of arthritis in horses. ACV is also high in Boron.” INSOMNIA Leelannee from Sussex, Nj: “I read about using 1/8 – 1/4 teaspoon of borax in water for various health issues, although not insomnia specifically. I decided to try it, and right away noticed that I was able to fall asleep easily and sleep through the night better. I’ve had insomnia & nightmares for years & have tried many natural supplements & remedies. I’m often tired but don’t feel sleepy…after so many years of insomnia, I LOVE that delicious sleepy feeling! Magnesium has worked ok for me but gets expensive & sometimes I’d be awake for an hour or more after sleeping for just a few minutes. Perhaps the borax is detoxifying flouride or something from my body, or killing off a fungus that was affecting my health. However, I’ve skipped the borax twice in the last few weeks and had a horrible time that same night. I’ve read that boron helps you absorb calcium better, and calcium helps you relax and sleep, so maybe that’s why it’s helping me. MOLD
Angela from Cheltenham, England: “My daughter is a student and the house she shares is damp and full of fungus on the walls. Her room is the worst. When I went to pick her up for the Christmas holidays I took a plastic spray bottle of Borax and water (just put enough Borax in so that no more will dissolve). I sprayed the walls with it when I arrived and then wiped all the fungus off. After helping her pack I sprayed the walls again and just left them to dry. This was a last ditch attempt to make things better because the landlord would not do anything. When I took her back after Christmas I didn’t know what we would find but imagine my delight when we walked into her room to find not a trace of mould.       From: Sent: 16 July 2012 10:03To: Andrew JohnsonSubject: Borax as a remedy Borax Introduction to Borax Borax (sodium tetraborate hexahydrate or sodium borate) is a naturally-occurring mineral composed of sodium, boron, oxygen and water. It has been used as a remedy for over 4000 years. It is found in large quantities in the Western United States, in Mediterranean countries, Kazakhstan, and the Tibet region of China. Turkey is one of the largest commercial producers of borates. Most people only get between 1.7 and 7 mg per day, mainly from fruits, nuts, legumes, and vegetables. It is likely that this level represents a severe deficiency, with the deficiency being worse for people living in those areas where there is little or no boron in the soil. In contrast, the average French diet contains about 36 mg of boron per day (for French people using their traditional foods). Warning – do not confuse borax and boric acid. Boric acid is toxic. Borax’s properties Borax is a potent and effective remedy that deserves to be widely used, and should be in every home: Protect’s you from Fluorides. Borax protects against the accumulation of fluorides in the body; is effective as an antidote in fluoride toxicity; and can remove fluorides from the body. (1,2,3,4,5) Anti-microbial. Borax is toxic to insects, parasites, protozoa and bacteria Fungicide. Effective against moulds and fungi, internally and externally Hormone normaliser. Stimulates the production of hormones As an Immune system enhancer Reduction and control of inflammation Aphrodisiac for men and women Toxin removal. Powerful chelator of heavy metals (8) Stabiliser of calcium, copper and magnesium levels, inhibits calcification Improves attention, both short and long term memory, perception, hand-eye coordination, and manual dexterity. Borax as a remedy Borax has successfully been used as a remedy for a variety of ailments. (7, 9, 10) You can use it for both prevention and treatment. Rheumatiod arthritis. This is and inflammatory autoimmune disease whereby the body attacks its own joints, causing degeneration and deformity. It is more common in women, and can occur at any age. Often it develops into osteo arthritis. Work by Prof Roger Wyburn-Mason identified an amoeba in the joint as the cause in certain susceptible people. Boron is an effective control and cure. Osteo arthritis is a wearing away of the joints, particularly those that have been subject to trauma, infection or over-use when injured. It is more common in men. The cartilage or tough fibrous matter around the joint wears away and the bones rub against each other, causing pain and and further permanent damage to the joint. Osteoporosis (decalcification of the bones) or osteopenia. Blood lipid disorders (high blood pressure, arterial diseases) Obesity Cancer (6) Pyorrhoea (loose teeth with swollen gums). This is a bit like an arthritis of the teeth and gums. Spondylitis (arthritis of the spine with inflammation in the joints). Calcium is lost from the spinal vertebrae, leading to fusion and disc degeneration. Spondylitis responds to mineral treatments, particularly boron. Gout. Boron is an effective remedy. How to use borax You can buy it in the laundry detergent section of your supermarket. Brand Names: Boraxo (USA, Mexico), Hovex (Australia). I have heard that 20 Mule Team (USA) is now scented – if it has an added smell, it is obviously not pure. You can also buy boron tablets online. You may be concerned about the warnings on borax containers and some of what you read on the internet. However, borax’s toxicity of 100 mg per kg of bodyweight is not substantially more than that of sodium chloride (salt). Borax is absorbed through the skin and mucous membranes. It is not a good idea to bathe in it unless a measured, small quantity is added to the bath, because large quantities can readily be taken up through your skin in a strong solution. How to take Borax internally Take 9 mg of boron per day to use it as a remedy / therapy for the above ailments. An ongoing maintenance dose of 3 to 6 mg may be used for general good health and the prevention of ailments, especially if you live in an area where the soil is boron-deficient. To get a dose of 7 mg per day, dissolve one level teaspoon of borax in one quart/litre of water. Take a teaspoonful twice daily with meals. Borax contains about 11% boron by weight. When you consume borax it seems to work synergistically with magnesium, so keep your magnesium intake up whilst taking borax. See Magnesium. How to use Borax externally Saturate water with borax crystals (ie keep adding them to water until no more dissolve). Apply the borax solution to the problem areas on the skin, and surrounding hair. Some people have found this borax remedy is more effective by adding 1% hydrogen peroxide to the above solution. Apply the solution to the skin, and leave it on without rinsing. It tends to cause drying, so you may want to add aloe vera, jojoba oil or lavender oil later. Interestingly, dog mange is caused by demodex mites and the effective treatment is the above 1% hydrogen peroxide and borax saturated solution applied topically. Warnings Do not confuse borax with boric acid. Boric acid is toxic. We only need very small quantities of boron for good health and to prevent diseases such as arthritis. However, in large quantities it has adverse effects, the same as any other compound. Borax has very low toxicity, and it is likely that toxicity symptoms will develop only after taking several grams (thousand mg) per day for several months. Signs of boron toxicity are diarrhoea, lethargy, nausea and vomiting. Eventually, also dermatitis. Excess boron can worsen or trigger conditions like ADHD, allergies, asthma, autism, cystic fibrosis, dyslexia, liver and oesophageal cancer. Boron tends to increase the levels of calcium and oestrogen, and lower blood glucose, and levels of vitamin B6 and zinc. Boron antidote is vitamin B2. www.growyouthful.com…

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