CLO2 wrote: Please share your daily borax protocol.
Good you asked ClO2, because you can get terrible and long lasting headaches from using too much borax. It's a natural salt but should be respected.
I'm not doing a specific borax protocol. I just add borax to my daily mineral protocol. About 1/16th of a tea spoon, or tip of a knife.
Have done so for 4+ years and know by experience it's safe. I wanted Alice to know that.
David Bourke uses 1/4th of a teaspoon dissolved in 1 liter water, per day. Dosing depends on body weight.
My mineral protocol exists of quite a few immune system boosters like zinc, copper, iodine, selenium, potassium, magnesium, sea salt, Vit C, baking soda. And borax. And still more can be added.
The Vit C and baking soda helps ionizing everything so that the minerals become more available.
Borax contains the important trace mineral boron. Beside of that borax has anti fungal, anti viral, anti septic and slightly anti bacterial properties.
Borax has many, many uses. It is a well known and effective insecticide. This is why it can help against mites living in the skin and which I suspect Alice struggles with.
Ok thankyou! I'm still living this nightmare going to try the mustard powder solution and Ted's borax solution. Just upsets me knowing this isn't a complete cure. I just want these mites gone and nobody believes me yet they'll itch like crazy round me. So frustrating been getting me seriously down this last week.
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