Borax Solution - CURE

Since: Aug 13

New Zealand

#1603 Aug 31, 2013
FRED wrote:
Dr Mercola has some things to offer but you should read Dr. Schaller and Dr. Klinghardt, Dr. Stephen Harris too then when you realize that Dr's are not supplying the truth you could read a thousand plus articles by actual scientific researchers like I did. Don't use doctors as research sources, it's not very wise.
Candida itself doesn't cause leaky gut syndrome but the GM version definitely does because of the transgenic DNA being absorbed by gut bacteria. Lets call it transgenic Candida for lack of a better term. Candida that has been modified to secrete hormones and opines conducive to transgenic bacterial infections and mutated spirochetes.
There are two ways you can proceed. 1. come to a conclusion and then look for evidence to support that; or;
2. Read extensively without any bias and then draw your conclusions.
You have a lot of work to do because there is a lot of misinformation that you readily accept.
I have no intention of addressing all your misconceptions and this will be my last post to you and my last post on this forum as there is no one here that has the capacity for understanding that also doesn't think with their egos instead of thinking with their intellects.
http://www.ask-force.org/web/debate/Guardian2...
http://polska-wolna-od-gmo.org/doc/Horizontal...
http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/genetics/Literature...
http://www.stopogm.net/sites/stopogm.net/file...
As I said before I totally understand you thinking you have morgellons. Fact is I have been at this for 7 plus years and I got past that years ago. Elimenate the impossible and whatever remains must be the truth.
That's why you eliminate scabies fungal and staff first.
Asserting everyone has morgellons is stupid and dangerous.
Mercola links to klinghaardt frequently.
It seems your ego is the real issue here.

Since: Aug 13

New Zealand

#1604 Aug 31, 2013
FRED wrote:
Dr Mercola has some things to offer but you should read Dr. Schaller and Dr. Klinghardt, Dr. Stephen Harris too then when you realize that Dr's are not supplying the truth you could read a thousand plus articles by actual scientific researchers like I did. Don't use doctors as research sources, it's not very wise.
Candida itself doesn't cause leaky gut syndrome but the GM version definitely does because of the transgenic DNA being absorbed by gut bacteria. Lets call it transgenic Candida for lack of a better term. Candida that has been modified to secrete hormones and opines conducive to transgenic bacterial infections and mutated spirochetes.
There are two ways you can proceed. 1. come to a conclusion and then look for evidence to support that; or;
2. Read extensively without any bias and then draw your conclusions.
You have a lot of work to do because there is a lot of misinformation that you readily accept.
I have no intention of addressing all your misconceptions and this will be my last post to you and my last post on this forum as there is no one here that has the capacity for understanding that also doesn't think with their egos instead of thinking with their intellects.
http://www.ask-force.org/web/debate/Guardian2...
http://polska-wolna-od-gmo.org/doc/Horizontal...
http://www.sbs.utexas.edu/genetics/Literature...
http://www.stopogm.net/sites/stopogm.net/file...
Reading extensively includes mainstream as well as new research. Excluding basic medicine makes you a fringe dweller. Better to be well read on the basics first, then build on that. Cutting edge science certainly often disproves theories, but a cut will always bleed and sugar will always feed candida.
Yes gmo is terrible. Don't eat it. Chlorella and Zeolite will remove the residues. Move on.
Many people are sick for so long they forgot to want to be healthy. Being sick is a full time occupation. It can be addictive. Be aware the phenomenon exists to avoid the suffering you cause others when this happens. Been there too.
Get the problem to it's most simple form and be clinical in thde way you deal with it. Don't jump to any conclusions and at all times keep it as simple as possible. This allows you to perform complicated tasks with little or no error.
Meditate to ease emotional conflict and moody behaviour so as to reduce it's influence on your conclusions.
Read my earlier posts.
Be well

Since: Aug 13

New Zealand

#1605 Aug 31, 2013
degwar wrote:
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Reading extensively includes mainstream as well as new research. Excluding basic medicine makes you a fringe dweller. Better to be well read on the basics first, then build on that. Cutting edge science certainly often disproves theories, but a cut will always bleed and sugar will always feed candida.
Yes gmo is terrible. Don't eat it. Chlorella and Zeolite will remove the residues. Move on.
Many people are sick for so long they forgot to want to be healthy. Being sick is a full time occupation. It can be addictive. Be aware the phenomenon exists to avoid the suffering you cause others when this happens. Been there too.
Get the problem to it's most simple form and be clinical in thde way you deal with it. Don't jump to any conclusions and at all times keep it as simple as possible. This allows you to perform complicated tasks with little or no error.
Meditate to ease emotional conflict and moody behaviour so as to reduce it's influence on your conclusions.
Read my earlier posts.
Be well
If you really do have morgellons, and I mean you actually have large quantities of fibre coming out of your skin there are places you can find help. Probably not on a scabies forum, see mercola.com and gaps.me. YES it is still curable by fixing stomach flora. The gut is your immune system.
Be are that fungal infections treated with cortisone can be very similar in appearance. Cortisone is bad when used improperly. It is for short term occasional use only and then only sparingly. It's written on the label.
See my earlier posts...
Be well.

Since: Aug 13

Location hidden

#1606 Aug 31, 2013
degwar wrote:
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Borax and boric acid are nothing like each other and that was a link to a pesticide data base specifically about boric acid. Boric acid is H3BO3.
Borax Is NaB4O7. If you know anything about chemistry it is obvious they are two totally different compounds. More b/s. Come on prove borax is bad for you! I want to see the facts. Show me your data. Tests, double blind. The data I posted included tests on toxicity. Where are yours? Read my posts again. Read the links. Stop posting unless you have a question or REAL data.
Borate salts (from boric acid) is in Borax amongst other ingrediants.Borax is a combo mix of chemicals. It is not a pesticde product, why you use boric acid instead of borax to kill insects.

Since: Aug 13

New Zealand

#1607 Aug 31, 2013
Syl B wrote:
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Borate salts (from boric acid) is in Borax amongst other ingrediants.Borax is a combo mix of chemicals. It is not a pesticde product, why you use boric acid instead of borax to kill insects.
Borax is a compound not a mixture meaning it can only be changed by a chemical reaction.
No data I see.

Since: Aug 13

Location hidden

#1608 Sep 1, 2013
Well in Aus we are not allowed to have Borax in food produce.You can't even buy borax as such.

http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/consumers...

Anyway I am sure your response will contain some kind of conspiracy, fluride or whatever.

Go write your borax findings on some MD page and discuss this with other doctors and scientists, scabie sufferers should not be subjected to rantings on injesting Borax.

The reason why I put the borax link up originally was to do with the effects on reproduction in Animals. I read of one poster getting her dog to drink this stuff.

This thread smacks of desperation and yes I have no data for you, I dont need it as logic dictates you don't mess around with hard core chemicals and don't forget you got young kids reading this forum, little people right, taking your advice. WTFU
BoraxBS

Golden, CO

#1609 Sep 1, 2013
Borax hasn't cured anyone in this forum. It does leave deposits in the kidneys and raises blood pressure to dangerous levels depending on the dose however. It has no place in the big picture of curing the people from what they are suffering from in this forum.
degwar

New Zealand

#1610 Sep 20, 2013
Sunder

United States

#1611 Sep 26, 2013
I just wanted to mention that most "itch" remedies in homeopathy would be antidotes by Epsom Salt--particularly any remedies like Sulphur or Psorinum.

Long hot baths can also antidote a remedy as well. You would need to stay off of them for possibly a few years until the cure becomes permanent.

Don't get me wrong, I love hot Epsom Salt baths myself. But if you are on homeopathy, there are different antidotes for different remedies (some remedies can be antidoted by having too much starch or a glass of beer)--as well as some known to antidote most remedies.
Kevin

Orange, CT

#1612 Oct 14, 2013
I have been doing the using the borox method for 3 days now with great results. I am using the soak method I am taking a leap of faith and ingesting it, I think it is safe for human consumption. I am feeling more sensations today probably the result of a die off. My question is this... I seem to be developing a rash on certain parts of my body that resembles folliculitis. If this is due to post scabies rash I will suck it up and deal. Any chance that this is due to the soaking method? I'm planning on just using a spray bottle now after showers since my symptoms are so much better. Any chance this could be from the h202 since I do have sensitive skin in the first place? Any ideas on what this could be? Like I said it's working great and I'll continue to do it because I feel them dying!!
Also question about ingestion... Do I have to the liter over the coarse of the day? I would rather just chug it down.

Since: Apr 13

Toledo, OH

#1613 Oct 15, 2013
You should stop while you are ahead.
That stuff will hurt you
crissypoo

Salt Lake City, UT

#1614 Oct 19, 2013
Soooo, I'm new to all of this...started internal borax last night after reading hours of posts from people who swear by the solution. My question is, does this internal solution actually have the capability to CUTE my lupus, and my stage one kidney disease? Thank you!
crissypoo

Salt Lake City, UT

#1615 Oct 19, 2013
Sorry..."CURE"

Since: Feb 11

Location hidden

#1616 Oct 20, 2013
crissypoo wrote:
Soooo, I'm new to all of this...started internal borax last night after reading hours of posts from people who swear by the solution. My question is, does this internal solution actually have the capability to CUTE my lupus, and my stage one kidney disease? Thank you!
Not sure if this is a serious post, but I wouldn't be messing around with Borax if I had kidney disease. There are a lot of other treatments that aren't possibly dangerous for the kidneys.
degwar

New Zealand

#1617 Oct 20, 2013
I agree. Kidney disease would not be helped by borax, and indeed as with all things only in moderation.
The amount of exposure required to remove skin infections is quite different to internal ailments. You would do more damage than good by the time you exposed yourself to enough borax to be effective.
Diet is the answer see weston price and gaps
liz

Cape Coral, FL

#1618 Oct 31, 2013
Can a person ever be completely cured of lyme disease?
Racine

United States

#1619 Dec 30, 2013
Finally got up the courage to give the Borax detox a try after weighing pros & cons, arguments for & against. Took approx 1/16 tspn with 16 oz water. Drank it all at once before bed, tho, not through the day. Tasted fine. Didn't even notice it much. Tested with a litmus strip, it registered between 8 & 9. No reaction until this morning... def noticed it having an effect. Had the squirts, a bit of nausea with gasiness and burping.

We have fluoridated water- I'm so mad about it.
Racine

United States

#1620 Dec 30, 2013
liz wrote:
Can a person ever be completely cured of lyme disease?
Ans: Yes, it's a bacterial pathogen, but once you've had it, you will always test positive for it, even if you've killed the pathogen.

The earlier you detect & treat it, the better the prognosis. My 10-yr old contracted it and we used traditional antibiotics: tetracycline. Figured the benefits outweighed the risks. She was back to her old self within 2 weeks.
degwar

New Zealand

#1621 Jan 12, 2014
Did anyone actually read this?
You all have an opinion, but no one had any real data, here is an extremely well reference article.
Yet I get an unenlightened by two, and a wrong by two. Hmmm. Are you lot even awake?
degwar

New Zealand

#1622 Jan 12, 2014

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