Borax Solution - CURE
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over finally

Portsmouth, UK

#1648 Jan 25, 2015
Borax in clothes washing is extremely helpful avoiding re-infecting with scabies from clothes. Really helpful product! Not a cure, but helps the cause. Borax baths not very helpful at all. Kills them ON skin, not UNDER skin.
Debrn

Battle Creek, MI

#1653 Feb 18, 2015
Str8uP wrote:
Please just doesn't go as far as it used to :/
I don't have time to waste Denver. Been there, done that.
You come to this thread and write a blatant lie.
Why in Heaven's name would you do that?!? I think you are so weird.
Holler back if and ONLY IF you give this protocol a try.
How are you feeling now? It is Feb 2015 and I hope you get this. Deb
Angela

United States

#1654 Mar 12, 2015
Str8uP wrote:
Toxicity of Borax comment, continued...
'I am not going to push you to try anything including borax or your decision to do anything. But you must come to realize a point in time where your logic rules, not what is been taught but what you think works for you.
It must be understood that the "system" doesn't like to see you cured, suffering is a lot more profitable to both drug system and "the system" and it only pleases the "system" that population control, which is the primary goal of today's system be enforced, stealthly.
I can never go directly against them, they are just too powerful. And yes, I get hassled, threatened more than I care to remember, but I am doing the best I can to get the information out as gently as I can imagine without ruffling too many feathers. The best I can say "this is this" and "that is that", but if I go any further, I get into trouble too.
All I can say is in my own experience getting alkaline enough and even a small amount of borax has the similar toxicity to salt in terms of LD50 and remains the key to getting lupus recovery. Those who do get cured, don't post them directly they also fear because of so much "publicity against" borax use.
The ONLY published death against borax use is NOT borax. It is boric acid from accidental poisoning as the baby accidentally ate the boric acid. The baby more likely died from acidosis (from the strong acid of boric), rather than the boron, in my humble opinion. Boric acid is in fact much more toxic than borax.
You decide. So far everyone I know is benefiting, but that's just my own experience. I am out on a limb more than I care to remember when I post earthclinic. And believe me, I know a lot more than I care to post because there so much information pollution out there, including wikipedia. The war stories of me is just too overwhelming even to scratch the surface.
If in deep doubt I will always take much less say one tiny grain borax dissollved in a swimming pool of water just to make a fool of myself. Or perhaps, with little more confidence, maybe just one grain in one liter of water, which is a bit less ridiculous, then if need be maybe just 1/10 of whatever I think I used might be someday, safe. It's the same story ten years ago about hydrogen peroxide and colloidal silver, during the early heydays of the internet, when remedies were first introduced. The reason why we CAN'T CURE ourself is we are simply too dependent on a system which we believed to be benign, but personally I believed to be malevolent, and once you begin to realize this then you will know that what you have been taught is either all wrong, or our own mind has been divorced from ourself.
It takes only a simple observation and some basic rules of chemistry for me to write up hundreds of remedies in earthclinic and the reason why I can do that, is simply we have been conditioned not to think, but to follow rules. Some people spent their whole lives following rules, and the world they live in looks nice, and it is tempting when you are offered the "blue pill" or the "red pill" as in the movie Matrix. Once again, you have to decide, which do you want, the blue pill or the red pill?
Ted
p.s. Try to consider taking chlorella or chlorella/spirulina supplements at least 5 days out of a week. You may have forgotten this one. However the bugs won't die if borax is not used, sorry to say."
Hello Ted! would you please post the recommended dosage for the internal solution of borax? and how long it should be taken..I am a female 5'5 136 lbs thank you!

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#1655 Mar 13, 2015
don't waste your time it is not a cure
degwar

Auckland, New Zealand

#1656 Mar 14, 2015
degwar wrote:
Let's not forget that borax in large doses is toxic, as are all the the other remedies. Scabies prey on people with weak immune systems, so overdosing will exacerbated the problem. Low doses often, and work on strengthening your immune system. Less sugar, more fish and veges, exercise, and no more than 1/4 of a teaspoon a day of borax diluted in a liter of water. No scabies can't become immune to borax, but if you have enough to weaken your immune system the problem will probably get worse. Thanks
If you are very light (55kg 9 stone or less) you should probably half that i.e 1/8 of a teaspoon max diluted in a liter of water daily.

I only have it sporadically now, but I followed a regime of 1/8 of a teaspoon in the kettle every other day for a couple of years.
I don't think you will ever find a cure for scabies that is not a pesticide. At least borax is tolerated by the body with plenty of literature available about toxicity.
There are no instant cures that do not involve very strong chemicals; obviously pesticides. The reason most people end up here is the commercial products available haven't worked for them. They do work, but don't kill the eggs if the scabies are deep. People with deep layers of dermatitis or eczema are particular vulnerable. It for them becomes a "fix the eczema or never get rid of the scabies" situation.
(Two tablespoons of borax in the clothes washing machine every wash is a good plan for persistent scabies. Kills smells and softens fabric too).

This is usually achieved by eliminating sugar, and gluten.
Food/pollen/animal allergy tests can help identify triggers.
Just tape the allergen to your wrist and check every couple of hours for a day.

You know your body, and what you feed it.
Take control and make healthier choices.
Keep a food and medicine diary to refer back to in weeks, months, years to come.
Don't be a victim.
sarah

Rawalpindi, Pakistan

#1658 Jul 14, 2015
Better wrote:
Hello everybody, I did the external H202 and Borax for 2 months (2 times a day) and the internal borax for 1 month (sipping through the day).
Also took 3 times a day BS and AVC.
This cured me for almost 95%.
Sleeping is wonderfull, no more bloodstains on the sheets in the morning, and the obsession of crawling is fading away. Im continuing this till dec 31th and hope to be free in the new year. Spend thousands of dollars on pestcontrol and pesticides, tried everything, its a wonder I m still alive. Was almost insane and poisoning myself.
Good luck to you all.
By the way: I put H2o2 and borax in the laundry but nothing else. Not spraying my house and all that, because I think they are on and in your skin, but thats just my opinion.
Thanks Ted on Earth Clinic ans Str8up.
how are you now???
Tara

Milwaukee, WI

#1659 Jul 15, 2015
Borax is great in the laundry and on surfaces -- especially carpeting! I haven't tried it orally, yet, but I'm seriously considering it. I will caution you all on bathing in it, though.

I got scabies mites from our foster dog. They were just on a few areas of my body. I tried the Borax/Peroxide baths. Guess what? The mites apparently swam around and landed on other parts of my body! They got into my ears & nose, on my face, between my toes, on my hands -- everywhere!!!

Ivermectin is helping me now. I've also just started taking baking soda and iodine supplements. Here's hoping!
Riverliver

Edmonds, WA

#1660 Jul 15, 2015
PRAY FOT TED IN THAILAND hes fallen very ill
Tara

Milwaukee, WI

#1661 Jul 15, 2015
Riverliver wrote:
PRAY FOT TED IN THAILAND hes fallen very ill
Oh no! How did you find out?
Riverliver

Edmonds, WA

#1662 Jul 16, 2015
Tara wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh no! How did you find out?
they had it posted on earth clinic last time I read happened last week he had a stroke
Ritzeebug

Lansdowne, PA

#1665 Jan 12, 2016
lotus_fan wrote:
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I read them , I just didn't like the idea of taking borax internally.
I have them in my blood stream for sure
Every so often they actually pop out and ill notice I'm bleeding
I will have a small crescent moon spit on my skin of course my my dermatologist tries to say that I must've scratched it but I am well aware that it is not the case and very interestingly enough in various spots on my body I'll have these bleeding spots
I have seen some small weird insects on my linen only visible by using my tiny little microscope
my Dermatologist already indicated to me that he doesn't believe things like more gallons it's psychological and I must tread lightly because I need him to help prescribe the things I need so please please help me I want to try this internal detox I cannot go on like this much longer
Ritzeebug

Lansdowne, PA

#1666 Jan 12, 2016
sarah wrote:
<quoted text>how are you now???
Please share the recipes with me
I'm desperate to rid myself of this nightmare
I've had scabies since Juky 2015 HELP
Over it

Wellington, New Zealand

#1668 Jan 13, 2016
crawling stalling wrote:
Thanks for posting the info str8up. I had used your link but couldn't find the info.
I have diagnosed scabies for 5 wks but feel I may have had them much longer.
I have tried Malathion 3 x tea tree/ lavender baths/ rub downs/ sulpher soap etc but they haven't worked.
I am about to try sulper and vaseline eek this weekend and also started on black walnut and wormwood herbal remedy.
My goal is to make my body as alkaline as possible.
I am now on the hunt for Borax as well.
Am trying to stay positive.
At least this is making get my whole system and life cleansed!
Will let you know how I go.
Are you scabie free?
Wayne

Medford, OR

#1669 Mar 29, 2016
degwar wrote:
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If you are very light (55kg 9 stone or less) you should probably half that i.e 1/8 of a teaspoon max diluted in a liter of water daily.
I only have it sporadically now, but I followed a regime of 1/8 of a teaspoon in the kettle every other day for a couple of years.
I don't think you will ever find a cure for scabies that is not a pesticide. At least borax is tolerated by the body with plenty of literature available about toxicity.
There are no instant cures that do not involve very strong chemicals; obviously pesticides. The reason most people end up here is the commercial products available haven't worked for them. They do work, but don't kill the eggs if the scabies are deep. People with deep layers of dermatitis or eczema are particular vulnerable. It for them becomes a "fix the eczema or never get rid of the scabies" situation.
(Two tablespoons of borax in the clothes washing machine every wash is a good plan for persistent scabies. Kills smells and softens fabric too).
This is usually achieved by eliminating sugar, and gluten.
Food/pollen/animal allergy tests can help identify triggers.
Just tape the allergen to your wrist and check every couple of hours for a day.
You know your body, and what you feed it.
Take control and make healthier choices.
Keep a food and medicine diary to refer back to in weeks, months, years to come.
Don't be a victim.
Degwar,

Not sure if this is going to post, but have read a few of your comments on this thread, and have appreciated them.-- Thanks.
I take it all the time

Belleville, IL

#1672 Mar 9, 2017
CrawlyGirl wrote:
Is 20 Team Borax the correct product? I seriously want to know!
Yes 20 nuke team Borax. I take it all the time

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