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How to use borax: a versatile cleaner and more — 12 Comments

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  2. Some fungi reproduce through tiny spores in the air. You can inhale the spores or they can land on you. As a result, fungal infections often start in the lungs or on the skin. You are more likely to get a fungal infection if you have a weakened immune system or take antibiotics.^.`*

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  3. Thank you. Borax is anti fungal. It should therefore reduce exposure. Reducing is not the same as eliminating. Thanks for an important reminder.

  4. Hi everybody! Last year I developed a painfull and slightly swollen left knee. I saw my doctor and he diagnosed arthritis and sent me for ex rays. This was confirmed.I was given painkillers and some exercises to do and was told I might have to have surgery. Well, I don’t like pills and investigated alternatives. Yes, Borax! A heaped teaspoon in a litre of good bottled water and I take 2 teaspoons a day. 6 weeks and my knee is much better, 3 months and it is cured, yes cured! No pain,no swelling and I can now pull my heel back to my buttock.
    I will add that I am male, age 72 and had polio age 11.

  5. I used the borax and peroxide mixture to cure my dogs mange. Two weeks and it was gone and hair all grown back.

  6. I use borax solution in carpet cleaning, straight for toilets and sinks and diluted on scalp. It has solved itchy scalp on me and my dogs. It cleans showers beautifully, especially glass doors. I can’t recommend it enough. My carpets have no odor when done with the steam cleaner and borax. And with 2 dogs and 2 son’s, that is a miracle.

  7. Thanks Mya. I can testify to how quickly it stops my scalp from itching. I don’t have a shower with a glass door, but I have a fabric shower curtain liner that occasionally gets mildew on it. Soaking in a borax solution gets it right out if I don’t let it go too long.

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