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Is it Safe to Take Industrial Grade Borax?

Posted by J. (Philippines) on 01/25/2015

Hello Sir, First I would like to thank you for providing the formula over earthlicnic for multiple disease.

I would like to ask is it safe to take Borax (Industrial Grade) as I can't find the 20 mule team brand or a better grade here in my country Philippines.

By the way, I'm trying to cure seborrheic dermatitis which is similar to psoriasis, it crippled my life for almost 5-6 years now. My face,chest,scalp.back is full of white and sometiems hard pinkish scale and it's painful or itchy.

This is the only borax i can find in my country - http://www.olx.ph

They said it's industrial grade. Thank You

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
The commercial grade is probably used in 20 Mule Team borax. Industrial grade is suited in temperature stability and should be close enough. Any form of psoriasis always to avoid sugar and late evening meals, especially fried food the worse is fruits and honey and processed food which contains fructose. Once fungus take their hold it will grow inside the cells. An easy way to stop it is ammonium choride solution but they sting a lot, initially. More gentle is sodium thiosulfate saturated solution. People in general do not share information because there is no money to be made and private sectors will only sell if they can be done legally and is approved medicine by the authorities. As a result people are left untreated using the same medically approved medicines that dont work. Medical doctors used the same textbook which espoused cortisone treatment that caused side effects. Ted

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