Borax Treatment

Posted by Jacquelyn on 10/14/2007

Hi Ted---you should be a doctor !! you have such a wide variety of knowledge and you keep it natural. I have never been a soldier but through the 1990's I was a holistic health practitioner myself but in various types of natural physical therapies... I treated a soldier that had been in 1991 Iraq/kuwait war and many came back very ill from it. It is believed I contracted mycoplasma fermentin from him just through skin contact or breathing the same air...coughing... I have been tested for mycoplasma fermentin and tested positive. If I'm understanding your correctly you think it is the "borax" that will help the Lupus and the Mycoplasma the best so I should gradually raise it to 5 times a week at 1/4 teaspoon per liter??? Am I understanding you correctly?? I think I started off at taking it more often daily I believe and got very drained, exhausted- but am willing to try it again and this time raise it more slowly.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

The draining appears to be the detoxing effect of the borax. If you feel that, or exhausted, then I would just start off slowly and try 1/8 teaspoon per liter 5 days a week first. If that's no problem, over the next several weeks, then a 1/4 teaspoon might do find. However, I do not ignore such detoxing effects or draining effect. The mycoplasma do accumulate heavy metals and chlorella should still always be considered to reduce the draining effect. It appears that the toxins being released as the mycoplasma dies is what causes the draining effect. Hence about 12 drops of H2O2 3% is added to the 1 liter of drinking water, which works out to only 3 drops in a per glass of water, if you want to add the hydrogen peroxide separately. There are two other things that can neutralize the toxins, namely sodium thiosulfate 10%, which is added to drinking water, whenever peroxide IS NOT taken. Apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons plus 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda in 1/2 glass of water, can also neutralize the toxins during the detox phase whenever the mycoplasma die off occur. The biological waste of the mycoplasma is generated, and it is the peroxide, chlorella, or the apple cider vinegar that is a common remedy I used for the detoxing effect.

The mycoplasma nevertheless has a certain weaknesses, such as aspirin that can be safely tried, if it works, the effects felt can be quite rapid, the key to proper taking of aspirin appears to be 250-500 mg, well dissolved in one half glass of water. For an aspirin to actually work properly the proper remedy requires zinc gluconate 50 mg and sodium ascobate vitamin C 1000 mg. Although, whichever you try, it is always important to get sufficient alkalinity where the urinary pH from 7 to 7.35. Baking soda however is a bare minimum. A preferred remedy is 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda plus 1/8 teaspoon of citric acid, as citrates are more effective. There is some information of the use of artemisia, or wormwood, or artemisinin that has some effectiveness against these mycoplasma, although, not much feedback. BHT supplements 500 mg, can often weaken the mycoplasma's growth. What I do know is they are peculiarly powerful in killing off virus and has some suppressing effects on mycoplasma, but I don't know specifically for the fermentin variety. Clove oil is one emergency remedy I always have in handy and can be added to all drinking water such as 1-2 drops per glass of water. The reason why this used is that it is this very clove oil which is the SINGLE MOST IMPORTANT remedies I can think off in PREVENTING the drain off effect that you are experiencing.