I have been doing the borax treatment for fungus and arthritis. Initially the borax treatment made me feel better. I did it for three weeks and took off a week. Pain subsided while taking the borax and started to return during the week off.
When off the borax I have less pain. When I start taking it again my knees and legs ache alot. Can you explain? Is it detox or should I stop taking the borax?
Magnesium is the primary remedy for most joint pains. If I were to prepare a standard solution of magnesium oil, it will be between 70-80% magnesium chloride, plus 20-30% water. I put this in a dropper bottle and use between 5-8 drops in a glass of water taken two to three times a day. This is the PRIMARY remedy I used for joint pain, borax remedy is a supporting remedy to kill whatever pathogens. It takes about 3 days to reduce most of the pain, unless it's a long term condition then that's more difficult to deal with since the pathogens goes deep into the bones and require much more advance natural remedy beyond this email postings.
07/09/2009: Mike from New Lenox, Illinois replies: "Thank you for your reply. Where do you get magnesium oil? I am presently taking a magnesium chloride tablet about 800mg a day. I forgot to mention that I see white flakes in my urine. Any ideas? Again thank you.
07/09/2009: Ted from Bangkok, Thailand replies: A magnesium oil is simply magnesium chloride in a water solution. The concentration is 80% magnesium chloride and 20% water. The white flakes needs to be analyzed what they are. Too much magnesium chloride may cause cloudy urine in very few cases. The only way to tell is to stop the magnesium and see if flakes is reduced, and then take a lower dose of magnesium if it's caused by it. The other issue may be the body is high of the other things such as struvite crystals and uric acid for example. Overall, cloudy urine maybe reduced with taking alkaline supplement such as 1/2 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 glass of water twice a day. The other common remedy I used is take some vitamin B complex whenever there is some cloudiness of the urine. One dose will usually be enough to tconfirm whether it works or not.
In conditions of arthritis in cattle, they have always found bacteria, such as brucella, mycoplasma, streptoccous, staphylococcus, PPLO, pneumonoccus, erysipelus in the bones of cattle. In humans I found it to be similar. The reason why magnesium works is it kills off the staphyloccus, but alkalization, especially the potassium citrate is likely to kill the others as well as some supporting hydrogen peroxide. Reaching deep into the bones require larger dose and longer time to penetrate deep enough. Long term potassium deficiency and boron can cause these organisms to flourish so it's going to take some time to remove them, especially the mycoplasma. Therefore it's usually immune systems related. Plenty of zinc and copper supplements also help, but it may takes months of the remedy. For more information on pathogen origins of arthritis, go here:
Could you please recommend an average starting dosage for an adult wanting to take the Citric Acid and the Baking Soda. This would be for a generally healthy adult. I will be suggesting this due to cost consideration of disodium EDTA. Also, since your posts regarding herbal remedies for nanobacteria are from 2006 and on, have you found any other herbs that have also proven effective? I'm curious about iodine and Berberine? I would think both of those would offer something.
New Lenox, Illinois
New Lenox, Illinois