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What Kind of Borax Does Ted Use?

Posted by Shawna on 07/10/2008

Ted, I read your Vitiligo cure on Earth Clinic. Could you please tell me exactly what kind of borax you use. The only one I could find was the laundry booster. Thank you so much, Shawna

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

A vitiligo is often a fungus attacking the skin pigmentation. However some other people have a much severe form of this condition. A borax may help and the kind of borax is 20 mule team borax maybe use as it is 100% borax. However, for external use, most borax detergents solution is applied on the skin. However, I have also tested with hydrogen peroxide 3% to help reduce vitiligo too and works, but requires about a week or two to work. But in a more serious condition I have recently resorted to using a 20% ammonium chloride solution applied to the skin that is not rinsed and do that for a couple of days to notice some improvement. Vitiligo has other underlying conditions which leads to this condition too such as peanut, peanut butter, excess vegetable oil consumption, mushrooms, and excess sugar are the primary problems. Some people who have this may have blood sugar problems, and the blood sugar may to increase immunity needs a supplement of chromium picolinate, 1000 mcg.

It should be noted that vitiligo to repigment that adding plenty of black pepper (pure black pepper) to foods or as a supplements will help greatly on the repigmentation. It's taken twice a day added to food, generously, as black pepper contains piperine.


Replied by Lou
Tyler, Tx

There is a Bioperine supplement out there on the Internet (piperine). Also, black peppercorns in a grinder is probably better than just pepper (from what I've read).

Replied by Lou
Tyler, Tx

I read a book last week called Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight. The author believes that wheat is the cause of vitiligo, thyroid disease, high cholesterol, arthritis and many more ailments that are mysterious. Great book!!! Very informative. I recommend it highly. Also, Google Celiac's disease and connection to vitiligo. This is a big find!!!

Replied by Lou
Tyler, Tx

Search on Gray hair cure? There was an article on the Internet today by Marc Lallanilla, Live Science which states vitiligo and gray hair are caused by an excess of hydrogen peroxide. Catalase neutralizes the hydrogen peroxide. There is a cure now--a topical treatment called PC-KUS. I'm not sure when it will be available. The article did not state that.

Replied by Jens
Vancouver Bc

The excess in hydrogen peroxide in greying hair may be the bodies attempt to attack fungus in the hair follicles. Catalase is a control agent for O1 and will combine with another O1. This is like a pair of magnets wrapped in cloth...........they still combine but are easier to separate later and can then be transported safely to the cellular or wound destination. Most of our cells are trying to make O1 from O2, except for eye cells and nerve cells. Our mitochondria use O1 to perform at the highest (healthy) level and ferment at the lowest (unhealthy) yeast, fungus level. Cholesterol buildup would also be a low oxygen (acidic) related as the body tries to protect itself.........blamed for much but actually an innocent bystander being a good Samaritan.

Injecting a H2O2 or ozone treatment was thought that it would cause an doesn't. It has worked miracles.

Ingesting H2O2 (drops of 35%, food grade) has personally been of great benefit.

The most dramatic effects have been:

Allergic symptoms gone or greatly reduced. Healing of wounds quickly. Less brain fog. Good medical test results. No longer prone to Pneumonia and Bronchitis. Toxins eliminated rapidly after eating over processed food.