Borax Dosage for Infant

Posted by Anonymous (Anonymous) on 11/18/2011

Dear Ted, We have read with great interest your excellent comments about Borax treatments.

Our family is considering using Borax both internally and externally. What we want to know is what is a safe dose of borax for a 24 months old baby to take?

We seem to have all contracted this problem from doing gardening. There is no doubt that we have some type of fungus or parasite and possibly it is Morgellons. With Sincere Thanks.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
11/20/2011
383 posts

I also contracted Morgellon's but was cured by pure lavender oil, mine I think is a synthetic version but is of good quality. I was cured in a few hours after contracting them, so I recognized it before it actually got into my organs. Borax is geared for advanced Morgellon's. but you can try Lavender oil if you want. It helps with skin recovery, but no carrier oil is used, and safe for babies applied lightly on the skin should be ok. As for the original formula for Morgellon's it was to be 3% H2O2 one capful mixed in 1 liter to 1.5 liter of water and used as drinking water, the borax is added to the mix at 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon. The limitations is how much water you can drink will limit the intake automatically so the main concern is concentration. In situations where a person is sensitive, or babies, borax is 1/8 teaspoon in a 1 liter to 1.5 liter of water as a good starting dose. Alkalization is very important, so sodium bicarbonate also helps.

The reason why lavender works is it dissolves some aspect of Morgellon's, such as it kills insects but safe for human use, as same as low dose borax, and it dissolves albeit slowly the fibers, especially in the initial stages, and finally if Lavender oil is wiped on the body, it is a metal chelator. Free metals are needed for Morgellon's growth, such as aluminum and barium, but other metals too. I can't cover too much here, but that is the essence. The concepts of oil pulling are similar, but here we use oils specific to Morgellon's, which I call them "Oil wiping" which is more like getting metals out on skin surfaces, to the area that is infected. And there is the concept of "Pulling oil" which also draws metals out from inside the body instead of circulating ones common in oil pulling. The pulling oil uses a fat emulsifier to draw metals out of the digestive system by granulated (powdered) lecithin, at 1/2 to 1 teaspoon once or twice a day with a cup of water. Of course borax and hydrogen peroxide, and alkalization remains the bulk of my remedies for Morgellon's.

Ted


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