Hi folks, I have been looking into ways and means to de-calcify my pineal gland for a while now, and I found this article the other day which has much
interesting info about this.The Borax Conspiracy
Written by Walter Last, it details what borax is, and how it acts in the body. It then tells how the subject of the piece, Dr. Rex Newnham,
developed arthritis, and successfully treated himself with borax. He informed the medical authorities in Perth, W.Aus, but they were not interested.
So he began selling borax pills by word of mouth, and after five years was selling ten thousand bottles a month. At this point, he decided it was
getting too much for him, and so he approached a major pharma company to help. Big mistake. The company saw that these pills sold for pennies and
competed directly with some expensive 'medicine' they already sold. So the company persuaded the government to declare borax to be a poison, and the
doctor was fined $1000 for selling it.
It is quite a lengthy article, and it has masses of info regarding the many complaints which can be treated with this substance including
osteoporosis, male and female sex hormone deficiency, internal and external fungal infections, and more.
So, after reading all this, I thought WOW!! I have so got to get some of this borax, you can after all buy it as a laundry product and from reading
the article, this is perfectly suitable for medical use. Off I trotted to town, and from shop to pharmacy to shop I went, but not a single grain of
borax was to be had. Then, in the last shop I tried, there it was. A green and white box, with BORAX in big red letters across the front. As I picked
it up, I then noticed, in much smaller letters underneath, the word 'substitute'. Further study showed that it was a different substance altogether.
Returning home and studying further, I found that the EU in it's infinite wickedness has banned the sale of borax in public on the grounds of its
toxicity. So, thinks I, just how toxic is this stuff? It seems that in rats, it is roughly half as toxic as common salt.
Anyway, after my apoplexy had subsided a bit, and I felt I had cursed every member of the EU, the ground they walk on and the air they breathe
sufficiently, a quick search revealed that I can buy a Kilo of lab-grade borax online for £3.49 + £2.99 p&p.
To round up, when my lovely big tub of borax arrives, I intend to begin taking small quantities in water, having first read some more about
recommended doses, etc, and I will report any findings as and when. I will just add, to anyone reading this who decides to try it, PLEASE read and
study widely for any contra-indications and possible conflicts with other medicines you may be taking and be careful. And, above all, be well.