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reply to post by freebornman
I wouldn't ingest Borax just saying it is used to kill cockroaches and very poisonous.
Well, after reading all 7 pages, looking at links, etc., I'm still confused. When you make up the 1 liter of solution, do you drink the entire liter in one day or just the 1 teaspoon a day? Kind of a big difference in dosage. Glad to have stumbled across this thread. S&F.
As I said in the OP, 5g, or one slightly rounded teaspoon, in one litre of water. Then take between one teaspoon and half an eggcupful daily of this solution. It's not like a one shot tonic boost or anything, it's the regular taking of a tiny amount that gives benefit. Boron is a 'micro-nutrient', and as such we only need tiny quantities of it.
The thing with Boron is it can be absorbed by the skin. If you have a garden, adding some boron to the soil will help the plants uptake it and eating the plants will bring it into the body
The article I linked in the OP is well worth a read through to assess your concerns. Diatomaceous earth is another of these marvellous minerals that can just be dug up and used, that kills insects by sucking the fat out of them causing them to dehydrate to death. I wonder if borax kills bugs the same way, ie not by poisoning.
Bentonite clay is worth a mention on the detox front, it's particularly good on heavy metals like lead and mercury aparrentley.
I'm still a bit unsure about mentioning blogs and other sites on ATS, but Natural News has some good stuff on detoxing, both about borax and bentonite.