Can Borax Soap Cure Diseases?

Borax Cures the Medical Community Will Deny

Borax washing powder is anti-microbial, anti-fungal and may even help alleviate arthritis. It can protect you from fluoride toxicity, help balance hormones and much more.  Who knew?

What is Borax?

Borax is a naturally occurring mineral compound of sodium, boron, oxygen and water. It has a high concentration of boron which helps to boost the immune system, build bones and support brain function. This compound has been used to treat various ailments for over 4000 years. So, how come you’ve never heard about it? The pharmaceutical companies with their powerful affiliations have managed to get Borax banned in many countries including  most European countries.  In other countries, such as China, Turkey, Russia and Japan, it is used to treat health conditions. Here, in the USA, we are still able to buy Borax in the laundry section of a supermarket (just don’t use a scented variety) .  Very few people realize what a goldmine this product actually is.

Uses for Borax

Arthritis (and other inflammatory diseases) – Borax has been successfully used to treat both rheumatoid and osteo arthritis, as well as gout and other inflammatory conditions.

Fluoride Protection – Borax can protect you from fluoride accumulation in the body.  It can remove fluoride  build-up and be used as an antidote to fluoride toxicity.

Anti-Microbial – Borax can kill parasites and other unwelcome microorganisms as well as insects.

Anti-Fungal – It is also an effective fungicide against fungi and moulds both inside the body (i.e. Candida), as well as externally. 

Antiseptic – Borax can be used to treat bladder and urinary tract infections.

Heavy Metal Removal – Yes, this compound can even assist removing heavy metals from the body.

Brain Function – Both short and long term memory, hand-eye coordination and perception can be enhanced using Borax.

How to Use Borax

There are warnings on the Borax box about taking the product internally.  Do not be concerned.  Borax is less toxic than sodium chloride (salt).  There is no “food grade” borax.  The label should read 99% pure.   Borax contains about 11% boron by weight. If you have concerns about using Borax, the key ingredient, boron, can be purchased as a supplement.


Take 1 level teaspoon of Borax and dissolve in a liter of good quality water to make a concentrated solution.  A teaspoon of this mixture will give you about 6 mg of boron.  For health conditions such as arthritis, take 1 teaspoon twice a day with meals.  It is always a good idea to start with a lower dosage and work up gradually to see how your body reacts.


Magnesium is essential for the boron in Borax to be effective (or any boron supplement).  It is suggested you take at least 400 mg of magnesium daily while on this protocol.

Can Borax Help You?

Borax looks to be a very good, alternative therapy for some health conditions.  Do your own research before you make a decision. We are not medical professionals and this is not medical advice.  Always consult your health practitioner.

To your Health!

Peter Gillham

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