A mineral comprised of sodium, boron, oxygen and water, borax has a history that dates back more than 4000 years. Mined directly from the ground, the prevalence of borax in the diet has waned in recent years as commercial growing of products has increased. An alkaline compound, borax has a pH of 9.3, which is part of what makes it so effective for supporting health.
Additionally, borax contains a high concentration of boron, an essential nutrient in the body. This nutrient supports brain function, boosts the immune system and builds bones.
Sodium borate is also effective for treating a variety of specific ailments. As an anti-inflammatory agent, borax effectively treats arthritis, gout, swollen gums and other inflammatory diseases. Additionally, the substance eliminates infection such as bladder infection, urinary tract infection and others. It has also been used to treat cancer, obesity, high blood pressure, arterial disease and osteoporosis.
- Antimicrobial compound,
- a fungicide,
- detoxifying agent
Technical Grade Sodium Tetraborate