Ailment: Athlete's foot
Borax as a source of boron. Boron deficiency, supplementation, chelation, heavy metals, fluorides, fungicide, anti-microbial. How to use borax both internally and externally.
Comment posted by Jason of Bunbury, WA, Australia on 26 February 2018 at 18:27 4944
I've had athletes foot on my left foot for ten years. Weird how it is on one foot and not the other. Anyway, I wet my foot and then rubbed and massaged about a half teaspoon of borax powder over all the infected, red, cracked, itchy, peeling area. The borax partly dissolved and felt soapy. I then put on a sock, and kept it on overnight. After a week of doing this every evening, my foot is dramatically better almost completely healed it seems. However, I will keep it up once a week for several months because I know this fungus is deep in the skin and around the nails.
Comment posted by Patterson of Perth , Western Australia , Australia on 27 October 2016 at 20:17 4331
Five years ago I had really bad tinea athletes foot. I read an article called The Borax Conspiracy and it stated that borax was a natural remedy for fungal infections so I gave it a go. I wet between my infected toes and then poured on Borax powder straight out of the package then put my socks on whether I was going to bed or going to work. Result no more tinea athletes foot in the past 5 years.
Comment posted by Karl of New York, NY, USA on 11 July 2012 at 17:19 696
I've had smelly and itchy feet for years, and none if the creams and powders I've tried have really nailed it. My girlfriend told me about borax. Finally she bought a box for me. After a shower while my feet were still wet I took a handful and rubbed it into my feet and toes. Instant relief! I have done it a few more times over the last few weeks and it looks like it is clear. PS I put a little borax powder in all my shoes esp. sports shoes too.