|5 star (7)||100%|
Tammy (Tallahassee) on 10/24/2022:
Terry (Memphis, Tn) on 03/12/2011:
Becky From Ohio (Ashtabula, Ohio, Usa) on 12/31/2010:
So, I did try the borax for arthritis pain. Reluctantly at first, but I was quite desperate. I have had GREAT results, and NO bad reactions. Within a few days my knee pain (I'm calling it arthritis, but I'm not sure what was all going on in my knees)was greatly improved. It felt like cement breaking up in my knees. I am still using the borax (along with ACV) most days. I take a break from it every once in a while. If I go too long the "cement" and pain in the knees comes back and I start back on the borax and it clears right up. I suggest it to so many people I know that sound like it might help- but so far no one will try it. They just can't get over it not being made for human consumption. Such a shame. I was very close to having to go to an orthopedic surgeon before I tried the borax. I highly recommend it!
Robin (Chicago, Il) on 07/30/2010:
Stephanie (Rancho Cucamonga, Ca) on 08/29/2009:
Willie (Lauderdale Lakes, Fl) on 09/17/2008:
Ingredients: 100% Borax, a naturally occurring mineral composed of sodium, boron, oxygen and water. That's it!
What Is Borax? Borax, or sodium borate, is a naturally occurring alkaline mineral first discovered over 4000 years ago. It is found in large quantities in the Western United States as well as in the Tibet area of China.
Note: I googled the above information.
Dee (Lafayette, LA) on 10/02/2007: