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| Modified on May 17, 2022
ACV, Lemon Juice, Baking Soda +
Posted by Karrie (Birmingham, UK) on 05/16/2022 2 posts

Hello, I'm new to this site but already find it incredibly useful! When I read people's advice on remedies we can use for different ailments, one thing I'm wondering is: how many of these can I add together? Say, someone is recommending apple cider vinegar for acne. Someone else is recommending lemon juice, someone else - baking soda and someone else - coconut oil and yet someone else - honey. What if I take all 5 ingredients and mix them all together to use as one face wash/tonic? Will the effectiveness of each ingredient still be there or do I run the risk of some of them cancelling each other out.. or at least reducing each other's effectiveness? Moreover, is there a risk of this mix being damaging to my face instead of beneficial?

Thank you!

EC: Hi Karrie,

We have put your post on a page where people ask about all sorts of remedy combinations. See if something there can help you:

Borax, Magnesium, Ascorbic Acid
Posted by Mary (Arizona) on 01/07/2022 5 posts

HI! Please answer a question for me. I want to put Borax, magnesium and ascorbic acid in one liter of H20 and drink through out the day. Is this OK. My question is will those supplements interact or will it be fine.



Borax, Lugol's Iodine
Posted by Emmental (SE Asia) on 11/10/2021
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I am aware of the protocol of using a little bit of borax in a liter of water and drinking it throughout the day. But this is impractical for me for various reasons so I am taking borax in a different way.

I prepare my drinking water in a 6 liter jug. I add Lugols iodine to this, and some borax. Shake the bottle well. And this is what I drink with my meals and in between meals.

So, I wonder if this will still get me the benefits of both Lugols and borax. What I don't know, is does the iodine chemically react with the borax to render it useless for health? And vice versa?

Maybe someone who knows a bit about chemistry could respond.


Apple Cider Vinegar, Borax
Posted by Sue (IL) on 10/13/2021

Would it be ok to add ACV to my daily dosage when I am currently taking Borax? I'm hoping to take the ACV too to help some other issues like nail fungus.

Apple Cider Vinegar, H2O2
Posted by Peter (Melbourne, Australia.) on 08/11/2021

Sorry folks I'll have to rephrase my post, I don't mean putting the H2O2 drops in the ACV I just meant drinking ACV while I am on the HP. thanks.

Apple Cider Vinegar, H2O2
Posted by Peter (Melbourne, Australia) on 08/10/2021

Hi all, I have just started taking H2O2 (2nd week), my question is, can I also drink ACV at the same time or will one upset the other? thanks in advance, Peter.

EC: See the thread we put your question on for an old post from Ted on the subject.

Sodium Thiosulfate
Posted by J. (Florida) on 05/06/2021

Bill, thank you for sharing your insights. Regarding hydrogen peroxide and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), have you had any experience with taking Chinese herbal formulas within the six-hour time frame after taking hydrogen peroxide, and, if so, could you please share your insights on that topic? Also, regarding taking Vitamin C before taking hydrogen peroxide, could you please share your insights about the time frame that the Vitamin C is in the body before being excreted?



Hydrogen Peroxide, Chinese Herbal Formulas
Posted by J. (Florida) on 05/05/2021

Food-grade hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and Chinese herbal formulas of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM

These questions relate to food-grade hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and Chinese herbal formulas of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

(1) Does anyone have any insights regarding whether taking food-grade hydrogen peroxide—whether via inhalation, ingestion, placement in the ears, spraying in the nose, bathing, topical application, or any other means of delivery—with any of the following Chinese herbal formulas—or with any of the below listed ingredients of those Chinese herbal formulas—would result in the canceling of any beneficial effects of either the hydrogen peroxide or the Chinese herbals?

(2) Does anyone have any insights regarding whether taking food-grade hydrogen peroxide with any of the following Chinese herbal formulas—or with any of the below listed ingredients of those Chinese herbal formulas—is contraindicated due to negative effects as a result of the combinations?

(3) If food-grade hydrogen peroxide and the below Chinese herbal formulas—or any of the below listed ingredients of those Chinese herbal formulas—should be taken separately instead of in combination, does anyone have any insights regarding how many minutes, hours, days, etc. should there be after one takes the hydrogen peroxide before one takes the Chinese herbals?

(4) As with the previous question—but with the sequence reversed—does anyone have any insights regarding how many minutes, hours, days, etc. should there be after one takes the Chinese herbals and before one takes the food-grade hydrogen peroxide?

(I am asking both the third and fourth questions to account for the possibility that the effects of the hydrogen peroxide and each specific Chinese herbal formula occur over different lengths of time.)

For reference, the Chinese herbal formulas are from Shen Herb, Inc. The website of the company is

Chinese herbal formula: Gan Mao Ling
Ilex Radix (also known as Ilex root)
Evodiae Folium (also known as Evodia Leaf)
Viticus Folium (also known as Vitex Leaf)
Chrysanthemum Flos (also known as Chrysanthemum Flower)
Isatidis Radix (also known as Woad Root or Ban Lan Gen)
Lonicerae Flos (also known as Honeysuckle Flower)
Menthe Folium (also known as Mint Leaf)

Chinese herbal formula: Zong Gao Ling
Radix Puerariae (also known as Kudzu Root or Ge Gen)
Radix Illicus Pubescentis (also known as Hairy Holly Root or Mao Tung Ching)
Herba Verbenae (also known as Vervain Plant of Ma Pien Tsao)
Radix Isatidis (also known as Woad Root or Ban Lan Gen)
Herba Artemisae (also known as Wormwood Plant or Qing Hao)
Gypsum Fibrosum (also known as Gypsum or Shi Gao)

Chinese herbal formula: Dr. Shen's Allergy
Angelica Dahurica (also known as Bai Zhi)
Magnolia Flos (also known as Xin Ye Hua)
Anemarrhena (also known as Zhi Mu)
Centepeda Herba (also known as Shi Hu Sui)
Agastach Pogostemi (also known as Huo Xiang)
Liquidambar Fructus (also known as Lu Lu Tong)
Xanthium Fr. (also known as Cang Er Zi)
Cassia Torre (also known as Ju Ming Zi)
Herna Mentha (also known as Bo He)
Ledebouriella Rx. (also known as Fang Feng)
Herba Schizonepeta (also known as Jing Jie)
Cortex Mori (also known as Sang Bai Pi)
Cortex Moutan Radicis (also known as Mu Dan Pi)

On the below webpages, I tried to find information related to the combining of hydrogen peroxide and Chinese herbal formulas.

Because I didn't find anything on those webpages, I thought that I would ask in case Bill from San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines, or anyone else might have some insights regarding this matter.



DE, ACV, Baking Soda, Borax
Posted by Dennis Moore (Washington) on 02/16/2021

I have a question, if one is taking Diatomaceous Earth and would also like to also do Apple Cider Vinegar and Baking Soda, or say Borax or peroxide, which are all added to water to consume, can any of these be combined to take as one instead of doing two, three, or four drinks?

Diatomaceous Earth and Borax
Posted by Raindear (Pahrump, Nv) on 01/28/2021

Can I use DE and Borax together? Maybe 1/4 tsp Borax in first liter of water of the day, and DE in second?

Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Anon (Usa) on 08/15/2018

As far as I can tell that should be fine as the borax is not organic material per say, and should not cancel out the peroxide.

Borax, Hydrogen Peroxide
Posted by Candy (Fort Madison ) on 08/14/2018

Is it alright to mix my teaspoon of borax solution (1teaspoon borax mixed with 1litre water) with my glass of water that has food grade peroxide drops?

Turpentine, Borax, Peroxide, Sodium Bicarb
Posted by Jeff (Il) on 02/23/2018 1 posts

Hi, I have candida, food sensitivities, and adrenal fatigue. In regards to the candida options, turpentine/castor oil, Hydrogen Peroxide, Borax, and Sodium bicarbonate, can I do all four at once or should each protocol be done on its own? If all four can be done, can the protocols be done at the same time as in, can I take all four at the same time. If not, what is the opinion on which is the most effective?

I have severe brain fog and short term memory issues. Plus, I have lost a lot of muscle. I've had this issue for years and finally broke away from conventional medicine which is nothing but a pharmaceutical promoting institution.

Thank you!

Iodine and Coconut Oil
Posted by Dorrie K. (Ireland) on 02/02/2018

Can you mix a few drops of iodine with organic coconut vinegar for thyroid problems

Apple Cider Vinegar Combinations
Posted by Rachel (California) on 05/04/2017

Hi, this is an old post, but I'm wondering how this has worked for you - any problems or successes?

I'd also be curious if any one else is mixing and using the above formula or even just the ACV, Baking Soda and Molasses mix? I see a lot of posts using two of these ingredients together, but not all three.

Apple Cider Vinegar Combinations
Posted by Joann Ford (Panama City Beach) on 08/13/2016

Try adding more baking soda to neutralize the ACV.

Apple Cider Vinegar, Baking Soda, H2O2
Posted by Stu Hannah (Nj) on 07/25/2016

Thank you for this. I was wondering what would happen if I combined the ACV with H2O2 also.

Fulvic Acid Combination
Posted by Kirankumar (Hollywood, Florida, Usa) on 05/28/2015
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I like to know pre and post blood reports of this experiments (eg combining inorganic chemical and their of colloidal or ionic nature.) Life is very precious and non-life things are not precious when life/death situation viewed in true sense!

Please be careful and help yourself when taking drastic steps to play with life! God bless you all.

I love you all for any type of comments participant; regardless of level of intelligence and age.

If you discuss MRI with PET CT or Immunochemistry with me then I will have more pleasure of you.

Kiran kumar USA

Borax, Sodium Thiosulfate
Posted by Coup (Usa) on 05/23/2015

Have you found out if you can used sodium thiosulfate and Borax together ?

ACV, Coconut Oil, Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 01/04/2015

Siow, you can take it all together.

ACV, Coconut Oil, Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Siow (Singapore) on 01/04/2015

hi, do you take apple cider vinegar, blackstrap molasses and coconut oil together with warm water or you take each individual? Thanks

Apple Cider Vinegar Combinations
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 10/31/2014

Lbb, I sometimes make a drink like that. No problem as long as you don't go to any extremes with any ingredient.

Apple Cider Vinegar Combinations
Posted by Lbb (Dubai) on 10/31/2014

ACV, Turmeric, Blackstrap Molasses, Black Pepper, Baking Soda, Coconut Oil Combination: Can I combine all these ingredients in a drink? In warm or room temperature water?

Apple Cider Vinegar, Bamboo Salt
Posted by Prabakaran (Malaysia) on 03/13/2014

hai, I am taking my regular CAV, now someone suggested Korean Bamboo salt. I read the benefits, and its amazing results. Can I consume both? kindly advice. rgd, karan MALAYSIA

Home Remedy Combinations
Posted by Anna (Melbourne, Australia) on 02/19/2014

Hi, I'm starting to take H2O2 protocol for my herpes, but I can't stand the taste, at the moment I'm drinking it down while sucking on lollies which I know is bad for herpes, but that's the only way for me to hold the drinks down. The few times I didn't do it, I always gag and threw up. Is there something else I can keep in my mouth while drinking it? Is blackstrap molasses and H2O2 alright to be mixed together? Thank you.

ACV, Borax, H202, Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Gibsonj45 (Cookeville Tn.) on 01/11/2014

I would like to know about blending a number of these remedies for example: acv & borax & h2o2 & molasses ect, ect. Might there be----unpleasant results??

ACV, Blackstrap Molasses, Grapefruit Juice
Posted by Timh (Ky, Usa) on 12/12/2013 2077 posts

Wendy: Grapefruit is notorious for antagonizing detoxification pathways in the body, and is thus contraindicated during the use of many kinds of pharm meds. The joint issues are many times a result of some type infection or pathogen. The supplementation of Borax was found to eliminate the painful joints of those infected. Glucosamine & Chondroitin help rebuild the joints.

ACV, Blackstrap Molasses, Grapefruit Juice
Posted by Wendy (New Jersey) on 12/11/2013
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I've been taking molasses and ACV w/ 1 cup of grapefruit juice in the morning, then ACV and grapefruit juice before I eat a meal.

The nodes on my hands have nearly disappeared but now I have pain I my hips and my knees. It seems to be more from a swelling that appears behind my kneecaps and not in the joints. I'm unsure of the hip pain. I've never had pain in these places before and now I'm worried I harmed myself with drinking these combinations. Can anybody help me with suggestions?

Apple Cider Vinegar, Blackstrap Molasses
Posted by Ar (London) on 10/26/2013

Hello There,

I have gone through the discussions in your website, relate to ACV and Blackstrap Molasses. I did see the reviews that it's a brilliant tip.

But I couldn't see the actual combination of for ACV and BSM. Can you please share the link which has actual recipes please or please suggest the proportions. Thanks, Archana