Vaginal Suppository Treatments with Boric Acid

by Eric Bakker N.D. on July 22, 2013

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Some people get concerned when I talk about an acid when it comes to vaginal treatment, thinking that it will burn and cause a lot of pain, but this is untrue. It is important to remember that vinegar and lemon juice are kinds acid too and are equally safe to use.

Boric acid is a safe and non-toxic white crystalline powder that has anti-fungal and anti-bacterial qualities and is available without a prescription. It is has many different applications and is a very effective insecticide as well, mix it with oil and it will attract ants and roaches that will die after eating it. A good remedy for oral thrush in infants is the homeopathic remedy Borax 6 c.

Boric Acid Vaginal Suppository Treatment is particularly effective for stubborn and resistant cases of vaginal yeast infection when used in conjunction with the two phase Build and Kill stages you just read before.

How to Make Boric Acid Vaginal Suppositories

It is really easy to make your own boric acid suppositories, just get some 00 gelatin capsules and fill them with boric acid, about 500 to 600 mg. You can get boric acid and the gelatin or cellulose two-piece capsules from your chemist (drug store) or good health-food shop.

Make a lot of them up at once because they will keep for a very long time if stored dry and cool for at least a year. When you store them, place them in a container (use an old vitamin container) and drop in a sachet or two of those little packets of silicon which will help to keep your caps free of moisture and potentially harden up over time. Don’t keep in the refrigerator.

Treatment Method

Insert one capsule at bedtime for a seven to ten day period. Alternate with lactobacillus acidophilus treatment in the day and boric acid at night. For recurring and stubborn cases treat for 30 days straight and after the month treat two days out of seven for even up to one year. Best results in the impossible cases are when you alternate this treatment with the GSE treatment, AND use the two-phase protocol outlined above. Treat even during your period, but stop on the few days when your flow is the heaviest.

Caution: Avoid these kinds of treatments if you are pregnant. Like GSE, keep boric acid away from children.

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