How to use borax in glycerine
Sodium tetraborate or borax in the glycerine is a proven antiseptic. The solution is effective for the treatment of thrush, diaper rashes and bedsores, as well as diseases of the throat such as tonsillitis and pharyngitis.
Instruction how to use borax in glycerine
Borax in glycerin is effective in the fight against thrush. The drug prevents the growth of Candida (the causative agent of the disease) and their attachment to the mucosa. Before using sodium tetraborate perform douching decoction of chamomile. Moisten a cotton swab into the specimen and enter it into the vagina for half an hour. In mild cases, only one procedure per day (preferably at bedtime), thrush chronic treatment should be performed twice a day. To prevent recurrence, continue treatment for a week, even if symptoms disappear after a few days.
For the treatment of tonsillitis 4-6 times a day to treat almond brown glycerin. Perform the procedure at least a week. To enhance the effect, 3-4 times a day, rinse your mouth with a solution of salt and sodium tetraborate (a glass of water a teaspoon of salt and a few drops of the drug).
Treat bedsores solution of borax in glycerine. It has an antiseptic effect, prevents the spread of infections and accelerates wound healing. Similarly, lubricate diaper rash in the groin in bedridden patients.
For a long time solution of borax in glycerine was administered for the treatment of thrush in infants, but the drug was subsequently banned for use in pediatric patients. The reason for this is its toxicity. To avoid complications, do not use sodium tetraborate for the oral treatment of a child.
If you experience a burning sensation at the site of borax in glycerine, rinse with running water preparation. If you have anemia, menstrual disorders, muscle twitching of the limbs and face, diarrhea, immediately discontinue use and consult a doctor.