Dr Willmar Schwabe India Borax
Common name: Borate of Sodium
Causes and symptoms of Borax
- Borax has marked action in treating aphthae ( mouth sores and ulcers). Aphthae in the mouth, on tongue and inside of the cheeks. The mucus membrane of the mouth is much reddened, easily bleeding during eating or when touched prevents child from nursing, with hot mouth.
- The tongue is cracked and bleeding with much salivation. Aphthous sore mouth worse from touch and taking salty or sour food.
- Borax acts on gastro-intestinal irritation leading to Salivation, nausea, vomiting, colic, diarrhea, collapse, albumin in urea. Delirium, hematuria (blood in urine) and skin eruptions have been involved in overdosing in borax veneta. There is dread of downward motion in nearly all complaints in borax veneta.
- Fear with extreme anxiety from Downward motion (elevators, stairs, airplanes ); also in the babies put to bed or being rocked, seasick
-Anxious expression of face during the downward motions, starts and throws up hands on laying patient down, as if afraid of falling.
-Excessively nervous; easily frightened. Sensitive to sudden noises. Violent fright from report of a gun, even at a distance. Fear of thunder
- Better after stool.
- Worse 10 a.m.
- Diarrhea or thin stool + mouth ulcers
- Paleness of mucous membranes.
- Birth-trauma with Late birth.
- Timidity. Do not react.
- Aversion being rocked.
- Descending stairs.
- Pain worse 10 a.m.
- Hair tangles easily, cannot be separated
- Aches, with nausea and trembling of whole body.
- Eyelashes turn inward into eyes.
- Visions of bright waves. Eyelids inflamed, lids cut against eyeball.
- Very sensitive to slightest noise; not so much disturbed by louder ones.
- Herpes about mouth.
- Suffering, anxious expression.
- Pale, earthy, with suffering expression.
- Swollen, with pimples on nose and lips. Feeling of cobwebs.
- ulcers; with heat in mouth; ext. through whole gastrointestinal tract.
- Pain when nursing, in child.
- White fungous like growth. Mouth hot and tender; ulcers bleed on touch and eating. Painful gumboil.
- Red nose, of young women. Red and shining swelling, with throbbing and tensive sensation. Tip swollen and ulcerated.
- Dry crusts.
- Dentition difficult.
- Nausea from riding in a car; seasickness.
- Indigestion after pears; pain from fruit.
- Distention after eating; vomiting. Gastralgia.
- Diarrhea after fruit, smoking; with colic; with oral ulcers
- Sensation of motion of hard body.
- Loose, pappy, offensive stools in children. Diarrhœa, offensive, preceded by colic; stools mucous, with aphthous sore mouth.
- Hot, smarting pain in orifice. Pungent smell. Child afraid to urinate, screams before urinating (Sarsap). Small red particles on diaper.
- Infections in children, painful urging for urination, Shouting before urination as the child knows it will hurt.
- Leucorrhoea transparent, white, albuminous (thick, white, sticky) and like boiled starch. Leucorrhoea feels as if warm water flowing down.
- Menses too soon, profuse, with griping, nausea and pain in stomach extending into small of back. Membranous dysmenorrhoea.
- Herpetic eruptions.
- Sterility, Favors easy conception.
- Vaginismus (vagina sensitive to touch) from pain.
- Menstrual pains.
- Pain in opposite breast when child nurses.
- Empty feeling in breasts after child nurses, with stitches better by compressing, pressure with hand.
- Milk: Cheesy, bad; child refuses milk.
Dosage and rules while taking Borax
Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.
You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.
We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Borax
Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.
If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.
Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.
Terms and Conditions
Homeopathic products have several uses and should be taken on the basis of symptom similarity. Results may vary depending upon the conditions.