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Boric Acid and its sodium salts can be used to control a wide variety of pests, including insects, spiders, mites, algae, molds, fungi, and weeds. Products that contain Boric Acid have been registered for use in the United States since 1948. Boric Acid, one of the common boron compounds, is a natural chemical that has been used for over 100 years as a home remedy to help treat vaginal infections. In its natural form, Boric Acid is a white or colorless powder or crystal, that has both antifungal and antiviral properties. Boric Acid is available over the counter, and can be used for a wide variety of purposes including pest control and removing odors from your fridge.
l How to use Boric Acid to disinfectant antiseptic?
l Is Boric Acid safe to use?
l What is side effect of Boric Acid?
Boric Acid can kill insects if they eat it. Boric Acid disrupts insects’ stomach and can affect nervous system. Boric Acid can also scratch and damage the exterior of insects. Boric Acid and borax, a sodium borate salt, can kill plants by causing them to dry out. Boric Acid stops plants from producing the energy they need from light. Boric Acid can also stop the growth of fungi, such as mold. Boric Acid prevents them from reproducing.
If you’re living with recurrent or chronic yeast infections, Boric Acid may be a treatment worth investigating. Boric Acid has been used to treat vaginal infections for over 100 years.
Not only is Boric Acid antiviral and antifungal, but it also works to treat both Candida albicans and the more resistant Candida glabrata yeast strains. The usual dosage of vaginal Boric Acid is 1 suppository inserted into the vagina once per day, for 3 to 6 days in a row, following your doctor's dosing instructions. Wash your hands before and after inserting a vaginal Boric Acid suppository.
Boric Acid is low in toxicity if eaten or if it contacts skin. Boric Acid is considered safe to use vaginally. But Boric Acid can be toxic if it is swallowed. Never take Boric Acid by mouth, and make sure it is kept out of reach of children and pets. Seek medical attention immediately if you think you or someone in your household has ingested Boric Acid.
Boric Acid should not be used during pregnancy. Before using Boric Acid, talk to your doctor to make sure it is safe for you, and ask about dosing instructions.
Follow all directions on your prescription label of Boric Acid. Do not use Boric Acid in larger or smaller amounts or for longer than recommended.
Do not take a Boric Acid suppository by mouth. Boric Acid is for use only in the vagina. Avoid handling the Boric Acid suppository too long or it will melt in your hands. Boric Acid suppositories are packaged with single-use disposable applicators. Use Boric Acid only with the applicator provided. Do not reuse a disposable applicator. Read all patient information, medication guides, and instruction sheets about how to use Boric Acid.
Although Boric Acid is generally safe for adults to use, minor side effects are possible.
You may experience burning sensation at the site where Boric Acid is used, redness in the vaginal area, watery discharge. If you experience severe discomfort, discontinue to use Boric Acid. See your healthcare provider if your symptoms persist even after ending treatment.
You should not use Boric Acid if you are pregnant, as the ingredients of Boric Acid are toxic to the developing fetus, or you have a scrape or other open wound in the vagina.
Boric Acid can be fatal when taken orally so it should only be used via a vaginal suppository.
In the form of borax, Boric Acid can be corrosive to the eye. Boric Acid can also be irritating to the skin. People who have eaten Boric Acid have had nausea, vomiting, stomach aches, and diarrhea. Diarrhea and vomit may have a blue-green color. Eating extreme amounts of Boric Acid has resulted in a red like skin rash, followed by skin loss. People who breathed in Boric Acid had a dry mouth, nose, and throat. Infants are more sensitive to Boric Acid exposures. Some infants that ate large amounts of Boric Acid also had nervous system effects, including abnormal postures, convulsions, confusion, and coma.
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