So as an anesthesia provider using Isoflurane, Desflurane, and Sevofluane, how much Iodine and Borax would you recommend to off set the dangers of administering these gases all day? There are scavenging systems in the OR that do 6 gas exchanges an hour to the outside air so that there is little risk for the OR staff but still I want to be sure. I just recently started using Boron 3mg per day and I'm up to 50 SSKI 2% per day with the added supplements. Should I take a large amount of Boron per day to offset exposure to fluoride? Oh I will wear a mask at ALL TIMES by the way.
How much Boron is in 1/8 teaspoon of Borax? If I have a bottle of chelated Boron which is 3mg per pill, how much would you recommend? I also have terrible joint and muscle pain so I would like to help rid my body of that as well.
Depends on the size of the spoon. But around 40-60 mg, if a level teaspoon.
An easier way to measure is to fill a 00 sized capsule half full, that would give approx 40-50 mg. Take it with vit C, somehow they work well together. You will need at least this amount to get rid of major joint and muscle pain.
The chelated boron is probably made from borax, most boron supplements are.
10 pills would give some boron, but check them for other ingredients, like magnesiums stearate, calcium phosphate.
I always choose the purest form of supplements, the amino acids you can always take along side with it (chelation)
Others here take tri-boron, but I am not familiar with it.
I have been getting what I think is a crazy Herx from Borax. I took Borax for one week and then switched to the 3mg Boron tabs and took 3/day for a week. I have horrible sinus pressure, dizziness, muscle pain, and really bad nausea. Is this normal? Did you experience this when you started supplementing with Boron/Borax? I also do 2 drops of SSKI 2% with plenty of salt, VItamin C, etc.