Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Borax in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Ineffectual urgency to urinate, with incisive pains in the urethra, and swelling in the lumbar region.
Urgent inclination to urinate.
Frequent emission of urine even in the night.
Acrid fetor of urine.
Soreness in the urethra after micturition, and esp. on being touched, even when not making water.
Chancres studding prepuce.
During pregnancy, swelling, itching, and burning of vagina, with a discharge like gonorrhoea.
Labour pains spasmodic; more in stomach than in uterus; dart upwards, head of child goes back.
Absence of sexual desire.
Erections, with painful tension, on waking in the morning.
Sticking, sore pain, agg. when touched.
Leucorrhoea, corrosive, and thick, like starch.
Stinging and distended feeling in clitoris.
Griping and sometimes stitches in l. mamma, and when child has nursed she is obliged to compress the breast with the hand because it aches from being empty.
Pain in the breasts when suckling.
Flow of milk, which curdles speedily.
Aphthae so tender they prevent child nursing.
Catamenia premature and too copious, of a pale red colour.
During the catamenia, pulsative pains in the head, buzzing in the ears, nausea, with pains in the stomach and in the loins, or shootings and aching in the groin.
Acrid leucorrhoea, appearing for two weeks between catamenia, with swelling of labia and inflamed and discharging Duverney's glands.≡ more ...