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Borax - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Borate Of Sodium, Bor.

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HPUS indication of Borax: Nausea
Common symptoms: Nausea, Colic, Diarrhea, Vomiting.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Borax in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



Voluptuous mood (after five weeks),

Very cheerful, lively, affectionate, with desire and liking for all work, in the forenoon (sixth day),

The child cries at intervals very violently, ceases after a few minutes, and is again contented and playful,

Very earnest (after one day),

Low-spirited and peevish (second day),

Very anxious on riding rapidly down a hill, contrary to his custom; he feels as though it would take away his breath (first five weeks),

The child becomes anxious when dancing; if one rocks it in the arms it has an anxious expression of the face during the downward motion (the first three weeks),

Anxiety with rumbling in the bowels (after ten hours),

*Great anxiety, with great sleepiness; the anxiety increased until 11 o'clock in the evening, when the person became dizzy and sleepy, and fell asleep,

Anxiety, with weakness and trembling in the feet, and palpitation (when mesmerizing), (after three days),


both he and she start up at a distant shock,

he starts in all his limbs on hearing an anxious cry (after four weeks),

The baby is frightened at hawking and sneezing,

Dread and fear of contagion,

Irritable during important business (after eight days),

The child is fretful, whines and cries, contrary to its custom (first day),

Very fretful in the afternoon at 4 o'clock, and peevish, although he was in good humor previously; he rebukes people for trifles, for several days (eighth day),

Before the easy stool in the afternoon, fretful, ill-humored, indolent, and discontented; after it, lively, contented with himself and the world, and looking cheerfully into the future (after twenty days),

Violent; he scolds and swears at trifles (first day),

Violent, fretful, ill-humored (first day),

He does not become offended, and is indifferent to things which usually vex him very much (curative action), (fifteenth day),

Pleasure and activity in his business (curative action), (after five weeks),

At times his thoughts vanish (fourth day),

He idles through the afternoon, does not really yet at his work; changes from one business to another, from one room to another; does not keep at one business,

Disinclined to work; he does only what he is obliged to as if by force (the first five weeks),

He is obliged to reflect a long time, until he knows everything that he has done through the day; for a long time he is not certain whether he had been at a place yesterday or to-day (sixth day),

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