Boric acid, boracic acid, orthoboric acid.
Key Uses:DizzinessEyes that are prone to swelling and conjunctivitisHeadaches accompanied by nauseaHeavy, nauseous feeling in the stomachPutrefying woundsSkin eruptions
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : Used as a mild antiseptic in conventional medicine, boric acid is more commonly utilized in the nuclear industry.
Preparation : Powdered or crystallized boric acid is triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : Low spirits, sighing and weeping, and a state of mental and physical collapse are all indications of the suitability of Boric ac. All parts of the body feel cold, although paradoxically the remedy may be used for menopausal hot flashes.
Typical symptoms treated by Boric ac. include a heavy, nauseous feeling in the stomach, with profuse, cold saliva and a dry, furred tongue and throat. It is also prescribed for headaches accompanied by nausea, for dizziness, and for eyes that are prone to swelling and conjunctivitis, and aggravated by light.
Boric ac. is also taken for its antiseptic properties. It is used to halt putrefaction in wounds, and for skin eruptions that are accompanied by flaking, itching, and hard, red, swollen patches.
Symptoms Better : For walking in open air.
Symptoms Worse : None known.