Around 250 pillules in each 10g, amber glass bottle. Expiry date: 5 years.
Borax – Borate of Sodium
The leading characteristic of this remedy is a fear of and aggravation from sudden downwards motion, which appears with nearly all complaints. The Borax patient is nervous, anxious and fidgety, sensitive to sudden noises and afraid of thunder. Picture, for example, a child or baby who becomes fearful when rocked, the sudden downward motion startling them so that they jolt and throw their hands in the air. This child might also be observed starting in their sleep, crying and shrieking out without reason, or becoming frightened when carried down stairs.
With an affinity for the mucous membranes, the Borax patient may display sore and bleeding ulcers of the mouth and tongue. The eyelids may be crusty, sticky, red and very sore. The skin is dry, injuries fester and fail to heal. Mucous discharges are thick, profuse and resemble egg white. There may be a sensation of cobwebs on the hands and face.
- Fear of and aggravation from downwards motion
- Sensitivity to noises, especially sudden noise
- Mucous membranes are affected, with sore and bleeding ulcers and crusty eruptions
- Thick, bland and profuse discharges