Can Borax Kill Bad Bacteria?
I read on the internet that borak can kill microflora good and evil, can borak be used as an alternative drug to kill bacteria to people who have experienced neutrophil toxic granulation due to infection for a long time?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before we explain further, the point that you must hold is that borax must not enter the human body in any form, either as an additional food, especially as medicine. Regardless of whatever the disease.
Borax is an ingredient used for brazing metals, making glassware, pesticides, and cleaning mixtures. So that if consumed, it is clear it will not provide health benefits. When entered in large quantities, can actually cause acute kidney failure that leads to death. Therefore, once again borax may not enter the human body, and there is no literature that states borax may be used as a treatment.
As for the sources you read that borax can kill microflora good and evil, it is because the content is deadly. Let alone microflora, as we said before, borax can even kill you. This will be different with antibiotics, which indeed it selectively only kills bacteria and has been proven not to harm humans through various studies.
In addition, killing a good microflora is not an advantage. Our body still needs certain bacteria to help the digestive process, which is why it is called a 'good' bacteria. If these bacteria are eliminated, the food spoilage process slows down, then becomes a digestive disorder, and can lead to the formation of colon cancer.
So once again, you should undo the intention to make borax as a drug, and turn to the doctor to conduct an examination and determine its treatment. So, hopefully answering your question.