You will need
  • - boric acid powder;
  • - water.
For the treatment of various diseases use a solution of boric acid of different concentrations. Thus, conjunctivitis and candidiasis lavage perform 2%-th aqueous solution for dermatitis and eczema - 3%-th. Due to its ability to accumulate in the tissues, boric acid has a prolonged effect on the source of the infection, causing the recovery occurs much faster than when using other antiseptic agents.
Despite the fact that boric acid is soluble in cool water, to prepare the medication it is better to use warm. In this case, the solution is guaranteed not to be undissolved crystals that can harm the inflamed mucous membranes.
Boil a glass of water and cool it to 38-40 degrees.
A teaspoon of boric acid powder (without slides, i.e. about 4-5 grams) slowly pour in warm water. Stir the solution thoroughly until you are sure that the precipitate is fully dissolved.
In the received solution moisten a cotton pad and treat the cavity between the eyeball and the back surface of the eyelid (conjunctivitis).
A teaspoon of boric acid powder (in this case, with a slide, i.e., about 6 grams) pour in a glass of warm water and stir thoroughly until disappearance of the precipitate. For skin diseases make a lotion with the resulting solution.
Long-term use may cause side effects: nausea, headache, rash, disorders of the kidneys, etc. For this reason, the drug is not recommended for patients suffering from nephritis, pregnant women and children. If you do not belong to the above categories and are relatively healthy, still do not apply the mortar over a large surface of the body.