How to Put Boric Acid in
How to put boric acid in you are looking for an alternative to antibiotics, ointments or topical creams for a yeast infection, you may want to try using boric acid. This is a mild and safe antifungal that can help restore the pH balance of your vaginal area, replenish the healthy flora in your vagina and decrease symptoms of bacterial vaginosis like fishy odor, itching, discharge, and burning sensations.
How to put boric acid in
The most common use for boric acid is as a fungicide and insecticide. It is a component in some pesticides, insect baits and traps for cockroaches, and it is also used as a fireproofing agent for wood.
Step-by-Step Guide: How to Properly Insert Boric Acid Suppositories
You can use it to repel roaches and other pests from your home by spreading a thin layer of boric acid powder on carpets, compartments and mats where cockroaches usually hide. It works by poisoning the stomachs of these pests and causing their exoskeletons to break down.
How to make your own boric acid capsules
To prepare your own capsules, fill size 0 gelatin capsules with about 600 milligrams of boric acid. Then, place one capsule into the vagina (not into your mouth) and insert it gently as far as you can go.
Then, leave it there for 7 days. It is a very effective treatment for yeast infections and bacterial vaginosis. Talk to your doctor about trying this natural alternative if traditional treatments aren’t working for you.