1. Barbara Vaught Filgis Massung
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:44 am

    Where do you buy this?

  2. Veena Kumari Singh
    December 27, 2013 @ 10:44 am


  3. zena3546@aol.com' Debbie Daniel
    February 18, 2016 @ 2:35 am

    Does this apply to dogs also?

  4. jlhouse70@yahoo.com' Jodey
    May 23, 2016 @ 5:08 pm

    We always thought Arthritis was just passed down through genes. Although if the family lives in the same place and has close to the same traditional diet, then it would make sense that other family members would have Arthritis. What ever the case may be it sounds like boron deficiencies is the link. Love this information.

  5. Mbonit@verizon.net' Monica
    February 16, 2017 @ 7:41 pm

    Hi Michelle. I really enjoy your articles, especially this one on Boron, since I have quite a bit of pain from osteoarthritis. I have heard of this treatment before and I plan to start drinking the “Boron water”. My question is can I add lemon or even apple cider vinegar to this same water, since this is how I usually drink my water during the day? Would adding these foods affect the potency or effectiveness of the Boron water?
    Thank you very much.

  6. rls795@hotmail.com' Rita
    March 8, 2017 @ 7:50 am

    Read your article on Boron. My husband has RA and other Arthritis and always willing to try anything . Just started about 8 days ago . He taking 18 mg. a day. Within 4-5 days he is seeing improvement with the ringing in his ears ( tinnitus). He’s very excited about that hopefully will see other improvements as time goes by . (He says its too soon to say ) His hand pain comes and goes so we’ll see how it goes from here. We’ll keep you posted!

  7. roaldsmits@hotmail.com' Rowie
    December 21, 2017 @ 12:07 pm

    Hi, why is there no mention of certain types of healthy foods that contain boron? I started to eat 200 grams of raisins every day, and that contains about 6 mg of boron. Also Avocado, and quite a few others have boron as well. 6 mg a day is adequate for me, plus the raisins are full of incredible other healthy minerals and micronutrients. And the beauty is raisins are not bad for your teeth, in fact they kill bad bacteria in the mouth and heal gingivitus and receding gums.

  8. Online Holistic Health
    December 23, 2017 @ 11:15 am

    Hi Rowie! Great question! This particular article was about the lack of boron in our soil due to over farming and the natural source of boron that the FDA decided to warn people against…borax. Though it is an interesting fact that foods that do contain trace amounts of boron (as you mentioned) contain far less today than from the past. But I have to admit, I love raisins too!

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