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Really haven’t a clue, Lori. But I have heard some people take time to get used to it.
I wonder if it is cleaning out some strange toxins from your body. Just keep to your regimen, very low dosage a few times a day. Build from there when symptoms seem to be abating. Work up to more dosages, (I use 1tsp four times a day) to see how it goes. Then start increasing the size to possibly a full tsp the times you use it a day.
Best wishes with your journey.
Also check out Walter Last and “The Borax Conspiracy”. It has done wonders for my bones and actually stopped the pain of a tooth root canal that flamed up a year after the work. Took a tsp three times a day for four months. (Each time I stopped for a while, the pain came back. That is why it seemed to take so long. But regardless, I didn’t die, (it is but a mineral we need in to strengthen bones and teeth as children and throughout life.)
Namaste and care,
Surgical Anxiety – It is very common for people to experience anxiety before surgery. This is of course a problem for people needing surgical procedures. Having anxiety before an operation can delay or affect the immediate outcome of a surgical procedure. Sedatives can relieve the surgical anxiety of a person but it may have negative side effects. A study by Salah A. Ismail and colleagues April 2009 edition of “Anesthesia & Analgesia”) shows that patients who have been given melatonin experienced less anxiety and pain during an eye surgery.