These spoons help you accurately measure out your minerals, vitamins or any other powders you may be using.
Borax powder should not be used internally, but is a key mineral that our body needs. It can be used as a soak and is found in creams, lotions, shampoos, gels, bath salts, and bath bombs. It is an emulsifier, preservative, cleansing agent, and a buffering agent. Commonly used in bath salts, borax has the ability to soften the water, and suspend soap particles in the bathwater. The result is soft, clean, and healthy skin, which is not clogged by the residue of soap particles. When used in collaboration with citric acid in bath bomb or bath salt recipes, the product will produce a fizzing action. It also forms bath or body gel, when mixed with water and guar gum. Technical Granular 99.90% Disodium tetraborate decahydrate Not to be taken Internally.
This is a great way to support your detox - by putting Castor Oil on a warm pack and applying it to your skin, over your liver or abdomen, or any area that requires support. For a cheap way to do this, use old cotton or flannel fabric, and cover with plastic. This kit is not expensive and does the trick. There are more expensive packs out there, but this one works for me for now. Always use a high quality castor oil to ensure that your detox is safe