Boric Acid Cure for Bacterial Vaginosis
Boric acid is an extremely effective natural cure for BV, or bacterial vaginosis, when used properly.
A number of factors can offset the balance of the healthy pH of the vagina including menstrual flow, semen, and soap. As the pH becomes alkaline, the natural bacterial environment of the vagina also becomes upset and often results in bacterial vaginosis – an uncomfortable and often embarrassing condition. We, however, have researched a number of methods for treating bacterial vaginosis and discovered that boric acid is one of the most effective methods of treatment.
What Is Boric Acid?
While you may be most familiar with boric acid as a form of poison, boric acid, in essence, is considered an effective antiseptic. As such, it is often used in treating a number of different infectious conditions including bacterial vaginosis.
Does It Really Work?
Bacterial vaginosis is a condition that results from the imbalance in the pH of the vaginal environment, specifically the vagina becomes alkaline. Boric acid is a mildly acidic antiseptic, so when used to cleanse the vagina, the pH level is restored to a more acidic level, which is typical. Treating in this way is an effective option for relieving bacterial vaginosis.
How Do I Use It?
Boric acid is used as an inserted treated. The treatment typically comes in a capsule form and is inserted into the vagina directly. A compounding pharmacist can compound this for you.
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