Oddly, since posting some articles on the use of boric acid, boric acid has become increasingly difficult to obtain and much more expensive, as well.
Consequently, I’ve had to find other solutions. Happily, turmeric appeared on my radar, so I decided to try it. After all, if works on the intestinal level, then it should work topically, too – and it works brilliantly.
Mix ground turmeric and coconut oil into a paste and apply to affected skin areas. Massage into the pores, using a circular motion, for about 10 minutes. Then wipe off with a warm, wet flannel. For even better results, sprinkle sodium bicarbonate onto the cloth before wiping.
You should find that this mixture disintegrates biofilm, causing it to rub off harmlessly.
Turmeric also has this debriding effect internally. So, I make up a batch of turmeric vinegar, which is just turmeric steeped in either kombucha or unpasteurised apple cider vinegar, and imbibe 3 tablespoons of it three times per day. Rule of thumb: 1 part rurmeric to 5 parts cider vinegar. Add garlic and freshly ground cloves for extra effect.
If you also imbibe a few tablespoons of diatomaceous earth in distilled water, twice per day, before meals, it has the effect of sluicing out the crud that the turmeric has loosened from the walls of the intestines and digestive organs.