Anti-vaxxers who were forced to get shots are taking ‘borax’ baths in futile attempt to undo it

<p>Anti-vaxxers are trying to “reverse” the vaccine. </p>

Anti-vaxxers are trying to “reverse” the vaccine.

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Anti-vaxxers who were forced to get the Covid-19 vaccine are taking measures to “undo” its effects, including bathing in borax.

In a now-deleted TikTok that gained hundreds of thousands of views, an osteopathic physician named Dr. Carrie Madej listed ingredients for a bath she claimed will “detox the vaxx” for those who obtained a Covid-19 vaccine under the mandate.

Among the ingredients listed are baking soda, epsom salts, bentonite clay, and borax. In the video, Madej falsely claims the baking soda and epsom salts will detox any “radiation” in the vaccine. Bentonite clay will extract the “poison.” She then recommends adding a cup of borax, as the substance will “take nanotechnologies out of you.”

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Borax is a cleaning agent commonly used for treating mold and mildew. It was banned in the United States as a food additive, and was banned in the EU for having potential negative impacts on reproductive health. The substance can be harmful to the skin and eyes.

Madej mad headlines this month for claiming she saw a “self-aware organism point at her from a sterile Covid-19 vaccine sample.”

Her TikTok account can no longer be found on the social media platform.

The TikTok is one of several made by anti-vaxxers in recent weeks. Various social media platforms and forums are abuzz with phony miracle cures for those who were mandated to get the vaccine. Scientists, researchers, and the CDC are adamant that the vaccine does not cause “radiation” or carry “nanotechnologies.”

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