A trace element that is naturally present in plant cell walls and available as a dietary supplement
Beneficial effects on such functions as:
-Reproduction and development
-Calcium metabolism
-Bone formation
-Brain function
-Insulin and energy metabolism
-Immunity, and the function of steroid hormones (including vitamin D and estrogen

Effective for:
-Boron Deficiency
A low-boron diet might elevate urinary calcium, lower serum concentrations of estrogen in postmenopausal women and reduce plasma vitamin D levels
-Vulvovaginal candidiasis
-Bone health(Boron might be important for bone growth and formation)