Eliminate Underarm Body Odor
Many of us actually believe that underarm perspiration is supposed to have an odor. Not so. This odor is due to a candida yeast buildup in the body.
After 40 years of living with the odor-causing bacteria, it was my wife who finally found the product that allows the underarm to perspire and remove toxins, yet destroys the bacteria which causes any odor. Enough said. It works, and I share this product with you. Always use after showering or bathing.
Simply put organic, white vinegar (sold in a glass bottle not the plastic container) on a cotton ball and wipe under each underarm thoroughly....after bathing. It is inexpensive and works to destroy underarm odor causing bacteria immediately. It is better than any underarm deodorant produced. It works and after regular vinegar rinsing, it will only be necessary to rinse occasionally. Do not use apple cider vinegar because it doesn't have the same effect. Just the organic, white vinegar from a glass container. And that is the secret.
You may put the vinegar in a smaller glass bottle and then add some fragrant essential oil such as lavender if you wish. Then just cotton swab after bathing.
You may also wish to remove the candida buildup that is also causing a wide variety of harmful symptoms in the body. You'll find the instructions at this link: http://draxe.com/candida-symptoms/
and remember, foods which create the buildup and feed the candida yeast contain: brown/white sugar, sweeteners, honey, any and all white/brown flour products (donuts, cookies, cakes, breads, pastas), and sweet fruits such as bananas, dates, raisins.
Follow up with daily intake of high potency Probiotic tablets. This will replenish your good bacteria in the intestinal tract which are so necessary for good digestion and fighting disease.
Tips to consider:
Avoid 'antiperspirants" as they clog the underarm pores with minute aluminum compounds.
Preventing perspiration by clogging underarm pores is not recommended. Why would we wish to stop the process of perspiring? Perspiring is one of the body's way of eliminating toxins and minute amounts of urea, salt, sugar and ammonia.
Antiperspirant Active Ingredients (avoid these products at all costs)
* Products of soap, shampoo, deodorant containing "alum"
* Aluminum Chloride
- Aluminum Chlorohydrate
- Aluminum Chlorohydrex Polyethylene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Chlorohydrex Propylene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Dichlorohydrate
- Aluminum Dichlorohydrex Polyethylene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Dichlorohydrex Propylene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Sesquichlorohydrate
- Aluminum Sesquichlorohydrex Polyethlene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Sesquichlorohydrex Propylene Glycol Complex
- Aluminum Sulfate Buffered
- Aluminum Zirconium Octachlorohydrate
- Aluminum Zirconium Octachlorohydrex Glycine Complex
- Aluminum Zirconium Pentachlorohydrate
- Aluminum Zirconium Pentachlorohydrex Glycine Complex
- Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrate
- Aluminum Zirconium Tetrachlorohydrex Glycine Complex
- Aluminum Zirconium Trichlorhydrate
- Aluminum Zirconium Trichlorohydrex Glycine Complex
- Aluminum Zirconium Trichlorohydrex Glycine Complex
- Aluminum Sulfate Buffered With Sodium Aluminum Lactate
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