A Suitable Reason Not to Use Deodorants When It Comes to the Treatment of Body Odor


A Suitable Reason Not to Use Deodorants When It Comes to the Treatment of Body Odor

Most people are not aware of why they sweat.

Antiperspirants and perfumes have become so much part of our lives that we rarely think about why we need them or whether we need them.

It may even be more important to find out if they can be harmful.

Deodorants and antiperspirants have been invented because more and more people have begun to sweat abnormally and develop body odor.

Today it appears to be the normal thing to do to give the underarms a spray in the morning and forget about this “nuisance” for the rest of the day.

But sweating is not a nuisance; it is the body’s natural way of ridding itself of certain waste products and keeping itself cool.

Like the bowels, liver, urinary system, and lungs, our sweat glands are also meant to help keep the body clean.

Why else would we have them?

Making your body sweat once a day even for a few minutes is a good way to stay healthy.

Conversely, clogging up the skin’s pores with chemicals (makeup, beauty creams, sunblock, and antiperspirants) harms the skin.

Trying to prevent the sweat glands from releasing bodily waste is rather like trying to run a car while blocking its exhaust pipe.

Many people today feel they need chemical products to control their body odor.

This is because other eliminative organs, such as the colon, liver, lungs, and kidneys, are badly congested, which causes the body to dump some of the excess toxic waste into the skin.

The chemical products block its excretion through the skin, which may please the nose,

But causes a steady buildup of toxins in the skin and the underlying connective tissues;

It also increases bacterial development and the risk of skin diseases and even skin cancer.

Body odor is not caused by sweat.

  • Sweat is just an odourless fluid consisting of 99 percent water.
  • Normal sweat evaporates from the skin very quickly and leaves no unpleasant odor behind.
  • Bad smell under the armpits or on the skin occurs only when bacteria are required to eliminate excessive sweat that cannot be removed by fresh air.
  • There can be as many as ½ million bacteria occupying a square inch.
  • In addition, when there are excessive amounts of toxins that need to be digested by bacteria, a strong, putrid smell occurs.
  • Destructive microbes naturally produce bad-smelling gases while digesting waste.
  • The odor on the skin may be a sign of constipation accompanied by poor breath.
  • It also indicates the poor performance of the liver and kidneys.
  • The body is crying out for help as toxins are “bursting at the seams.”
  • But instead of reading the body’s symptoms as a sign of imbalance and taking care of it, most people merely search for ways to shut down the symptoms.
  • If body odor occurs only occasionally, it may be due to indigestion or chemicals in foods.

To combat the bacteria we use deodorants, and to tackle the amount of wetness we apply antiperspirants.

Deodorants contain germicides that kill the microbes and, as is the case with most brands, a synthetic perfume to mask the smell of the germicide.

The two most common active ingredients in commercial deodorants/antiperspirants are chlorohydrate and aluminium zirconium chloralhydrate.

These chemicals react with the protein contained in the sweat and form a gel that can partially block the sweat glands from excreting liquid.

There is increasing evidence that people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease have large amounts of aluminium in their bodies.

Fruits and vegetables naturally synthesize aluminium.

This organic, ionic mineral is not only harmless but also essential for the human body.

By contrast, synthetically derived aluminium is highly toxic.

The argument by the industry that aluminium can be found almost everywhere in nature is highly misleading because these two types of aluminium have opposite effects on the body.

The same applies, of course, to almost all minerals and trace elements, including gold, silver, lead, and even arsenic.

In their ionic, angstrom-size state (processed by plants), these substances are essential for our bodies, but when taken in their inorganic, metallic forms they can lead to serious poisoning and numerous disorders.

Antiperspirants and deodorants are packed with heavy metals and poisonous chemicals.

By applying them to your skin they enter the blood and end up accumulating in the liver, kidneys, breast, and brain tissue.

These products may not be as damaging to the brain and other parts of the body if all other causes of metal accumulation were excluded.

The average person absorbs anywhere from 10 to 100 mg of aluminium every day through aluminium cookware, baking soda, antacids, and numerous other sources.

Although the cause of Alzheimer’s disease remains unclear, research indicates that aluminium toxicity may be one of the culprits

According to Andreas Moritz, A deodorant stone is less expensive and lasts at least one year.

  • It works wonderfully and has no nasty side effects.
  • When you check the ingredient list of a deodorant stone, don’t get alarmed when you see the word “alum” written there.
  • Alum isn’t the same thing as aluminium chlorohydrate.
  • Alum is a natural mineral salt and is unrelated to aluminium chlorohydrate or aluminium zirconium chlorohydrate.
  • The mineral salts in the deodorant stone don’t block perspiration.

Tips to effectively deal with body odor:

  • Remove all gallstones from your liver and cleanse your kidneys.
  • Avoid too many acid-forming foods such as animal proteins, fats, and starches.
  • The more refined and processed the foods are, the more likely the skin will have to eliminate toxic waste.
  • The digestion of toxins by skin bacteria causes an unpleasant smell of skin and breath.
  • Meat eaters especially tend to develop bad body odor. Stick to fruits, vegetables, and salads as your main source of alkaline-forming foods.
  • They also work as natural cleansers.
  • Stop using deodorants and antiperspirants; they only reinforce the problem by blocking off part of your lymphatic system and dispersing the toxins together with the chemicals contained in these products into other parts of your body, including the breasts.
  • This can cause lumps and cancer of the breast!
  • Wash the afflicted areas in the morning with a natural soap that contains no harmful chemicals and finish off with a splash of cold water on your underarms.
  • Make sure to wear loose-fitting cotton clothes.
  • Synthetics will prevent your skin from breathing and eliminating toxins.
  • You may want to make a solution of your favourite essential oil (1-2 drops in an ounce of water; shake well to disperse the oil!) and dab it on your underarms (you may want to use the Kinesiology muscle test to determine which oil or oils are most suitable for you).
  • Deodorant stones made from non-toxic and natural materials such as potassium sulphate and other colloidal minerals may also be used.
  • They are pure and harmless and stop bacteria from spreading if applied right after washing.


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2 thoughts on “A Suitable Reason Not to Use Deodorants When It Comes to the Treatment of Body Odor

  1. Something as simple as listening to our own body eludes us everyday
    We’ve forgotten our ways and relying on new methods with very little articles of their effects.
    Yet we don’t question ousrselves on why we fall prey to diseases that were ” far from us”.
    Enlighten Knowledge, God bless you for this enlightening

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