Hyperhidrosis - Excessive Sweat Remedies

| Modified on Aug 13, 2022
Magnesium
Posted by Dee (Florida) on 05/01/2016
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I have suffered from hyperhidrosis for 35+years. Nothing helped and I tried everything. I experienced my first panic attack one month ago. After researching found out about magnesium citrate. I will make it simple. I take 1200mg of magnesium citrate (400 mg 3x a day).

I also take calcium 1000mg (500 mg 2x a day) And I also take a vitamin b complex once a day. You have to build up your tolerance for magnesium so start with 400mg per day and work your way up. For me this worked. Do your research. Magnesium deficiency and hyperhidrosis go hand in hand.

Magnesium
Posted by Phillip (Illinois) on 02/14/2017
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I realized the reason magnesium doesn't work for some ppl with excessive sweat is because of the type and the amount.

Magnesium citrate is best, capsules not tablets, but tablets will do. Open the capsules don't swallow them whole.

When I take only about 400 mg, nothing happens. Still sweat all day heavily under my arms. When I take 800mg I'm dry all day, but you do have to do it everyday so yeah hope this helps.

Hemp Oil
Posted by Nancy (South Carolina) on 06/20/2018
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I started using CBD (Hemp) oil for fibromyalgia a week and a half ago. I live where the temp is 90's +. I have serious hyperhidrosis of the head and face. I would sweat til my shirt would be wet just in a few minutes of walking outside or just getting into my car. Since starting the oil, I have barely sweated. I have suffered for many years of trying everything I could possibly find or hear about to help me. Not only has it helped my pain, it has made me not panic at the idea of being outside in the heat or even using a hair dryer!

Magnesium
Posted by Ft (Atlanta Ga) on 09/18/2015
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For years I was plagued with excessive sweating and oily skin, especially facially, which doesn't work for a lady. I spent 100s of dollars on all kinds of toners, matifiers and mineral makeup and such to no avail. Had to resort to blotting my face of excess oil frequently. Recently I started to take oral Mg in addition to Mg spray that I was already on for fibromyalgia type body aches and recurrent tendinoses. Surprisingly enough, my excessive sweating and oily face seems to have gone poof too, along with a plethora of health issues that had me partially disabled. Who knew? It's a yay for me.

Hemp Oil
Posted by Art (California ) on 06/23/2018 1464 posts

In some people, magnesium oil can sometimes help with nerve pain and it also can help to relax muscles and prevent or significantly reduce cramping and muscle spasms. Given the excellent safety profile of topical mag oil, it would be my first choice for myself!

Art


Magnesium
Posted by R (NY, NY) on 10/16/2008
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Hello all, Excessive sweating is associated with magnesium deficiency. I used to sweat all the time (summer/ winter, hot/ cold) and went to all sorts of doctors to find out what's going on. Nothing helped. Then I started taking magnesium supplements once daily and it works miracles. Give it about 3-4 days to start working. Good luck!

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Rhythm (Indianapolis, IN) on 07/15/2006
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After giving birth to my little girl 7 years ago, I developed a sweating disorder. I sweat constantly, even in the winter. I tried everything I even went to the dermatologist and got a prescription; but after discussing all of the possible side effects I preferred the sweat over possible kidney damage. I decided to try the creator's method and surf the net for natural remedies for excessive sweating. I found this wonderful site. ACV WORKS. I am more confident and happy that my land of lakes has finally dried up. Thank you earthclinic. I will keep this site as reference.

Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Anonymous (NYC, NY)
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I cannot even begin to tell you what a God-send the concoction of Apple Cider Vinegar and raw, organic honey have been!! I had a surgery called a sympathectomy which left me with debilitating compensatory sweating (a common side-effect from this operation). I started taking 2 teaspoons of the vinegar along with 2 teaspoons of the honey 3X a day on an empty stomach (about half an hour away from meals or at bedtime) and within about a week my profuse sweating went away. I have also noticed the added benefit of it speeding up my metabolism. I feel like a normal person again! This stuff is just miraculous!

Molybdenum and Bamboo Extract
Posted by Katzie (Calgary) on 08/13/2022

I had the same thing. I am post-menopausal and retired too. I ended my issues by, get this, getting a box of borax from the laundry aisle.

And don't worry, borax is simply mined from dried-up salt lake beds and is natural.

It is a white odorless, tasteless powder. I do this one simple thing every day, 1x or 2x/day: I lick my pointing finger, dip it into some borax, dip it into my water bottle, and shake, shake, shake. It dissolves easily and is tasteless. It took me two days to notice that I wasn't overheating anymore. Oh, and I also bought superlight sleepwear and put a fan aimed near my head. And make it a point to pull the blankets off of my feet before sleeping, and this helps alot too.

Anyways, I hope you can "chill" soon!


Vitamin B6
Posted by Helpforyou (Amsterdam) on 09/07/2017
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So basically I want to share my experience.

In the past:

I sweat when I leave the door in the morning, noticing my armpit getting wett increasingly. Once it got to the max, it will stay like the same all day, just wett. Also I noticed that cafeïne makes it worse. Also something in embarassing moments it gets extreme and even hot flashes occur.

Nowadays:

I don't sweat that much, it is still there and I notice wett areas which sometimes fades in and out, which is good I think. In the past it was continiously. Also no hot flashes and cafeïne is not that worse anymore. How come? I use Vitamin b6 (p-5-p form) in the morning from now foods. Besides that I use Vitamin D including all co factors in one poll. Also I use zma before sleep. I feel more relaxed now, no hot flashes, even when embarassed and comfortabel. I will soon include a good b complex as addition to balance the b6 but really, if you feel having the same issues; give it a try.


Iodine
Posted by Mama To Many (Tennessee) on 01/27/2017

Dear Dean,

I like Lugol's iodine or Iodoral. It is usually best to start with the lowest dose and increase if you need to.

A kelp supplement would also supply iodine, though not as much.

~Mama to Many~


Magnesium
Posted by M (Tamworth, Uk) on 08/16/2010

Ive suffered with excessive sweating since my teens, my doc gave me 'Driclor', because I sweated a lot from my underarms. I would turn white clothing yellow in that area, so my tops never lasted me very long, and I started to wear a lot of black, so you couldnt see seat patches so much. The 'Driclor' irritated my skin and made it very sore, so I stopped using it. I tried 'Mitchum' which turned my underarm skin brown, so I gave up on that too. An since then I have tried to avoid hot places. A few yrs back I started to sweat from my head, and it would run down my face, this was really embarrassing, so now I still avoid hot places / days. When I do a work out it literally drips off me and my hair is soaking. I decided to seek doctors advice again a few months back and was given 'Probanthine' I took 2 three times a day and nothing changed, I upted it to 4 a day and the only thing they really did was give me a dry mouth. I asked my doctor about 'Robinul' but im in the UK and its not licensed here, he said I will have to see a specialist because its about £100 for a small amount of power. So I've been looking on the net for solutions, I came across this page, and have decided after reading to give the 'magnesium Citrate' a go and see if anything changes. I was talking to the lady in the health store and she said they do a 'Sage' supplement pill, which helps with sweating, so if the 'Magnesium' dont work im going to try that next. I did see a chiropractor when I was about 20, (im now 35) And he said I suffered from 'Candida' I looked up the symptoms and one of them is excessive sweating, the lady in the health shop told me they do a good tablet that rids your body of 'Candida', so I think im also going to try these, best to get to the root of the problem if I can , better then trying to solve the symptoms, by taming the cause. I noticed people hadn't posted in here since 2009, but like me someone searching for help might come across this post, so I will update with my progress.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 02/08/2018

Dear Skp,

Hi there. Sounds like you have multiple things in the body that are out of balance - sweating, menstrual cycles and constipation.

I am guessing they are all related. Making some dietary changes and including some key supplements may improve multiple symptoms.

Here are a few pages to study to think about what may apply to your current health situation.

Lugol's Iodine

Top Ten Wellness Tips

Ted's Alkalizing Formulas

There is a lot of information on this site. It can take some trial and error, but I think you will be able to find things to help you improve all of the concerns you listed.

~Mama to Many~


Molybdenum and Bamboo Extract
Posted by James Wallace (Seattle) on 05/21/2020
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I had hyperhidrosis from the age of 16 to the age of 56. While my hyperhidrosis was embarrassing, I had the kind that is a symptom of chronic fatigue syndrome. This kind makes you sweat, but the sweat has no scent.

At 56 I was doing a copper detox and noticed my hyperhidrosis had went away. I started checking my supplements to see which one had done this. I found two. It seems a deficiency in molybdenum can cause hyperhydrosis. For the detox I was taking 400 mcg a day. I was also taking bamboo extract to detox aluminum. Bamboo extract is high in silica. A deficiency of silica can cause hyperhidrosis. My bamboo extract supplement is 300 mg. I started doing the bamboo and molybdenum at about the same time and it was about three months of taking them that I noticed my hyperhidrosis was gone.

ETS Surgery/Sympathectomy
Posted by Renee (Houston ) on 03/05/2022

Hi Greg - Thank you for sharing your story. I went on the links you sent and, scarily enough, they've been taken down and one of them even links right to 1 of these ETS surgeons. He must have deliberately bought the domain to lead right to his site. How disturbing and creepy!

If you google "corposcindosis" and "split body syndrome, " you will see all the risks and side effects of this surgery. They are terrifying.

I also found a message board of people who are victims of this surgery. Their lives have been destroyed and are suing their doctors. They were never told the truth about all the side effects before they had it. It was devastating to read. I am afraid to post the link here, for fear that the link will be taken down. From what they are saying, these doctors are willing to knowingly make their patients disabled and cover up the side effects because this surgery is an easy money maker for them. What happened to the Hippocratic Oath?! Thank you for posting, Greg. I believe your post will save people's lives.


Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey
Posted by Dancejunkie35 (Enid, Ok ) on 05/25/2011 1 posts
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I never leave feedback on these sites but after two days of trying organic apple cider vinegar & raw organic honey I swear my excessive facial & head sweating is WAY better! I am a dance instructor & getting ready for our big show & tonight for the first time in rehearsal I wasn't soaking wet and spraying everyone with my wet head! I have been drinking the Apple Cider Vinegar & water and it's also helped my dancers feet! I have tried prescription steroid creams & every other over the counter ointment to relieve the athletes foot/eczema I get from sweating & dancing! I haven't put this on my feet I drank it & noticed 6 days later my feet r smooth & pretty again! It's a flat out miracle! It may b all in my head but I swear it works! I drink 2 teaspoons of Apple Cider Vinegar & 2 teaspoons of raw organic honey the thick kind in 8oz of room temp bottled water about 2-3 times a day! I have been drinking 2 tsp of Apple Cider Vinegar & 1/4th tsp of bs 2-3 times a day & I swear it has helped me a TON!

Magnesium
Posted by Selena (Chula, GA) on 04/17/2009
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Excessive Sweating: I am a 35 year old woman and have had excessive underarm sweating for a couple of years now. After reading someone's post about Magnesium deficiency being the cause of excessive sweating, I decided to try it, because I also had some other symptoms of mag deficiency/inbalance. I have been taking about 200 to 300 mgs. of an ionic form of magnesium citrate for the last 2 weeks (sometimes skipping a day or two) and the faucets under my arms seem to have turned off. This has been an embarrasing problem for a while. I could be freezing and I would still have sweat rolling down my sides. I hope I haven't posted my story too quickly. So far it has been about 6 days since I noticed the sweating has subsided. The only other thing I have done differently is take liquid kelp with potassium iodide. I am sure it is the magnessium because I have tried the iodine before without any luck and I had been taking the iodine for a couple of weeks before I added the Magnesium. It took about 4 days from the first day I took the supplement to notice a difference. Much thanks to the lady who posted the comment about the magnesium connection. Also I would like to warn you about the amount you take. Magnesium has a laxative type effect. Start off with low dose then go from there. (I gave Magnesium to my children when they were younger because it helped them to not have nightmares and it stopped my daughter from sleepwalking.)


Magnesium
Posted by Selena (Chula, GA) on 06/10/2009

Darian..I also forgot to mention that you must get sunshine for Vit. D to absorb any mineral. If you are vit. D deficient you can take mineral supplements til the cows come home and will receive no benefit. Unfiltered Sunlight every day is very important. Even if you where glasses...take them off...sun on the skin and in the eyes is very important for human health. It takes about 20 mins of exposed skin to being producing Vit. D. Do some research on it.


Magnesium
Posted by Selena (Chula, Ga, Usa) on 03/26/2010

This is in reply to Mjelma in response to the nurse telling you that you did not need mag. supplement at your age. I am an RN and yes people of all ages need magnesium for different reasons. For example...just the fact that you are a female you lose magnesium and iron every month. If you have a heavy flow then you may be prone to magnesium and iron deficiency. Also many things now are supplemented with Calcium without the proper ratio of Magnesium added as well. It is possible to not be deficient but to be inbalanced. I was taught that when taking calcium, magnesium should be taken as well with a ratio of 2:1. meaning 1000 mg of Calcium with 500 mg of Magnesium. However, my own logic is that due to processed foods and "fortifying of Calcium". I find it necessary to take less Calcium and more Magnesium because of the inbalance caused by the improper fortifying of calcium without also fortifying foods with magnesium. And I am still successfully controlling my sweating with the magnesium supplementation. I do not take it every day, sometimes I only take it a few days before my menstrual cycle. However, I have also been adding Epsom salt to my bath water occasionally so it is possible I am absorbing mag. there as well.


Magnesium
Posted by Tom (Maryland) on 04/28/2015
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Had persistent underarm sweat for a couple months - I'd change my shirt a couple times a day. Coffee made it much worse. Started taking Magnesium (500MG, Magnesium Oxide from a generic manufacturer). I'm not bone dry, but it's a lot better.


Liquid Chlorophyll and Sage Fluid Extract
Posted by Elvira (Barrie) on 09/07/2017

Don't use sage for the extensive period of time. It will affect your heart. Every good herbalist will tell you. My grandma knew.


Apple Cider Vinegar
Posted by Mikola (Cincinnati, Oh) on 05/29/2011

You can usually find it in the organic section of the major grocery stores (Krogers, Stop and Shop). I don't like to brag, but the brand most recommended is another word for "boasts".


Hemp Oil
Posted by Paloma (Reno, Nv) on 06/22/2018

Nancy, thanks for the encouraging testimony about CBD oil. My father sufffered a spinal cord injury that resulted in paralysis over 30 years ago. He's been living in terrible pain with muscle spasms and burning nerves for all these years. I was just looking into CBD oil today! If allowed by Earth Clinic, could you please share the brand or website where you purchased the CBD oil from? I want to be sure whatever I get for him is safe and effective.

And if there's any other suggestions from others here on this wonderful site, I'm all ears.

Gratefully,
Paloma


Hemp Oil
Posted by Mmsg (Somewhere, Europe) on 06/23/2018

Paloma, have you tried magnesium in any form?


Raw Sauerkraut
Posted by Tom (Seattle, Washington) on 06/20/2017
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Raw, unpasteurized sauerkraut for sweating - this has helped me tremendously!! I think there must be a relationship between fungus in the body and constant sweating - check this remedy out! I would start with about 1/2 to 1 tsp and work your way up to taking more!


Magnesium
Posted by Elvira (Barrie) on 09/07/2017

The form of magnesium to take is Malate. Magnesium malate. It also has calming effect. Magnesium citrate can cause diarrhea in some people.


Dietary Changes, Turmeric
Posted by Rocky R. (Manila, Philippines) on 02/12/2017
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I removed coffee & soda on my diet and replaced by organic turmeric sliced and boiled with 1/16 teaspoon of black pepper.and prior to that, I've done colon cleansing using a colon detox product and epsom salt (magnesium sulfate) as laxative. My general hyperhidrosis has decreased by 50-60%.


Magnesium
Posted by Nesty (Australia) on 09/19/2015

Ft - I too have suffered from excessive sweating for over 35 years. I researched and researched and read many articles to find a cure, started using Magnesium Chloride transdermally which worked wonders not just for sweating but many other problems as well. As soon as I stopped using Magnesium for a few days, I started to sweat again.

I continued to research more and more until I found the real cure for excessive sweating - Hemp Oil. It has been 2 weeks since I started using this oil and the results have been outstanding. I work in a hot climate and it is such a relief to finish work each day not covered in a lather of sweat. It also has many other benefits as well, too many to name here. Research it for yourself, I hope this helps.


Magnesium
Posted by Summers (Idaho) on 12/30/2017

How do you take your hemp oil? Orally or topically? And how much? Thank you! :)


ETS Surgery/Sympathectomy
Posted by Greg (Los Angeles) on 12/26/2013
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Warning

WARNING! Do NOT let yourself out of desperation be swayed by or charmed by psychopathic surgeons with no conscience who will mutilate your body for cash. These surgeons will tell you a small list of slight side effects, but will not mention to you the suicides that have occurred oncce popele realize that they can no longer wear shirts that aren't black to hide the sweat. Your heart rate will be low, in some cases too low to ever work out as you used to. Because you will no longer sweat from your head, your scalp will be dry, even bleed, and you will lose your hair. My hands are so dry in winter that they crack and bleed. I know people who are left with Horner's Syndrome, a disastrous case where one eye is semi shut. ETS Surgery/Sympathectomy will disfigure your body. It will leave you a handicapped victim. A cripple. I know, because I am one thanks to a psychopathic ETS surgeon. I would die for a little sweat on my hands and feet, or perspiration on my face. Look for natural cures - not surgery. Don't put the body God gave you in a psychopathic killer's hands. Yes, some of these surgeons have killed their patients - they died on the table. They just pay people and it all goes away. Take care of yourselves and od bless. I know this was a disturbing read.

HERE ARE SOME LINKS THAT EXPLAIN THE DETRIMENTAL EFFECTS OF ETS SURGERY. I FORGOT TO ADD THEM TO MY PREVIOUS POST:

http://www.truthaboutets.com/Pages/CS.html and etsandreversals.yuku.com.

Sweaty Feet
Posted by Gloriaiarango (Brentwood, Ny Usa) on 04/19/2011
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Two years ago I watched this Dr. OZ show, he was presenting this young lady who said her feet are always sweating and smelling even when she lives in Calif. and wears sandals. Dr Oz told her to make a black tea infusion (normal black tea) the stronger the better and soak her feet in it, Warm or cold it doesn't matter, twice a week for 20 minutes.

I did that, since I had sweaty and cold feet. Mine were always sweating but in winter it was worse; and this infusion really changed everything. Since then I have NEVER had sweaty feet or smelly feet again. What works in the tea is the tanic acid. It is a life saver. I really was red faced before when I had to take my shoes off.


Apple Cider Vinegar and Honey
Posted by Connie (Charlotte, Nc) on 05/03/2016
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I would like to say that this works wonders! I had the ETS surgery in 2005 and since then had compensatory sweating everywhere that could possibly sweat other than my hands and underarms. I saw a huge difference 2 weeks after using this! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU! I was able to enjoy Miami with no problems!!! Won't he do it! I bought Trader Joes's organic raw honey and Hines Organic raw with mother Apple cider vinegar! It is definitely worth a try...less than $10!!! I hope this helps someone!


Magnesium
Posted by Joyce (Joelton, Tn) on 04/17/2009 509 posts

Yea Rah, R. You have learned to listen to your body. For others who find you are running low on magnesium, this little old mineral has a lot to do with calming the nerves, lifting depression as well as lowering the blood pressure and keeping the heartbeat in good rhythm. For those who are taking magnesium, I find that you can take 400-500 mgm twice a day without laxative effect. When you go above that level and still need more magnesium, it is also absorbed through the skin, therefore adding magnesium to your bath water & luxuriating as if you were at an expensive spa, you can build your levels up faster by doing both the 400 - 500 mgm twice a day orally and using the magnesium bath to avoid flushing out your much needed magnesium with more magnesium orally causing the laxativie effect. I have never had to take magnesium shots, but my niece who did said they hurt worse than any shot she ever had. Of course, she had been through chemotherapy and never did get her levels back up before she crossed over.


Magnesium
Posted by Selena (Chula, GA) on 06/10/2009

The only magnesium supplement that works for me is the ionic form of magnesium citrate. It takes several days for you to notice a difference. I know that the magnesium is what works for my sweating because after I forget to take it for a week, the sweating starts back. Every time I restart the mag. it takes about 3 days to get into my system. I only take about 200 mg once per day. After it starts working...I can take the 200 mg. of mag. just a couple times a week and it will still be effective. The kind I take mixes in warm water and fizzes. It helps for sleep and stress too.


Magnesium
Posted by Pr (Houston, Texas, Usa) on 03/25/2010

Hello, you need to ask a different person someone trained in natural health care and knowledge of the body's use and need for vitamins and minerals. I guess you are trying as you are asking here. I am not a trained health care professional but I do know that it doesn't matter what age you are everyone needs magnesium and could be deficient at different times in there life. I have known a lot people personally who did get help with sweating by taking magnesium. In some of the books I have read excess sweating could be a sign of magnesium deficiency. Keep in mind there other things that could cause this but magnesium seems like a simple enough place to start.


Magnesium
Posted by Winnie (Hampshire, Il, Us) on 04/17/2012
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I have to say, I took the advice from one of the previous posts who said to use the magnesium citrate. I bought a magnesium powder that gets mixed with water. Truly, could not even believe the difference! First relief I've ever experienced. I only use it when it's warm. Couldn't do it all the time, as it does have a laxative effect, and it also does what the name says: it makes me calm - (in other words, ready for a nap! ) But this is the only thing that I can say has a definite effect. wouldn't be without it.


Magnesium
Posted by Paxeco (Stockholm, Sweden) on 01/16/2014

I've been reading the information on this page and I feel really excited and hopeful that I will overcome this desease that has been with me for all my life. I have hyperhidrosis in all over my body. I will try soon magnesium citrate and pray for this to work out. It would be good if people kept updating their situation here after trying magnesium or any other thing, since I noticed that it's been a while since someone posted here.


Magnesium
Posted by Hodaya Ben Shachar (Israel) on 04/01/2017

I just want to mention that magnesium is not absorbed very well in the gut. Better to use Magnesium oil rubbed into the skin ( don't wash it off). I buy Magnesium salt or epsom salt and dilute in boiling water to max concentration. You could also use Dead Sea salt ( not internally) or Atlantic sea salt in a pinch( much less magnesium). I general it's better to use natural salt not regular table salt.


Liquid Chlorophyll and Sage Fluid Extract
Posted by Francesca (Brussels, Belgium) on 08/31/2009
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Be careful with sage. I took a few drops once- twice a day in a glass of water and the sweating was less but after a month or two I started to have heavily vaginal bleeding. Turns out it was the sage that caused the blood loss.


Hemp Oil
Posted by Anon (Usa) on 06/23/2018

Your poor Daddy!! What a blessing he has you in his life! Nutmeg is my suggestion. I have used it to manage pain and for mental health. You might try him on 1/2 to 2 teaspoons daily. Just mixed in water is fine. It has a strong taste so drinking it down in cold water with a small snack to encourage digestion is my suggestion. The effects take about three hour to be noticeable and tend to linger for a few days. I would expect it to relieve the pain to a degree and to possibly help heal him. It seems to help my brain and muscles coordinate themselves. Cloves are a stronger pain reliever but very dehydrating in my experience. Maybe 1/2 to 1 teaspoon a day. If he gets very thirsty I have found fresh citrus juice to remedy it well, but it seems to reduce the effect of the cloves. I enjoy a treat of cloves and nutmeg, later followed by fresh grapefruit and/or a strong mint such as peppermint patties. Cloves and coffee are good together if he is a coffee drinker. Cloves, coffee, chocolate, nutmeg, cinnamon in hot milk - I drank this when I was very fatigued and in pain but had to go to work. It was unexpectedly VERY potent! Raw eggs and kefir are other ideas. Fresh turmeric root would probably be a Godsend, as well. It can be blended in frozen orange juice with fresh lemon juice to make it tasty, or just eaten raw (but it sticks to the teeth). My husband only takes one or two small pieces daily and is impressed with how it improves his circulation. I use three times that; it is a very safe food. Holy basil would be another idea, it is very relaxing and somewhat inspirational in my experience. St john's wort. Ginko if you can find the real deal. Aloe.


Water
Posted by Jean (East Tn) on 12/31/2016
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Have had super sweaty arm pits, feet, hands starting in the morning w/coffee for years. Just started drinking a glass of WATER - BEFORE coffee. MAJOR help. Sweating has significantly calmed down. I have been doing a couple other things as well, but don't suppose they are related as the sweating calmed only after drinking the water. I'm very happy about it. I hope this will help someone.


Lemon
Posted by Karinita (Sydney, Australia) on 11/20/2014
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I suddenly developed severly smelly underarm sweat. The smell would reoccur even while I was in the shower. The smell was "hormony" and could fill a room, and was not helped by deodorant, salt crystals or vinegar.

In desperation I dabbed a small amount of reconstituted lemon juice and it worked wonders. Smell gone, even from the clothes that seemed to reactivate the odour on contact.

Initially I had to put it on three times a day, but within a week once a day is enough. I cannot wait to see what real lemon will do for the problem.

I now dab and then pat a little drop in all parts of the body that develop odours.. "the crack", under breasts and groin.

I have been informed that to just be careful that a rash does not develop due to the acid mantel of the skin being disrupted. Three weeks in, I had no rashes and no odour.



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