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    Default 4 Herbal Remedies For Sweating

    Witch Hazel The bark and leaves of the witch hazel plant are extracted into a powerful astringent which can be applied in liquid form to the skin. If you look closely at the ingredients of many aftershaves and lotions, you may find witch hazel to be one of the components.
    Burdock this herb safely manages excessive sweating by eliminating excessive fluids through other means rather than the sweat pores.Astragalus This herb, native to northeast China, has mild diuretic properties and plays a role in balancing your sweat response.Tea Tree Oil this one is exceptionally effective for foot sweating.

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    thank you for sharing sindhu. :P:

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    Tea Tree Oil this one is exceptionally effective for foot sweating.
    This is really needed to me. Thank you very much ;)

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    Thank you. Sweating is quite a problem for me. Hope your advices will help.

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    I have a sweating problem. it's so embarrassing.

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    Yeah Tea Tree Oil is also helpful for foot sweating. It can be applied directly to the sweaty areas.

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    Drink a cup of tomato juice daily. It helps to regulate sweat glands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sindhu_pec View Post
    Witch Hazel The bark and leaves of the witch hazel plant are extracted into a powerful astringent which can be applied in liquid form to the skin. If you look closely at the ingredients of many aftershaves and lotions, you may find witch hazel to be one of the components.
    Burdock this herb safely manages excessive sweating by eliminating excessive fluids through other means rather than the sweat pores.Astragalus This herb, native to northeast China, has mild diuretic properties and plays a role in balancing your sweat response.Tea Tree Oil this one is exceptionally effective for foot sweating.
    The herbs that you've mentioned is not common from where I am but I will try to look at Asian stores around here maybe they have it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks for sharing information.


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