Hyperhidrosis – How to make Herbal tea deodorant? These are the recipes…
Make a tea utilizing such antibacterial herbs as peppermint, sage, or coriander. When it is cool, dilute it with mineral water, add a few drops of your favorite essential oil, and apply on your underarms, and other sweat prone areas for cooling freshness.
Just make sure that you¡¯re dry before you don your clothes, otherwise you will render useless the deodorant that you have just used. Bacteria thrive in damp dark places and your underarms will present just such an opportunity for them to thrive if you dress in a hurry without drying.
For tea recipes please refer to the herbal teas section. To make your basic herbal tea however, is very easy. All you need to do is take 1 teaspoon of whatever dried herb you¡¯re using, or 3 teaspoons of the fresh version of the herb, pour 1 cup of boiling water over it, and allow it to steep for about 5-10 minutes, before straining it.
The only difficulty comes in knowing when enough time has passed for the steeping process. Some herbs require less time than others, and if you¡¯re going to be drinking the tea, then it becomes a matter of personal preference as to how strong you want your tea to be.
Body Powders (Talc)
Basically these are baby powders, or normal body powders which you can use to combat the effects of sweating. These are best used after a shower, and after you have dried off completely.
Apply a light dusting of the powder of your choice onto your armpits, and anywhere else that you might sweat. Most people who use this tend to just dust their entire body with powder.
It gives you a refreshing feel and can keep you feeling fresh for some time to come – that is, as long as you don¡¯t go out and lug a half ton of soil around, or if you don¡¯t run after the bus because you¡¯re late for work or school!