Deodorant products contain extremely toxic chemicals and heavy metals. Use Apple Cider...

Deodorant products contain extremely toxic chemicals and heavy metals. Use Apple Cider Vinegar as Deodorant

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Deodorant products contain extremely toxic chemicals and heavy metals. Use Apple Cider Vinegar as Deodorant

Most commercial antiperspirant deodorant products contain extremely toxic chemicals and heavy metals that can cause severe harm to the human nervous system. Did you know that in the United States, the Food and Drug Administration classifies antiperspirants as over-the-counter drugs?

Additionally, deodorants combined with antiperspirant agents are classified as drugs. (Link). Most commercial deodorants contain aluminum and parabens. Aluminum in deodorants has been linked to a number of health effects, including impaired mental and motor function, Alzheimers and other brain diseases, and bone diseases.

Conventional deodorants also contain parabens. According to one study done in 2004, parabens have been linked to breast cancer. They are found to disturb the bodys hormonal balance and to mimic estrogen, as estrogen is said to play a part in breast cancer formation.

 

Apple Cider Vinegar (ACV) is a very effective natural bacteria-fighting agent that has many vital minerals and trace elements such as potassium, chlorine, sodium, calcium, magnesium, phosphorous, sulfur, copper, iron, silicon and fluorine that are vital for a healthy body.

The raw, unfiltered organic, un-pasteurization apple cider vinegar is natural antibiotic and antiseptic that digests the bacteria created under your arm, eliminating the odor. Apple cider vinegar causes our pH levels to become more alkaline; it reacts to some toxins in our bodies, converting them into less toxic substances.

Method

Simply apply Apple cider vinegar (here) to your underarms with a cotton swab to effectively eradicate odor-causing bacteria.

Apple cider vinegar is cheap, and it works. It dries quickly and it doesnt leave white marks on my clothes!

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