4 Powerful Herbal Remedies for Sweating

by Jason on April 19, 2009

herbal remedies for sweating

Today, I’ve got some exciting new for you. You’re about to learn 4 little known herbal remedies for sweating that are sure to alleviate the perspiration where all other deodorants and treatments have failed.

When I first found these 4 herbal remedies for sweating and started implementing them, the effects were nearly instantaneous. Within the first hour (one of them within just minutes) the sweating was stifled and I was dry throughout the day.

Fortunately, for you, if you’ve been searching endlessly for a way to stop YOUR excessive sweating, you’ve stumbled upon the Holy Grail. Here, I’ll be teaching you about these easy to use herbal treatments. I’ll show you where to get them, how to use them and then after that…

Well, after that, all you need to do is take action and try them out. Let’s get started and
stop your pouring perspiration!

First, let me just give you a quick background about myself…

My excessive sweating plagued me through MOST of my life. It wasn’t until a little over 5 years ago that I really started getting a handle on it. It took some time though.

During the long 20+ year battle with sweating, I was looking for ANY possible solution out there. I mean, granted, due to my lack of knowledge at the time, I wasn’t familiar with half of the alternatives available so most of my efforts were just repeated on treatments that didn’t work the first time around anyway.

In later years, I’d spend hours surfing the net, looking for that ONE rare alternative that had escaped me. I used to just pray that at any moment I’d find it. And then…it happened.

When it came to dealing with my excessive sweating, I always thought traditional medicine was the best way. And by the way, when I say medicine, I’m talking about prescription deodorants like Drysol, Certain Dri, prescription drugs like Robinol or the like.

I was always afraid to try prescriptions though because of the awful side effects (cotton mouth, overheating, irritation, headaches, etc.). Clinical and prescription deodorants did give me some relief but again, they irritated my skin and I was never fond of the idea that I’d need to use them continuously throughout my life.

So one day, I learned about the 4 herbal remedies for sweating that aided in the elimination of my hyperhidrosis and they are listed for you here. You can pick up all of them at most organic markets, drug stores or health food stores.

So, let’s start with the first way to stop sweating naturally, witch hazel…

  1. 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.

    Traditionally, the herb was used to treat insect bites and even bruises but over the years it was discovered to eliminate sweating as well.

    Witch Hazel will be especially effective for you if have facial sweating. This was where this herb REALLY came in and saved the day for me. Facial sweating, after all, is super hard to hide. It’s out in the open and you can only dab it with a handkerchief so many times before you start to lose your mind.

    You also can’t just roll a deodorant onto your face so this is where witch hazel really comes in handy. Using a cotton ball, apply a thin layer of the witch hazel oil to your face and watch its astringent properties go to work. Your skin may initially get a little dry as it dissolves all the oil on your skin but later, as it goes to work, you’ll find that those beads of perspiration you get on your face won’t make their daily visit.

    Of course, witch hazel can be applied to more places on your skin than just your face. Personally though, I found this herbal remedy most effective for my facial sweating.

  2. Burdock
    This herb safely manages excessive sweating by eliminating excessive fluids through other means rather than the sweat pores. It redirects sweating fluids through the lymph nodes, kidneys and bowels instead.

    Here’s a little warning about burdock. It’s pretty nasty to have as a tea. Burdock is BITTER. Once sip of burdock tea and you’ll be puckering your lips in a grimace for sure.

    So, what do you do? Well, you can take it as a “tincture”. What’s a tincture? It’s a fancy word for an alcoholic extract. Most health food stores sell burdock in this form so it’s easy enough to pick up. Burdock works from the inside out. Take this extract for a few days and you’ll notice the difference for sure.

  3. Astragalus
    This herb, native to northeast China, has mild diuretic properties and plays a role in balancing your sweat response. Here’s the only problem with it.

    Depending on your specific sweat problem, it can decrease or even possibly increase your sweating. You’ll need to test it out to see for yourself. Astragalus has a mild, sweet taste, making it a suitable choice for tea.

    You can also dissolve it in your favorite drink. Its active compounds are the flavonoids that give its roots and flowers their yellow color. Give this a shot and see what you come up with.

  4. Tea Tree Oil
    This one is exceptionally effective for foot sweating. Plus, it’s additionally an antifungal so if you’ve got foot fungus, tea tree oil will knock that out as well.

    Just apply a thin layer to treat sweating hands and feet. The oil has astringent properties which will dry out the skin. Start with just a little bit to determine how much you’ll need.

    As with any topical, you’ll want to be on the lookout for irritation and discontinue use if you notice any. Most people find tea tree oil to be the gentlest of the herbal remedies mentioned here.

This is just the beginning.  Yes, I want you to try these 4 herbal remedies to end your excessive sweating but I don’t want you to just stop there.

If you still haven’t made the investment in Stop Sweating & Start Living, you’re crazy to jump through all the hoops mentioned above…you might not even need these herbs once you implement the convenient regimen in the program.

I used to have so many sweat solutions stacked on top of eachother to control my excessive perspiration.  Now, thanks to the unique regimen taught in Stop Sweating & Start living, I have only 2 simple treatments that I apply everyday, taking a grand total of 5 minutes to implement.

Check out Stop Sweating & Start Living right now by CLICKING HERE and put your profuse perspiration to rest.  You really don’t have to deal with this problem any longer.  Start now!

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

avatar belle October 8, 2009 at 10:03 pm

Where can i buy the book you recommend? I live in the Philippines.

avatar mat December 14, 2009 at 12:46 am

How does some one order say to uganda if you dont have a visa card?

avatar Jason December 23, 2009 at 7:40 am

All the ebooks can be downloaded instantly. Additionally, Amazon ships internationally. If you don’t have a credit card, you can pay for anything using paypal. Cheers!

avatar John January 1, 2010 at 2:06 am

Hi Jason, just wondering what other anticholinergics might work other than what you have published earlier like Robinul. Well, the latter is not available in my country, you see. Would you mind suggest me some? Thanks..

avatar Shaun January 10, 2010 at 1:46 am

You did it again! I dont know what would I do without you. Keep up the good work! Your a lifesaver!

avatar HH sufferer February 27, 2010 at 8:18 pm

i recently had VASER for axilliary HH, it’s been a week now and it’s working gr8, my hands n feet r still sweating but my axilla remains dry.
VASER uses ultrasound liposuction procedure which is used for HH sufferer to destroy the sweat glands permanently. u can see d video i found in youtube that prompt me to avail of this treatment; the link is in tumblr blog i made to compile helpful information to manage HH. this site inspired me to start this blog and help other HH sufferers like myself.

IMHO, the VASER procedure is expensive but well worth the money. good thing i live in the Philippines and it is less expensive here.

if hope this post is helpful & pls leave me a messge on my blog and share other helpful links for me to compile.

tyvm to Jason Ellis for this helpful website, keep up the good work!

avatar Jermaine Forbes April 22, 2010 at 8:25 pm

Hello jason, I took your advice and bought the burdock root in capsule form. I took two of these pills earlier today expecting that I would get a little more reduction on sweat, but it turns out that I sweated even more! I did some research on the burdock root and its main purpose is to cleanse the blood through urinating or sweating! I don’t know if sweating will keep on happening if i take it consistently so I wanted to ask you if you have any idea about this?

avatar Nikki August 16, 2011 at 9:32 pm

Thank you for posting some natural cures. I always strayed from prescription deodorants and such, because as you said, they cause irritation. I’ve also learned that the aluminum in deodorants can be absorbed right through the pores and could actually cause cancer (Yikes!). I’ve been using witch hazel for some time already, along with applying baking soda to my affected areas, and they work well. Not great, but well enough to continue using them as opposed to deodorants. I will try the other suggestions you posted, but I look forward to seeing what else you can find with natural cures. :)

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