Detoxify The Armpit – Prevent Cancer!

breast cancer

Detoxify The Armpit – Prevent Cancer!

Note: This is a guest piece that is translated but people love it so much we aren’t going to try and butcher it and redo someone else’s work. The message is still very clear : )

Detoxifying the breast represents a good solution for purification of the toxins that linger in organism. Detoxing is one way to prevent the cancer. The newest research reveals that the most common cause of cancer is occurring on the places where cosmetic preparation are used in the underarm area. Breast cancer depends from the hormones whose growth depends from the estrogen levels.

Sweating is one natural process and it should never be stopped (with anti perspirant etc)

With clogged pores you prevent underarm sweating and that represents that the toxins are retained in the body which we never want to allow.  Also, it canblock the lymphatic system 

Recipe for armpit detox:


  • 1 tablespoon organic apple cider vinegar
  • 2 drops of essential oil of coriander
  • 1 drop of essential oil of rosemary
  • 1 tablespoon bentonite clay


Mix the clay with the apple cider vinegar and then add the essential oils and mix it together to obtain a creamy mixture. Coat the armpit with the resulting mixture and let it stand for 20 minutes and wash it after with warm water. Drink large amounts of water while you detox.  There is a possible side effect of redness on the skin, but this poses no danger. If you feel pain during the detoxification immediately discontinue the treatment.

Remember to take care of the hygiene of your armpits, usually you can rinse it with baking soda and water and then hydrate it with coconut oil.

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*This story originally appeared at Healthy Advice.

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  • Chrissi Matusevics

    I don’t sweat, and never have unless I drink loads of water in addition to my normal fluid intake- at least two to three litres extra a day- then I do, quite a bit which then leads to a very unpleasant and itchy sweat rash in any area of my flesh which is folded. As I’ve both had a caesarian birth and an ovarian cyst removed- where they went in through the same scar- I have a fold over the scar, which makes wearing even cotton panties uncomfortable when I sweat as the sweat is gathered by the top part which rolls into the fold, as in any other fold this then becomes itchy bumpy, gets scratched in my sleep and then becomes scaly and red too and this also can happen under my arms if I shave them, since I made the mistake of waxing them once- washing regularly more than once a day doesn’t help either

  • Sammy

    You might try taking Mega Hydrate by Patrick Flannagan. Like a carburetor on a car that gets gunky and doesn’t perform as well, our cells in our body can get gunky making it harder to absorb the water we intake. Mega Hydrate cleans the gunk off these cells making hydration more efficient and effective. I’m not a rep for the company….. I’ve been using the product for years.

  • April June Howey

    You really need an editor to go over your posts before you publish them. Bad grammar and errors make you sound like you don’t know what you’re talking about. I wish you the best and I’m just trying to help you out.

  • Rebekah

    How often should this be done?

  • Hi Rebekah, some people do it once a week while others once a month or even longer. It depends on the person and how often they think they need to detoxify 🙂