Almost everyone has been convinced that they need to use deodorant on a regular basis. However, few realise it is a longstanding marketing campaign that was launched in the early 1900s, with numerous iterations over the past century. The use of these chemical concoctions can be linked to specious germ theory claims involving bacteria. In this video we look at the alleged science behind body odour, how deodorants work, the potential problems with their use, and how to "detox" to achieve your best health.
People seem to have forgotten that through the ages, plenty of humans have not only survived, but bred, all without much hygiene! Add in basic hygiene (don't shit in the water you drink, wash/rub your hands in water, drink clean water etc) and we're going great guns.
But today, on a daily basis, people want to destroy their body flora, use fake pheromones and reduce their ability to make Vitamin D. On top of this they have lots of toxic chemicals injected into themselves, eat rubbish, get fat, do little exercise and somehow think they're going to live longer than their forebearers?!
Old habits, even ones which I am reasonably sure are unhealthy, die hard. Quitting the use of deodorant and soap and shampoo and conditioner will be a fun experiment and an interesting experience.
People are STILL putting industry chemicals on their skin, in 2023, after almost 4 years of government-medical establishment-big industry assisted global genocide? Kinda mindboggling eh? Also, and sadly, a very telling fact! It seems that the urban collective is beyond saving and is destined to be completely de-humanized and tagged/chiped like animals.
The mating ritual is all about scent, (just observe every other creature) that's why I'm still single at 72, every woman I meet has 'something' on her I abhor, (perfume, deodorant, hairspray, sunblock, the list goes on...., if only I could find me a natural woman, still got a few years left in me yet but time is running out........................ ;) Thanks Sam, some great points, let's hope it rubs off on a few bods..?
I decided to give up deodorant a few years ago when I read the book Silent Spring. I started with a little bicarbonate of soda and sweet almond oil. After a while I switched to aluminium free bicarb when I realised the contents. I was surprised how easy it was to go without deodorant. I decided to replaced the bicarb with a couple of grains Celtic sea salt. I eventually realised I really didn’t need it. Now I just apply a little natural coconut or shea butter moisturiser barrier if I’m going to be exercising, or going someplace special just for reassurance as it really isn’t needed for everyday activities.
I’ve not really used deodorant in about 2 years, non fluoride toothpaste for about 2 years, no shampoo for about 4 months. I haven’t experienced any downside, still shower with hot water and scrub myself clean. I also, obviously, completely avoid pharmaceuticals . I am thankful for the strife of the last 3 years as my eyes are now open wider (yet still learning).
You know what works and is very cheap? Hydrogen peroxide. After a shower, splash a bit on each armpit and you are good for the day. NO SMELL.
As runners in the 1980s, we knew that "honest sweat has no smell." The quote might be originally from Jim Fixx .
Spraying anti perspirant with aluminum & other chemicals inside a closed bathroom, inhaling the contents thousands of times over decades of use seems awfully stupid when you stop & think of it. But the population has been brainwashed that all products we use are safe because government agencies exist to protect us from anything bad.
Sure thing. But I'm old enough to remember household products with skull & crossbones stamped on them, the ones that actually worked as advertised for everything from killing bugs & rats to dissolving burnt grease & carbon off broiler pans. I'm guessing just the fumes from any one of those products would detox plasmids and graphene oxide right out of a vaxed person.
My mom kept the good stuff in a high cabinet above the sink out of the reach of children who couldn't yet climb to satisfy their curiosities. She also kept a step stool a safe 4 ft distance away from the sink, and her Cabinet of Death.
As for deodorant, both my parents dusted themselves profusely with safe & effective Johnson & Johnson baby powder. Their bathroom exhaust fan would seize up from caked on baby powder & asbestos & thus it occasionally needed to be removed & scraped clean by me for some reason. I've wondered over the years if their deaths, a year apart from non-small cell lung cancer, was caused by asbestos in the powder, their 45 year association with Joe Camel, one of those skull & crossbone products, or a combination of it all.
All things considered, including eschewing seatbelts, they were probably lucky to make it to age 65.
I have never used a deodorant or antiperspirant.
I only shower every other day, or sometimes every few days.
I have a clean health food diet and have never taken any meds,
and I have no body odor issues.
Since getting rid of fluoride ,chlorine and all other chemicals with a water filtration system i now use hardly any deodorant if not at all because my skin odour has totally changed and smells neutral.
After washing, if you cut a lemon in half and squeeze a coin sized of lemon juice into your palm and apply it directly to the opposite armpit and rinse repeat for the other side you won't have any issue with body oder. It also encourages bacterial growth. I've done this for 2 years and never bought deodorant. Apple cider vinegar works too but you can smell like a chip shop.
Haven't use "deodorant" in decades . . . no need of the nasty chemicals
not to mention paying GREED INC to be irresponsible
It's been a few years now since we cut out soaps, deodorants and shampoos. Our kids call us hippies lol. We developed our own simple way that works for us. In our bath we mix a scoop of Epson Salts and a scoop of Himalayan salt. We use a natural sponge or our own hands to wash. We also wash our hair in this same salt solution and it leaves our hair shiny and soft. For under arm "deodorant", we make up a "super solution" of Epson salts and Himalayan salt by boiling filtered water on the stove and stirring in equal amounts of each salt until no more dissolves. When cool, we add the concentrate to a spray bottle and use that. It's a great way to get trace elements too!
Dr Bailey, have you read the Invisible Rainbow by Arthur Firstenberg?
Virus theory should never have gained traction, and wouldn't have in a rational world, however the deadliness of EMF (even simply having ones home wired with electricity) has been buried.
PS I always carry a hard boiled egg in my pocket - something to blame for my BO when in close confined spaces with others