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Preventing breast cancer with armpit detox

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MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Armpit detox may reduce the risk of breast cancer and is a great way to detox the body. Several studies have shown chemicals under the arm from antiperspirants can increase the risk of breast cancer.

According to living traditionally, clinical studies show that a high number of female breast cancers form in the upper outer quadrant of the breast because loose breast tissue tends to form there and is a place where most toxins get stored. 

Deodorants and other products used under the arm contain aluminum chlorohydrate, parabens, propylene glycol and more. Some of the chemicals increase the breast cancer risk by imitating estrogen.

Living traditionally said, in 2007 a study was published in the Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry from researchers who tested samples from 17 breast-cancer patients who underwent mastectomies. The studies showed that the women who used antiperspirants had deposits of aluminum in their outer breast tissue. Aluminum concentrations were higher in the tissue closest to the underarm rather than the central breast.

According to a statement from collective evolution, "aluminum is an experimentally demonstrated neurotoxin that has been linked to all sorts of diseases (like Alzheimer’s disease, to name one). There are numerous studies which have examined aluminum’s potential to induce toxic effects, and this is clearly established in medical literature, and has been for a long time."

There are a few steps to prevent Breast Cancer Through Armpit Detox:


Ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon organic apple cider vinegar
  • 3 drops Rosemary essential oil
  • 5 drops Cilantro essential oil
  • 1 tablespoon bentonite clay

Instructions

  • Mix ACV and the clay in a glass bowl. Add the essential oils. It should look smooth like sour scream.
  • Spread a thin layer of this mixture on your armpit and leave it for a few minutes.
  • Rinse well and repeat daily until odor subsides and your natural deodorant is no longer irritating.
  • Repeat daily as needed. 

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