excessive smell / odour from body sweati am 33 year old female. i tend to sweat a lot. but teh problem is the body odour / smell due to the sweat
rmkapoor on 2020-09-15
DOES IT LEAVE STAINS ON THE CLOTHING?
SMELLS LIKE URINE?
ANY OTHER ISSUES RELATED WITH THE SWEAT?
IN WINTERS ALSO?
[Edited by anuj srivastava on 2020-09-15 14:59:52]
♡ anuj srivastava last week
It is perfectly normal to have body odour after a hard day’s work. However, it can get downright embarrassing and alarming if such body odour persists, even after a good warm shower. This medical condition is a symptom of hyperhidrosis or excessive sweating. Here we discuss some homeopathic treatment for body odour problem, these medicines are very effective for three smells.
Silicea: This homeopathic cure is effective to remedy feet odour. The concerned person might also show symptoms of excessive sweating in the feet along with the appearance of cracks in between the toes.
Hepar Sulph: This homeopathic medicine is effective to address a pungent body odour occurring due to excessive physical or mental stress. Additionally, this preparation is also effective to cure body odour that emerges from the armpits and tends to leave a yellow stain around the region. If the pungent body odour persists even after a proper bath, the homeopathic preparation Rheum can be an effective remedy.
Psorinum: This homeopathic remedy for body odor is extremely beneficial to address foul smell in combination with the symptoms of excessive sensitivity to cold weather, an unhealthy /dirty looking skin, and excessive sweating.
thakurhimanshi 3 days ago
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