What follows is a highly effective natural, chemical free deodorant that is nearly free to make. If it is used exactly as instructed, it is effective enough to rival all of the chemical and aluminum filled retail products, although this is not an antiperspirant. The following instructions demonstrate how to make a generic version of the "Dr. Mist Deodarant Spray". Any interested individual can look up the reviews at amazon.com. One may even want to consider purchasing a sample to compare the effectiveness between the commercial and "home brew" version.
Why make the switch to a natural deodorant? There is mounting evidence that links heavy metal toxicity, especially bio-available aluminum, to spectrum disorders like autism, as well as degenerative chronic conditions such as Alzheimer's disease. Minimizing exposure to chemicals and heavy metals is a very good idea. As an individual's toxicity increases from environmental exposure, the immune system becomes increasingly sensitive. While the solution is to detox the body and transform the microbiome, reducing exposure to offending heavy metals and chemicals can help dramatically.
This basic formula is as simple as possible while still getting the job done. It is the only formulation that we have found that is actually effective when used as directed. The exact ingredients should be used for best results! This formulation utilizes only three completely natural substances.
Simply purchase some high quality dead sea salt from your favorite bath salt company.
You will need a two ounce spray/spritzer bottle (high grade plastic is fine, so is glass).
You will need one container with a sealable lid to make a salt sole/brine (6 - 8 ounce is ideal).
You will also need one four ounce container to mix ingredients (a four ounce glass jar is fine, as is a larger container).
One will need one peice of equipment (just under $20.00): A salinity refractometer (link is to Amazon.com). A salinity refractometer will allow you to achieve the precise concentration of salt desired. It is a simple device, and very easy to use.
First, make a dead sea salt sole (brine). A brine/sole is simply a fully saturated salt solution. A fully saturated salt solution is made up of water that is holding the maximum amount of dissolved salt possible. Ideally, the sea salt brine is to be made with "EIS" colloidal silver (the Dr. Mist Original is made only with water). The silver ions will react with the salts to form silver chloride. Silver chloride still has antimicrobial properties and other beneficial properties. This formula does not rely upon the silver to eliminate the microbes that feed off of sweat, so it is not an issue that the silver ions react with the salt.
To make the brine, simply fill a small (4 ounce, 6 ouce, 8 ounce) container about half way with dry dead sea salt. Then, fill the container 3/4 of the way full with colloidal silver. Mix well, or allow to set for 24 hours. When the colloidal silver "water" is fully saturated, there should still be some undissolved salt at the bottom of the container. If not, simply add some more dry sea salt.
Next, fill another container (3-4 ounce container is perfect) with just under two ounces of colloidal silver. Add about 1/4 tsp of the completed salt brine to the new container of colloidal silver. Mix well. Place a few drops of the new salt solution on the glass of the salinity refractometer, and close the plastic cover.
Look through the lens to determine the salinity. Keep adding small amounts of salt brine until a 40% salinity concentration is achieved. Adding more salt is not beneficial, 40% is the ideal concentration. If too much salt brine has been accidently added, simply add more colloidal silver until the 40% concentration is achieved. Using too much salt may result in the deodorant spray acting as a skin irritant.
Place three to six drops of your favorite essential oil(s) in the two ounce spray/spritzer bottle. Then, add the finished salt solution to the bottle.
Seal and shake well.
You can, but it may not be as effective. Himalayan salt, for example, is not as effective.
Yes. The original formulation does not include the use of silver, only the dead sea salt and water.
There are too many variables to achieve an accurate 40% salinity solution without a refractometer. However, on average, it would take 1 3/4 teaspoonfuls of dead sea salt brine per two ounces of colloidal silver to achieve a 40% salinity solution.
Absolutely, this is simply the base formula. For example, you can add some baking soda water. You can also add even more essential oils. You can add a bit of boric acid water. Just remember that you will reach a point where the ingredients will begin to act as a skin irritant. This effect is very individual.
Some people will be able to tolerate a more potent formula than others. Therefore, first start with the basic formulation. Once you are comfortable using it, you can start to get creative.
Yes. You can use high quality coconut oil as the base, rather than water/colloidal silver. You would have to field test the amounts of ingredients to use in order to achieve the most effective end product.
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