Excessive Sweating Herbs — Sage

I Thought Everyone Knew Sage Was The King Of Excessive Sweating Herbs!

Sage is now renowned in the Hyperhidrosis Community as being almost miraculous. It’s been shown to reduce sweating by as much as 50%!

But before you get too excited, let’s be realistic. You can’t just drink a cup or two of Sage tea and expect to have no more sweating. Nuh-uh. That’s not the way that herbs work and that’s not the way that excessive sweating works, either. Hyperhidrosis takes time to develop, and it takes time to cure.

With regard to excessive sweating herbs, follow our proven, two-step formula:

1. Use the herbs the right way (what’s the right way to use herbs?), and

2. ‘Stack’ with other natural remedies for hyperhidrosis (what’s ‘Stack’ mean?)

Got it? Good.

So how should I use Sage?

1. Eat it. The cool thing about Sage is that it tastes good. You can use it fresh or dried in pastas, soups, eggs, rice casseroles, pretty much with anything. Here’s a bunch of cool recipes that call for Sage.

2. Drink it. If you’d like to make a cup of tea, use the same recipe from the other excessive sweating herbs. Pick up dried Sage online or in the grocery store. It’s pretty cheap. To make the tea you’ll need:

  • 1 teaspoon dried Sage
  • 1 cup of water
  • 1 lemon wedge (optional)
  • Honey to sweeten (optional)

  1. Bring water to a boil. Take off the heat and put the Sage in the water.
  2. Let steep (sit there) for between 3-5 minutes.
  3. Strain, pour in cup, add lemon and honey if desired, and enjoy!

With regard to step #2, make sure you don’t steep it for longer than 5 minutes. If you steep Sage for longer than you’re supposed to, it loses some of it’s benefits and may also be dangerous.

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For best results, drink this tea after it has cooled. Drink 1/2 of a cup in the morning and the other 1/2 cup at night before bed.

3. Rub it in. Apply the cooled Sage tea directly to the skin of the sweaty areas. Simply use a sponge or cloth, dip it in the cooled tea, and apply liberally to the affected skin. Let it sit on the skin until it dries, then reapply. After it dries the second time, rinse the affected area with water.

Excessive sweating herbs, though, are different from drugs. When you’re using drugs (i.e. prescriptions, dopey) you usually notice results immediately. But herbs work differently. They begin working after you have been taking them consistently for some time–usually a couple weeks.

If you don’t notice results immediately, don’t give up. It’s just nature’s way of making sure you deserve it’s benefits!

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