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#1 EmitaWolff

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Posted 20 May 2013 - 07:07 AM

Hi guys !

 

Just wanted to share a little "tip" with you !

 

It's summertime in Denmark, and it has been about 26 degrees, which is considered very hot in Demamark ;)

 

I have been sweating a lot during the night, and in the morning my skin is greasy and sweaty-looking. I had a few pimples because of that, I think. Then I did some research about natural remedies, and I came across SAGE.

 

I have been drinking it as tea (and sprinkling it) on my dinner - I was really surprised and pleased with the result - no more sweating!! Since I started doing it (3 days ago) I have had none to minimal night sweats - it's great stuff!!!

 

Try it!!



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Posted 20 May 2013 - 12:37 PM

sage?



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Posted 20 May 2013 - 02:46 PM

I'll have to mention that to my sister.  I don't sweat much myself which could be a sign of hypothyroid.  As sweating a lot can be a sign of hyperthyroidism.

 

And maybe harvest and dry the sage I've had growing in my garden for years, but barely used.



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Posted 21 May 2013 - 04:53 AM

I'll have to mention that to my sister.  I don't sweat much myself which could be a sign of hypothyroid.  As sweating a lot can be a sign of hyperthyroidism.

 

And maybe harvest and dry the sage I've had growing in my garden for years, but barely used.

 

Yea, I know it can be a sign of hyperthyroidism, but I don't hope that is the case for me :( ,.. I think it is because I am very anxious, especially in the evenings..

 

Do you know if it is easy to test for hyperthyroidism and can it give you acne?



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Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:22 PM

26 degrees sounds lovely! It's summer here in Bombay, went up to 37 degrees just last week. 75% humidity. Gosh.

I've been excessively greasy, hopefully the sage will take care of that as well.

Thanks!



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Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:30 PM

hey good idea! I remember reading about sage. I also get very hot in my sleep (and have weird dreams, prob a side effect of meds). I also read lemon balm extract or tea is cooling to the body as well.



sage tea, you know the herb sage as they use in turkey/sausages?

I dont like the taste much but its a good idea you can also use lemon balm to help cool the body :-)

sage?



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Posted 22 May 2013 - 08:43 AM

hey good idea! I remember reading about sage. I also get very hot in my sleep (and have weird dreams, prob a side effect of meds). I also read lemon balm extract or tea is cooling to the body as well.



sage tea, you know the herb sage as they use in turkey/sausages?

I dont like the taste much but its a good idea you can also use lemon balm to help cool the body whistling.gif)

sage?

thanks but sausage is not a part of indian cuisine.so although i have had them before..i dont really know how exactly its made.every ingredients that is!

 

 

off topic,does oregano help in anyway?






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