Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe


Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Topic: Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe
Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Almost all ingredients are well-known herbal deodorizers, many of which you can grow in your garden. Even after that, you can make it your own. A lot of different herbs and spices would work well in this recipe.

I’ve used lemons instead of limes and lovage instead of sage. You could try witch hazel, apple cider vinegar, or colloidal silver to see what works best for you.

Another good thing to add to this deodorant would be magnesium chloride flakes. It’s time to make your tincture. Take 1 part magnesium chloride flake and 1 part tincture and mix them.

If you think about it, most people aren’t getting enough magnesium in their bodies. There aren’t as many side effects if you use supplements on your body. Body odour may be caused by a low magnesium level in the body.

This extra magnesium could help solve the problem. Magnesium chloride can make some people feel a little tingly on their skin. None of this hurts at all, and it goes away in a few minutes.

I’ve tried to develop a blend of essential oils that goes well with the herbs and adds a little extra oomph. Lavender and Tea Tree are likely already in your EO stash, so start with them.

Add some Clary Sage or Anise Seed to your food to make it smell better. When you’re there, you can still make a different choice. I’d add Patchouli for men and Lemongrass (or Lime) for women. Lime is better at getting rid of bad smells.

I would let your body get used to any changes in your deodorant routine for a few weeks so it can get used to them. Even if you haven’t been using a deodorant that has been clogging your pores, you might have to go through a “detox.”

Because Patchouli smells terrible on me, I might use it in my first batch of soap to speed up the detox process.

Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe


Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe

Colloidal Silver Deodorant Recipe
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The recipe for an all-natural herbal deodorant spray.

  • Author: Mustafa Rangoonwala


  1. 1 1/4 cups of vodka that has 80 proof in it
  2. 1/3 cup leaves of sage
  4. A quarter cup of lavender buds
  5. The peel of one lime or lemon
  6. Oils that are made from plants:
  7. There is a lot of sage (6 drops)
  8. Lavender is a flower that smells good (4 drops)
  9. Tasty trees (3 drops)
  10. Patchouli (3 drops), either lemongrass or lime (3 drops), or both (3 drops) in a quarter-cup spray bottle
  11. 1/2 teaspoon of colloidal silver in a quarter cup spray bottle, or you can add it if you want.
  12. 1/4 cup of magnesium chloride flakes, if you want to.


  • Please put all herbs and citrus peels into a pint-sized mason jar, and then shake it up.
  • A lid will be on top of them.
  • Shake it every day for about one month to get rid of the bugs.
  • Pour some into a spray bottle when it’s ready.
  • If you want to use magnesium chloride, add it to the tincture, stir or shake it until it dissolves, and drink it.
  • Then, add your essential oil blend and colloidal silver if you want to use it.
  • There is still some of the tincture left. Please keep it in a cupboard until you’re ready to use it.
  • Shake the bottle vigorously before each use to ensure the oils are mixed in. Otherwise, they’ll sit at the top and be useless.

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People Also Ask:

Can colloidal silver be used as a deodorant?

In this body spray, Silver is used because it has antibacterial properties, so it makes sense. Also, there’s lemon tea tree and sage, as well as grapefruit and orange. There, it’s a big hit, too.

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