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Alum

Other Names: Alum, Alumen, Alaun, Potassium Aluminum Sulfate
Traditional Usages: Cough, Wounds, Toothache, Lose Vagina, Styes, Body Odour, Head Lice, Eye Abscess,  Regulating Menopause, Arrests Vaginal Discharges,
Resources: Asia, Europe, South America
Parts Used: Alum is a compound which resembles a crystal in structure and is soluble in Water. It is a Salt.
Health Warning: Alum should not be taken internally, it is best used externally. Important to Consult your doctor before using Alum.



Alum – Remedy for Foot Odour:  Mix one teaspoon of alum with one or two gallons of water in a container and soak your feet for 30 minutes.
Afterwards, rinse your feet with clean water. Repeating this treatment every four days for a month should get rid of your foot odour.

Alum – Remedy for Smelly Feet:  Mix one teaspoon of alum with one or two gallons of water in a container and soak your feet for 30 minutes.
Afterwards, rinse your feet with clean water. Repeating this treatment every four days for a month should get rid of your foot odour.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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