Would you like to know if you’re producing testosterone at optimal levels?
Then pay attention to your body odor.
Especially the pungent odor around your arm pits, feet and testicles, because this sweat is produced by your Apocrine glands.
And Apocrine sweat is hormonal driven.
As a matter of fact, your Apocrine glands were entirely dormant until you reached puberty.
This explains why small kids can sweat like crazy but never develop pungent body odor.
It also explains why men with low testosterone stop smelling pungent too…
They’ve lost the hormones.
I remember laying in bed with my wife after I had finally turned my situation around when she looked over at me and said, you smell different.
And she was right. I had been changing out shirts faster than a Las Vegas stripper.
I was pretty sure it was a good sign, I just didn’t know exactly why yet.
But now I do, and I monitor my smell or lack thereof to gauge how well things are working.
The Jason’s deodorant I discuss on this page will kill your body odor until you hit about 500 ng/dl of testosterone.
But after that, you’re going to need to do more to tame the beast.
But I need to warn you…
It’s important that you avoid products with a laundry list of chemicals on the label…
Because these chemicals are absorbed transdermally through the skin, where they wreak all kinds of hormonal havoc.
I’ve been looking for a solution to this problem for a long time and I finally found it.
Here’s the trick…
Put equal parts baking soda and arrow root in a glass cup. Then mix in an equal amount of warm virgin coconut oil and stir it up to create a paste.
You may have to play with this a bit to get the consistency right, but the ingredients mix together nicely.
Apply this mixture to both underarms and you’ll knock out body odor for the next 8 hours or so, with no negative side effects.
This mixture dries quickly, isn’t lumpy or messy and has a mild coconut smell that my wife found pleasant.
I’m certain this natural deodorant works because baking soda kills odor and coconut oil kills bacteria, so the combination gets the job done.