Non-Toxic Mason Jar Deodorant

Deodorant and antiperspirants impair the underarm lymph nodes. Aluminum-based compounds are the active ingredients in antiperspirants. Sweating is a necessity in life. There are roughly three million sweat glands pumping out as much as 14 liters/ 3 gallons of water a day. Sweat, as stinky and uncomfortable as it can be at times, is a natural and healthy part of life, helping to cool the body, release toxins and helps to maintain normal body temperatures. Sweat isn’t inherently stinky either. In fact, it’s nearly odorless. The stench comes from bacteria that break down from one of two types of sweat on your skin. Deodorant advertisers have done a pretty neat job of convincing us that we’re disgustingly smelly people who in fact need to be refined and save our stinky selves by their products. We’ve been wonderfully brainwashed into thinking sweating is a bad thing. Sweating from the heat, sweating from exercise, and sweating from stress are all different, chemically speaking. Stress sweat smells the worst. That’s because smelly sweat is only produced by one of the two types of sweat glands called the apocrine glands, which are usually in areas with lots of hair—like our armpits, the groin area, and scalp. The odor is the result of the bacteria that break down the sweat once it’s released onto your skin. Fun fact: While women have more sweat glands than men, men’s sweat glands

produce more sweat. Commercial deodorants are something you truly need to purge out of your life. Aluminum-based antiperspirants may increase the risk for breast cancer, Alzheimer’s Disease & Kidney Disease (Scientists noticed that dialysis patients who had these high aluminum levels were more likely to develop dementia too.)

Mason Jar deordorant


1/2 c. baking soda

1/2 c. arrowroot powder or ½ cup of cornstarch

5 tbsp. unrefined virgin coconut oil

10 drops of grapefruit essential oil or lavender essential oil

You can pick your favorite scent. I like lavender or grapefruit.

Empty deodorant stick or Mason jar


Mix baking soda and arrowroot together.

Melt your coconut oil in the microwave in a microwave safe bowl.

Mix all ingredients the baking soda and arrowroot powder with the oil, Pour into clean small Mason jar,( or your empty stick container) add your essential oil to the Mason jar or the empty stick container, using a wooden Popsicle stick , give it a good stir to mix everything. Close your the lid. Once you mix that essential oil in the bowl, it can only be used for the purpose of making your deodorant. Everything you’ve used is edible except the essential oils.

This will take roughly 24 hours to set. It will thicken up. I use my finger to scrape what I need out of the mason jar and scoop it across my underarm. This will last you for a good 6 months!

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Awareness has Magic: Creating a Healthy Hypothyroidism Mind, body and Spirit Home life


Audrey Childers is a published author, blogger, freelance journalist and an entrepreneur with over a decade of experience in research and editorial writing. She is also the creator and founder of the website the Where you can find great tips on everyday living with hypothyroidism. She enjoys raising her children and being a voice for optimal human health and wellness. She is the published author of : A survivors cookbook guide to kicking hypothyroidism booty, Reset your ThyroidHypothyroidism Clarity,  A survivors cookbook guide to kicking hypothyroidism booty: the slow cooker way,   Hypothyroidism: The Beginners Guide: How to stop surviving and start thriving.       

and   Secrets to my Hypothyroidism Success:: A Personal Guide to Hypothyroidism Freedom.   You can find all these books on Amazon.  You can also find her actively involved in her Facebook Group : Healing Hypothyroidism. This blog may be re-posted freely with proper attribution, author bio, and this copyright statement.

You can always click on this Facebook group and order my books too.  A Survivors Cookbook Guide to Kicking Hypothyroidisms Booty.



The information and recipes contained in blog is based upon the research and the personal experiences of the author. It’s for entertainment purposes only. Every attempt has been made to provide accurate, up to date and reliable information. No warranties of any kind are expressed or implied. Readers acknowledge that the author is not engaging in the rendering of legal, financial, medical or professional advice. By reading this blog, the reader agrees that under no circumstance the author is not responsible for any loss, direct or indirect, which are incurred by using this information contained within this blog. Including but not limited to errors, omissions or inaccuracies. This blog is not intended as replacements from what your health care provider has suggested.  The author is not responsible for any adverse effects or consequences resulting from the use of any of the suggestions, preparations or procedures discussed in this blog. All matters pertaining to your health should be supervised by a health care professional. I am not a doctor, or a medical professional. This blog is designed for as an educational and entertainment tool only. Please always check with your health practitioner before taking any vitamins, supplements, or herbs, as they may have side-effects, especially when combined with medications, alcohol, or other vitamins or supplements.  Knowledge is power, educate yourself and find the answer to your health care needs. Wisdom is a wonderful thing to seek.  I hope this blog will teach and encourage you to take leaps in your life to educate yourself for a happier & healthier life. You have to take ownership of your health. The highlighted links are affiliate links in my blogs.

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Throughout my latest book, you will find useful, informative and easy to understand recipes for your mind, body and spirit. When I started writing this book, I wanted to introduce you to the idea of a cleaner less toxic world and for you to learn just how simply easy it is for you to start creating your own cleaning recipes throughout your home but this book has transformed into so much more than just a book full of all natural DIY recipes.

This book will enlighten you and help you have a deeper understanding of not only why you should be more aware but how to be more aware. 

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There is nothing like walking in your  house on a brisk, fall day surrounded by a warm and spicy scents.

On my quest to heal my hypothyroidism, I found out how toxic and unhealthy  store bought candles are and these  paraffin and lead-cored wicks aren’t something that I want to be breathing in.

  • Paraffin: Many candles (especially the cheaper kind) are made from paraffin wax; a petroleum by-product, which has the potential to contain toxins and potential carcinogens which are released into the air when the candle is burned. Some researchers even claim the smoke from some candles contains almost as much icky stuff as cigarette smoke.
  • Lead-Cored Wicks: One of the primary concerns with candles used to be lead-based wicks, which would, of course, emit lead into the air when burned. However, in 2003, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) banned the manufacture and sale of all lead-based candles. So while lead emission is something you probably don’t need to worry about with newer candles, make sure you don’t have older candles in your stash that contain wicks with this harmful neurotoxin. (Here’s how to test and see if your candles have lead wicks)

Luckily, soy, beeswax, or tallow candles have a much cleaner burn and are non-toxic.

I wanted to create a fall cookbook for those of us suffering from hypothyroidism that makes you feel as if you’re inviting an old friend in for coffee. If you’ve been considering switching to a hypothyroidism diet, you may be wondering if you have to give up your favorite foods along with flavor. This is far from the truth. Switching to a hypothyroidism diet means that you are catering to heal your thyroid. You can still enjoy your favorite fall recipes following a hypothyroidism diet- you’ll just need to learn what substitutions you will need to make to create wonderful fall hypothyroidism recipes.

Many fall-inspired meals and treats are wonderfully delicious but are full of not-so-healthy-inspired ingredients and if you’re fighting hypothyroidism, you need to go the extra mile to help your body begin to heal. These recipes are so warm and filling that you wont miss out on any of the bad stuff. This is where this book that I’ve written for you comes into play.

In this book, you will find a collection of many fall favorite recipes that you and your family are sure to love. If you’ve ever considered a hypothyroidism diet, this recipe book is a great starting resource.

This book offers you great ideas along with a wide range of options!

-You have over 150 fall recipes that include breakfast, sides, salads, breads, puddings, stews, soups and casseroles!

  • Homemade all natural pumpkin latte spiced deodorant recipe
  • Easy and simple ways to make your house smell like fall
  • How to start healing your hypothyroidism from within

I love using wax tarts! Store-bought wax melts and candles bad-for-you ingredients which are in the form of artificial fragrances and colorants and emits toxins into the air that are harmful to health when inhaled. Most are made using paraffin wax. Paraffin wax is bad because it is a petroleum by-product which emits toxins into the air that are harmful to health when inhaled. Other companies might use soy wax. Now this might seem somewhat healthier than the alternative to paraffin wax, but it’s not. Most of soy anything is made using genetically modified soy beans that have been treated with pesticides and herbicides.
This will make 12 tarts.
½ c. + 2 tbsp. coconut oil
1 oz. {by weight} beeswax
Essential oil{s} of choice
Bring two inches of water to a simmer over medium heat in a small saucepan that you will only use for making nonfood items. Cover the opening of the saucepan with a glass bowl to create a double boiler.
Put the coconut oil and beeswax in the glass bowl. Allow to heat, stirring occasionally, until completely melted.
Remove from the heat and thoroughly stir in essential oils.
Pour into mold and allow to cool until hardened {popping then in the refrigerator expedites this}.
To use, Please make sure you are safe and only place one in the proper bowl of a wax warmer and use the warmer as directed by the manufacturer.

Apple Pie
30 drops cinnamon bark essential oil
10 drops nutmeg essential oil
10 drops ginger essential oil
10 drops cardamom essential oil

Pumpkin Spice
30 drops cinnamon bark essential oil
25 drops ginger essential oil
15 drops nutmeg essential oil
10 drops clove essential oil

The Best Autumn Essential Oil Recipes for Your Diffuser

Spicy Chai:
3 drops cardamom essential oil
2 drops cassia essential oil
2 drops clove essential oil
1 drop ginger essential oil
Combine with water (most of my diffusers use around 70 mL, but it can vary, 70 ml = 2.4 oz) in a cold air diffuser.

Spiced Citrus
3 drops wild orange essential oil
2 drops cinnamon bark essential oil
1 drop clove essential oil
Combine with water (most of my diffusers use around 70 mL, but it can vary,70 ml = 2.4 oz. ) in a cold air diffuser.

Walk in the Woods
3 drops frankincense essential oil
2 drops white fir essential oil
1 drop cedarwood essential oil

Combine with water (most of my diffusers use around 70 mL, but it can vary, 70 ml = 2.4 oz.) in a cold air diffuser.

Immune Booster:
1 drop rosemary essential oil
1drop clove essential oil
1 drop eucalyptus essential oil
1 drop cinnamon bark essential oil
1 drop wild orange essential oil
Combine with water (most of my diffusers use around 70 mL, but it can vary,70 ml = 2.4 oz. ) in a cold air diffuser.
Why Cold-Air Diffusers?
I prefer using a cold-air diffuser since it allows me to enjoy ALL the benefits of the essential oil–not just the scent. Unlike candle warmers, a cold-air diffuser doesn’t heat the oil, so all the therapeutic benefits of the essential oil remain intact.

( Caution: Make sure you do your research on each product if you have pets in the house. Not all essential oils are pet friendly)

It seems that Essential oils are sold everywhere. There are many great companies to purchase your quality essential oils.  What company you decide to buy from , always do some research on the seller. One guideline to consider is buying only USDA certified organic essential oils. I have enjoyed some my essentials oils and have had simply fantastic results when using them properly. Always do your research, start small and listen to your body.

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