Ginger

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When your body is unable to properly excrete sweat, it can result in a toxic build-up within the body, since sweat is one of the primary ways that toxins are eliminated. In most cases, anhidrosis will not be too serious, as the sweat that would normally exit the body in one area would simply move to another. Areas that suffer from anhidrosis tend to have dry skin and cracking, painful sores. Ginger is a wonderful way for the body to detoxify itself, and it increases respiration, which can bring out normal perspiration patterns. Ginger tea can be consumed and ginger root extract can be topically applied to clear up anhidrosis.

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