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    Supplements to stop body hair growth

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    Does anyone know of any?
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    Quote Originally Posted by peril View Post
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    If you are a man then shame on you.
    If you are a woman then you are excused.

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    com eon guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by rphlslv View Post
    Does anyone know of any?
    I feel like a tea pusher at this point because I've mentioned this in like 3 threads in the last week, but spearmint (not peppermint) tea. It reduces the amount of androgens ("male" hormones) in your blood. Many PCOS sufferers, who often also have hirsutism (excessive body and facial hair on females), swear by it. Most people drink 2 cups a day every day at least at first, and it takes a few weeks to a couple months to have noticable results.
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    Men are supposed to have body hair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ErikaE View Post
    I feel like a tea pusher at this point because I've mentioned this in like 3 threads in the last week, but spearmint (not peppermint) tea. It reduces the amount of androgens ("male" hormones) in your blood. Many PCOS sufferers, who often also have hirsutism (excessive body and facial hair on females), swear by it. Most people drink 2 cups a day every day at least at first, and it takes a few weeks to a couple months to have noticable results.
    Yeah but it lowers testosterone
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apex Predator View Post
    Men are supposed to have body hair.
    We are ALL supposed to have body hair. But then again, take a look at Mark in his own pictures in the banner at the top of the page. No chest hair, no arm hair, no leg hair, no back hair. His armpits aren't that bushy, either. So, what's his take on body hair?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristy2078 View Post
    We are ALL supposed to have body hair. But then again, take a look at Mark in his own pictures in the banner at the top of the page. No chest hair, no arm hair, no leg hair, no back hair. His armpits aren't that bushy, either. So, what's his take on body hair?
    Can't say I know. Some people naturally have more or less. I just object to the male body-hate as much as the female. (No, I don't care if a woman shaves or not.)

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