DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide)



DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a natural product from trees that relieves muscle and joint pain, treats bladder inflammation and protects healthy cells from cancer and chemotherapy drugs. DMSO is easily absorbed by the skin. It's sometimes used to increase the body's absorption of herbs, oils, and medications. From about the mid-20th century, researchers have explored its use as an anti-inflammatory agent. The FDA has approved DMSO as a prescription medication for treating symptoms of painful bladder syndrome. It's also used under medical supervision to treat several other conditions, including shingles.



Why Do People Use DMSO?


DMSO has been used to try to relieve the pain of osteoarthritis. It has also been promoted as an "alternative" cancer treatment however 

The American Cancer Society says there is no evidence to support the use of DMSO to treat cancer. Using it that way could cause serious delays in getting proper and effective treatment.


People have used it to treat wounds, burns, and other injuries. People have also used it to treat such conditions as:



What Are the Risks of Using DMSO?


The most frequent side effects from using DMSO on the skin include:

  • Skin irritation

  • Allergic reactions


Therefore it is always best to test our product on a small area on the skin to test reaction. 


DMSO can increase the effect of certain medicines, which can lead to serious health issues.

Examples of such medicines include:


You should also not use DMSO without talking to your doctor if you have:




More things to know about DMSO 



1. DMSO is a natural miracle anti-inflammatory treatment for arthritis and for all kinds of strains, sprains, bruises and sports injuries.


2. It is a universal solvent.  A large part of the uniqueness of DMSO is due to the fact that structurally it is a bipolar molecule; one end of the molecule is water-loving and the other end of the molecule is fat-loving. This makes DMSO a universal solvent. Consequently, DMSO will dissolve some elements. Although this may sound a little scary, don't be alarmed because DMSO does not harm human or animal tissues.


3. You must be clean when you use it. If you have grease on your hands or skin, DMSO will dissolve these things and carry them into your body. Just wash your hands before using it and clean a wound before applying products containing DMSO.

4. DMSO does not harm human or animal tissue.





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