DMSO dimethyl sulfoxide dropper 120 ml
The peculiarity of this liquid, colorless agent lies in its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties
With DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) the effect of drugs is positively influenced. The peculiarity of this liquid, colorless agent lies in its analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties. As a result, it relieves inflammation, pain and helps with joint problems.
DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a sulfur compound. It is a by-product that is created when wood is processed into pulp and paper. In addition, DMSO is also found in rainwater. It was first discovered in 1866. An effect on the human body was recognized in the early 1960s. Various studies have shown a reduction in inflammation and pain.
+ DMSO is able to penetrate into deeper skin and cell layers. Organs that are difficult to reach, such as the bone marrow, are no obstacle for the substance. In combination with other medicinal substances, it accelerates healing. This can reduce inflammation and relieve pain.
+ The effect of DMSO is also due to its breakdown product MSM (methylsulfonylmethane). It has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antioxidant properties. For this reason, it is often used for osteoarthritis, arthritis and other joint ailments.
+ Due to its decongestant effect, DMSO also helps with sprains, swellings, strains and sports injuries. The tissue regenerates and the muscles can relax. The pain is relieved by the analgesic effect.
+ DMSO also ensures that itching, as is the case with neurodermatitis, can be reduced. It also promotes wound healing and improves scar tissue. It also helps against viruses and bacteria as well as against fungal attack. It is therefore well suited for skin problems, bladder infections and otitis media.
+ DMSO is also used to treat warts. For those that are persistent and do not go away, a combination of 5-fluorouracil, salicylic acid and the excipient DMSO can be considered. This allows the drugs to penetrate the wart tissue better. This makes it easier to remove warts.
+ DMSO can alleviate the side effects of chemotherapy. If it is part of the anti-cancer drugs, the cancer cells can be destroyed more effectively. It also protects healthy cells and helps the body to regenerate.
Using DMSO: How To Use It.
DMSO can be applied externally in the form of ointments, creams, sprays or gels. However, it is also possible to take it. Note, however, that there may be side effects. Because of this, it is no longer considered the ultimate miracle cure. If you are unsure about the dosage and use, contact a doctor or alternative practitioner.
+ Creams, ointments and gels are suitable for osteoarthritis, arthritis and other joint inflammations. Apply the preparation and massage it in lightly. Wait about 30 minutes before putting on your clothes. Apply the preparation several times a day. If you use a gel, then three to four times are enough.
+ If you use pure DMSO, mix it with water, magnesium chloride solution 5%, isotonic sea water or your own urine. Before applying, make sure to thoroughly clean the affected areas with soap and water. Otherwise, serious consequences can arise.
+ If you have severe or neuropathic pain, you need a highly concentrated DMSO. Take a solution here with a share of up to 50%. Mix this with magnesium chloride. Apply the solution without rubbing it. Wait about 60 minutes. Then clean the area thoroughly with water.
+ Scars can also be treated with a solution. To do this, mix 6 teaspoons of DMSO with 4 teaspoons of magnesium chloride. Apply the mixture to the affected area. Let them soak in for about 30 minutes.
+ If you would like to treat burns or eye problems with DMSO, medical supervision is necessary.
+ DMSO can be used internally for cystitis, migraines or ear infections, among other things. To do this, mix 2 teaspoons of DMSO with a 0.3 liter drink of your choice. If you have an ear infection or tinnitus, prepare a solution of 15 ml DMSO and 80 ml magnesium chloride.