DMSO: Dimethyl Sulfoxide - (CH3)2SO
A wonderfully simple yet powerful organic booster for the immune system/
What is DMSO?
It is not a miracle, and it is not a secret….at least it should not be! It is not expensive and it is not anything more than what nature intended it to be. It is a wonderfully simple yet powerful organic booster for the immune system.
DMSO is an organic substance rich in mineral sulfur with pain relieving, anti-inflammatory and natural healing capabilities. Excess sulfur is excreted in urine, so it is essentially non-toxic. On average, an adult human body contains about one teaspoon of sulfur, so it is a fine line between ensuring the body has enough and not overdoing things (although the non-toxic nature of sulfur avoids any life threatening issues providing the quality of what you are ingesting is not tainted.)
What you must be very careful about is the quality of the DMSO you consume.
Our product is of the highest European standard pharmaceutical grade - 99.8% and 0.2% pure water - rather than the 99.9% + 0.1% - that 0.1% is of grave concern as the makeup is unknown and not divulged. That should be a very good reason for concern given much of the competition product is produced in China where the powdered milk tainting scam in 2010/2011 cost the lives of many children.
DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide) was brought into the stream of alternate therapies as a result of research conducted, primarily, by Dr Stanley Jacob during his tenure with the organ transplant program at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland during the 1960’s. It was discovered by a medical researcher in the last 1800’s, but unfortunately it remains one of the least understood treatment methodologies of the modern era.
In the USA, the FDA has approved the use of DMSO in the preservation of organs for transplant purposes and for limited use in control of a particular bladder disease known as interstitial cystitis, but for some reason beyond our explanation, the FDA and ‘big pharma’ pay undue attention and create negative press due to the nature of the of DMSO.
We have listed (below) some of the many ailments that anecdotal evidence and specific authorities on DMSO have stated as fact are beneficial uses for DMSO, however for legal reasons we are unable to specifically recommend to you any other uses for DMSO. The various uses for DMSO in aiding the immune system as proposed by numerous authorities of natural and alternate medicines propose should be considered when making your decision on how to utilise this fantastic natural, organic, hygroscopic liquid compound.
DMSO leaves a slight taste on the tongue - similar to garlic – so it is simply not possible to conduct what are known as 'double blind' tests required by the FDA to gain approval to utilise DMSO for general medical use. The distinctive odour and taste are created soon after application on the skin. Penetration through the skin and into the bloodstream occurs rapidly. It is a very effective treatment for various ailments for this reason.
What we can do, however, is show you anecdotal evidence which strongly suggests the healing powers of DMSO go far beyond what the FDA and ‘big pharma’ would like us to believe. Commercial benefit, and not the well being of the public, is the motivation behind most decisions made by the FDA and ‘big pharma’ so we won’t be suggesting to you the benefits of DMSO to avoid repercussions, but we will make available to you a list of some of the benefits of this wonderful naturally occurring element derived from wood pulp, and its benefits as a transdermal and anti-inflammatory application. If you would like to send us an email and we will help you the best way we can.
And just so you know, it is the FDA that insists DMSO must be sold as a ‘solvent’. It is a throwback to when the FDA initially ignored statistical evidence and decreed DMSO as illegal for medical use to protect the profits derived from the sale of aspirin (in the 1950’s aspirin was prescribed for the treatment of arthritis.)
How can we use DMSO and what are the benefits of using DMSO?
At the outset, please be aware that this is not advice, but simply collated information we have found from various authoritative sources. You should conduct your own research on the efficacy and benefits (or possible detriments) to using DMSO.
DMSO (Dimethyl Sulfoxide) is an organic substance rich in mineral sulfur, which works to relieve pain, reduce inflammations and assist the immune system to heal naturally.
This is a contentious area of discussion given the desire to repress such information from the general public by the FDA and ‘big pharma’ with the support of various other government departments around the world. Some authoritative websites point to strong evidence that DMSO significantly reduces the likelihood of death from cancer, and can assist with various ailments affecting the brain. Please be sure to join our newsletter and / or send us an email now.
DMSO blocks pain by interrupting conduction in the skin, peripheral nerves and organs. It is anti-inflammatory and fights bacterial, fungal and viral infections in the body .It transports almost all molecules to a molecular weight of 1000 Daltons (drugs, etc.) across cell membranes to enhance and speed recovery. It reduces the incidence of platelet thrombi (clots in vessels) and reduces the workload of the heart by inhibiting calcium. It is a vasodilator which means it widens blood vessels and help prevents high blood pressure. It softens collagen, and is a scavenger of certain damaging hydroxyl free radicals. It stimulates the immune system, and is a potent diuretic. It increases interferon formation, and stimulates wound healing.
Here is a short list, and by no means exhaustive list, of the many ailments that anecdotal evidence and specific authorities on DMSO have stated as fact are beneficial uses for DMSO, apart from the FDA approved treatment in America of interstitial cystitis (cysts in the bladder), and approval by Canada and Russia for treating limited ailments. For legal reasons we are unable to specifically recommend to you any uses for DMSO apart from suggesting that you research the following ideas, while bearing in mind the following short list outlines how DMSO works within the body:
- increases interferon formation, and stimulates wound healing
- stimulates the immune system, and is a potent diuretic
- as noted above, DMSO blocks pain by interrupting conduction in the skin, peripheral nerves and organs. It is anti-inflammatory, and fights bacterial, fungal and viral infections
- transports all molecules (drugs, etc.) - up to approximately 1000 Daltons molecular weight - across cell membranes to enhance and speed recovery
- reduces the incidence of platelet thrombi (clots in vessels) and reduces the workload of the heart by inhibiting calcium
- is a vasodilator which means it widens blood vessels and help prevents high blood pressure
- softens collagen, and is a scavenger of certain damaging hydroxyl free radicals
Here are some more specific ailments that evidence suggests may be handled effectively by the use of DMSO:
- Stimulates the healing of wounds and burns
Including skin cancers
- Eradication of some types of cancerous cells
- Use as an anti-inflammatory and for joint and muscular pain relief
Eg. Elbows, knee, feet, hips, back, neck, etc
Headaches and migraines through external application.
The sooner DMSO is applied after a musculoskeletal injury or inflammation the more dramatic and quicker the improvement will be felt
- Softens collagen
- Use against anti-bacterial, fungal and virus infections
- Stimulates the immune system
- Increases the formation of interferon
- Can act as an effective diuretic
- As mentioned above, it works as a scavenger of the free radical known as ‘hydroxyl’
- Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Scleroderma and other autoimmune related disorders
- Gum disease
- Hair loss
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome
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