DMSO - an inexpensive and natural remedy

DMSO is known to act as a channel opener and allow other substances to be better absorbed by the body.

In addition, toxins and other waste products leave the tissues faster with the support of DMSO.
In general, just about all ingredients and therapy options can be optimized with DMSO.

These include:
- Salts like magnesium chloride
- Amino acids
- Vitamins
- Lactic acid
- Iodine (Lugol's solution)
- Hydrogen peroxide
- Sulfur, selenium
- colloidal silver
- Hematoxylin / Bengal pink
- Galactose (mucilage sugar)
- Grapefruit seed extract
- Furfural
- Chelation agent
- Borax
- Alpha lipoic acid

Among the therapeutic procedures whose effectiveness can be improved by DMSO are acupuncture, shock wave and magnetic field treatment, hypnosis, ultrasound, bioresonance and osteopathy. For example, DSMO can be rubbed on the skin in advance.

How is the healing liquid DMSO applied?

It is recommended to use a highly concentrated 99.9% substance in a brown glass bottle for external and oral application. Here, however, one must consider that the concentration information on the label is provided with the additional designation Ph.Eur. Otherwise it is not guaranteed that it is a tested DMSO, which is harmless to health!

In its pure and highly concentrated form, however, DMSO is rarely used, for example for the local and punctual dabbing of certain skin areas such as warts, nail fungus, herpes or aphthae.
DMSO has very good dissolving properties. It therefore absorbs the added industrial production additives of almost all plastic materials. These include mold release agents, plasticizers and UV stabilizers.
An exception is the plastic HDPE, which is approved for storage and transport of DMSO.
Therefore, always use glass, porcelain or metal utensils for all operations such as storing, mixing and measuring, if possible.

Pipettes, syringes and spray heads should be pretreated in advance with a small amount of pure DMSO.
For example, fill a spray bottle with a few milliliters of pure DMSO. Then put on the spray head and operate the bottle a few times after shaking it a few times.

The initial filling is then discarded.
You can also fill a freshly unwrapped disposable syringe with a small amount of DMSO, open the plunger all the way and shake the syringe several times.

Then squeeze the contaminated DMSO out of the syringe.
Proceed in the same way with pipettes, bottles and other utensils.

This method is only suitable for the use of utensils for external or oral application!

Applications of DMSO injections and infusions must be prepared differently!
The typical "wash-out" effect on plastic surfaces can only be observed when using highly concentrated DMSO.
Perform pre-dilution in glassware to 20 percent (i.e., 1 part DMSO : at least 4 parts purified water) the mixture behaves neutrally in the disposable syringe or infusion bottle.

Dilute DMSO with aqueous solution

If you want to use DMSO for surface and external application, it is also recommended to mix the substance with aqueous dilution media.
Depending on the treatment objective, water is particularly suitable for this purpose.
However, a magnesium chloride solution 5 percent, procaine solution 2 percent, isotonic seawater or auto-urine have also proven effective.
Normally, only concentrations between 75 percent and 10 percent are used.

Caution: When mixing DMSO with aqueous solutions, an enormous spontaneous heat develops. It is a unique phenomenon in physics to this extent.
The trigger is the ability of DMSO to dissolve the hydrogen bonds between individual water molecules. As a result, the binding energy that was previously "stored" shows up as a heated liquid.

This decoupling effect of the water parts is instrumental in the versatile mechanisms of action of DMSO once it is absorbed by our body.
In the process, molecular transport channels are (re)activated.
At the same time, the water changes its surface tension and viscosity (viscosity).

Individual adjustment to your own skin type

Every skin reacts differently to DMSO. One person notices a tingling sensation, itching or a slight redness, while other users have a kind of "nettle feeling". Therefore, the concentration of the mixture should be adjusted to the individual skin type. If the effect on a skin area is too intense, it is simply washed off with water. The DMSO liquid is then further diluted until it is applied again.
Normally, the area of the legs tolerates higher concentrations than, for example, the chest and abdominal region. The most sensitive areas usually include the skin on the face, neck and head.

Often people with light or blue eyes react more sensitively than brown-eyed people.

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We would like to point out that the diagnostic and treatment methods presented here are methods of naturopathic empirical medicine, which do not belong to the generally recognized methods in the sense of recognition by conventional medicine. All statements made about properties and effects as well as indications of the presented methods are based on the knowledge and experience values in the respective therapy direction itself and are not proven in the sense of orthodox medicine.

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