I arrived home last night and when I neared my room mate he said, “You smell funny.” I explained that I have been using the DMSO product and that this was the cause. He said, “Your boss is going to think you’re a druggy.” Well, let them UA me then.
There are distinct benefits from using this product. It is known to be an anti-inflammatory, it can relieve symptoms of painful bladder syndrome, treat shingles, relieve pain from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, treat wounds, burns, headache, scars, scleroderma, and is also known as an “alternative” cancer treatment.
DMSO can increase the effectiveness of certain medications and cause serious issues if used with blood thinners, steroids and sedatives, so use caution, and please … research. It is said that you should not use DMSO if you have diabetes, asthma, or liver and kidney issues.
I am in no way promoting this product for others, please do your own research and use at your own risk.
DMSO is a potent free-radical scavenger, and helps dying cells recover. It improves blood oxygenation to brain and body. I can tell you that the pain from arthritis in my hip has decreased significantly. DMSO can alleviate symptoms if used with care. So while I may smell (for awhile, it is said the odor will dissipate after time) I will continue to observe the affects it has in my body.
While at the start my dreams were quite vibrant, last night I had the best sleep I’ve had in some time (after 5 days use). My body feels relaxed and my mind isn’t racing like it normally does.
“In my opinion, DMSO has the potential to be the pharmacologic treatment of choice for traumatic brain injuries from combat,” says Dr. Jacob. “There’s nothing that comes close to it in efficacy.”
“Pharmaceutical companies were saying that if DMSO can do this, so can other compounds,” says Mr. Bristol. “The shame is that DMSO is less toxic and has less in the way of side effects than any of them.”
“In humans, as well as animals, it has proven the first drug to significantly lower intracranial pressure, the number one problem with severe head trauma.” ~ Dr. de la Torre
“Dying cells recover”