Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) was a product of nature long before man learned to make it. A by-product of the wood industry, it has been in use as a commercial solvent since 1953. It is also one of the most studied but least understood pharmaceutical agents of our time-oat least in the United States.
More than 40,000 articles on its chemistry have appeared in scientific journals, which, in conjunction with thousands of laboratory studies, provide strong evidence of a wide variety of properties. DMSO'S ability to penetrate the skin without causing any damage to the skin membrane gives it many amazing benefits. Its ability to do this varies proportionally with its strength-up to a 90 percent solution. From 70 percent to 90 percent has been found to be the most effective strength across the skin, and, oddly, performance drops with concentrations higher than 90 percent.
It has been used most widely as a topical analgesic. Pain relief is reported to be almost immediate, lasting up to 6 hours. DMSO has been used by a number of sports teams and Olympic athletes.
DMSO was the first nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory discovered since aspirin. It is used topically to decrease pain and speed the healing of wounds, burns, and muscle and skeletal injuries.
Some benefits of DMSO are:
DMSO - May help reduce pain and swelling
DMSO- Acts as an anti-oxidant
DMSO - Acts as a free radical scavenger
DMSO - May help reduce arthritis pain and swelling, may help carpal tunnel
DMSO - May be used for cystitis
DMSO- May be used for brain and spinal cord injuries in Europe
DMSO - May be used for insect bites, acne, neuritis, neuralgia and shingles
Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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