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October 11, 2010 at 3:09 am #22177Anonymous
I grew up in Oregon where clinical trials were done in the 60’s. My father took part in a study for DMSO. He had pain in his knees so bad he gave up bowling, which for him was a big deal. DMSO cured him. The pain never came back and he lived for another 40 years. RodOctober 12, 2010 at 8:03 pm #22178Anonymous
i was in a bad car accident years ago….almost left me w/o legs…i still have them but i live in pain every single day…i could live on pain killer and injections but instead i use DMSO…it was actually founded in the late 1800’s and used regularly until the 1960’s when the pharmacutical companies hooked up with the doctors and is now all the craze….it is amazing for arthritis…and upon all the books i am reading about it…also known to cure some cancers…..it can also be injected into the body….there is so much info out there for this….Canada and the UK still use it regularly…but the USA is all about the mighty dollar….i highly recommend using it for people who are in pain…i have done my research to the gills….the only side effects it has is the odor which is mostly like a garlic/corn husk type smell….and you may taste garlic in your mouth….and it makes you pee…..other then that it is all natural and my life saver!!!!!!….if you watch sports….when there is an injury this is what they are putting on the players when they get hurt….it is totally safe…I PROMISE!!!!!November 11, 2010 at 5:33 pm #22179Anonymous
I was highly active in martial arts in my early 20’s and I used DMSO on a regular basis to recover from bruises, sore muscles, joint pain etc. I experienced the garlic taste but the benefits out weighed the side effects. I recovered from my injuries much more quickly when I used DMSO. I’m now in my late 30’s and I’ve started training martial arts again. I will getting a new roll on bottle of DMSO at the farm supply store this weekend in order to speed up my recovery time. On a related note my wife suffers from degenerative disk disease. The muscles in her lower pack are in constant pain and spasm. I’m hoping that DMSO can help her with this chronic pain. So far, the only thing that has helped her is prescription strength ibuprofen cream.December 5, 2010 at 6:10 am #22180Anonymous
I’ve found that DMSO not only relieves pain, it also causes injuries to heal a lot faster than they ordinarily would, while diminishing scar tissue.January 10, 2011 at 9:53 pm #22181Anonymous
I was suffering from severe syatica. nothing I tried worked.then I tried dmso and the pain was goneMarch 5, 2011 at 7:57 am #22182Anonymous
Our family has used DMSO for 50 years. I live in Oregon. When I was a kid I put it on my Moms back. My grandmother wore a leg brace,but as I grew up, she no longer needed it. When I hurt my neck and back she told me she drinks 1 tsp every morning. I use it, I dont drink it and my grandmother lived to 94. It helps a sprained ankle immediatly. It helps carple tunnel. I taste celery when I use it, my friend tastes nothing. Its amazing, try it.March 14, 2011 at 9:35 pm #22183Anonymous
what about dmso gelApril 16, 2011 at 9:13 pm #22184Anonymous
Read an article yesterday about the use of DMSO w 2 other ingredients as an eye drop for the starting of cataracts and other eye problems. Has anyone used this.May 31, 2011 at 3:54 pm #22185Anonymous
I’m ready to give DMSO a try for my dog’s arthrtic elbows. Can anyone guess if the garlicky taste happens to dogs too? If so, will it affect a picky dog’s appetite? ThanksJune 23, 2011 at 1:58 pm #22186Anonymous
I used DMSO 15 years ago to treat tendonitis in my knees and elbows. It went away and never returned. I’ve continued to play hockey and golf, both sports that are hard on the joints and have had no issues. I was cautioned by an MD however that over use could lead to the softening and possible rupturing of tendons. A lot for professional athletes use it and I would not hesitate to use it again should the tendonitis return. It does stink and you can taste it almost immediately after putting it on, but it’s worth it if it helps relieve the pain and aids in the healing. Good luck!August 1, 2011 at 8:00 pm #22187Anonymous
My dad was a Bio Chemist and studied DMSO extensively in the 1960s and 70s. He used it extensively on himself and his 5 children. DMSO opens the membranes for every cell it contacts. And we are not talking about just a little bit. If we were talking houses, the front door just became the garage door. It opens these membranes very big. This has positive and negative consequences. On the positive side, the natural healing of the body is aided because all the nutrition in the neighboring cells can be used to repair the injury very quickly. My father’s tests indicated that tissue damage can be repaired in less than half the time (actually closer to a third the time). And very little if any scarring. In fact, it build skin so efficiently and is such a powerful solvent that it can actually dissolve pre-existing scars over time. But it is most effective when used immediately after the injury. I also allows other topical medicines to be absorbed efficiently through the skin. However, this is also the danger. You must be careful and avoid topical contact with ordinary household cleaners and other poisons. If you would not drink the item, then you better not allow it to touch your skin because you can literally drink it that way. This is no exaggeration. When you apply pure DMSO to any part of your body, you will taste it in only two or three seconds: It travels that fast! You will smell it on your breath after a few seconds longer. This is a powerful substance and should be taken with extreme care as it will enhance the effects of other drugs—obviously. If you drink, expect to get drunk or overdose much quicker as your body will absorb the alcohol quicker. Don’t play with it and just take it for granted that the side effect of any substance you combine with it will be enhanced (both positive and negative). I still use DMSO on my self and my own kids. If you remember the caution mentioned about about interactions with everything, you should be fine and you will be impressed.August 6, 2011 at 6:29 pm #22188Anonymous
I have a friend who suffers from M.S. and also has arthritis. She has heard of a cream that is for horses but is being used for human arthritis. If any one can tell me the name of the cream, both she and I will very much appreciate it.August 7, 2011 at 2:22 am #22189Anonymous
As a pharmacist, I recommend DMSO to my customers. I tell them to get it from a tack shop, which is a horse shop. I have used DMSO off and on for 40 yrs. and am 62. My mother used it at my recommendation for her bad back and told me it was the only thing that relieved her pain. She lived to be 84. Now for you doubters their is a medical product Rimso-50 that is 50% DMSO. It is used for interstitial cystitis In other words you can put it in your bladder as a rinse, but the FDA will not ok it for topical use. Is that stupid or what. Just get some and use it. Burns, sprains, and many other injuries respond greatly to it and heal a lot sooner. Of course most MD’s hate it because they do not understand what the hell it is and how it works. Sometimes they are educated idiots.September 15, 2011 at 12:17 am #22190Anonymous
I have had bladder incontinence for years. A doctor recommended drinking an ounce of DMSO a day for it. Believe it or not – within about 10 days, I am no longer incontinent! I am a 73 year old Certified Nutritional Counselor, and Licensed Acupuncture Physician, getting younger all the time. My husband and I use it daily for many problems – we buy it from a country feed store – for horses, of course!November 4, 2011 at 4:45 pm #22191Anonymous
Has anyone out there used a liquid called arthrilief for horses and dogs.Its available at our local coop feed store and looks like it would be good to take for arthritis.It has msm and glucosamine with condrotin.
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