DMSO

Despite decades of research and thousands of studies attesting to its health-promoting properties, dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) remains virtually unknown to the medical professional and the public.
This inexpensive, naturally found compound demonstrates potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties, has been shown to relieve painful musculoskeletal and urinary conditions, and may even fight Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Unfortunately, its widespread acceptance and use has been stymied by the FDA and their allies in the pharmaceutical industry. DMSO – The Persecuted Drug Dr. Stanley Jacob
70% solution with distilled water of 99.9% pharmaceutical grade DMSO
Some of the many therapeutic properties:
1-blocks pain 
2-anti-inflammatory
3-antibiotic, antifungal and antivirous
4-due to being an extremely sstrong solvent it transports any substance across membranes
5-reduces incidence of blood clots
6-dilate blood vessels and improve blood flow
7-acts as a tranquilizer even when simply rubbed on the skin.
8-stimulates healing of wounds
When using remember that any substance that DMSO comes in contact with will be absorbed into the body. Only glass is safe.
How to apply DMSO topically
When applying it directly to your skin use a cotton ball or gauze or preferably with your clean hands.  Allow it to dry for about 20 minutes. Then you can wipe off any excess. Avoid using cream or gel as they are not as effective and may carry impurities.
DMSO is a solvent that can dissolve most other substances, so make sure your skin is dry before you put on your clothes.
When DMSO is applied to your skin, you may have a garlicky like taste very soon after and your body may smell like garlic as well. Also there may be a tingling, or slight burning sensation, very similar to mild sunburn, on the areas of application, especially if DMSO is put on a tender area, such as the neck or face. There is a way to avoid all or most of these effects by apply honey of the skin first and then the DMSO. Surprisingly this works.
DMSO Treatment
Frequency of DMSO use depends on whether your problem is acute (something that happens, gets fixed, and does not come back, like a sprained ankle) or whether it is chronic (ongoing, long-term pain, as with arthritis).
Although it relieves pain in both acute and chronic arthritis, DMSO for alternative pain relief works best in the acute forms. Dimethyl sulfoxide works for arthritis because it is an anti-inflammatory and because it reduces autoimmune antibodies that damage or destroy tissue. It also prevents free radicals from destroying lubricating fluid in the joints.
Acute conditions: For acute conditions, my sources recommend that you apply it every two hours for six to eight hours immediately after the injury occurs. Following that, for the next five days or more, apply DMSO every four to six hours. Most of the benefit from DMSO uses will come in the first three weeks.
Chronic conditions: For chronic conditions, it takes longer to take effect. Although you may notice some easing of pain right away, it may take six to eight weeks, or even six months to a year in some cases, for the maximum benefit to be achieved. It depends on the person and the condition. One application a day is recommended.
Take some time off regularly from DMSO use
Dimethyl sulfoxide exits the body in about 24 hours. Nevertheless, in both acute and chronic cases, it is recommended that you take some time off on a regular basis, say two days in a row each week. For example, just take Saturday and Sunday off every week. If you are using it daily, long term, take two to four weeks off, in a row, every six months. Or, you could do 30 days on and 30 days off.

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