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Do you Suffer Pain?
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Hi Rose
Just wondering if you have tried DMSO?  I have bad knee pain.  I read up about DMSO and it seems too good to be true.  

HI Kate, yes I use DMSO. It was a Doctor and a gardener here on the site that got me interested.  It is everything they say it is and more.  

You will not find a better price for 100% nor 70% DMSO than Wally Richards, Garden Enterprises.

Hi Rose
Many thanks for this.  Can I ask, do you just wipe it onto your skin, as per the doctor in the 60 minutes video?  Would you dilute the 100% DMSO?  Many thanks

Check yourself for DMSO sensitivity before starting, if it is going to be used regularly, 99.9% DMSO may be to strong and cause skin irritation.  70% is more appropriate topically.  you can use distilled water to dilute or purchase it at that strength.

Because of the solvent nature of DMSO, the are you apply (and the implement you apply it with) should be clean, no perfumes nor creams, no detergents.  It will take what ever is on the skin into the body. This is quiet useful when applying it with inflammatory items like cumin, ginger, turmeric of course.

DMSO doesn't even need to be applied directly to the pain point, as it is transdermal.  Transdermal medicine is absorbed through the skin and taken into the blood stream. 

If you’re interested in using DMSO for its transdermal properties, you’re going to get a rapid effect and because you’re bypassing the liver’s protective effects, if you don’t adjust your dose downward you could end with side effects or toxicity so make sure you do your homework.

In saying that DMSO is the most powerful, effective and safe pain reliever you've never heard of.  Pain is not the only thing it does by any means. 

I have friends that drink half a teaspoon a day and they are feeling incredible.  I know DMSO is used in Jim Humbles MMS protocols also.

Don't dry the area with a towel, let it dry itself. Wait at least 30 mins (longer when possible) to dry the area and don't use any chemicals during that time.

Hope this helps.

Disclaimer: Understand that this isn't medical advice and the places that sell it sell it for 'animal use'.

Hi Rose

Many thanks for this information. Yes I'll do my own homework, and take responsibility for myself, and not blame anyone else for how things turn out    



Thanks for the excellent tips Rose, yep...transdermal works just fine.


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