DMSO Therapy

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DMSO Therapy

bri·o - the quality of being active, alive, spirited, and vigorous

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Dimethyl Sulfoxide (aka DMSO), is a simple sulfur compound first discovered in 1866, as an accidental byproduct of pulp and paper manufacturing. It then sat on the shelf for over 100 years before its many uses were recognized.

When used in conjunction with other antibiotics, for example, they have found that DMSO can actually make antibiotic-resistant bugs, not resistant anymore. This is a big deal with all of the resistant bugs going around these days.

DMSO can also reach the microcirculation level, meaning that it can easily treat eye and lung issues as well as infiltrate tumors in hard to reach places. This is why it’s used all over the world for cancer treatments.

Currently, DMSO has been proven to effectively treat inflammation in the body, which includes arthritis, atherosclerosis or clogged arteries, chronic pain, stroke, head injuries, sports injuries, cataracts, cancer, and burns. DMSO decreases pain by blocking the nervous system, reducing swelling, and decreasing inflammation.

And, because DMSO is a free radical scavenger, it can be used to detoxify the body by essentially dumping toxins from inside the cell. Nothing else does this.

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As a hydrogen bond disruptor, Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) diminishes inflammation by reducing free radicals and preventing the oxidation of lipoproteins. DMSO is not naturally produced and must be obtained through supplementation. Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is metabolically converted to Methylsulphonylmethane (MSM) within the body. MSM is a sulfur compound that is essential for all bodily systems and normal organ functions. Although naturally occurring, MSM is easily destroyed by constant utilization and excretion.

DMSO and MSM have been used for many years by athletes to treat painful muscles and joints. They are also beneficial for the healing of wounds due to their ability to act therapeutically as anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-fungal.

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