It speeds the healing of wounds, burns, and muscle injuries. It is also effective for tissue damage caused by chemotherapy, fungal infection and abnormally high blood pressure.


DMSO is a painkiller used to relieve pain caused by migraines, injuries, toothache, frost fingers, hematomas, crush injury, before X-rays. DMSO has radioactive effects; it prevents the mutagenic effects of radiation in cells. It reduces symptoms of allergies, and every other pain. It helps treat scars (skin fibrosis, hypertrophic scars, keloids…). It also improves the function of the immune system because it protects us from free radicals.

Frequency of use depends on whether your problem is acute (something that has happened, but it doesn’t come back, like swelling of a sprained joint) or chronic (lasts long, like arthritis)
In acute conditions, recommended use is every two hours right after the injury. After that, apply it every 4 to 6 hours for a week. Use it for up to 3 weeks.

In chronic conditions, you might notice pain reduction, but it could last for several months or a year till maximum benefit is noticed. One treatment a day is recommended.

DMSO is released within 24 hours. Still, it is recommended to pause 2 days in a row, both in acute and chronic conditions. If you use DMSO for months it has cumulative effect. Longer you use it doses should be smaller or make frequent breaks in application. Each person experiences and reacts to pain differently.

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Dimethylsulfoxide (DMSO) is natural water- soluble liquid. It’s a colorless, not synthesized liquid. It is extracted an obtained by processing of cellulose juice. As such, it is not a medicine and it cannot be registered as one. In nature, you can find DMSO in traces, in plants, in fresh water, in oceans and in rain.

It can irritate skin of hypersensitive people. So first, test your skin. Spray a small amount on a small area of your hand before use. If the reaction is redness, itching and strong skin burning, it will disappear in about 10 minutes, but this product is not recommended for you.

Always clean the area you want to treat. Also remove your favorite creams, because DMSO will dissolve them and your skin will absorb it up without selection. So there is a risk that some toxic substances may get into your body. Most of DMSO will get through your skin within 15 minutes. Avoid contact with all toxic substances for 3 hours after using DMSO.

You can use DMSO when the ankle is injured (tennis players spray the painful place and continue their match soon after), migraine pain will sag quickly after the application of DMSO, bruises will fade if you treat them on time. DMSO has good cryoprotective properties: it helps extremely well with frost bites, many amputations have been avoided. It is also excellent for burns from fire or electric arc, tissue regeneration is almost complete and with restored functions.

You can lower skin irritation by topping DMSO with you clean fingers, that way you will speed up the process and effects will last longer. You might want to experiment with the amount of DMSO to see how it affects your pain, so you may find the minimal amount to ease your pain. But slight tingling sensation when using shouldn’t discourage you.


It is used topically to reduce pain and speed up the healing of wounds, burns, frost bites, muscle and skeletal injuries. It is also used topically to reduce painful conditions like headache, toothache, swelling, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and severe facial pain. It is used locally when there are problems with:
Eyes – including cataracts, glaucoma retina…
Feet- including hamstrings, warts and fungus infections.
Skin – including keloid scars and scleroderma.
It is used topically to ‘repair’ damaged skin and tissue caused by chemotherapy. It is used alone or in combination with other products when herpes zoster infection is present.
It is used intravenously (or orally if it happens when you are out of town) in cases of the emergency to reduce extremely high blood pressure in brain; for removal of bladder infection (interstitial cystitis) and chronic bladder inflammation. With other substances it helps to dissolve the stone in the bile pathways.

DMSO is one of the most powerful antioxidants, far superior to any other vitamin or mineral due to its transport, chemical and penetration abilities.

DMSO gets through the skin and other membranes easily. It is also able to improve the mobility of some membranes – it means that smaller molecules can get through these membranes more easily. That is the reason it can be used to help some medicines to be absorbed by skin or to allow some compounds to penetrate into other tissues.

DMSO is able to remodel collagen fibers making it useful for post-surgical adhesion treatments. Doctors have also noticed that DMSO has powerful anti-inflammatory effect. It means that it is able to inhibit the immune system locally. This makes it useful for treating dermatitis and certain types of arthritis.

DMSO stimulates better blood circulation through blood vessels which increases faster and richer delivery of oxygen and reduces the adhesion of platelets. DMSO is used as pain killer. Because it can release small ions and pass through the membranes, DMSO can change the level of calcium, magnesium and sodium, both in and out of the nerve fibers. Nerves need the presence of minerals in certain concentrations in order to generate electricity to transmit a nerve signal. By blocking those nerves that transmit pain information, DMSO is able to reduce pain. As a carrier of nutrients it is applied to make the transport of vitamins and substances through cell membranes easier, which allows the delivery of nutrients to cells. It is a huge benefit that no other substance possesses. As a powerful solvent, it is also able to penetrate all tissues except through nails, hair and dental enamel.


• Pregnancy is not recommended for use
• Don’t use it along with other medicines, acetone, and acids – because of a possible interaction
• It increases the effects of medications such as blood thinners, steroids, heart medicines, sedatives, etc.
• Always spray on clean, washed skin
• Avoid spraying it into eyes, rinse it if any
• Keep out of the reach of children

• Do not use DMSO in places where you have been bitten by an insect (toxic substances from the insect serum can spread around the bite zone and cause your discomfort)
• Although it helps heal wounds to reduce scarring faster, it should not be applied to infected and open wounds.
• Stay away from toxic substances for at least 3 hours during and after DMSO application.
• If you accidentally spill toxic substance on yourself after using DMSO, do not panic; just rinse it immediately with water and soap
• When using DMSO it smells like garlic which can make you uncomfortable

DMSO helps detoxification from heavy and toxic metals. Sulfur binds with toxic and heavy metals (Mercury, Lead, Aluminum, Cadmium, Arsenic, and Nickel) and eliminates them through urination, defecation and sweating.

DMSO has radio protective effects prevents double strand breakdown of DNA and mutagenic effects of radiation in cells at low concentrations. It can be used just before x ray of fracture, and it is especially good to apply it before RTG teeth recording.