DMSO is an organo-sulfur compound with the formula (CH3)2SO
This by-product of the paper making process was discovered in Germany in the late 19th century. It’s a colorless liquid that gained attention for its ability to penetrate skin and other biological membranes. It was discovered DMSO could be used as a transportation device to pass small molecules through skin. Since then, scientists have researched the potential benefits and risks of using DMSO to treat a variety of conditions. This research is ongoing.
Benefits: DMSO has been used topically to
*decrease pain and speed the *healing of wounds *for *muscle and skeletal injuries
Application: DMSO is best applied with a neutral carrier, such as coconut oil.
DMSO also assists topical products to penetrate the skin efficiently
Recommended dosage: We recommend starting with one drop of DMSO added to water and then working up to a comfortable dose. For topical application a small test patch is recommended to check for possible reaction