Please keep in mind here: We are talking about our
proprietary blend of DMSO, the DMSO.BZ solution, which is ready to
use. It is not pure DMSO, which is too strong to use
undiluted, and actually not as effective as DMSO with some water.
AGAIN, WE WARN YOU, THIS IS HOW WE USE THE DMSO.BZ SOLUTION OF
DMSO. WE ARE NOT SUGGESTING THAT YOU USE IT BUT, IF YOU DO, WE
BELIEVE YOU SHOULD HAVE THE INFORMATION WE CAN PROVIDE YOU. If
you are going to use DMSO, here are some useful guidelines:
Apply the solution with a
cotton ball, pad, or even the fingers, to the area to be treated.
Put on an ample coating, but not enough that it drips off, and cover
the areas surrounding the injured area also, for a couple of inches.
If you wish more rapid absorption, you can softly rub the area.
If you choose to do this, don't rub too much, or too hard, as you
can irritate the skin. If you use your fingers, which I do a
lot, you don't even have to wash it off - just rub it into your
hands. It helps them and aids the tissues and joints, so why
waste it? Don't do this too often as the cuticles,
which is dead skin, will come off. It is a little scary at
first, however they grow back fairly quickly. If you apply it
a lot with the fingers, which I do, just rinse them off for a second
or two with running water. You won't have any problem.
Don't contaminate the bottle. Always
pour some solution into a small glass, cup, or other container, and
apply from this container. You don't have to throw out the
cotton ball, or pad after each application- just drop it in the
glass with the "DMSO.BZ" solution you poured out, until you are
going to apply it again later. If you want to be extra safe,
cover the container with some plastic wrap between applications.
I don't bother with this, but it is not a bad idea, as the DMSO can
absorb things from the air.
Within a few minutes you will notice the
solution being absorbed into the skin. If you do notice some
stinging (this may be accompanied by some redness), especially in
very tender areas, such as the neck and face, it usually goes away
in just a few minutes.
The sooner you apply the "DMSO.BZ" solution to
the injured area, after injury, the quicker the healing process can
begin, and some of the pain and tissue damage can actually be
curtailed, and much of the bruising eliminated.
After the initial application, an additional
application can be made after one half hour to one hour. You
can continue applying the solution thereafter, every hour, or
several hours, until the desired relief is obtained. This is
quite an individual thing, and varies from injury to injury and from
area to area, and, sometimes, even person to person. You can,
and will, experiment on yourself and you will shortly determine what
works for you. If you have chronic arthritis, or other pain,
you may end up using an application, or two, every day to ease the
pain, or keep the pain away entirely.
It would be hard to use too much
"DMSO.BZ" solution, as it is classified as one of the safest
products known. DMSO is naturally present in many of our food
products and it has even been conjectured that it most likely exists
naturally in human tissue. It is also stated that its
derivative, MSM is definitely found at the cellular level (see the
literature). If you use it too often on any given area, or rub
too hard, about the only problem you will incur is a little burning
and redness. After several days, though this is rare, except
in the most tender areas, you may also notice some of the surface
skin peeling, or flaking off, just like in mild sunburn.
Again, a small price to pay. Also, I am talking about
more sensitive areas, which are almost always above the shoulders,
unless you are very fair skinned, or you are one of the very very
rare individuals who are extra sensitive to DMSO, which I have
personally never heard about or met, but only read a reference to.
I have used the DMSO.BZ solution on all body areas, with the only
exception being intentionally putting it in my eyes. Almost
without exception, the only times it stings is occasionally when I
apply it to my neck or face, and that does not last long.
ITCHING: If you do
put it on too often, rub too hard, or use it on a very tender, thin
skinned area, and get the burning sensation and redness, you may
also notice some itching - yes, just like in a case of mild
sunburn. If this occurs you can use some pure, high quality,
skin cream, or plain old honey. If you use skin cream, just
make sure it does not have many chemical additives, as they will
also be absorbed into the skin, if you are continuing to apply the
"DMSO.BZ" solution. Another trick we learned, to stop the
itching, is to apply a little Mineral Ice, or similar product.
The itching stops in just a few minutes. We sell a really
discounted product like this for this purpose that is not greasy and
works great. .
HELPFUL HINT: This
also works great if you start to itch from dry weather or changes in
the weather- I have used this trick often and it really works great.
We have a very low priced, generic label product, called "Crystal
Ice, or Arctic Ice", which does the trick and is also available
If you have a headache you can apply the
"DMSO.BZ" solution to your temple areas and it may afford
relief. It has worked for me, and many others, however it does
not always work for everyone, or every time. The same goes for
migraine headaches. We are not making any claims that the
"DMSO.BZ" solution will cure your migraine headaches, but it is
worth a try, as it has worked for some, and does not work for
Always test the "DMSO.BZ"
solution on a small area first, just in case you are extra
Another thing you can do if your skin is
particularly sensitive to the solution (you are fair skinned, extra
sensitive to the sun, etc.), or if you are going to use it on a more
tender area (the neck and face), is to add a little filtered, or
distilled water, to the "DMSO.BZ" solution. This cuts down its
effectiveness somewhat but, unless you reduce the portion of DMSO to
less than 50%, it will still work. You may add up to 25%
distilled or filtered water to each portion of the "DMSO.BZ"
solution. This will cut down on any burning quite a bit, or
completely eliminate it, and yet still maintain much of the
effectiveness of the "DMSO.BZ" solution. However, the
more you dilute it, the more you will have to apply it, and the
longer it will take to become effective.
I've put the "DMSO.BZ" solution on
my neck and face a number of times (headache and sore neck at the
same time), full strength, and it does burn somewhat, sometimes more
than others. The burning isn't great, and does not last long,
and the end result is worth it. If it bothers you, just add
more of the water. Experiment. I have found that, even
if it burns when first applied, after you put it on a few times,
when treating the same injury, it does not hurt after the first two,
or so applications. The "DMSO.BZ" solution even stops the pain
from its own application. I have personally applied it all
over the body and about the only areas that are somewhat sensitive
are my face and neck, and I always us it full strength.
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