The Benefits of DMSO
Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) has shown some amazing health benefits in the research I’ve seen. DMSO is an effective pain killer, blocking nerve conduction ﬁbers that produce pain. It reduces inﬂammation and swelling by reducing inﬂammatory chemicals. It improves blood supply to an area of injury by dilating blood vessels and increasing delivery of oxygen and by reducing blood platelet stickiness. It stimulates healing, which is a key to its usefulness in any condition.
The Side Effects of DMSO
DMSO does have possible negative side effects such as skin reactions, headache, dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, breathing problems, vision problems, blood problems, and allergic reactions. Considering all these negative side effects and the fact that there hasn’t been enough research on this substance I’d recommend an alternative solution. Instead of merely blocking the pain I’d recommend finding the underlying causes of your pain and inflammation and correct them accordingly. You can start by implementing the proper diet and lifestyle changes necessary to promote healing as well as finding a highly skilled chiropractor. You need to find a corrective chiropractor that can analyze your spine and nervous system, identify the specific problems, and correct them accordingly. Make sure you find a chiropractor with the skills necessary to reshape the structure of the spine, restore normal biomechanics, and stimulate the nervous system to promote healing and normal function.
Here’s a video that’ll help you find the best possible chiropractor in your area:
Natural Pain Relief
Instead of taking DMSO, a potential harmful substance you can incorporate the following natural pain relievers which are effective and support the healing process:
Omega 3: powerful anti-inflammatory
Boswellia (Indian Frankincense): contains specific active anti-inflammatory ingredients.
Curcumin: reduced pain, blocks inflammatory pathways and increased mobility.
Cayenne Cream: helps alleviate pain by depleting your body’s supply of substance P, a chemical component of nerve cells that transmits pain signals to your brain.
Devil’s Claw (South African herb): decreases inflammatory pain
Vitamin D: vital for pain reduction mechanisms
Astaxanthin: one of the most effective fat-soluble antioxidants known and far more effective than anti-inflammatory drugs
Ginger: anti-inflammatory and pain relief
Bromelain: enzyme, found in pineapples, is a natural anti-inflammatory.
Cetyl Myristoleate (CMO): found in fish and dairy butter, acts as a “joint lubricant” and an anti-inflammatory