Healing for Back and Arthritis Pain
Dimethyl Sulfoxide (DMSO) has been used for years among professional athletes to treat muscle related sports injuries. Now anyone who suffers from arthritis, back pain,, circulation problems, tissue damage and degenerative diseases, fibromyalgia, poor circulation can benefit from the natural anti-inflammatory properties of DMSO.
Source of Organic Sulfur
DMSO is a rich source of organic sulfur. This is a mineral, non-metallic sulfur compound, which occurs widely in nature. When salt rich ocean water vaporizes, it is oxidized into DMSO. It then dissolves in atmospheric moisture, caught in the clouds and falls to the earth when it rains or snows. Garlic is widely considered a powerful healing agent predominantly because of the sulfur in it. Dimethyl Sulfoxide is effective for the same reason. In fact this colorless, oily-feeling liquid has a garlic-like odor because of its sulfur.
- DMSO Therapy is a natural anti-inflammatory solution for pain, circulation problems, tissue damage and degenerative diseases, fibromyalgia, arthritis, back pain, poor circulation.
- DMSO has been used by professional athletes for decades to heal muscle injuries, and to stop muscle pain.
- DMSO helps to reduce the swelling, which is a result of inflammation of tissues and cartilages that have been injured.DMSO reduces inflammation and stimulates wound healing by acting as natural anti-bacterial, anti-viral, anti-fungal, and, therefore, anti-inflammatory substance.
- DMSO helps to heal muscles by enhancing the transport of minerals across cell membranes to improve their absorption.
Our DMSO Intravenous (IV) Therapy
After checking your blood work to see if you are a candidate for DMSO Treatment, we will administer a DMSO IV treatment. The therapy is administered by a qualified RN or MD will not take up much of your time. You may be asked to come back for a follow up visit to make sure the treatment is delivering results.
Q&A About DMSO:
Why does the body need sulfur?
The body uses sulfur to continually create new healthy cells to replace old ones. Without it, the body will produce weak dysfunctional cells. Sulfur is needed to maintain cell membrane permeability.This is important for detoxification: to ensure, that nutrients are delivered into the cells, and toxins and waste products can exit the cells. Sulfur is essential for the formation and maintenance of connective tissue, to combat inflammation, support a strong healthy immune system.
What happens when we don”t have enough sulfur?
Sulfur deficiencies are common as it is lost in food processing. Sulfur deficiencies are associated with: slow wound healing, scar tissue, brittle nails, brittle hair, gastrointestinal problems, inflammation, lung dysfunction, immune dysfunction, arthritis, acne, rashes, depression, memory loss.
Are There Other Benefits to DMSO?
Yes. DMSO can assist in Heavy Metal Detoxification. Heavy metals ( mercury, lead, aluminum, cadmium, arsenic, nickel ) are very difficult to detoxify from, and they are the root of many diseases.Sulfur is a mineral and a major ingredient of certain amino acids, which bind with minerals or heavy metals. Body drops heavy metals for minerals, which in this case would be sulfur. Amino acids substitute sulfur for toxic heavy metals, bind with them, and eliminate them via urination, defecation and sweating.Also, DMSO is efficient at scavenging free radicals. It is perfect anti-oxidant.
Can DMSO Help with Arthritis Pain?
The fact that DMSO is getting rid of bacteria and viruses, and able to bring down the swelling, inflammation and pain in tissues makes it easier to understand why this sulfur compound is useful in the treatment of arthritis and other related diseases. Clinical studies and patient results have demonstrated that DMSO used to alleviate the causes and symptoms of arthritic inflammation have been very successful.
Synergism With Other Supplements
DMSO is able to move through cell membranes with extreme ease. Since this chemical is also easily binds with so many other chemicals, it is able to transport supplements more efficiently into the cells where are needed. Because of this, the effectiveness of supplements is increased, and lower doses can be possibly used.