DMSO

DMSO - Food Grade Industrial Solvent in brown glass bottle

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With over 40,000 articles on its chemistry published in respected scientific journals and 11,000 articles written on its medical and clinical applications,  DMSO was approved and continues to be used by medical doctors throughout 125 countries around the world including Canada, Great Britain, Germany, and Japan. The range of conditions for which DMSO is used is wide and varied beginning with interstitial cystitis, as a preservative of organs intended for transplant.pain, inflammation, gout, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, sports injuries, back pain, fibromyalgia, and scleroderma, stroke, and it has even been found to relieve intercranial pressure caused by closed head injuries.

DMSO is commonly used by athletes & veterinarians use it on animals especially dogs & horses.

There is much information on the internet about the healing benefits of DMSO.

In New Zealand, medical grade DMSO is a prescription medicine. To comply with NZ law, even though the DMSO we are selling is human food grade, we are selling DMSO specifically as an industrial solvent. Like its near relative, turpentine, it will dissolve and remove paint from the wall.

To comply with NZ law, we cannot give any advice or recommendations on human use.

 

 

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