What is the correct way to take Scar-X, enzymes and use DMSO for my Dupuytrens?

For 5 or 10 minutes before and after applying scar x I do not have food or drink and have had nothing to eat for 2 hours but after waiting for 5 or 10 minutes I need to take some liquid to swallow the enzymes (Neprinol, Nattokinase and Fibrozym). In most situations drinking black coffee or tea is still considered OK for an empty stomach, but are they OK to use as a way to take enzymes? Also it seems that I need to apply the DMSO and E in the palm of my hand not just on the contracted finger and massage both areas.  Is that the correct procedure?

 

Greetings,

When you ask about “applying” Scar-X it sounds like you are applying it to the skin, and not placing it under the tongue to be absorbed.  The correct way to take Scar-X is by placing approximately 10 drops under the tongue and leaving it there for about 30 seconds.   All of this is explained in the instructions that come with your order of Scar-X.  If you are not using the Scar-X in this way, please read again the instructions that you were given with your order. 

Yes, you can use black coffee or tea to help you swallow any of the therapies that must be swallowed, since these two liquids represent no food value to the body.

The DMSO you are using should be applied directly over all abnormal fibrous tissue, not only in the finger but also on the palm of the hand.  When you say that you massage the DMSO and vitamin E into the area where you are applying it, you are not doing it correctly.  Again, all of this is explained in the instructions that come with your order of DMSO.  All you have to do is to quickly apply a thin layer of vitamin E and then DMSO, using anywhere from 1-3 drops of each, by running the tip of your finger over the area of contracted tissue.   Massaging is not only unnecessary, but it can reduce the amount DMSO and vitamin E that is available to the area of involvement because the prolonged contact of the tip of your finger will cause the DMSO and vitamin E to go into the tip of your finger where it is not needed.  Please read again the instructions  for DMSO that you were given with your order.  TRH

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