DMSO Questions

I the dmso you sell a “pharmaceutical” grade or “industrial” grade?

How is the dmso applied and in what amount?

Greetings,

The DMSO is  of a pharmaceutical grade from the oldest medical DMSO source in the U.S., still operated by Stanley Jacobs, MD, who did the original research at the Washington State School of Medicine on the medical use of DMSO in the late 1950s.   Dr. Jacobs is in his 90s and still teaches and works in the laboratory at the medical school.  We use his Dusa Sal formula that he recommends for Dupuytren contracture.

The Dusa Sal DMSO is applied to the hand directly over the palm nodule and cord formations, usually just a few drops per application.   In additional to the Dusa Sal we recommend that you also use vitamin E oil and a copper peptide at the same time.    When you get Dusa Sal from DCI you will receive a detailed instructional sheet of information in your order so that you know exactly how to apply the DMSO and related therapies.    TRH

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4 Responses to “DMSO Questions”
  1. chet showalter says:

    I have both dupuytren’s contracture and peyronies disease. Do you have suggestions for a treatment plan that encompasses both?

  2. Ambros Prechtl says:

    How does one best store DMSO — room temperature… in the fridge? How long does it keep?

  3. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Ambrose,

    DMSO, regardless if you are going to use the PMD or Dusa Sal type to treat your Dupuytren’s contracture, is best stored at room temperature. It will harden if it is stored at a cool temperature, as in the refrigerator. Any DMSO product we sell is fresh by no more than a month or two from manufacture, and will last for several years. TRH

  4. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Chet,

    Thanks for your interesting question. I am sure this question occurs to a lot of people who have both problems, so I am pleased to be given a chance to present a few interesting ideas I have in this area.

    Actually, there is no way to stop or alter how the distribution of vitamins, minerals and enzymes will ultimately be directed in your body if you have both Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease. The internal chemistry goes where the body takes it, and where the body takes it depends on what the body needs at that moment. This action is not random (like pouring water on sand), but intelligently guided by a process that is still not fully understood (like the complex activity of bees in a hive). Thus, if you are you are treating Dupuytren’s contracture with internal Alt Med you cannot help but also treat your Peyronie’s disease; and if you have multiple health problems in addition to your DC or PD the intelligence of your body might take your DC or PD therapies to areas and problems you might not intend.

    I have held the philosophy for many years that the innate wisdom of the body will control and direct where the nutrients of the body will be sent in health as well as in disease. If this is a concept that makes sense to you, then you understand if a person has many current health issues and a lot of concurrent fibrous tissue buildup as part of prior healing (many prior injuries, multiple sites of arthritis, several surgeries, old chronic disease such as asthma, cataracts, hepatitis, etc.) there are many places in the body that can compete for the vitamins, minerals and enzymes that you might be taking for the self-treatment of your Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease. This could easily explain why some people have to take such high dosages of the vitamins, minerals and enzymes that they use – they are being integrated and consumed throughout the body, in addition to their Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease. And this could easily be the explanation why so many people have such slow progress or seemingly no progress – they are actually healing, recuperating or responding slowly to so many health issues of a higher priority that their body does not utilize the nutrients where you think they should go, but where they have to go to preserve life. While anyone who has Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease knows these are terrible conditions to live with, they must admit they are not life threatening as would be asthma, high blood pressure, cancer, or hundreds of other health problems that can threaten life. An intelligent innate capacity would demand that the health problems of higher importance are addressed first and foremost. I think this philosophical concept explains a lot of the vagaries of what happens when we try to help ourselves heal that it should be kept firmly in mind.

    In a case where there are only Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease to deal with, since these problems are so similar in the way they affect the body and how the body lays down fibrous tissue in these two problems, almost all the treatment requirements we have identified so far are used essentially the same. Vitamin E, PABA, acetyl-L-carnitine, MSM, L-arginine, all the proteolytic enzymes plus others are used in both problems; even the stretching principles and ultrasound can be applied in the same way to just a different part of the body.

    For this reason it often times happens that those men who have both Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease will notice that their recovery will almost always to be slower, and that their recovery will typically not follow an even or equal rate of recovery between the two problems. By this I mean they will report that only one problem will progress at a time, with the other lagging behind. In these cases of multiple health problems it is almost a rule that the dosages will need to be overall higher than if there was just one problem going on, as though the dosages were being used up or distributed in so many areas that a larger store is needed to do any good.

    Further, there are local treatments like ultrasound, DMSO and the Super CP copper serum with vitamin E trio that are applied together, plus stretching, Genesen Acutouch treatment, and heat packs that would certainly be applied to the local areas of involvement depending on where your Dupuytren’s contracture and Peyronie’s disease is affecting you. These local external treatments would be applied to both problems as needed.
    Thanks for the opportunity to get these ideas and information out to you. TRH

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