Is there a substitute for DMSO I can use to treat my hand?

Hello Dr. Herazy,

I am researching the therapies you are recommending. Since I am allergic to Sulfa drugs I probably do not want to use DMSO. Assuming I can tolerate the topical E and the CP Serum is there another carrier oil or gel that I could use instead of the DMSO? Maybe Jojoba oil or olive oil?

Thank you

Diane B


Greetings Diane,

Although it is not as good as DMSO for the purpose of driving the topical E and Super CP Serum copper peptides into the Dupuytren palm nodule and cord tissue, you can use Emu oil for this purpose.    The emu is a bird from New Zealand and Australia.  Oil from this bird has some tissue penetrating properties and can be used also.   TRH

2 thoughts on “Is there a substitute for DMSO I can use to treat my hand?

  1. Nikita says:

    Hi Diane,
    Don’t know how old the Dupuytren’s contracture question is, but I can’t help myself, I have to comment ! Being very allergic to sulfa drugs myself ,( I could die if I consume such a chemical drug) the word here is *sulfa drug*, I find there is absolutely no bad reactions to either DMSO or MSM,either internally or externally, both being derived from a natural source of biological sulpher, actually the left overs from paper making(simplistically). Having used both products extensively for over 10years, there is no cause for concern on my behalf what so ever. As a topical transporter I know nothing that can equal DMSO & to a lesser degree ,MSM. DMSO & MSM are not sulfa drugs, rather they are helpful in many ways like Dupuytren’s contracture.

    Kind regards,

  2. Dr.Herazy says:

    Greetings Nikita,

    Thanks for your thoughtful and informative reply to Diane about using DMSO for Dupuytren’s contracture topical treatment. TRH

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