I would like to add a couple of pointers that may help with your DMSO journey. First; Yes! your probably experience a detox effect and also reoccurring an inflammatory response which always seems worst when it returns then when it went away!
DMSO has a very strong anti-inflammatory action and why it works so good on things like arty and bursitis. Which is why Edoc’s daily routine would be more effective because not only is it lessening the pain it also is fixing the problem and the patient is not going to experience to ups and downs of the pain cycle.
Your extended application periods allow this to reoccur and probably take a extended if at all, time to really heal the problem!
Next is the detox factor.
I’m sure you have tried to eliminate any signs of heavy metals from your diet but the most over looked problem maker is right in your bathroom.
Yep! Get your deodorant out and read the ingredients on the container.
If your using a antiperspirant you are giving yourself a Daily dose of aluminum that gets absorbed thru your skin. After a year of usage we have seen blood levels kicking the high end. This usually starts showing it’s ugly head as rises in PSA levels. From there things usually start getting worse.
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