Original recipe by Dr. Hartmut Fischer (Dermatologist) - Mix: 60% DMSO, 40% Magnesium oil - This product can be used in various applications : on the skin it will ensure deep penetration of magnesium which has a relaxing actions on muscles to avoid cramps.
It is suggested that the use of DMSO and Magnesium Oil together as a protocol both ingested and topically can rapidly decalcify arteries, joints, glands and organs. Calcification is a major problem for humans who eat meat, dairy, processed foods & processed sugars.
DMSO has liquid or solid/crystal state! Above 18.5˚C (65.3˚F), DMSO has liquid state, below the temperature, it has solid/crystal state. In case of the crystal state of matter, you can put it in a wide container or pot with hot water (not boiling) and close it down if possible.
Ingredients: DMSO 99,9% (Ph. Eur.), Magnesium chloride 12% (Ph. Eur., USP, FCC), distilled water
- Glass bottle incl. pipette
- Made in EU
- Packed in strong & hard heavy-duty cardboard tube : ideal protection for traveling and journeys.
this product can be used for ingestion or on the skin ; a bit of research needed for optimal use - please read teh following :
The six application rules of DMSO:
For the practical use of DMSO, six simple rules should be followed:
- Storage: DMSO has to be stored at room temperature.
- No contact with synthetic materials: If possible there should be no contact between DMSO and synthetic surfaces during storage, measurement and application.
- Concentration: DMSO is not applied in undiluted form. It should be diluted with water first.
- Cleanliness: When used externally, the skin has to be cleansed first.
- Skin irritations: The typical tingling, itching or burning sensation during external application can be stopped at any time by washing the affected skin.
- Odour development: Depending on the quantity applied, a sulfide smell in the exhaled breath may be clearly noticed and is due to metabolic processes.
To 1.) DSMO liquefies at a room temperature of over 18,5 °C. Should it be stored in a colder place, it becomes solid in the bottle and is not ready for immediate use. It must then be liquefied again in a water bath /bain-marie or on a heater.
To 2.) DMSO interacts with synthetic surfaces of all sorts, including furniture varnishes, PVC flooring, synthetic leather, synthetic fiber textiles etc. Often these materials are quickly dissolved – stains and discolorations occur. Even worse, when DMSO is kept in plastic measuring or storage containers, it dissolves out the plasticizers, colors and production additives they contain. Certainly no one wants to have such substances on one’s skin or in the digestive tract or bloodstream. Therefore, application aids made of glass, porcelain or metal should be used. An exception is the so-called HD-Polyethylene, a plastic material which is produced without plasticizers. Bottles made of HDPE are therefore suitable for the storage of DMSO.
To 3.) Dimethyl sulfoxide can be bought in open bottles, normally as a 99,8% pure substance. However, it is applied in the form of dilutions in the range of approx. 75 % (for example externally on the foot) down to 1% (for eye drops). Exceptions are the spot application of pure DMSO on warts, aphthae, furuncles, etc. by means of a wooden cotton swab. All dilutions can be easily prepared by oneself. The easiest way is to use pure water. However, using the well-known magnesium chloride parent solution or brine has proven to be very effective. To achieve this, 35 grams of magnesium salt (MgCl2 – Hexahydrate) must be dissolved in one liter of water. This parent solution then serves as dilution liquid for DMSO.
Example: You want to prepare for external use on the elbow joint a 60% DMSO solution. You therefore mix in a glass 6 portions of DMSO with 4 portions of this magnesium chloride solution. Measuring is most easily done with a metal teaspoon or scale markings on the glass. The smallest possible amount can be achieved mixing single drops of both liquids, for instance in a porcelain eggcup. This is recommended for individual application on wounds or also for ear or nose drops. From many practical user experiences, the following concentrations for various treatment objectives have proven effective:
75% externally on feet/legs as well as for the selected application on warts, aphthae, furuncles and so on;
50% externally on body, arms, throat;
25% externally on the face or head and also as ear or nose drops or mouth rinse;
15% in a sterile form for subcutaneous or intramuscular injections;
1% as eye drops.