DMSO Uses in Dogs
Posted by Rhonda Jewel on Aug 18, 2021
DMSO is a natural compound, an unassuming by-product of the wood industry. It has been called a “miracle” treatment, has been shown to alleviate pain, reduce swelling, decrease inflammation, incite healing, and restore normal functioning overall.
It is closely related to MSM which is well known for its anti-inflammatory benefits and pain relief. MSM is typically taken orally and also can be absorbed through the skin. The difference is DMSO is mostly used as a topical product and is mostly just applied to the skin and used in eyes as well diluted with colloidal silver for ulcers and cataracts. See our DMSO Eye Drops here: Cataract & Eye Ulcer Drops
DMSO is a colorless liquid that became known for its ability to penetrate skin and other membranes and bring deeper healing to those areas where it is applied.
- DMSO—dimethyl sulfoxide-Miracle Worker?
- DMSO has been found very effective in the treatment of many incapacitating illnesses and health-issues.
- DMSO is currently being studied as an alternative cure for innumerable inflammatory conditions as well as for cancer.
- DMSO is one of the safest natural compounds to have been used in medicine in the last century. In countries all around the globe, medical doctors use DMSO to treat a wide range of conditions.
- DMSO: Nature’s Healer, book, by Dr. Walker – he mentions documented cases of DMSO amazing results in preventing and healing a multitude of health conditions.After publishing his results way back in 1963, DMSO treatment and research took off like crazy. It makes sense rationally, that an ingredient that can inhibit scar tissue from forming, could also be able to dissolve any present scar tissue- or at least soften it. With this ability DMSO proved to be a wonder compound.
DMSO has also been used to clear cataracts, macular degeneration and glaucoma of the eyes. Which was another huge plus for the use of DMSO for people as well as pets.
DMSO Uses in Dogs-Why is it so effective?
Sulfur is found in all the cells of our own and our pets’ bodies. Sulphur is very much an indispensable element. It is needed for several chemical reactions involved in the detoxification of the body.
DMSO is an very useful pain killer, as it helps to block nerve transmission ﬁbers that produce pain. It also lessens inﬂammation and swelling by eradicating inﬂammatory chemicals in the tissues. It is also useful for infection and killing pathogens deeper within the body in conjunction with colloidal silver.
As long as pathogens are within a cell, they are:
Extremely difficult to reach as they hide in places that medicines cannot reach
Keep the cell from resuming its normal, high vibe state.
This is where DMSO becomes so esteemed.
With its capability to increase cell penetrability, DMSO can take the colloidal silver into the interior of your pet’s cells, where these nasty pathogens hide out.
Once transported through the cell barrier by the DMSO, the colloidal silver can destroy pathogens skulking around and hiding out within.
This Awe-inspiring Duo - COLLOIDAL SILVER AND DMSO targets microbes like a guided missile would.
DMSO and Colloidal Silver work so potently in combination that R. Webster Kehr, author of the original guide to the treatment protocol, described the duo as “designed by a higher power to target cancer cells like a guided missile.”
helps to alleviate pain of an affected area by blocking that pain.
It also helps to heal and reduce inflammation in that painful area pretty rapidly. Several allopathic veterinarians as well as Holistic vets are known to prescribe DMSO for dogs with chronic pain, arthritis, various injuries, muscle pain, inflamed tendons and swelling.
Not only is DMSO a wonderful natural anti-inflammatory, it also relaxes the muscles, helps to dilate blood vessels and increase urine output. It also has some anti-fungal properties as well.
Arthritis is one health concern we see it used for alot - With its ability to penetrate deeply in the body’s tissues, DMSO is great for reducing pain and inflammation in arthritis.
DMSO is also used topically to reduce pain and hasten the healing of wounds, burns, and muscle and skeletal injuries. DMSO is also used topically to treat a number of other painful conditions.
Strains and sprains - DMSO offers quick elimination of pain and increases flexibility when used topically. It passes through the membranes of the skin and works rapidly to reduce swelling and inflammation.
How to Use DMSO for Dogs
Apply DMSO with a gauze pad, cotton swab or cotton gloves as the liquid penetrates into whatever it touches. Apply right on to the inflamed areas but not open skin. It is best to use a roll on if possible.
One warning is your dogs’ breath might smell a bit garlicky after application, but if you use the pharmaceutical grade DMSO is is typically not an issue. You can also get it in roller form here: DMSO Dimethyl Sulfoxide Pharma Grade 3 oz Roll on in BPA Free Container 99.995% Non Diluted, Odorless
While applying it you will notice an immediate heating sensation within the area and can often feel the heat increasing through the cotton gauze or glove. That is normal. It does tingle and have a slight burning/itching sensation for a few minutes after first being applied.
Apply 1-3 times a day depending on the need
One major benefit of DMSO for dogs is it’s applied topically, reducing the need for oral NSAIDs that can negatively affect your pet’s stomachs and organs.