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DMSO and Spur Explanations?

Posted by Clare (Austin, TX) on 02/18/2007

A small question. I have read the various postings for the healing of bone spurs and I am a bit confused. What do all these abbreviations,i.e., DMSO, stand for? I recently began to suffer from the painful, bony protrusions, and any help would be much appreciated. Thank you.

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
384 posts

Dear Clare; DMSO is dimethylsulfoxide, which is a natural material found in wood pulp. Its penetration powers can go through the skin and acts as a carrier. It must be understood that the cause of bone spurs is primarily a fungus like organism or mycobacterium. The formation of bone spurs take several years to form as a result of these organisms. The method of treatment is to apply antifungal aromatherapy oils, such as lavender and tea tree oil for example are used and perhaps mixed with DMSO to help penetration. However, it must be applied frequent enough such as 5-10 times per day and it takes months to see improvement as it takes years to form. Long term, perhaps twice weekly or more dose of borax of a pinch to help kill long term forming fungus which causes the bone spurs. Bone spurs, elephantitis, arthritis, osteoporosis are all partly due to fungus issues. The body responds by rejecting its own tissue or damages tissue and forms protrusions so it can get rid of it, the same is also true for endometriosis. Most "incurable" diseases are actually based on a very simple principles and treatment is relatively straightforward.

By understanding its cause, we now know antifungal supplements such as borax (boron), chromium, tungsten, molybdenum, copper, and zinc are helpful against fungus. Immune raising minerals such as iodine are also supportive and helpful. Alkalizing the blood also tends to kill fungus as it is thrives in a slightly acidic environment.