SpradOx (contains DMSO) found to be effective for muscle sprains

After some months of struggling with a hamstring injury which caused me constant pain – even when walking briskly – and severely limited my efforts at physical exercise, I was given some pharmaceutical grade DMSO to try in the form of a product called SpradOx.

It was several weeks before I even bothered to try it, since I was very sceptical, and I was also a little put off by some of the information I found on the internet regarding DMSO. Eventually however, I tried rubbing some in one evening when sitting around at home watching TV. I was amazed that within a few minutes the dull ache that I had been constantly feeling disappeared and I was able to walk about without discomfort. I tried playing squash later that week – something I had stopped for about 6 weeks in an effort to ‘get my leg right’. I used SpradOx just before playing and felt no twinges of pain during the game at all.

Now, some of the information I had read concerning DMSO highlighted its ability to block pain – so I was a bit nervous that I had simply masked the pain, and had done more damage to my hamstring, extending my recovery time even further, and I fully expected to be in excruciating pain once the effects wore off – but that NEVER happened. I am left to theorize that since DMSO carries oxygen into the muscle tissue that it promotes healing. I have not had trouble with my hamstring since.

SpradOx can be purchased online from www.spradox.com

One Response to “SpradOx (contains DMSO) found to be effective for muscle sprains”

  1. Wendy Holmes says:

    Further information on DMSO can be found at http://www.dmso.net.nz

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