DMSO Gel has a variety of applications, including pain treatment for autoimmune diseases and arthritis, as well as an industrial solvent.
Who is DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz for?
Why use DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz?
Features of DMSO Gel: 90% pure Free of acetone and pyrogens Reduces joint swelling and inflammation
How does DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz work?
In horses, DMSO, also known as dimethyl sulfoxide, is often used to minimize joint swelling and inflammation. It works as a pain reliever by inhibiting the pain-producing nerve conduction fibers. Most injuries heal faster with DMSO, which is devoid of acetone and pyrogens.
How is DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz sold?
16 oz container
What are the side effects of DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz?
Most often, any adverse reactions are local. Although frustrating and bothersome, they are usually non-severe. Following local application, the animal may experience temporary erythema and associated burning or smarting. Erythema and vesiculation are self-limiting and reversible, and they are not suggest that treatment should be discontinued. Short-lived, non-severe skin dryness and oyster-like breath odor may also occur. In some cases, changes in eye lens refractive index or nuclear cataracts have occurred, which are thought to be associated with treatment dosage and duration.
What special precautions are there?
In case of eye contact, use copious amounts of water to flush. Wash your hands thoroughly after handling the product. Avoid contact with clothing, skin, and eyes. The skin could become irritated after exposure to this product. Keep out of the reach of children.
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store DMSO Gel 99% 16 oz?
Keep stored in a cool and dry environment
Use for no more than 30 days. Apply no more than 100 grams. 2 to 3 times per day, liberally apply on horses. Apply topically to the skin in the afflicted regions. Off-label usage is defined as using this product for purposes other than as a solvent. Before using this product on an animal or a human, consult a veterinarian or physician. This medicine is intended to be administered topically to help relieve trauma-related edema. To apply, use gloves. Follow the advice of your veterinarian.