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Katynoyesparker;57569 wrote: Vehicles like oils? I’m not sure what you mean…thanks
DMSO is one of them.! It is cheap..!
Why you don’t add Clotrimazole to this formula. Make your own cream.! Ibuprofen is also antifungal and anti-inflammatory.
This is our best topical ibuprofen formula.
First, purchase ibuprofen, either generic or branded, such as Advil, in GEL caps. You can also use naproxen (Aleve) GEL caps if you want. Forget aspirin.
Poke a hole in the gel cap with a sturdy pin (or cut with sharp scissors or razor blade) and squeeze out the contents into a common skin lotion of your own choice. Vaseline Intensive Care lotion works well. Mix together thoroughly and apply topically to the area of pain.
Make it up fresh each time. Keep in mind that this is a real medicine. It is not a crappy four hour topical pain relief product. For some people, a single application of this formulation alleviates their pain for days.
You should experiment on yourself to find the right dose for your needs. Begin with one gel cap mixed with one tablespoon of skin cream. You can always add another gel cap if you need a stronger dose, or use two tablespoons of lotion if you need a lower dose. However, DO NOT apply the contents of the gel cap directly to the skin. It is too strong. It must be mixed with a skin lotion.
In the US, we can purchase 99% pure DMSO in health food stores and off the Net. To enhance the effects of the ibuprofen, add a few drops (with an eye dropper) of DMSO to the tablespoon of lotion/ibuprofen. This will enhance the penetration of the ibuprofen into the skin. If you cannot get DMSO, add a few drops of orange oil to the lotion. Orange oil, sold in all health food stores, enhances the penetration of products through the skin.
There you have it. Feedback is invited. This simple formulation really does alleviate arthritic and muscle pain.
Stephen Martin, Ph.D
Chief Scientist, Grouppe Kurosawa