DMSO: A Key Part of Your Natural First Aid Kit

I’m Dr. Stephen Daniel of Quantum Techniques and today I want to discuss a great product called DMSO, which stands for dimethyl sulfoxide. It is a byproduct of the wood pulping industry, and it’s the ultimate penetrating agent. If you’d like to read about it, there’s a great book by Dr. Morton Walker called DMSO: Nature’s Healer. DMSO can be purchased many places, including eBay, feed stores and most health food stores.

I’ll begin with a specific example: if you have toenail fungus put a drop of iodine on the toenail, followed by a drop of DMSO.  The DMSO takes the iodine deep into the tissue, which will get rid of the fungal infection

In Hawaii staph infections are very common. We always have a little glass bottle with a sprayer with about 80-90% liquid silver and the rest DMSO, which we spray on any bite or cut. As a side note, when you add DMSO to any liquid it’s going to turn hot; not boiling, but it will be warm for a few minutes. That is a natural chemical reaction, so don’t be concerned about it. So if you have silver in a bottle, adding DMSO to it will cause it to feel warm for five minutes, but there is no need for concern.

If you’ve got a bad sinus infection you can put colloidal silver over your sinus cavities followed by a little DMSO, which is the carrier, and will take the silver deep into those tissues and kill the infection. If you have periodontal disease, you can use silver and DMSO as a mouth rinse, and it will stop it in its tracks.

As always, be sure to test to make sure that the silver and DMSO are safe for you to use. If it tests good for you, it is a great item to have in your own personal medicine cabinet.

Wishing you a blessed day of healing from Quantum Techniques.

About Stephen Daniel Ph.D.

Dr. Stephen Daniel obtained a Ph.D. in clinical psychology from Rosemead Graduate School of Professional Psychology in 1981. He practiced as a psychotherapist and then as a psychologist for 22 years prior to retiring as a psychologist to help develop Quantum Techniques and work in bioenergetic medicine full time. During his years as a psychologist he held a proficiency by the American Psychological Association in treating addictive disorders, was advanced-level trained in EMD/R, was a consultant in clinical hypnosis with the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, and held a Diplomate-Fellow status in psychopharmacology as well as being boarded as a specialist in trauma medicine. Dr. Daniel practices Quantum Techniques as an ordained minister and as a Chaplain. Dr. Daniel was the fifth person ever trained by Dr. Roger Callahan in Voice Technology. He is a conference presenter on the EFT series on chronic illness. He is advanced level trained in NAET by Dr. Nambudripad, and Level 3 trained in TBM by Dr. Victor Frank. Dr. Daniel has Master's level training in Neurolink as well. He is a Licensed Scientific Investigator of the Institute of Technical Energy Medicine, using Resonant Field Imaging. He is trained in using Heart Rate Variability Instrumentation as well as Heartmath. In addition, he has studied and developed expertise in Field Control Therapy, Chinese medicine, and Dr. West's lymphatic work. Dr. Daniel is the founding member of QT and lives with his wonderful wife and healer Beth on the island of Maui, Hawaii.


  1. Jeniffier Provalenko

    I’ve been reading a lot about DMSO and CS are you able to ingest these two together? I was reading that you should not take DMSO orally as it messes up your stomach lining (is there any truth to this) If so, Is there a recipe that you could share. I have oral Lichen planus And was wondering if you had any luck or patients who had used this for their treatment or mouth wash? Thanks I look forward to hearing from you. Do you have any other recommendations?

    • The following reply is from Dr. Daniel: I only use the DMSO and silver topically, it doesn’t test good orally. I’m not directly familiar with lichen planus. I activate 7 drops of MMS in one ounce of water, rinse my mouth and swallow it without any issues, but it doesn’t test good to use with the lichen.

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