Has anyone ever heard of this?, rubbing a few drops of neat MMS (not activated) in the palms of the hands to relieve hand pain?
I often have a mild pain in my right hand from years of too much time spent on the computer using a mouse and also doing a lot of photography where I can spend hours taking photos - and all cameras are designed for the right hand.
I've been putting a few drops of MMS on my hand and rubbing it into the areas that are normally sore and it seems to help
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Nope, I've never heard of it but thanks for informing us. Maybe it helps with inflammation if used this way?
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Archer wrote: I often have a mild pain in my right hand from years of too much time spent on the computer using a mouse
Get a tennis ball and squeeze it repeatedly in your hand. Do this several times a day. Will strengthen and help heal the hand and also prevents the injured "mouse hand". And would probably help to add some DMSO (and water) to the MMS. Should increase effect.
Thanks for the suggestion but the actual pain comes from simply touching the skin on the pads of my right palm, i.e. the parts directly below the fingers - which are the parts in contact with a computer mouse
I have recently bought a right handed mouse which has helped a bit.
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