Cytonic & Omnia Products – Autism Feedback

We do not claim our products “cure” or “treat” autism.  How our clients apply our products is completely up to them.  The following anecdotal evidence has been received from parents that  found Cytonic products helped alleviate some comorbidities of autism, enabling their children to function better. We are still on two drops at night this week. We had a happier child this week and she was more social this week with us (her parents) and her older brother. Seeking us out to engage in echolalia conversation-she scripts back and forth but she…

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DMSO can reverse stroke damage months or years after the onset

DMSO should probably be used in the treatment of all stroke patients. DMSO has a number of properties that make it valuable in treating any problem involving the brain. One very important property of DMSO is the ability to cross the blood-brain barrier. It is one of the few products to cross this protective barrier. The blood-brain barrier serves as a protective mechanism that exists between circulating blood and the brain. It protects the brain from substances which are toxic to brain tissue. There is normally an accumulation of water in the…

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‘Miracle cure’ controversy and why people should use DMSO for cancer, inflammation and more

(NaturalNews) DMSO (dimethyl sulfoxide) is a natural product from trees that relieves muscle and joint pain, treats bladder inflammation and protects healthy cells from cancer and chemotherapy drugs. DMSO was on track to becoming a major cancer treatment and promising cure for other ailments until it was shut down in 1960s due to ridiculous "safety" concerns that may not have even related to DMSO usage. This inexpensive, natural substance was merely another victim of the drug companies' greed; the companies that work to discredit any readily available, cheap cure. However, DMSO did…

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