Do you mean 70/30 DMSO/Iodine? Or 70% concentration DMSO? I’m assuming the latter but what’s your reasoning for that? I was assuming that we wanted the most pure form available, with the fewest possible unknown additives. I thought I’d read that in the big DMSO iodine thread… But regardless I don’t mess around with DMSO anymore for a few reasons, it’s just too aggressive a substance for my comfort zone, and I feel that I’m getting good results without it anyway. I think daily DMSO application for any extended time frame could be a very bad idea. Someone somewhere put forward the idea that we really don’t know how effective it is at breaking down collagenous structures, and if it’s too good at that, that we might potentially be able to slowly undifferentiate crucial tissue structures or collagen fiber orientations beyond what would be helpful. But don’t take my word for it. I can’t remember the source of any of that info.
Iodine is used externally as a disinfectant. It kills bacteria, fungi, etc. But it’s quite harsh to skin. It dries it out. I wouldn’t use iodine on my skin unless to heal a wound. Iodine’s lower concentrations are made just by adding water, no mysterious additives. I don’t think Iodine improves skin layers, tissues, never heard of that…
Some use iodine internally, it might affect some hormone levels and metabolic activities.
To improve EQ I would always first improve pelvic floor muscles and internally head for remedies improving blood circulation, as Ginseng and Ginkgo. There are more specific ones, mentioned in posts throughout the forum.
Good to hear, that the problem is obviously no particular injury, but rather a general EQ problem, and that you are on the way to improve.