Mixing Dmso

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detlef Says:

My wife and I want to use dmso and have heard that it would help to mix carbamide with the dmso and water but do not know how much carbamide to mix in with it

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Verwon Says:

Sorry, this site is not here to provide advice on using drugs illicitly, thank you.

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