Well, hopefully you understand by now that there is no one formula for bowel tolerance (e.g. http://www.orthomed.com/titrate.htm). Determining individual bowel tolerance is tricky, and reaching it still may not indicate the requirement for vitamin C as been met (i.e., the lack of vitamin C in the blood stream.)
As far as using ascorbic acid as a "monotherapy," Mourne, I personally suspect the [ill-]health of a person's GI tract could very well be a limiting factor.I have seen many cancers now respond dramatically and/or completely resolve with IVC, sodium ascorbate powder, chronically pushed to bowel tolerance, and relatively low doses of liposome-encapsulated vitamin C (3 to 6 grams/packets daily). All these forms of vitamin C as monotherapy have achieved these dramatic results. That said, the more forms you take of vitamin C, in the highest tolerable/affordable doses, the better. [emphasis mine]
I am [and remain] what Eric Hoffer would call a "True Believer" [where daily Bowel Tolerance doses of ascorbic acid are concerned]! I say: Saturate one's tissues [via keeping one's bloodstream "maxed out"], and there is simply no better protection from any-and-all "foreign invaders" to/in one's body.
That's the beauty and "magic" of the Bowel Tolerance method of dosage determination, Mourne. You let your body indicate to you how much it wants, and therefore needs, via its Bowel Tolerance reaction. For instance, Dr. Levy speculated that a person might even need more than 500 grams per day [depending upon the severity of their (ebola) symptoms].Mourne wrote:In your opinion, in a situation like that specific one, would one person have to take all the 500 grams in order to beat that disease?
I'll let Dr. Cathcart answer that directly and specifically:Mourne wrote:if i don't reach bowel tolerance threshold will I still suffer from internal hemorrage?
I hope that helps, Mourne, as "grist for your mill.""The clinical symptoms of...diseases and other conditions...are markedly ameliorated only as bowel tolerance dose levels (the amount that almost, but not quite, causes diarrhea) are approached." [emphasis mine]
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