VITAMIN C Therapy

Physician Reference and discussion of the methods, protocols and effects of intravenous vitamin C (versus oral or liposomal).

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VITAMIN C Therapy

Post Number:#1  Post by NabilaJ » Sat May 04, 2019 4:34 am

Hi.
Looking for information about alternative therapies with Vitamin C Intravenous on the Internet I have found a Protocol used by other patients.

I know there are not many studies to prove Vitamin C evocation but a lot of patients recommend Vitamin C intravenous use.

I need some opinions!

I will post the protocol: http://vitamincvial.blogspot.com/2019/0 ... -c-iv.html

Once the IV Vitamin C doses are increased to the 75000-100,000mg range (75-100grams), they have been shown to kill cancer cells. In addition these doses will kill viruses, and mold toxins.
How to use:
Week 1: 1 x 10 g (1 iv bottle) infusion per day, 3 times per week
Week 2: 1 x 20 g (2 iv bottles) infusion per day, 3 times per week
Week 3: 1 x 40 g (4 iv bottles) infusion per day, 3 times per week
Week 4: 1 x 60 g (6 iv bottles) infusion per day, 3 times per week
Week 5: 1 x 80 g (8 iv bottles) infusion per day, 3 times per week
Week 6: 1 x 100 g (10 iv bottles) infusion per day, 3 times per week.
Treatment will be continued with maximum dose 100 grams (10 iv bottles) for each session at least one month.

For intravenous administration, it is recommended to dilute VITAMIN C IV with SALINE SOLUTION in 1/2 dilution.
The indicated doses and treatment schedules should be followed.
VITAMIN C IV solution for injection is very sensitive to environmental factors and it is necessary to keep the product protected from light.
Do not administer together with sulphamides because Ascorbic Acid may favor the precipitation of sulphamides in the urine.
Intravenous rapid injection is not recommended!

SIDE EFFECTS: They were not found!

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Re: VITAMIN C Therapy

Post Number:#2  Post by pamojja » Sat May 04, 2019 5:30 am

This site in Romania also seems to sell:

4. CALCIUM & MAGNESIUM IV Bottle 100mL – 30USD$


Now found that combination of Mg with Ca really strange, since I get Magnesiumsulfate IVs. Which is available in German pharmacies as 5 ampules each 10 ml as whole packet for about €17,-. The packet insert mentioned never use calcium together in the same IV, and at an other place to use calcium IV in the case of a overdose with Mg as antidote (https://www.patienteninfo-service.de/a- ... zentrat/#2)

Therefore really doubt that this seller knows what he is doing. And of course, adverse effects are always possible with IVs not done correctly.

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Re: VITAMIN C Therapy

Post Number:#3  Post by johnjackson » Sat May 04, 2019 8:30 am

I always question when a poster makes an AD on the first post

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Re: VITAMIN C Therapy

Post Number:#4  Post by jimmylesante » Wed May 08, 2019 5:06 pm

Why would you add calcium to magnesium which is a calcium channel blocker?
The vitamin C very expensive- i can get 8g at £20 or 25g at £40/ Top notch stuff in UK

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Re: VITAMIN C Therapy

Post Number:#5  Post by Mireya » Sat May 11, 2019 11:56 pm

We also bought Vitamin C from PharmaLife Romania as well and we paid 23£ for 10g.
Their product is highly concentrated and should be diluted with saline before administration.
I believe, however, that they have a good price / quality ratio.


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