Looking for IV C online

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

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Looking for IV C online

Post Number:#1  Post by bvburrows » Mon Jul 15, 2019 11:49 am

I have watched the youtube videos and read the info about making your own IV C but I feel unsure about it. I have been looking at a website based in Romainia where you can order high dose Vit C Ivs to do at home. They also offer some IV cal/mag and K3. The products are made by a lab called Pharmalife. Wondered if anyone has tried this product? Their cost just to buy these supplies is higher than what I pay for high dose Vit C at my drs office ($150.00 per IV). But I drive 4 hours roundtrip 2-3 a week to get my IVs and it tough to manage. I have seen a few comments for this product on posting boards but I question if they are real.

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Re: Looking for IV C online - Cincinnati

Post Number:#2  Post by popnowlin » Tue Nov 05, 2019 5:13 am

I don't know if this will help but Brian Thomas from WKRC radio in Cincinnati interviewed a doctor from YourWellnessCenter.com yesterday morning. This wellness center provides IV-C. The doctor said they started getting calls on IV-C before they even formally announced they provide it. It's apparently popular:


I called and they recommend once a month and charge $149 per session. You have to pay $99 for the first visit so they can do a medical history and blood work to make sure things will be safe for you. After that, you schedule the IV-C at our own pace. I didn't ask about the dosage or solution used because the person on the phone wasn't the doctor and didn't know.
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