I am looking for a more affordable way to deliver Vitamin C IV. (The person on the phone says you carry powder and some of your doctors mix the powder up and put in IV bags. Can you put me in contact with some practitioners who do this?)
The price has become so outrageous I cannot deliver high dose Vit C for cancer patients.
And maybe that is the reason behind this? To keep it away from Cancer patients.
I, for one, would sure like to know the rationale behind these outrageous and overnight price increases? If anyone has more information on the reasons for the price increase, please post.
Fortunately, this is still a semi-free country, and doctors can have their nurses mix sodium ascorbate as Dr. Cathcart used to do.
Dr. Cathcart's youtube lecture on IV/C prep is the best tutorial on "do it yourself" IV/C. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgi-7xPrCAg
And we have published an updated version of his written document: http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/pdfs/civprep.pdf
A compounding pharmacy (if they still can) would charge a doc $100 plus shipping for 250 grams of sterile sodium ascorbate (500 CC bag)
We, of course, cannot condone such a heinous crime against humanity, but you can purchase sodium ascorbate, for example, you can purchase Quali-C sodium ascorbate, and mix it per Cathcart's instructions and the vitamin C would cost around $34 dollars.
WE ARE NOT RECOMMENDING THE FOLLOW PRODUCT/LINK (and I hope it is "buffered" ascorbic acid for injection!)
Notice that the price for what looks to be 500 mg/Ml times 50 Ml = 25 grams (please correct me)
The current price for 25 grams of vitamin C for injection (this McGuff product) is $75 USD.. Lets let that sink in.
We offer 250 grams of Quali-C sodium ascorbate for lets say $50 (retail). If we priced ours like this, our jar would be priced at $375!
Or looking at it the other way, if you purchased 250 grams from this supplier at their prices, that would also be 75 * 5 ($375).
The increased demand from all the cancer patients demanding IV/C probably has something to do with this.