IV(linus pauling/Rath drip?)

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IV(linus pauling/Rath drip?)

Post Number:#1  Post by jimmylesante » Tue Jan 29, 2019 8:10 am

So could one do a drip as well as take orally.

Drip of one litre normal saline
25g vitamin C
1g Lysine
1g Proline
1g Magnesium
1mg Selenium
Bcomplex
B12

Just as an example, would it be safe? Or viable?

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Re: IV(linus pauling/Rath drip?)

Post Number:#2  Post by ofonorow » Sat Mar 09, 2019 12:10 pm

The reason that I don't know - is because the oral route works so quickly and thoroughly.

Lets suppose you are dealing with a patient with a very low bowel tolerance for ascorbate. In that case, you could administer the vitamin C safely IM/Intravenous, but provide the other "ingredients" orally.

B12 always makes sense.

All other safe IV except for possibly lysine and proline, unknowns, which aren't generally given IV to my knowledge.
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