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Clinical  Use of  Vitamin C  IV  (intravenous)

works as an oxidizing agent in massive amounts ( i.e.  50-150 grams) When used intravenously,  it  appears  that Vitamin C acts as reducing agent, an oxidizing agent, anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-fungal,  an antihistamine, and as a anti-infective agent.

Some of its functions in certain pathological conditions include the following:

  • Virus destruction

  • Dehydrates  the brain and the spinal  cord safely

  • Supports and  normalizes  stressed adrenal glands

  • Preserves the lining of the central canal

Ascorbic acid enters all cells and  prevents the spread of viruses.   Cells expand, rupture and die, but  there are no virus particles available to enter and infect new cells.  If a virus has entered a cell, the Vitamin C inhibits its spread by breaking down the components necessary for its re-generation.

Intravenous Vitamin C can be used to  support the healing process of the following:

Alcoholism

Arthritis

Bites and Their Toxins

Burns

Cancer

Cavities

Chicken Pox

Cholesterol  and  Arteriosclerosis

Corneal Ulcers

Diabetes

Disc, ruptured and intervertebral

Glaucoma

Heat Stroke

Hepatitis

Herpes Simplex and Zoster

Insidious Virus; Encephalitis

Leukemia

Measles

Mononucleosis

Mosquito Bites

Pancreatitis

Poliomyelities

Pregnancy

Pseudomonas infections

Puss Caterpillar

Radiation Burns

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever

Schizophrenia

Snake bites

Sunburn

Surgery

Tetanus (Lockjaw)

Toxins and  Heavy Metal  Poisonings

Trichinosis

Urethritis and Cystitis

Virus Pneumonia