Vitamin C has been shown to neutralize and eliminate a wide range of toxins, and greatly enhance the immune system’s ability to neutralize bacterial and fungal infections.
The US National Library of Medicine, in fact, contains thousands of studies demonstrating vitamin C’s ability to significantly improve health, with 220 disease documented applications.
Vitamin C Infusions are repeatedly used for reducing and killing cancers, virus, and fungus, by greatly strengthening immunities. Also kills or reduces arthritis, heals the retina of the eye, strengthens brain function, repairs damaged veins and some chronic heart conditions. Often used in conjunction with BSI topical and oral medications.
A short list of documented illnesses cured or prevented using mega-doses of Vitamin C Infusions: Acute hepatitis, chicken pox, dysentery, diphtheria, herpes, influenza, measles, mumps, polio, streptococcal infections, and viral pneumonia.
The following, among others, are documented to be reversible and preventable with repeated Vitamin C Infusions: HIV, leprosy, tuberculosis, and typhoid fever. Vitamin C Infusions have also been used successfully to treat poisonings: alcohol, barbiturates, carbon monoxide, pesticides, radiation, most heavy metals, mushrooms, snake & spider venom. Lupus and MS often respond well.
Laboratory studies have shown the following, regarding Vitamin C infusion:
A moderate deficiency of vitamin C in the diet causes a mild form of scurvy, a disease with symptoms of weakness, lethargy, easy bruising, and bleeding. The lack of vitamin C makes collagen thinner in texture. With vitamin C, collagen becomes thicker (improving the appearance of skin and bodily features). Some have suggested that most, if not all, cancer patients are greatly deficient in vitamin C, hence they suffer from scurvy.
Vitamin C / Ascorbic Acid taken intravenously goes directly to the body’s tissues. At the proper levels, Vitamin C is anti-histamine, anti-toxin, anti-biotic, and antioxidant. Vitamin C is also known for its anti-aging properties. The benefits of long-term vitamin C consumption are widely acknowledged and include the reduction and elimination of cancer tumors, cardiovascular disease, and cataracts. Higher vitamin C intakes have also been associated with increases in HDL cholesterol (the beneficial cholesterol), and decreases in LDL cholesterol oxidation, decreased blood pressure, and decreased cardiovascular mortality.
Vitamin C is necessary for the growth, development, and repair of all body tissues. It’s involved in many body functions, including formation of collagen, absorption of iron, the immune system, wound healing, and the maintenance of cartilage, bones, and teeth. Eyes need more vitamin C than other parts of the body, and when lacking, eyes will begin to loose color depth, focus, elasticity, etc. – a gauge of the immediate need for C.