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Saturday, October 10, 2009

Intravenous Vitamin C Therapy

Health benefits of Intravenous Vitamin C:

  • Immune Support
  • Reduce Future Cell Damage
  • Potent Anti-Oxidant
  • Skin Texture and Tone
  • Improve Recovery From Injury
  • Increased Energy Levels
  • Repair Damaged Cells
  • Reduce Rapid Ageing
Why is Vitamin C Important?
We need to replenish our water-soluble vitamins such as Vitamins B and C daily. While we can get these vitamins from various foods, many of us don’t always consume enough on a daily basis - not to mention common poor digestion of the whole foods we do eat. Also many factors in our environment today deplete our body's supply. These include stress, pollution, smoking, alcohol, caffeine and
eating foods that deplete our bodies rather than nourish them.

Vitamin C helps the body recover from injury and inflammation. It is essential for healing and plays a profound role in heart and brain functions and our immune system. 

Intravenous Vitamin C is absorbed directly into your cells and therefore bypasses the need to be absorbed by the Gut.

High dose vitamin C helps fight acute and chronic infections & fatigue and improves skin texture and tone and energy levels because it assists the body in repairing damaged cells. Vitamin C is also a very potent anti-oxidant that helps to reduce future cellular damage (due to free radicals) and therefore rapid ageing

Conditions that may improve through I.V. C Therapy:
# Allergies
# Anxiety/Stress
# Bacterial and Viral infections
# Bronchitis
# Cancer
# Chrohn’s Disease
# Candida Albicans
# Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
# Common cold
# Diabetes
# Glandular Fever
# Heart Disease
# Hepatitis A, B or C
# Herpes
# Pneumonia
# Rheumatoid Arthritis
# Shingles
# Ulcers or Wounds
# Upper respiratory infections

How do I get started?
Vitamin C in a solution can be injected either quickly using straight pushes, or more slowly using a drip. With an infusion lasting 5-20 minutes, you can inject dose usually 15g, while the drips could potentially infuse up to 100g of Vitamin C in a 30-minute to 2-hour session. The body will not actually hold onto such large doses of Vitamin C; however the goal is to super-saturate tissues with high levels. The excess is excreted in our urine after time, so it’s important to drink water. High tissue saturation cannot be achieved without intravenous dosage.

Vitamin B complex, Magnesium and Trace Elements may be added to Vitamin C solution depending on the individual’s requirements. These also boost the body's ability to deal with illness/disease. The combined effect of the Vitamin C and B
injections may be a rapid improvement in energy. Occasionally B vitamins or minerals will be omitted if a person has sensitivity to them.

Is Intravenous treatment safe?

Are there any side effects?
Intravenous vitamins may initially cause a “detox” effect for a day or two after treatment. This means you may experience “flu-like” symptoms or a general run-down feeling – it is a sign that your body’s detoxification pathways have been opened and you are in the process of removing toxins.

Large doses of Vitamin C may drop your blood sugar level. This is characterised by tiredness, nausea and feeling light-headed. It is therefore important to eat a good meal before your treatment. You may also like to bring a snack with you.
The B vitamins sometimes cause a warm flush of the face. This is harmless and temporary. Occasionally some people show hypersensitivity to these or to minerals intravenously, so these have to be omitted.

High dose Vitamin C has been used a lot around the world with no other problems. Despite popular medical opinion, Vitamin C does not cause kidney stones.

How long will it take to get results?
How many treatments you will need depends on your condition. Single pushes or drips are recommended for acute flare-ups (like colds or viral gastroenteritis) while more are required for chronic conditions requiring long-term management.

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