Vitamin C Infusion Therapy
High-Dose vitamin C Infusion benefits
The human body needs higher doses of this valuable vitamin if it is in a stressful and stressful period or in a period of weakened immunity – a sufficient concentration of vitamin C can then be achieved by direct administration to the blood, where plasma vitamin levels are achieved by a single 7.5 gram infusion C, 2.38 grams. It is a treatment dose equivalent to consuming about 15 kilograms of oranges. At a dose of 0.75 – 1.75 g / kg body weight, the infused vitamin C exhibits pro-oxidative effects – acting as a non-toxic chemotherapeutic agent that does not have adverse effects.
Vitamin C is a cofactor that helps to activate and normalize immune system functions, thereby affecting inflammation. Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant, protecting cells from the action of free radicals. It is important for the proper functioning of the immune system, but also for the formation of ligaments and the restoration of collagen, in the removal of harmful substances from the body. It also has a role in the control of cholesterol in the body, involved in reducing histamine levels. His activity in our organism is still under investigation today.
Vitamin C levels are not determined by routine biochemistry. However, many studies point to its reduced blood levels in healthy people and much more in sick people, especially in chronic diseases. Its daily dietary intake is inadequate in the widespread use of semi-finished and fast-food foods. Vitamin C is important for the proper functioning of the immune system, every acute infectious disease increases its intake. Its increased intake is also needed in chronic infectious diseases, but also in non-infectious chronic diseases such as joint inflammation (arthritis), indigestion, in surgery. With the increased need for vitamin C, supplementing it with a normal diet is impossible, not only for reduced appetite in acute infectious disease, but also for limited absorption – vitamin C is absorbed in the small intestine by special transport molecules that transfer it to the blood but the number of these molecules is limited so that only part of the vitamin C – whether from food or administered in the form of tablets – is transferred to the blood. The lack of vitamin C not only in acute infectious disease is also due to the fact that vitamin C is soluble in water and our body cannot create its supplies. Man is one of the few living organisms who have lost the ability to self-produce vitamin C during evolution. We are completely dependent on his dietary intake.
Vitamin C infusion allows for quick vitamin supplementation and access to the vitamin of each cell of the organism by creating an excess in the body for a while.
What issues are recommended:
- ACUTE PROTECTION OF RESPIRATORY RESPONSES (INFLUENZA, BREASTS, BREASTS, INCREASING DOUBLES)
- IN CHRONIC LIQUID DISORDERS (HISTAMIN INTOLERANCE)
- FOR ALLERGIES AND SKIN PROBLEMS
- IN THE PERIOD OF PSYCHIC LOAD OR PHYSICAL HANDLING IN REPEATED INFECTIONS FOR ALLERGY OF DIFFERENT TYPE
- METABOLIC SYNDROME (OBESITY, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE, SUGAR)
- IN REUMATIC DISEASES CHARACTERIZED
- AT AUTOIMMUNITY DISEASES
- BEFORE PLANNED SURGICAL PERFORMANCE
- HOW TO SUPPORT AND ADDITIONAL TREATMENT FOR CHRONIC DISEASES
- IN TORQUE DISEASES, Yet WITH ONCOLOGY AGREEMENT
- ASCORBIC ACID PRINCIPLES
- KIDNEYS DISEASE
- TALASEMIA, HEMOCHROMATOSIS, SIDEROBLASTIC ANEMIA