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HIGH DOSE VITAMIN C
A dynamic lifestyle, frequent stress, past illnesses and seasonal colds reduce immunity and weaken the body. Depletion of vitamin C in the body can make a person vulnerable to dangerous infections.
High-dose vitamin C therapy aims to give your immune system a vital boost to fight off colds, flu, and oxidative stress. Vitamin C not only strengthens the immune system, but is also essential for its support. Research has shown that vitamin C levels drop when your body is fighting a cold or flu, so it's even more important to keep your vitamin C levels up when you're feeling low.
Vitamin C is an effective natural remedy for seasonal allergies (allergic rhinitis) and helps slow histamine production, reducing swelling in the nasal cavity and reducing secretions.
500 ml isotonic solution & Vitamin C 25g
WHEN IS THIS RECOMMENDED?
Weakened immune system
Reducing cold duration
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Vitamin C can help acne sufferers reduce redness by calming the immune system that releases inflammatory chemicals in response to acne bacteria. Vitamin C also strengthens capillaries, delivering oxygen and nutrients to the basal layer of the skin, which reduces redness. Vitamin C stimulates the production of collagen and elastin, which are essential for healing existing acne scars and skin regeneration. Clinical studies conducted in the USA in 167 patients with pneumonia have shown that intravenous administration of high doses of vitamin C significantly alleviates the course of the disease, prevents damage to the alveolar canals of the lungs and the accumulation of fluid in them.
HIGH DOSE VITAMIN C AND CHEMOTHERAPY
Another great benefit of high doses of vitamin C is that it works well with chemotherapy - helping to reduce side effects, increase energy levels and reduce feelings of nausea in patients. High intravenous doses of vitamin C are safe to use concomitantly with chemotherapy, with the exception of the drug methotrexate, which is incompatible with them.A review article on interactions between chemotherapeutic agents and high intravenous doses of vitamin C can be found here.
Strengthens your immune system.
Reduces response to seasonal allergies.
Reducing the impact of stress on the body.
Improves wound healing.
Increases the level of antioxidants in the blood.
Helps the body absorb iron and produce collagen.
Contraindications for injections are diseases of the liver, kidneys and heart.
If you are allergic to Vitamin C.
This therapy is contraindicated in people with hemochromatosis.