High Dose Vitamin C | Consultation & Lab
The Nobel prize-winning chemist, Linus Pauling, in the 1970s claimed that intravenously (instead of orally) administered high-dose vitamin C is the universal cure-all treatment for cancer. Since then, multiple studies have proven his claim to be true and is one of the most effective treatments for certain cancers.
When large amounts of vitamin C is introduced into the bloodstream, bypassing the body's digestive system, it breaks down into hydrogen peroxide and bombard affected tissues and cells. Normal cells have several ways to remove hydrogen peroxide, keeping it at very low levels so it does not cause damage. Comprised cells have difficulty removing the hydrogen peroxide, resulting in oxidative damage that will eradicate cancer and energy homeostasis that will block cancers high need for energy. This makes intravenous administered vitamin C a unique and targeted treatment.
The National Cancer Institute (NCI) admits, based on laboratory studies, that vitamin C can help slow the growth of cancer cells as well improve quality of life. Both animal and human studies have also shown that IV Vitamin C therapy can help block tumor growth, while also significantly improving the patient's quality of life.
Each treatment is individually tailored and adjusted based on each patient. 2-3 treatments per week for an 8-week period is advised to assess the potential benefit of treatment. Duration of each treatment is dependent on how well tolerated. Doses are started low and gradually increased to better customize a person's individual tolerance. A G6PD (Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase) blood test is required before treatment can begin.
Schedule a consultation with the physician to determine the proper treatment protocol for your high dose vitamin c therapy. Your consultation fee does include the G6PD lab.
10G: $150 each | $1,250 for 10
15G: $200 each | $1,650 for 10
25G: $275 each | $2,250 for 10
50G: $300 each | $2,800 for 10
75G: $400 each | $3,750 for 10
100G: $500 each | $4,150 for 10