Vitamin C is a powerful vitamin with antioxidant properties. it is known and proven to have the following benefits:
Immune system booster
Antiviral and Antibacterial
Improves tolerance to chemotherapy and increases quality of life.
Reduces inflammation as measured by c-reactive protein (CRP) Preferentially toxic to tumor cells and an angiogenesis inhibitor. This means Vitamin C targets tumors and chokes off their blood supply.
Adjuvant to chemotherapy
Oral Vitamin C is limited by rate of absorption. Many of the benefits of high-dose IV Vitamin C are achieved through achieving high peak levels and this isn't possible orally.
Cancer patients in supportive care - such as those in the post-adjuvant or advanced and non-curative treatment settings receiving chemotherapy - and with cautious consideration patients receiving adjuvant treatment who might be experiencing symptoms that limit continuation of treatment or that interfere significantly with quality of life.
Those who have failed standard treatment regimens
Those seeking to improve the effectiveness of their standard cancer therapy those seeking to decrease the severity and carcinogenicity of side effects from standard cancer therapy
Those attempting to prolong their remission with health-enhancing strategies
Those declining standard treatment, yet wishing to pursue primary, alternative treatment.
What's Inside:*+^ 500ml-1L
High dose Vitamin C (15-75G)
*Blood work and follow up required. - Dosing based on chemistry profile.
*Continued chemotherapy and MD involvement if applicable.
+Referral encouraged but not required
^Possible oral Calcium and/or Potassium administered based on infusion frequency and lab results.
During chemotherapy and for 1-4months after;
IV C 15G-100g; 1-3xs weekly.
Radiation support 1-2x's weekly.
15g $250 infused over 1hr
30g $315 infused over 1-2 hrs
50g $375 infused over 1.5-2 hrs
75g $425 infused over 2-3 hrs