Alternative Medicine Publications

Vitamin C, the Big Cover Up

September 4, 2017

In a recent case history that I read it told of the story of a man named Allan Smith from New Zealand who contracted the H1N1 flu also known as the swine flu. In a twisted turn of events after he was hospitalized he was also diagnosed with white-out pneumonia and hairy cell leukemia. With all of the antibiotics and weeks in the hospital Allan’s condition degraded to the point where he went into a coma and was put on life support. After being on life support for weeks and just hours before he was scheduled to be removed from life support and allowed to die, his family argued successfully with the doctors to administer massive doses of ascorbic acid, also known as Vitamin C. A 60 Minutes news segment in New Zealand documented Allan’s full recovery.

So why did the FDA in the United States on December 28, 2010 send a letter to the manufacturer of this vitamin C, McGuff Pharmaceuticals in California, and ban them from any further mass production of its Vitamin C formulations? Was it to protect all the patients who might be at risk of being cured or to protect big pharmaceutical companies from a potential loss of revenue? Or was it to “protect” so many patients from the benefits of high-dose Vitamin C? Why is it that no animals on this planet except for humans, monkeys and guinea pigs have heart attacks and heart disease? The reason is because all other species have the ability to manufacture their own Vitamin C. Humans, monkeys, and guinea pigs cannot.

Why do so many of our patient’s request IV Vitamin C? Find out for yourself, experience the benefits of what this all natural substance can do for you. As the old saying goes, “THE PROOF IS IN THE PUDDING” and lab tests do not lie. If you need IV Vitamin C a simple lab test will let us know. I can’t begin to cover all of the benefits one could receive from having IV Vitamin C. If I had only one medicine to treat patients with IV Vitamin C would be it. An IV Vitamin C once a month could make all the difference!