It is essential to be using citrus fruits and other foods for vitamin C. But we should know what supplement forms of vitamin C is proving therapeutic for several diseases, even as its merits are not publicly disclosed and often denied by the medical establishment.

Considering that humans have lost the gene that allows one’s body to manufacture vitamin C, a gene that most animals still retain, the source of vitamin C from only food needs to be reconsidered. The most commonly available vitamin C supplement is ascorbic acid. Not only do mainstream health authorities deny ascorbic acid’s safety and efficacy, but so do too many among alternative health circles. There are those that say it’s unnecessary and even dangerous; that you get all the vitamin C you need from foods and you should never use a “synthetic” form of vitamin C.

A lot of ascorbic acid is manufactured from corn. Make sure you use non-GMO vitamin C. Many are concerned about ascorbic acid from China because of their high environmental industrial pollution. Google “China free corn free ascorbic acid” (without the quotation marks) to find the best sources of ascorbic acid.

You may be confused about the distinction between ascorbate and ascorbic acid, terms used alternately. The most common form of supplementary vitamin C is hydrogen ascorbate, which is ascorbic acid. It also comes in other alkaine forms such as sodium ascorbate and others. Vitamin C expert Dr. Thomas Levy advises against using calcium ascorbate. (Video at the end of this article).

The fact that ascorbates are the active component of vitamin C is intended to help understand that these compounds are needed for intensively delivering vitamin C at therapeutic levels. Other food sources of vitamin C, though important, cannot deliver the potency needed for effectively treating diseases ranging from cancer to the flu and even preventing heart disease.

Mainstream Oncology Researched Vitamin C as Adjunct for Chemo

A recent series of studies reported by Science Magazine online indicated the need to further research mega-dose vitamin C, usually delivered intravenously, as an adjunct for cancer treatments with normal treatment resistance due to KRAS or BRAF gene mutations.

Half or more colorectal (colon), lung, and ovarian cancer cells contain those mutated genes that manage to repel chemotherapeutic attempts at targeting them. The laboratory and animal studies convinced researchers that there is potential for at least applying mega-dose vitamin C therapy with conventional chemotherapy to lead the charge at disabling those genes.

They feel the need for extended human trials is unnecessary since vitamin C has no lethal levels. The complete study report is here.

An earlier animal study using mega-dose vitamin C for ovarian cancer to be used with chemo also contributed to the impetus for exploring mega-dose IV vitamin C applications in conventional oncology, promising to lower the dosages of chemo and reduce its side effects.

With the high profits registered by conventional oncology’s use of chemo, the old expression “don’t hold your breath” is appropriate.


Vitamin C Used for Diseases Effectively and Ignored for Decades

Many, including alternative health readers and consumers, do not know the therapeutic value of vitamin C, especially mega-dose vitamin C delivered intravenously or even injected muscularly. These protocols have been used covertly to cure cancer without conventional chemotherapy.

Vitamin C is not FDA approved to cure anything, despite its efficacy and safety proven empirically for several, even life threatening diseases. Linus Pauling and others looked into Vitamin C for cancer circa 1971.

But at first they used orally ingested vitamin C with doses at bowel tolerance repeated often. Administering ascorbate by slow drip IV in high doses was begun a little later after Orthomolecular or  Nutritional Medicine was created and practiced by a small number of MDs, naturopathic practitioners, and chiropractors.

The few who offered mega-dose IV vitamin C offered to cancer patients as an overall immune system booster, not as a cure, to avoid getting shut down. Naturally, the same service was offered for a broad spectrum of health disorders, especially viral infections, by only a few clinics nationwide.

Dramatic Vitamin C Cure Cases Willfully Ignored

Orthomolecular vitamin C successes, though impressive and numerous, were ignored by the FDA and the AMA. The unusual continual clinical successes of Dr. Frederick R. Klenner were ignored even as he cured polio cases during the late 1940s and 1950.

Dr. Klenner was a small town family doctor who made house calls in Reidsville, North Carolina and also delivered babies at the local area hospital.

For several years during the late 1940s and throughout the 1950s and beyond, Dr. Klenner successfully treated his patients with mega-dose vitamin C by injection or IV of many diseases including influenza, chicken pox, measles, pneumonia, and even polio. One cured polio victim was paralyzed in both legs.

“We’ve used massive doses of vita­mins on over 10,000 people over a period of 30 years,” said Dr. Klenner, “and we’ve [he and his nurse wife] never seen any ill effects from them. The only ef­fects we’ve seen have been beneficial.”

Dr. Klenner also stated, “Ascorbic acid is the safest and most valuable substance available to the physician” and that patients should be given “large doses of vitamin C in all pathological conditions while the physician ponders the diagnosis.”

And what about the AMA? Dr. Klenner took his case reports for polio to an Annual Session of the American Medical Association on June 10, 1949 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. His case reports were ignored.


Vitamin C Antidote too all known toxins Thomas Levy, MD – even SNAKEBITE! VIRAL VIRUS BACTERIAL



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