IV Vit. C for Viral Infections

Discussion in 'Fibromyalgia Main Forum' started by Sceptical, Dec 31, 2009.

  1. Sceptical

    Sceptical New Member

    There are some promising clinical researches with high dosage VitC IV in viral diseases like herpes, HepC and HIV in Germany. Patients received cca 25 g !! IV VitC which substantially
    reduced oxidative stress (PASCOE Pharm, Prap GmbH) and viral load. Has everyone tried it out?

    I do not wanna burn my hands again such as with glutathione depletion/methylation cycle block theory and stuff.
  2. fight4acure

    fight4acure Member

    I believe they're onto something, with a few exceptions.

    Vit C has been known to kill warts,

    However, there is a preserving substance in ice cream that was known to protect mice from getting HIV.

    So, combine the two and we may have our cure? Or maybe not... maybe just sherbert or shaved orange peels on ice cream, or potatoe ice cream.

    Fight :)
  3. chrissy12

    chrissy12 New Member

    Yes, I did try Vit C IV. I was doing 50G twice a week for about 6 months and then went down to once a week. It did not bring down my numbers at all. They were pretty intense and I usually felt worse for 3-4 days.

    I now do them once and a while. I only do 10G with a B complex mix. Those I usually feel pretty good afterwards, but it hasn't done anything for my viral numbers.
  4. Sceptical

    Sceptical New Member

    I am sad to hear it. Anyway thanks for sharing your experiences.

    Take care,
  5. fight4acure

    fight4acure Member


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