I have been helping several people who are being turned away by hospitals when they are in the throws of the virus. They are getting much relief from this amazing vitamin. Please take this seriously and watch the videos I have posted below to get the whole picture. This is not a joke and may just save your life. I love you all and am praying for every one of you.
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This information is for educational purposes only. We are not diagnosing or making recommendations for anyone. Everyone needs to decide what is best for their individual needs, and work with your healthcare provider to make decisions about what is best for your optimal health.
The first goal is to take the amount of Vitamin C for our individual needs. That amount changes depending on whether we are in a healthy state or have developed an illness. We can determine how much is right for us at any given time by starting with a minimum of 1,000 mg divided over 3-4 times a day. If it feels good in our body with no intestinal discomfort, such as unexplained gas or loose stools, (bowel tolerance) we can add more if we choose or continue taking that amount.
There is no set dosage for everyone, it is very dependent on our individual state of health and what our body needs.
Click here for the protocol for oral and intravenous Vitamin C from Dr. Robert F. Cathcart III or go to: http://www.doctoryourself.com/cathcart_C_summary.html
Taking Vitamin C during an illness
If we develop an illness and choose to increase the dosage we are taking, we look for bowel tolerance as the indicator that we are taking enough. When we are sick we can take much larger quantities without any intestinal discomfort, since the Vitamin C is working on healing the body.
Vitamin C is a water soluble vitamin and can not be stored in the body. If we want a constant flow of vitamin C in our bodies we should take the amount our body needs at closer intervals to keep the level constant. The most important thing to remember is that we cannot overdose on this vitamin, if we take more than our body needs, we will have temporary intestinal discomfort, gas, loose stools, and/or diarrhea. At that point we need to decrease the total daily amount. Intestinal discomfort does not indicate we should stop taking the Vitamin C. It implies that it is doing its job and we are starting to heal, therefore not requiring such a high dose. It is very important to keep taking it so that we don’t have a relapse of symptoms. The bowel tolerance is a great way to know that we have reached our maximum and we can start slowly decreasing the amount we are taking.
It is important to divide the amount that we decide to take each day into 4-10 portions. For example, if we decide to take 5,000 mg per day, we would take 1000 mg five times per day or take 500 mg ten times per day. The 500 mg ten times per day schedule is prefered since it will provide a more constant supply of the Vitamin C for healing. If we wake up in the night it is great to take a dose, but only if you can do so without interrupting your sleep.
When healthy again
When we return to optimum health we should take 1,000 mg or more Vitamin C per day. We take the amount we know our body needs to be at its peak performance (have energy and feel great).
When not feeling well we take larger amounts of Vitamin C more frequently. Some people have taken 1,000 mg of Vitamin C every 6 minutes during acute phases of bronchial pneumonia with high fevers and started experiencing relief within a few hours. The only sign you need to watch for is bowel tolerance if you are taking large and frequent doses. It is rare to experience this during an illness, since the Vitamin C is working hard at healing our body and not much is going to waste. We don’t need to worry that we are taking too much since we have this important sign to tell us if we are and there are no other problems from doing so.
It is amazing how much Vitamin C our body can utilize when we need it.
Blessings to you & yours,
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