Intravenous Vitamin C is far more effective than taking oral Vitamin C, but, if you cannot get intravenous Vitamin C, oral administration is also effective.
It’s widely accepted by Nature-paths, medical researchers, and Universities in the U.S., Vitamin C when administered in high doses by intravenous (I.V.) infusions, can kill cancer cells.
How Vitamin C Works To Kill Cancer Cells:
Vitamin C interacts with iron and other metals to create hydrogen peroxide. In high concentrations, hydrogen peroxide damages the DNA and mitochondria of cancer cells and shuts down their energy supply and kills them outright.
Dr. Lewis Cantley and his team learned vitamin C equivalent to what you might find in about 300 oranges is enough to impair the growth of both KRAS and BRAF gene-mutated colorectal tumors.
Vitamin C doesn’t directly attack cancer cells. Rather, vitamin C compounds appear to convert into another oxidized substance known as dehydroascorbic acid, or DHA. The DHA tricks cancer cells into accepting it for entry. Once inside the cancer cell, natural antioxidants in the cancer cell attempt to convert the DHA back to ascorbic acid; in the process, these antioxidants are depleted, and the cell dies from oxidative stresses.
Cancer Patients could take 15,000–100,000 milligrams of vitamin C each day. The daily dosage should be divided between 4 to 15 doses in a 24-hour period. Each person’s tolerance is different, and a patient’s tolerance could change as treatments progress.
What is the FDA Doing With Vitamin C:
Regardless of all the evidence supporting Vitamin C as an anti-cancer therapy the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not approved the use of IV high-dose vitamin C as a treatment for cancer or any other medical condition.
This is the source I use for my family. I go through Amazon and I get Sufficient C. It’s non-gmo and it’s 4000Mg per scoop. I put this in my veggie/fruit drinks I have everyday.
Sufficient-C High Dose Non-GMO Vitamin C – Lemon Peach Immune-Ade drink mix 250 grams