The Centre for Advanced Medicine provides information about the possibilities of high-dose vitamin C infusion in practice.
Colds, viral or bacterial infections, the burden of chronic diseases or the consequences of standardised cancer therapies (immunosuppression) all put a strain on the function of our natural and vital protective shield: our immune system. Normally, we can rely on this balanced defence system as a matter of course and do not need to think about it any further. But under exceptional circumstances, it is worthwhile or even necessary to put aside this self-evident fact and actively support the immune system for the benefit of our own health.
In short: This is how our immune system works
The immune system achieves peak performance every millisecond. It protects us from viruses, bacteria, germs and other intruders through the skin barrier as well as through the mucous membranes, nasal hairs or even the cilia on the bronchi. If pathogens enter our organism through food, saliva or later the stomach acid takes over their elimination. If all this does not bear fruit, the specific immune defence takes over: the body activates B-lymphocytes and T-lymphocytes. These are white blood cells that form very specific antibodies against the respective intruder. All this is a mammoth task for the organism, which can be supported in medicine by a good old friend: Vitamin C! Here, however, it is important to make it clear: We are not talking here about vitamin C supplements, but about the intravenous administration of vitamin C so that it can enter the bloodstream directly.
Vitamin C: A proven and well-researched all-rounder for strengthening the immune system with strong antiviral effects
Vitamin C, chemically also called ascorbic acid, is a natural antioxidant. It is involved in numerous metabolic functions and above all supports our immune system. Almost all diseases are associated with increased oxidative stress, i.e. our cells can only carry out their activities in a reduced way or under the most difficult conditions. At some point there is an “internal shutdown”, i.e. the cells can no longer act. This oxidative stress can be prevented by the intensive administration of vitamin C and the cell communication can be quickly brought back into balance – however, this can only be achieved with the intravenous administration of high doses of vitamin C and not with food supplements such as effervescent tablets etc. The oral intake of vitamin C can support the body in everyday life in principle; therapeutically, however, in the case of illness, vitamin C in capsule or powder/drink form is negligible, as the really necessary doses can only enter the bloodstream of the human organism by infusion.
The vitamin C high-dose therapy: facts about the comprehensive effect of ascorbic acid
Vitamin C is a non-toxic molecule which we take in through our food and whose presence is indispensable for the chemical processes in our organism and thus for our health. Discovered and described in 1932 by Nobel Prize winner Albert Szent-Györgyi, it was again the two-time Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling who tirelessly propagated vitamin C from the 1970s onwards, especially the oral intake of high doses. Perhaps Pauling’s theses and knowledge were a little too one-sided and also too vehement in their presentation of vitamin C as the “only measure of all things”. This did not go down particularly well in the scientific world; ascorbic acid was viewed all the more critically and the importance of vitamin C increasingly moved into the alternative corner.
But nevertheless, and just now vitamin C is again in the centre of attention. Especially: More than 24.000 (!) scientific studies and papers provide irrefutable proof of the effects of vitamin C high-dose therapy. For example, the molecule is the most important treatment measure for all kinds of infections. When administered professionally, i.e. in the form of vitamin C high-dose therapy (IVC), it kills all viruses. In addition, vitamin C strengthens the effect of drugs such as antibiotics. It also neutralises all known toxins in the organism, such as heavy metals, pesticides, cyanides, alcohol, carbon monoxide and many more. Further and well documented indications are the treatment of influenza (flu), pulmonary embolism, infectious mononucleosis as well as acute and chronic Lyme disease.
Centre of Advanced Medicine: We have been successfully applying vitamin C high-dose therapy for years
In the Centre for Advanced Medicine, IVC is an integral part of the treatment of acute illnesses and is used as a supportive therapy for chronic diseases and, of course, in the accompanying cancer therapy. IVC is an effective and, above all, cost-effective form of treatment that can show excellent results after only a few doses.