- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) - a natural immunity strengthening
- Symptoms of deficiency
- Prevention and treatment of diseases
- Vitamin C and infectious diseases
- Vitamin C, and old age, the work of the endocrine glands
Vitamin C and infectious diseases
There are numerous types of viruses that cause a person different diseases. It turns out that vitamin C is able to inhibit the effect of any virus.
Viral inflammation of the liver often become infected through blood transfusions. Symptoms appear only after 60 - 120 days after infection. But, as the survey revealed, among patients within 2 weeks after the transfusion was administered 2 g of vitamin C per day, there was not a single case of the disease. Some experts recommend even take 3 - 6 grams of vitamin C per day (three doses) for several days prior to transfusion and for 2 weeks after it. Typically prescribed vitamin C tablets, but it is better to ask the pharmacy to prepare it with vitamin P (rutin) in powder form.
Vitamin C and polio and herpes
Dr. Frederick Klenner treated with large doses of vitamin C (7 - 10 grams per day) herpes "fever" on his lips. It gave tablets to patients 10 - 15 times per day. In addition, he found that ascorbic acid destroys 24 hours the virus of infantile paralysis. He appointed his patients by intramuscular injection (350 mg per 1 kg of body weight) every 2 hours, on average, it is equal to 12 grams of vitamin C per day. Of course, such high doses may be given only under the supervision of a physician and under certain conditions. But here it was about the most severe cases, when a serious illness life threatening.
Herpes - a virus creeping
for quick passage of the disease should be several times to lubricate the affected area onion juice as onion juice is rich in a lot of ascorbic acid, and certainly has a lot of other ingredients, known and as yet unknown to science.
Also, there is evidence that vitamin C is effective in treating certain skin disorders, e.g. erythroderma, Addison's disease, germicidal skin diseases, inflammations after irradiation with X-rays, as well as various kinds of bleeding associated with increased vascular permeability.
Vitamin C and cataract, colds and viral diseases
Cataracts - how to solve the problem completely?
It can not be attributed to lower the levels of vitamin C in the body, yet it is known that it occurs in a significant reduction of the ascorbic acid in the eye lens. Low levels of vitamin C in children and leads to frequent streptococcal tonsillitis.
It is known that the cause of premature aging is the formation of it unbound particles - free radicals. Their activity in the body is destructive. That vitamins C and E as powerful antioxidants prevents aging. They not only neutralized, but also prevents the formation of free unbound particles - free radicals.
We know that Vitamin C is the best remedy for colds. It must be taken to 1 g per day, and at the first signal of illness a doctor should appoint a correct dose for the patient.
Research scientists in different countries show that really vitamin C after every half an hour to 1, 5 g relieves cold symptoms, but not all patients. Most of this care are not responding. So now is a recognized that in cases of colds one artificial vitamin C is not so effective, but for gout patients
Gout - the "disease of kings"
undesirable since large doses it may increase uric acid
Uric acid - a normal level?
in body fluids. Ascorbic acid promotes the transition of iron from the gut into the blood, which is very important for anemia and other diseases. But for this organism it requires 75 mg of vitamin C per day. Such a dose of it is highly desirable, given the difficulties with the absorption of iron.
We must remember that if the food consists entirely of boiled, subjected to heat treatment, lost their vitamin C foods, white bread, white flour, jam, sugar and sausage or other industrial products, if no natural foods rich in vitamin C (fresh fruits, vegetables) in power there, the body's resistance to disease is zero.