IV Vitamin C

A vital vitamin for your body is Vitamin C. If you fail to receive adequate levels of Vitamin C your body falls apart. In some extreme circumstances you could end up with a condition called scurvy that involves bleeding, hair and tooth loss, joint pain and swelling, and eventually death.

For most healthy people including Vitamin C rich foods like oranges and lemons, or multivitamins is enough. But, your body can only absorb so much Vitamin C orally so when you suffer from cancer, are ill or and need Vitamin C in high contents a Vitamin C IV is the safest and best route to take.

Why Vitamin C for Cancer Therapy?

Vitamin C infusions in large doses administered by an IV can aid in terminating cancer cells. Vitamin C interacts with iron and other metals found naturally in the body to create hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide actually damages the DNA and mitochondria by shutting down the energy supply of cancer cells. Though, no matter how high the concentration, Vitamin C does not harm healthy cells.

For patients with cancer who regularly attend Vitamin C IV therapy have shown improvements in quality of life, physical, mental, and emotional functions, symptoms of fatigue, nausea and vomiting, pain, and appetite loss. Vitamin C is natural for the body, and required for healthy functionality of our systems and therefor is a safe a healthy option to aid in the treatment of cancer.

How does the procedure work?

This treatment requires the presence of a nurse or medical doctor based at the clinic. Vitamin C by I.V. treatment is generally used for cancer, but it can also be used to cure a variety of diseases – especially those that effect the immune system.

We start clients with a low dose and gradually increase the dose per session until the desired therapeutic level is attained. On average the frequency of a clients sessions are 2-3x per week. Each infusion takes between 1-3 hours, depending on the amount being administered.


There is no “recovery” period for a Vitamin C treatment. Generally clients come in to the clinic 2-3x per week to receive their IV. Slight bruising, and redness at the site of the IV is normal to any needle injection.

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