DISCLAIMER: CONSULT WITH A DOCTOR BEFORE DECIDING ON A TREATMENT PLAN FOR ANY DISEASE OR INJURY.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Vitamin C is an antioxidant, so if you plan to combine DMSO with high-dose vitamin C therapy, keep in mind that you should not use CDS/MMS at the same time as you’re administering the vitamin C, since the two will cancel each other out.
Another name for ascorbic acid is “vitamin C”. While vitamin C / ascorbic acid taken by itself by mouth cannot be absorbed in high quantities via the digestive system, it is possible to absorb high quantities of this vitamin by administering it intravenously.
Vitamin C is regularly combined with DMSO to enhance vitamin C’s healing effects in the body. While oxidant medicines like CDS/MMS have amazing effects, antioxidant medicines like vitamin C can also be extremely effective when it comes to treating specific health problems. When combined, the protocol described below can be valuable for preventing viral and bacterial infections and detoxing the body. High dose vitamin C / ascorbic acid infusions are used to treat the following diseases and disorders:
- To combat aging
- Musculoskeletal pain
- To reduce susceptibility to infection
- Blood vessel disorders that involve diminished elasticity of the vessel wall
- Cancerous tumors
- Colorectal cancer
- To improve healing after surgery
- To improve healing from sports injuries
- To increase collagen synthesis
- To hasten slow wound healing
- To improve energy levels
- To reduce joint pain from arthritis, osteoarthritis, and other related conditions
- To increase iron levels in the body and treat iron deficiency anemia
- Viral/bacterial colds
- Influenza (and other viral and/or bacterial respiratory infections)
- Staphylococcus infection
- Radiation cystitis
The administration of vitamin C / ascorbic acid at the exact same as chlorine dioxide solution / miracle mineral solution can lead to a cancellation effect wherein neither medicine works effectively. Administer vitamin C at a separate time (at least 1 to 2 hours) after or before the administration of chlorine dioxide solution.
Vitamin C generally functions as an antioxidant in the body below a certain dose, however, at higher doses, vitamin C has a pro-oxidant effect that can work in tandem with DMSO.
An intravenous infusion of vitamin C / ascorbic acid should contain 7.5 grams of ascorbic acid dissolved in 50 mL of liquid.
DMSO may be administered at the same time as the intravenous infusion of vitamin C. It can be administered as part of the intravenous treatment, as a drink, or it can be applied externally to the skin.
To use vitamin C with DMSO at home internally, follow the instructions below (you will need a mineral-buffered form of vitamin C, ideally potassium ascorbate or calcium ascorbate, or a combination of the two:
- Take 5 grams of powdered vitamin C in its mineral-buffered form twice a day. Do not combine the DMSO with the vitamin C drink. Combine the vitamin C with water or juice, drink the mixture, then proceed to step 2.
- 10 minutes before the second dose of vitamin C, take DMSO combined with 5 ounces of water. Start by taking only ¼ teaspoon in water the first day. The second day, increase to a ½ teaspoon, ¾ of a teaspoon on the third day, and finally 1 teaspoon on the fourth day.
- If you experience gastrointestinal discomfort, stop increasing the DMSO dose. Wait until the symptoms pass before you increase the dose.
- 10 minutes after the DMSO dose in Step 2, drink your second dose of vitamin C.
- Follow this protocol for at least 2 weeks. At the end of the 2 weeks, reduce your DMSO dose by half until you’re no longer taking it, then you can stop with the vitamin C (so on the 14th day, you’ll take ¼ of a teaspoon, the 13th day take a ½ teaspoon, the 12th day take ¾ of a teaspoon, and the 11th day you should be taking 1 full teaspoon).
Vitamin C with DMSO can also be applied topically or administered intravenously.
WARNING: The intravenous administration of high dose vitamin C by itself without the simultaneous use of DMSO should be avoided in individuals with elevated blood sugar levels.
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