Vitamin C megadose Treatments

Despite only receiving approval for research until this decade in clinics and universities and institutions in Europe, Australia, America and Asia, the Vitamin-C iv megadosage therapies have been applied for over thirty years. They consist in applying doses so high that when there are concentrations of over 400 mg/dl in the blood, hydrogen peroxide is generated, which attacks and destroys malignant cells without affecting the healthy ones. Vitamin C megadoses also reduce also reduce the likelihood of metastases by inhibiting the activity of lysyl oxidase and hyaluronidase enzymes.

There has been found an important Vitamin C deficiency in the majority of chronic diseases.

In few, rare cases, there can be a skin sensitivity upon setting the needle, headache, nausea and fatigue for a few hours, and some patients complain of 2 to 5 hours of generalized chills that completely disappear afterwards, and very rarely, when the serum is extravasated, may cause necrosis in the tissues around the application.

It should not be applied in patients with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, congestive heart failure, hemochromatosis or psychiatric illness. In some patients with uncontrolled renal failure, supervision should be applied nephrologist or internist.

It can be applied before and after surgeries, treatments with chemotherapy and radiotherapy, improving survival and reducing side effects, or in cases where the Oncologist does not find another alternative and refers the patient to palliative medicine.

It can also be applied instead of the traditional treatments when the patient does not want to get them.

IV Vitamin C megadoses improve the immune system and in many cases are the only alternative to treat severe infections.

They improve the metabolization of sugars, reduce toxins, increase vitality in general, facilitate the production of collagen and the synthesis of hormone and neurotransmitters, accelerate the cicatrization processes, slow down aging processes and reduce inflammation and pain and produce a sensation of “well being”. “Survival” to many cancers is significantly improved.

The following studies and links allow us to better understand the scientific mechanisms that show how Vitamin C megadosage works and how it even destroys cancerous cells.

Langemann H, Torhorst J, Kabiersch A, Krenger W and Honegger CC (1989) Quantitative determination of water and lipid soluble antioxidants in neoplastic and non-neoplastic human breast tissue. Int. J. Cancer43: 1169–1173

Proceedings of National Academy of Science may; 14, 2007/vol 104/no. 21/8749-8754 Murata A, Morishige F and Yamaguchi H (1982) Prolongation of survival times of terminal cancer patients by administration of large doses of ascorbate. Int J Vitam Nutr Res Suppl 23: 103–113

Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine jne158976.3d 13/7/08 11:08:27

The Charlesworth Group, Huddersfield +44(0)1484 517077 – Rev 7.51n/W (Jan 20 2003)

Journal of Nutritional & Environmental Medicine jne158976.3d 13/7/08 11:08:27

The Charlesworth Group, Huddersfield +44(0)1484 517077 –

Rev 7.51n/W (Jan 20 2003)

The following videos present experiences with Vitamin-C megadose:

Alpha lipoic acid enhances the destructive action of vitamin C on cancer cells. We recommend taking it before vitamin C.

Ganoderma is a type of mushroom that has been used in the east for more than 4,000 years to improve the general health condition, toxic problems, metabolic and inflammatory problems and a few years ago has been shown to facilitate the destruction of cancer cells and it is being used before and after surgery, chemo and radiotherapy and in multiple diseases where the immune system is extremely necessary as is with HIV infection. It is best if taken 30 minutes after the vitamin C to increase its absorption and metabolization.


Dr. Luis Carlos Ordóñez Matamoros

 City Mall, Alajuela, Costa Rica, Centro America

 Teléfono (506) 42005210 – 83952505

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