Dr. Frederick Klenner, a small town North Carolina doctor, did much of the ground-breaking clinical work with mega-doses of vitamin C back in the 1940s and 1950s, during the polio epidemic.
In 1949, Dr. Klenner cured over 41 viral polio patients, mostly children, some within 72 hours!
He gave them massive doses of injected vitamin C.
None of the patients suffered any of the deformities or paralysis that plagued some polio patients. Dr. Klenner took his case records to a regional medical conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He was ignored. Don’t look outside the box doctors, you could lose your licenses to practice.
Mega-dose vitamin C delivered by IV at 20, 50, or 100 grams daily has been discovered to remedy many infectious diseases. It’s also had success with cancer patients and other maladies. But very few know this treatment approach even exists.
Practitioners who administer mega-dose IV vitamin C are not easy to find, and there’s probably no insurance coverage. But if you can afford the treatments, orthomolecular.org provides a directory of practitioners who deliver mega-dose IV C.
The handful of Orthomolecular MDs and Psychiatrists are marginalized and threatened so much by medical bureaucratic agencies that they are very discreet about how, where, and why they use mega-dose supplements as treatments for physical and mental illness.
After searching for that treatment for my wife while living in Austin, TX, we came up with one, a chiropractor who didn’t need to be concerned about the AMA and FDA as much as an MD would. Sessions were $100 each with several visits required. So we scratched that since there was no insurance to cover it.
Discovering Liposomal Vitamin C
Then I discovered liposomal C, which we used successfully to fake compliance with the hospital’s demand of six months to a year of antibiotics that had been forced on my wife after her operation. We continued to pick up the antibiotics without using them. She was examined after a few weeks of the liposomal C and was clear of the infection without using the antibiotics prescribed.
Liposomal vitamin C is a lipid encapsulation of ascorbic acid granules that delivers more vitamin C to cells orally than even mega-dose intravenous (IV) vitamin C.
At first, vitamin C orthomolecular physician Dr. Thomas Levy, MD, found this hard to believe, even as clinical results were being achieved.
Then he analyzed liposomal C to discover that although IV C delivers much more vitamin C into the bloodstream at one time without any bowel threshold limitations than orally ingesting vitamin C, not all of it permeates tissue cells.
It’s estimated that maybe only 20% of IV vitamin C volume gets into cells, while 90% of liposomal C permeates tissue on a cellular level. Vitamin C is water soluble, and cell walls are fatty, another reason why one needs good fats in the diet. Liposomal C is a lipid (fatty substance) encapsulating vitamin C on a molecular level.
This enables higher oral doses vitamin C to permeate cells while not overwhelming bowel thresholds since it is lipid encapsulated and the gram levels are lower.
The Amazing Story of New Zealand Dairy Farmer Alan Smith’s Recovery from Life Support
Some of you may be familiar with the story of New Zealand dairy farmer Alan Smith, who recovered rapidly from a coma induced by flu complicated double pneumonia and leukemia. Many online accounts make it seem as though only IV C led to his recovery. They were inaccurate.
After recovering from his coma with two days of mega-dose IV vitamin C, the hospital stopped completely. Alan’s condition lingered as serious. He was off life support, but bed ridden with a long recovery period prognosis.
Following several legal attempts from Alan’s family and an attorney, who provided the legal material that hospitals must concede to family members’ treatment wishes, the hospital cynically conceded to continue with only two grams IV C daily. So the hospital skirted the Smith family’s wishes by complying to the letter of the law. Here’s your IV C folks, now shut up and leave us alone!
The family wanted them to continue administering 50 to 100 grams of IV C after showing positive results from two days of that dosage when they were ready to pull the plug on his life support. That’s when his family members found out about a newly produced liposomal C, which they brought to Alan daily.
Each packet contained one gram of encapsulated vitamin C. Alan consumed six daily and achieved the miraculous results he had experienced with the 50 to 100 grams daily of IV C with only six grams daily of liposomal C for a few days.
es, six grams of liposomal C did the work of 50 to 100 grams of IV C.
He walked out of the hospital in days on his own power, which none of the doctors thought could happen. A year later, he was examined and there was no trace of the leukemia that was discovered in the hospital.
Protection Against Radiation
At the Fukushima hot spot, a team of orthomolecular (mega-dose supplement medicine) scientists administered 25 grams of IV C and six grams daily of liposomal C to one group of site clean-up workers while giving none to another group.
The vitamin C crew came back with no signs of radioactive poisoning, while the crew without vitamin C showed high toxicity levels. The radiation poisoned group was then given the same IV and liposomal C treatments as the first group, and they all recovered.
That trial’s information has been suppressed. More on it here.
Lower Prices and Easier Access for the Same Impact of IV C
Lypo-Spheric liposomal vitamin C is manufactured by Livon Labs, the inventor of the process, which is what Alan used. But there are others. You can find providers by simply Googling liposomal vitamin C. There are YouTube videos demonstrating how to make your own liposomal C. But DIY is probably half as efficacious as the commercially made stuff, if that.
The DIY process needs to be repeated often and extended until a pinch of baking soda no longer produces a fizz. That’s how to tell if enough of the C is encapsulated with the lipid mix. But Dr. Levy doesn’t think much or any gets lipid encapsulated.
He says it’s only emulsified. Not as good as commercially produced with expensive equipment, but of greater value than off-the-shelf oral vitamin C nevertheless.
Paul Fassa is a contributing staff writer for REALfarmacy.com. His pet peeves are the Medical Mafia’s control over health and the food industry and government regulatory agencies’ corruption. Paul’s valiant contributions to the health movement and global paradigm shift are world renowned. Visit his blog by following this link and follow him on Twitter here.
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