maanantai 27. lokakuuta 2014

The Ebola virus can be destroyed naturally – despite what you’ve been told

To date, not a single virus has been tested that is not inactivated (killed) by a large enough dose of vitamin C (ascorbic acid).

Many other antioxidants have similar virucidal effects, but vitamin C appears uniquely to be of greatest potency and clinical efficacy, as its simple chemical structure allows for it to be disseminated throughout the body with little restriction. 
As such, it is able to effectively address viral populations present in both the intracellular and extracellular spaces.

Other antioxidants have been found to have higher ORAC (Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity) values – measurements which are used to quantify the antioxidant capacity of supplements (or foods). However, a virus can never be incapacitated by a potent antioxidant if the chemical structure of that antioxidant does not permit direct contact between the virus and the antioxidant. 

Why is vitamin C so effective in killing viruses?

A primary way in which vitamin C destroys viruses, or sets them up for destruction by the immune system, is by activating the ‘Fenton reaction. In a nutshell, this reaction can proceed inside the virus, inside cells in which viruses are replicating, and on the surfaces of the viruses themselves. The result of this reaction that is stimulated by the presence of vitamin C, one or more transition metal cations, and the local presence of peroxide is the immediate production of hydroxyl radicals. These radicals are the most reactive oxidizing agents ever identified.
As such, they radically upregulate oxidative stress and end up destroying whatever is in their immediate environment.

The effects of vitamin C in “mopping up” after it inflicts its viral damage are further supported by its potent and multifaceted support of the immune system.

There is no other substance that singularly does as much to promote increased and strong immune function as vitamin C. Among many other effects, vitamin C directly stimulates interferon and antibody production, while effectively supercharging the functions of the white blood cells by becoming very concentrated inside those cells. To be balanced, it is also important to note that the effects of vitamin C on chronic viral infections, such as chronic hepatitis, AIDS, or HIV-positive states are less profound, as the virus works its way into physical locations much less accessible by vitamin C than when the viral infections are acute. Nevertheless, long-term, highly-dosed protocols of vitamin C often completely control and even occasionally cure these diseases.

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(Vitamin C can be purchased as either L-Ascorbic acid, (Vitamin C Crystals) a weak acid,

  • Ascorbic Acid
  • Pure Powder
  • Pharmaceutical Grade
  • Vegetarian Product
Ascorbic acid is the most common form of the vitamin.
Ascorbic Acid is another name for Vitamin C.  Vitamin C is a popular antioxidant and one of the most widely used vitamins in the world.  Fine Ascorbic acid is a bioavailable form of Vitamin C in a powder form, so it can be combined with other powdered supplements or dissolved in liquid for easy ingestion. Wikipedia - Ascorbic acid is a naturally occurring organic  compound with antioxidant properties. 

From the FDA's website: "Some scientific evidence suggests that consumption of antioxidant vitamins may reduce the risk of certain forms of cancer. However, FDA has determined that this evidence is limited and not conclusive."

or as Sodium L-Ascorbate (Sodium Ascorbate Powder ) 

Antioxidant Protection*
  • Pure Buffered
  • Vitamin C Powder
  • A Dietary Supplement
  • Vegetarian/Vegan
Vitamin C is a water soluble nutrient well known for its vital role in the immune system. Vitamin C is necessary for the production of collagen (a structural protein in connective tissue) and is therefore important for skin, bone, and joint health. Vitamin C is also needed for amino acid metabolism and the utilization of many nutrients, such as folic acid and iron. It is also a highly effective antioxidant that can protect the bodys cells and molecules from damage by free radicals generated during normal metabolism.* This product supplies Sodium Ascorbate, a buffered form of Vitamin C that is gentler on the stomach.
Wikipedia - Sodium ascorbate is one of a number of mineral salts of ascorbic acid (vitamin C).

O.K. – let’s talk about the clinical results

The actual evidence showing what vitamin C has done and can continue to do if properly utilized is there for anyone to see and review. The ‘multi-C protocol’ will reverse and cure any viral syndrome if secondary organ damage has not already advanced too far. Even then, many cases that would seem hopeless can still show dramatic clinical responses. Review for yourself the incredible clinical results of Frederick Klenner, MD, – who is truly the father of the clinical applications of vitamin C.
 Also, check out the H1N1 patient in New Zealand who was going to be taken off of life support when vitamin C finally came to the rescue.
The Use of Vitamin C as an AntibioticClinical Guide to the Use of Vitamin C

Frederick R. Klenner, M.D., F.C.C.P
Dr. Klenner’s list of honours and professional affiliations is tremendous. He is listed in a flock of various “Who’s Who” registers. He has published many scientific papers throughout his scientific career.
Dr. Klenner was a:
Fellow: The American College of Chest Physicians
Fellow & Diplomate: The International College of Applied Nutrition
Fellow: The American Association for the Advancement of Science
Fellow: The American College of Angiology
Fellow: The American Academy of Family Practice
Fellow: The Royal Society of Health (London)
Fellow: International College of Angiology
Founder-Fellow: American Geriatrics Society
Fellow (Honorary): The International Academy of Orthomolecular and Preventive Medicine

A few more points about Ebola need to be considered…

This is a disease that spreads most effectively among populations that have a substantially poorer nutritional status than is seen in the United States and other well-fed populations around the world. Of course, any exposure to a high enough titer of virus can allow an infection to “take hold,” even in a well-nourished individual. Furthermore, it has been published that there are a substantial number of individuals, often healthcare workers who treated Ebola patients, who have a symptomless infection when exposed to Ebola virus. This further supports the concept just mentioned that the nutritional status of the exposed individuals is a very important consideration in determining the likelihood of the infection proceeding to severe illness or even death.

My final crucial point about all this ‘hysteria’ …

Don’t worry.

If Hollywood and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) want to induce the populations of the world into a full-blown panic, so be it.

You have the tools to prevent a virus like Ebola from ever setting up shop in your body. And if your prevention should fall short, resolution and cure is a simple process, and it should occur for all but the most immune-challenged, chronically ill, and malnourished individuals among us.  //end of cpt 1(2)

References 1(2):
Baxter A (2000) Symptomless infection with Ebola virus. Lancet 355:2178-2179. PMID: 10881884
Levy T (2002) Curing the Incurable. Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases, and Toxins. Henderson, NV: MedFox Publishing
Klenner F (1971) Observations of the dose and administration of ascorbic acid when employed beyond the range of a vitamin in human pathology. Journal of Applied Nutrition 23:61-88
Levy T (2012) Treating influenza with vitamin C: results and mechanisms. Townsend Letter December
Klenner F (1948) Virus pneumonia and its treatment with vitamin C. Southern Medicine & Surgery February, 110:36-38, 46
Cathcart R. (1984) Vitamin C in the treatment of acquired immune deficiency syndrome. (AIDS). Medical Hypotheses 14:423-433. PMID: 6238227
Levy T (2011) Primal Panacea Henderson, NV: MedFox Publishing

Intravenous Vitamin C for Cancer Cure on ABC News
(Vitamin C has been known to cure over 30 major disease for over 50 years. But why haven't you heard more about it? Why haven't more doctors used Vitamin C as medicine?) Video

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Vitamin C benefits include reversing blood poisoning

Vitamin C is being hailed as a safe, inexpensive and effective way to reverse the course of sepsis, a potentially life-threatening type of blood poisoning. In an animal study conducted at Lawson Health Research Institute at the University of Western Ontario and published in 2010 in Intensive Care Medicine, researchers found that vitamin C injections significantly improved the survival rate of septic mice. Researchers are eager to see if the results are applicable to human patients. Noting that the injections had no harmful side effects, study leader Dr. Karel Tyml predicted that inexpensive, safe vitamin C treatments could improve the outlook for sepsis patients worldwide, and be a particular boon in developing countries, in which the rates of sepsis are higher.

The NADPH oxidase plays a pivotal role in microbial killing because its dys-function causes CGD, (Chronic granulomatous disease) characterized by a profound predisposition to bacterial and fungal infection (810), and killing is compromised under anaerobic conditions (11).
Detailed reviews of the biochemistry and bioenergetics of this system have recently been undertaken (1213), to which I refer readers. A schematic representation of the oxidase is shown in Figure 2.

Schematic representation of the NADPH oxidase. Flavocytochrome b558 is a heterodimer of gp91phox, which contains the haem- and flavin-binding sites, and p22phox. Electron transport is activated by phosphorylation and translocation to the vacuolar membrane of p47phox and p67phox. p21rac, in the GTP-bound form, is also required (12).

How exactly does vitamin C treat, prevent and even reverse blood poisoning?

Experts say that oxidative stress is a major factor in sepsis. Vitamin C, also called ascorbic acid, achieves its lifesaving effects by fighting the oxidative reaction, while stimulating the production of nitric oxide and alleviating the microvascular dysfunction that can lead to organ failure. It also reduces platelet adhesion, making blood platelets less likely to form clots.

Even a single (high dose) vitamin C injection can cause a dramatic improvement in physical health.

 According to researchers, one bolus injection of vitamin C during the development of sepsis is sufficient to prevent the plugging of capillaries. When given later in the course of disease, a lone injection can unblock impaired capillaries and restore blood flow. This single injection can also prevent capillary plugging for up to 24 hours post-injection – a finding that led the team to remark on vitamin C’s “rapid and persistent” beneficial effects.

Critically ill patients benefit the most from high dose vitamin

C therapy In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study of 216 critically ill patients published in 2004 in Anesthesia and Analgesia, researchers found that administering vitamin E and vitamin C significantly reduced mortality. In a randomized trial published in 2002 in Annals of Surgery, 595 patients given vitamins C and E within 24 hours of their traumatic event or major surgery had a reduced risk of major organ failure and pulmonary edema. It’s not so surprising that vitamin C has dramatic effects on blood poisoning; this indispensable water-soluble vitamin is an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and a powerful anti-aging substance. Vitamin C plays a vital role in helping to grow and repair tissues and heal wounds, but also helps to keep blood vessels flexible. It’s even an enzyme cofactor, and helps to make collagen – which is needed for healthy skin.

How much vitamin C should I be getting?

Since vitamin C can NOT be stored in the body, it must be obtained through the diet and supplementation.
While the National Academy of Sciences recommends a daily value of 75 milligrams a day for women and 90 milligrams a day for men, these figures are dramatically lower than what most natural health experts suggest. In fact, if you’re suffering from any degenerative illness, you’ll need much more.
Dr. Linus Pauling, the founder of modern chemistry, holder of 48 honorary Ph.D.s, and the world’s only 2-time unshared Nobel prize laureate recommends that ‘every person who is at risk of heart disease should take 5 or 6 g of vitamin C and at least 2 g of lysine, although larger amounts may be necessary.
Obviously, when dealing with life-threatening conditions like blood poisoning – one should consult with a qualified, medical professional about how to best proceed – just be sure they have an experience with vitamin C or you’ll be wasting your time.

Is there anything else I need to know about vitamin C?

 Since every person is different – in terms of medical/health history – optimal levels of vitamin C may vary depending on bowel tolerance and severity of the health condition.  Generally speaking, the sicker the patient – the more vitamin C is needed, until symptoms go away. If you should experience intestinal upset or diarrhea, by taking vitamin C powder, tablets or capsules – just reduce the amount you’re taking and you should be fine.  If you’re considering high-dose IV vitamin C – this must be done by a qualified medical professional and you’ll need to check for a ‘G6PD deficiency’ before starting IV vitamin C therapy.  Remember, a sick person needs much more vitamin C versus a healthy individual. In addition, when taking vitamin C supplements – be aware that many brands are produced with genetically modified corn. Like any other food or nutritional supplement – it pays to know your supplier and ask questions before making your purchase. Naturally, it’s always a good idea to eat foods that are rich in antioxidants – which help to reduce the risk of free radical damage in our blood. Eat lots of organic fruits and vegetables (juicing is great) and for maximum benefit, eat these foods raw or slightly cooked – as vitamin C is sensitive to heat. /end of 2(2)

References 2(2):
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What is the benefit of L-Ascorbic acid form of vitamin C?

Generally speaking, vitamin C can be purchased as either L-Ascorbic acid, a weak acid, or as Sodium L-Ascorbate.  Ascorbic acid is the most common form of the vitamin and was used and recommended for oral consumption by Linus Pauling.

Vitamin C expert Robert Cathcart III, MD, prescribed high-doses of vitamin C to thousands of patients.  Dr. Cathcart found oral ascorbic acid to be twice as potent as sodium ascorbate and other ascorbate forms for many therapeutic applications.

Vitamin C authors and experts Steve Hickey, PhD, and Hilary Roberts, PhD, explain that oral ascorbic acid (but not sodium ascorbate) enters the blood stream through the stomach lining.

Note: The maximum steady state vitamin C level in human beings is 1.3 mg/dl (women) to 1.5 mg/dl (men)
Sodium ascorbate, having further to travel through the gut, is released more slowly when ingested orally and a slighly larger dose (4.9 g) reaches a maximum of around 20 mg/dl or 13 times the steady state maximum.


Vitamin C FAQs

What is Calcium Ascorbate?
Calcium Ascorbate is a buffered salt (mineral) form of the water-soluble antioxidant Vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Calcium is reacted with ascorbic acid to buffer the acidic nature of this vitamin, making it more gentle for the special needs of those who may have a sensitive gastrointestinal tract. The pH of this buffered mineral Ascorbate is approximately 6.8~7.4 as compared to ascorbic acid that is about a pH of 2.5. Calcium Ascorbate provides approximately 10% elemental calcium.
What does Calcium Ascorbate do?
Ascorbate (vitamin C) is a reducing sugar (has a reactive ene-diol structure) that is involved in biochemical processes such as hydroxylation of proline and lysine utilized in the formation of collagen and healthy connective tissue. A deficiency in Ascorbate results in a disease called scurvy which manifests as weakened collagen fibers, rotting teeth, delayed healing and open sores on the skin. Ascorbate is involved in many other vital functions such as the mobilization of iron, stimulation of immune system and as an anti-oxidant for scavenging of reactive free radicals.
Is this a necessary vitamin or can our bodies make enough to satisfy our needs?
Many plants and animals do not need to consume foods high in ascorbic acid to meet their need for Vitamin C because they are genetically programmed to produce enzymes that convert glucose into ascorbic acid. Unfortunately humans have only 3 of the 4 enzymes necessary for internal production of ascorbic acid, therefore we must satisfy our physical needs for this important vitamin through our intake of foods rich in vitamin C and/or take a good supplement.

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