The Benefit of Taking Vitamin C Intravenously, the Disbenefit of Taking Vitamin C Orally, the Use of Vitamin C to Attack Tumors, and the Result of Providing Intravenous Vitamin C to Laboratory Rats

Vitamin C could be a potential treatment for cancer in the future. Asorbic Acid, more commonly referred to as "Vitamin C", when given intravenously is absorbed by the body at a much higher rate. When ingested orally, approximately 100 mg of Vitamin C can be absorbed, whilst the excess is flushed through the urinary system. Studies have demostrated that high doses of Vitamin C provided intravenously, enables the body to create hydrogen peroxide which is known to attack cancer cells and tumors. La...

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