'Curing the Incurable' a brief on unknown incredible benefits of Vitamin C
"Research currently underway has shown that high concentrations of Vitamin C can stop the growth, or even kill a wide range of Cancer cells. Only intravenous administration of Vitamin C can deliver the high doses found to be effective against Cancer. Common treatment options for Cancer, such as Chemotherapy and Radiation therapy, can be sometimes ineffective. However, a new clinical trial tests the effect of high-dose Vitamin C in combination with standard treatment on health outcomes for patients with cancer.
In the 1970s and 1980s, Nobel Prize winner Linus Pauling, together with Surgeon Ewan Cameron, first hypothesized the clinical benefits of Vitamin C for treating people with cancer.
Other benefits of Vitamin C may include but not limited the following:
- Cardiovascular health: Vitamin C may widen the blood vessels, and this could help protect against heart disease and hypertension, or high blood pressure.
- Cholesterol levels: These were found to be lower in individuals with adequate levels of Vitamin C.
- Immunity: Vitamin C is also involved in the body's immune system and protect from certain diseases.
- Infections: Vitamin C plays a role in controlling infections and healing wounds and can neutralize harmful free radicals.
- Cataracts: Vitamin C may help lower the risk of cataracts as well as of age-related macular degeneration.
- Diabetes: Patients are less likely to experience deterioration of the kidneys, eyes, and nerves if they use a high dose of Vitamin C.
- Anemia: Vitamin C enhances the absorption of iron.
- Lead: Level of Lead may be reduced if there is an adequate intake of Vitamin C.
- Histamine: Histamine is a substance the immune system produces, resulting in inflammation and other problems. A study found lower blood levels of Histamine in people who took 2 grams (g) of Vitamin C per day.
A high intake of Vitamin C through Intravenous or supplements, but not a diet, may cause kidney stones, and it may increase the risk of cardiovascular problems in women after menopause, this is not confirmed. However, researchers not found evidence.
Mega doses of Vitamin C are not toxic because once the body's tissues become saturated with Vitamin C, absorption decreases and any excess amount will be excreted in urine.