- Essential nutrient is rapidly absorbed. Large doses of Vitamin C taken intravenously provide the body with this essential nutrient and ensure rapid delivery to the cells by administering the vitamin at a high concentration directly into the bloodstream.
- Alkalinizes the body. Vitamin C works to change the body to a more alkaline state, providing an undesirable environment for unhealthy cells to thrive.
- Generates hydrogen peroxide intracellularly. Intravenous vitamin therapy provides the body with high doses of vitamin C which is a pro-oxidant that generates hydrogen peroxide intracellularly(1,2,3). Hydrogen Peroxide is a naturally occurring biochemical that preferentially kills unhealthy cells and leaves healthy cells unharmed.
- Toxins such as heavy metals, synthetic chemicals, and byproducts from poor digestion and infections overload our bodies, accumulate in our tissues, and block normal regulation. Intravenous vitamin C supports detoxification by converting toxins to harmless substances that are eliminated through the urine.
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