Article source: The West Clinics
So many people don't know that there are additional tools to fight viral infections. This is isn't new, it's just not known. This study is from 2017. IV vitamin C rapidly heals lungs without residual or lingering problems. If you think you have a viral infection, act now and get some IV vitamin C.
Vitamin C information:
Vitamin C eliminates world's oldest known nutritional deficiency disease, scurvy. It was first isolated by Albert Szent-Gyorgyi in 1928 from pork adrenal glands and called hexuronic acid. In 1933, its chemical structure was established. It was successfully synthesized, and the name was changed to ascorbic acid. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that is stored in many tissues throughout the body, but the adrenal glands contain the highest concentration.
Humans are one of the few species that cannot manufacture vitamin C. We must depend on our diet, or nutritional supplements, as the source of this vitamin.
Most Frequent Reported Uses:
• Antioxidant • Immunity • Cardiovascular health • Cancer prevention • Common cold prevention • Wound healing • Neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s disease • Scurvey vitamins, minerals, nutrients
Immunity: Regular supplementation with Vitamin C is reported to decrease the duration of colds (Hemila et al, 2013) and decrease the incidence of infection (OchoaBrust et al, 2007). Vitamin C supplementation is reported to:
1. Increase production of white blood cells (neutrophils, lymphocytes, and natural killer cells) 2. Increase levels of antibodies IgA, IgG, and IgM 3. Increase production of interferon 4. Modulate prostaglandin synthesis and decrease inflammation
The best sources of vitamin C are fresh fruits, especially citrus fruits, strawberries, cantaloupe and currants, and fresh vegetables, especially Brussels sprouts, collard greens, lettuce, cabbage, peas, and asparagus