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Recommended Therapies that Effectively Treat COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
COVID-19 (Coronavirus/2019-ncov) High Dosage Intravenous Vitamin C Medical Treatment
Early-stage Onset Therapy of Flu Virus, COVID-19 (Coronavirus/2019-ncov) Pneumonia Symptoms:
Treatment Therapy: 50,000 Int’l Units (IU) of Vitamin D3 and 50,000 IU of Vitamin A (retinol, retinyl palmitate, or retinyl acetate) (Recommended: Carlson or other high quality brand for both D3 & A) ONCE DAILY WITH FOOD for three (3) consecutive days,* THEN STOP TAKING D3 and A FOR 30 DAYS. Continue with vitamin C thereafter until healthy. Begin with 500 mg every one to two hours until a mild laxative effect occurs (called bowel tolerance) then stay at that dose of vitamin C until completely recovered.
*People who should NOT take high dose vitamin A and D for 3 days: any woman who MIGHT be pregnant, any person with an active lymphoid cancer; this would include any type of lymphoma, or any type of lymphocytic leukemia any person with a chronic illness characterized by a lot of inflammation, as indicated by high levels of blood markers of inflammation such as c-reactive protein.
Vitamin A 25,000 IU: Amazon and/or Pure Formulas
Vitamin D3 5,000 IU: Amazon and/or Pure Formulas (Vitamin D3 is available at 10,000 IU)
Nutrition Advice: www.lifeplus.com: General nutrition supplementation with high-dose antioxidants
Upon Hospitalization – DEMAND FROM THE DOCTORS!
Recommended COVID-19 (Coronavirus/2019-ncov) High Dosage Intravenous Vitamin C Treatment:
How this Therapy Cures the Virus: IV ascorbate (intravenous vitamin C) is an oxidative therapy, not an anti-oxidative therapy. In normal doses. oral vitamin C is mostly antioxidant, though at 10 grams and up (if GI system can tolerate that much), it begins to have oxidative effects--which is part of how it kills viruses. This is what makes intravenous vitamin C more effective against viruses than oral C.
Treatment Therapy: For someone with significant coronavirus pneumonia, (sick enough to be hospitalized), BEGIN with [intravenous] infusions of 25 grams of vitamin C, either as ascorbic acid, sodium ascorbate, magnesium ascorbate, or calcium ascorbate, or a mixture. If the patient worsens despite 2 or 3 infusions of 25 grams per day, I would increase to 50 grams, even 75 or 100 grams if needed. The ascorbate should be mixed in 250 to 500 ml sterile water, so that it is not too concentrated, and infused over 1 hour for 25 grams, 2 hours for 50 grams, 3 hours for 75-100 grams
Pre-IV Treatment -- Required TESTING to rule out (R/O) G6PD Deficiency:
It is ESSENTIAL in the US and Europe that people be tested for G6PD deficiency prior to receiving IV ascorbate. This stands for Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase and is most common in males and in the Mediterranean countries. High dose intravenous vitamin C has also been known to cause hemolysis [breakdown of red blood cells] in G6PD deficiency carriers, thus G6PD deficiency testing is routine before infusion of doses of 25g or more of vitamin C. It is a very easily obtained blood test in the US.