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Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) benefits your immune system, contributes to wound healing, helps your body absorb iron, and assists with forming collagen. It also has antioxidant  properties and protects against toxins like pollution. A quick and easy IV hydration therapy with high-dose vitamin C may offer relief from mood changes, stress, and sickness.


Research has shown that Vitamin C:

  • boosts your blood’s antioxidant levels so your natural defenses are better at fighting inflammation. This may reduce your risk of chronic diseases such as heart disease.

  • helps reduce blood pressure, another risk factor for heart disease.

  • may help people who suffer from gout, by reducing the amount of uric acid in the blood and helping protect against painful gout attacks.

  • helps your body absorb iron better, reducing the risk of anemia.

  • may protect thinking and memory functions as the years advance. As a powerful antioxidant, vitamin C combats oxidative stress in the brain and nerves. Low levels of vitamin C have been linked to impaired memory and cognitive performance.

  • protects pregnant women against prenatal health problems such as anemia, and it supports the baby’s growth and immune system.

  • helps prevent cataracts and age-related macular degeneration.

  • protects skin against wrinkling, discoloration and other signs of aging and helps regenerate the skin by increasing collagen formation.

  • helps reduce mental and physical symptoms of stress.

  • can inhibit the growth of some cancerous tumors by removing free radicals responsible for fueling tumor growth.

             levy, Thomas J., Curing the Incurable: Vitamin C, infectious diseases, and toxins. 3rd ed. 2009. LivOn Books.


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