Does Vitamin C fight Viruses Shingles Ebola

Vitamin C and Shingles Viruses and other suppressed Vitamin C information Ebola

Vitamin C and Shingles (viruses)! Can high dose vitamin C solve your virus? Read this and do your homework. Shingles is a temporarily debilitating and extremely painful recurrent disease produced by the opportunistic varicella-zoster virus. It is usually acquired in childhood during a chickenpox infection and can remain dormant for many years.

The virus remains latent in nerve cell bodies for years and it manifests itself through pain and blisters and takes hold when it’s host immune system is weak due to a stress factor or an an underlying disease. The disease is usually resolved in two to four weeks if left untreated.

Treatment is focused on the symptoms itself and if diagnosed within the first 24 hours antivirals can shorten the course by a few days. The problem is that by the time the patient visits the doctor it is too late for the antivirals to be effective.

Analgesics usually curbs the pain slightly but not to a comfortable level.


So where does vitamin C fit in?

We have always heard to take our vitamin C from our moms or grandmothers when we had the common cold which is a virus. Studies show that they were right (which is usually the case although some of us hate to accept this common treatment).

Vitamin C, in particular, mega doses of 2000 or more milligrams of the intramuscular or intravenous form has shown to curtail the symptoms of shingles in just two hours. Furthermore vitamin C has shown to reduce the size of the unsightly blisters with complete recoveries in just two to 4 days.

Vitamin C helps resolve infections of a large spectrum of pathogens but its effect on acute viral syndromes are especially dramatic and prompt, and it should always be part of any treatment protocol for an infected patient.

Now, some practical advice from a professional who has had his father suffer from West Nile Virus in 2008, and more recently a bladder infection following prostrate surgery in 2014. In both cases US Doctors were asked to add Vitamin C therapy intravenously to support his immune response to the virus in case 1, and to provide a level of activation to his bladder and urine in case 2. Both documented treatments.

In each case, U.S. doctors refused. They even felt offended such a bizarre request would be made. Nevertheless, researchers and historians of science recognize doctor intelligence may be high by IQ measurement, but their ignorance can be coupled with arrogance limiting valid treatment options for patients. If you ever want to learn why doctors die young, simply step back and watch as they contradict their actions with sophisticated scientific jargon to defend their turf, then turn around and do just the opposite in everyday life.

Fact is, Vitamin C therapy is no more risky than any other therapy. That is, statistically speaking – it won’t do harm to you. On the other hand, there have been many well documented cases of its benefits. The following video is an exercise to all new doctors to open your mind and step outside of the typical allopathic medical paradigm. These are real empirical facts of life. Don’t loose patients to a virus without giving mega dose Vitamin C a chance. There is a lot of intelligent knowledge and clinical examples backing it up.

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