An antioxidant has already been extensively & unequivocally documented to readily cure a wide range of infectious diseases, inflammatory disorders, wound healing, poisons & toxic states as well as cancer. Riordan et al (1960’s) demonstrated the likelihood that Vitamin C was an effective anti-tumor agent as long as a high enough concentration of it could be achieved inside the tumor. It was also concluded that oral Vitamin C supplementation was unlikely to produce blood levels high enough to have toxic effects on a known tumor.
A more effective dosing is achievable by intravenous administration. Vitamin C infusions are a clinically proven, safe chemotherapeutic agent, toxic to tumor cells but with the advantage of protecting & preserving normal healthy tissues and the preservation of immune system function.
The aim of the infusion method is to administer high enough doses of Vitamin C over a short 1-2 hour period achieving blood saturations high enough to have a direct killing effect on the tumor cells, bacteria, viruses, poisons, toxins as well as remarkable healing properties with wounds, burns etc.
Glutathione is a protein that is produced in the liver from the amino acids cysteine, glutamic acid & glycine. It is a powerful antioxidant that inhibits the formation of and protects against cellular damage from free radicals.
Glutathione is deficient either systemically or in specific affected tissues in a variety of diseases including Parkinson’s disease, cystic fibrosis, inflammatory bowel disorders, fibromyalgia, hepatitis, toxic conditions, CFS & cancer.
It is preferable to give GSH in an infusion (I.V.) as there is only approx 5% absorbed when taken orally, less when there is a bowel disorder present.
It is effectively given with Vitamin C working together in synergy. There is evidence that GSH recycles Vitamin C & Vitamin C dramatically spares GSH.
Alpha-Lipoic Acid (ALA)
ALA is an oxidizing agent & has a dramatic antioxidant activity. Apart from basic metabolism ALA is involved with protein repair, the recycling of GSH, Vitamin C & E.
ALA has therapeutic potential in a variety of disorders including diabetes, hepatic disorders, neurodegenerative disorders, radiation damage, chemotherapy, heavy metal poisoning, sepsis & also HIV treatment.
ALA in combination with Vitamin C is cytotoxic to cancer cells & increases the killing effect of Vitamin C.
Alpha Lipoic Acid is normally incompatible with acids such as Vitamin C. However, it can be very safely mixed & made compatible with acid nutrients with the addition of Sodium Bicarbonate.
This is a complex mixture of B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 & B12 these B vitamins act synergistically in the body. The B Vitamins are critically tied to the metabolism of carbohydrates, amino acids & fats & are essential for the production of energy in cells as well as carrying out many other functions.
Deficiencies in 1 or more of the B Vitamins can occur in debilitated states, with inadequate diet, with gastrointestinal problems, as well as alcoholism & the elderly. Deficiency of several of the B vitamins is associated with severe neurological & skin disorders.
The B vitamins are synergistic in metabolism & are recommended that they are administered together.