Vitamin C Can Cure Your Condition and keep you young!!!

  • You can be taking Vitamin C forever and not see a difference.
  • You need to Test your Body in order to know your personal dosage, so that you consume it on daily basis, in order to see results.
  • Once you find the number of your personal dosage, divided into 2 and take it 2 times per day (preferably breakfast and lunch).

Vitamin C is used for the following (when taking your personal dosage):

  • To Flush and Detoxify the Body
  • Help heal present problems, such as the common cold, immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, eye health, cancer and stroke. It is essential for producing the body’s glue (collagen).
  • Maintain skin healthy and wrinkle-free. To keep skin, muscles, tissues and organs firm and elastic. One of the most important anti-aging steps, since, without vitamin c the body collagen’s productivity cannot take place.
  • Nutritive support for normal, healthy collagen synthesis (collagen is the glue that holds the human body together and this includes internal organs, muscle, tissues and the elasticity of the skin)
  • An incredible Antioxidant, free radical eliminator!!!
  • Protects the body from bacterial infection
  • Reduce Inflammation in your whole body, these includes scalp inflammation due to hair mites
  • Promotes Healing of wounds any were in the body (internal or external, this includes blemishes).
  • Reduces allergens, (Excellent antihistamine, stops allergic reactions)
  • Balances Body’s PH
  • Development of cartilage and from the body’s bones,
  • Immune function
  • Healthy skin and Scalp
  • Strengthens fragile capillaries, and improves blood vessel Integrity
  • Removal of Chemical Allergens and other pollutants
  • Removal of Chemical poisoning, arsenic and radiation poisoning
  • Influenza
  • Sprains
  • Nerve impulse transmission
  • Prevention of illnesses including cancer and Aids

When should I take Vitamin C and How

  • Vitamin C Flushes can be done several times during the month as a body detox, (that is over passing your personal dosage). To remove a health situation from the system

Take your personal dosage daily for body and health maintenance.

Because vitamin C promotes the healing of wounds and protects the body from bacterial infection, allergens, and other pollutants, it is often beneficial to flush the body with vitamin C. This therapy can help treat chemical allergies and chemical poisoning, influenza, and sprains, and it can help prevent other illnesses.

Procedure for Adults

Place 1000 milligrams of vitamin C in a cup of water or juice. To make this drink, use vitamin C in the form of either esterified vitamin C, such as Easter-C, or a buffered product, such as calcium ascorbate. Take every half hour, keeping track of how much has been taken, until diarrhea results. Count the number of teaspoon needed to produce diarrhea. Subtract 1 from this amount, and take the resulting ascorbic acid drink every four hours for one to two days. During therapy, make sure the stool retains a tapioca-like consistency. If it again becomes watery, decrease dosage as necessary. Repeat therapy once a month.

So two numbers will be important for the rest of your life, your personal dosage, and the amount that detoxes you (i.e. body flush). With this test you will find your personal dose, as well as the dose that flushes your body.

portions of animal foods, as unaltered and unprocessed as possible. If everyone ate this way, we’d see a much larger portion of our population living healthier, longer lives.


  • Vitamin C in high doses appears to interfere with the blood-thinning effects of anticoagulants such as warfarin. Caution is advised in people with bleeding disorders or those taking drugs that affect bleeding. Dosing adjustments may be necessary.
  • Vitamin C may affect blood sugar levels. Caution is advised in people with diabetes or hypoglycemia, and in those taking drugs, herbs, or supplements that affect blood sugar. Blood glucose levels may need to be monitored by a qualified healthcare professional, including a pharmacist. Medication adjustments may be necessary.
  • Vitamin C may increase blood pressure. Caution is advised in people with high blood pressure.
  • Use cautiously in people with cancer (e.g. lung), cataracts, glucose-6- phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency, anemia and related conditions, disorders of the gut, kidney stones, or sickle cell disease.
  • Use cautiously in people after angioplasty and in pregnant women at risk of high blood pressure during pregnancy.
  • Use cautiously in greater than recommended doses in breastfeeding women.
  • Use cautiously in people taking antibiotics, anticancer agents, HIV medications, barbiturates, estrogens, fluphenazine, or iron supplements.
  • Avoid in people with known allergy or sensitivity to any ingredients in Vitamin C products.
  • Avoid high doses of vitamin C in people with conditions aggravated by increased acid, such as advanced liver disease, gout, a disease where kidneys fail to remove extra acid from the body, or a disease with early breakdown of red blood cells.
  • Avoid high doses of vitamin C in people with kidney failure or in those taking agents that may damage the kidneys.