Vitamin C (Intravenous)

Vitamin C is a nutrient found in foods such as oranges, grapefruits (grapefruits), kiwis, peppers and broccoli, and in food supplements. Vitamin C is an antioxidant that helps prevent cell damage caused by free radicals. In addition, it acts on enzymes that play a key role in the development of collagen. Vitamin C is also called ascorbic acid, L-ascorbic acid, or ascorbate.

Vitamin C is given by intravenous infusion. Consumption of vitamin C intravenously has great benefits, either at the level of health or aesthetics, as it helps to produce more energy, generate more defenses and destroy cancer cells, also has benefits on the skin. This because, when injected, allows better and faster absorption of the body, which absorbs it 100% unlike oral consumption, in which only 5% is retained.

Among its benefits are:

  • Strengthen the immune system.
  • Improves wound healing and reduces symptoms caused by allergic reactions.
  • Actively participates in liver detoxification processes facilitating the elimination of toxic.
  • Involved in the formation of collagen.
  • Has antidepressant action.
  • Involved in maintaining the integrity of gums, bones, teeth and blood vessels.
  • Helps neutralize and eliminate all kinds of toxins accumulated in the body.
  • Helps diabetics control blood sugar levels and protect the arteries from damage caused by rising sugar levels.
  • Raises good cholesterol (HDL) and lowers bad cholesterol (LDL).
  • Rejuvenate the skin.

In some studies, intravenous vitamin C use in people with cancer was shown to improve quality of life and decrease cancer-related side effects.

  • In general, vitamin C given by intravenous infusion caused very few side effects in clinical trials. However, intravenous vitamin C may cause serious side effects in people with kidney disease, G6PD deficiency, or hemochromatosis.