Megadoses of Vitamin C
Vitamins are complex organic substances, biologically active, they are extremely necessary for man in small amounts, known as micronutrients. Most vitamins with the exception of D, K, B1, B2 and folic acid, are not synthesized by the body and if they do, the amounts are insufficient, therefore, their external contribution is necessary.
Vitamin C or Ascorbic acid
The benefits provided by vitamin C are multiple, however, it is extremely sensitive and fragile since under natural environmental conditions and improper handling in less than 30 minutes it loses its effect, for example, this happens when we leave an orange juice prepared at temperature environment for more than 15-20 minutes. As it is a water-soluble vitamin, it is hardly stored in the body, therefore it is necessary to provide a constant intake.
It activates the synthesis of collagen, helps wound healing and is involved in the formation of cartilage, bones and teeth.
Due to its antioxidant properties, it has been linked to the prevention of cataracts, some types of cancer, degenerative diseases and increased resistance to infections.
It plays an important role in the detoxification of the liver.
It improves the quality of life in patients who present emotional, work, environmental stress among others, smokers and chronic fatigue.
On an aesthetic level, vitamin C is considered the main source of youth.
Consequences for not consuming vitamin C
- Joint pain.
- Poor wound healing.
- Loss of Elastin and Collagen.
Benefical effects of increasing the dose
- Cancer prevention and treatment.
- Relief in joint pain, degenerative diseases.
- Potentialization of the immune system in viral diseases such as colds among others.
- Increased energy, decreased stress.
- Improvement in the healing processes in ulcers, burns or surgeries.
- Elimination of toxins
- Park the aging “philosopher’s stone”
- Essential antioxidant.
- Collagen and Elastin Stimulation.
Contraindications for the treatment
Patients with kidney stones or kidney failure.
Water and electrolyte disorders.
Patients with changes in red blood cells specifically G6PD (glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase). Hemochromatosis.
Psychiatric problems in treatment.
Uncontrolled chronic diseases.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Patients undergoing treatment with drugs such as: barbiturates, tetracyclines, warfarin, sinvastatin or niacin.
This treatment is subject to prior medical evaluation, in this appointment the treatment is individualized according to the patient’s need, the sessions are usually weekly or monthly and last approximately one hour to an hour and a half.