January 31, 2019
Vitamin C megadosage by intravenous application and the benefits of Vitamin C in general medicine and aesthetics are indisputable.
Firstly, it is a great antioxidant. As an ascorbic acid, its use in aesthetics is very advanced. The idea is to not only use it topically or orally because the doses are very small but to perform a treatment via intravenous, as a megadose. This goes straight to plasma to achieve a better and faster effect.
Although the aesthetic result is expected, the patient also achieves a feeling of well-being, since this injection of Vitamin C helps to improve overall health.
Being an antioxidant, it captures free radicals which are responsible for 90% of systemic illnesses and can destroy them when high doses are given, improving the immune system.
- It is a great anti-aging tool.
- Procollagens are produced from ascorbic acid so once it is applied, additional collagen production begins.
- It is a must-have tool to reduce skin injuries and promote tissue regeneration after surgeries.
- It has been called the stress hormone. Once applied, the patient also feels much more relaxed and rejuvenated.
How Long Does the Process Take?
Oral dosages are very small compared to mega doses given by intravenous, meaning the result is fast and evident.
Vitamin C megadoses by IV is a process that takes 15 minutes and lacks pain and other discomforts. However, It is advisable to ingest water during the procedure.
How Much Vitamin C can I safely get?
Each infusion bottle is 50ml which contains 7.5 grams of ascorbic acid (vitamin c). For people suffering illnesses such as cancer who request additional doses, it is possible to receive up to 4 infusion bottles per appointment.
Immune System Reinforcement
Studies prove that Vitamin C gives a valuable boost in the healing process after surgical interventions and is recommended to be taken at the time of the procedure.
Diabetic patients, those with Alzheimer’s, allergies and other people with bad habits such as tobacco and alcohol, are candidates for the application of Vitamin C because these conditions can be dramatically improved.
Having said that, many patients with serious illnesses such as cancer who have taken these intravenous MegaDoses claim to feel better, look better and perform their daily routines more efficiently after a series of treatments over a relatively short period of time.
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Are there any side-effects?
There are no side effects for regular IV doses. Any side effects for applying Vitamin C megadoses in higher amounts are relative. The most common ‘complaint’ is that of diarrhea as the body keeps what it needs and quickly eliminates the excess.
In patients with chronic renal failure, it is preferable not to apply this treatment because Vitamin C is metabolized to the kidney.