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Vitamin C


Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that dissolves in water and is delivered to the body’s tissues but is not well stored. This means that it must be taken daily through food or supplements. Vitamin C is important for immune support, skin health, and the growth and repair of body tissues.

Vitamin C is essential to the health of your connective tissues, including your skin. It maintains and promotes healthy blood vessels, bones, and skin. Vitamin C improves collagen production and helps give you a more youthful appearance by naturally reducing wrinkles and improving skin tone. Vitamin C detoxifies your body, especially your liver and gut, which removes toxins that can affect the appearance of your skin.

Several of the conditions that cause people to be more vulnerable to COVID-19 are also linked to Vitamin C deficiency, such as being immunocompromised, diabetes, cancer, inflammatory conditions, and being a smoker.

Iv infusions are an effective and easy way to introduce beneficial doses of Vitamin C into the body without having to rely on taking large quantities of supplements or eating specific amounts of certain food groups on a daily basis.


Vitamin C plays an important role in numerous body functions. Some examples of Vitamin C’s role in the body include:

  • Antioxidant – helps neutralize free radicals (unstable atoms that cause cellular damage). It also acts to protect cells from being damaged, preventing oxidative stress.
  • Immune response – stimulates the production of white blood cells and protects these cells from oxidative stress. It also helps strengthen the skin barrier, helping to protect the body from infection or illness.
  • Neurotransmitter production – Neurotransmitters are chemical messengersnecessary for body function. The body cannot build healthy neurotransmitters without Vitamin C.
  • Iron absorption – assists the body in absorbing iron to help prevent iron deficiency.
  • Tissue regeneration– It helps to produce collagen, as it has an active role in collagen synthesis. It also acts as a sort of glue that binds collagen fibers together. Collagen is needed to form the connective tissue in the body, such as blood vessels, skin, tendons, and ligaments. It is also essential for wound healing and scar tissue formation.


Vitamin C plays an important role in collagen production, which supports the skin’s structure and slows down the aging process. Collagen is a natural filler in the skin, and when there is plenty of it, the skin appears firmer and fresher. However, as we age, the production of collagen declines, leading to the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. Many times, there is also a loss of contour and volume in the skin.


  • Protects the skin against damages from the Sun
  • Prevent sagging of the skin by improving skin firmness and elasticity.
  • Reduces appearance of under-eye circles
  • Fades hyperpigmentation, including age spots, melasma and sunspots.
  • Reduces redness, puffiness and evens out skin tone
  • Restores hydration, improving elasticity and strength of your skin
  • Speeds up healing process, reducing the appearance of scars.


    High-dose vitamin C has been studied for anti-cancer benefits since the 1970s. Most initial studies involved supplementing Vitamin C orally, which offered inconsistent results. In recent years, interest in Vitamin C supplemented via infusion has notably more success.

    It should be noted that studies focus on Vitamin C as a supporting therapy in addition to traditional cancer treatments. Vitamin C should not be regarded as a substitute for chemotherapy or any other cancer treatment.

    Multiple studies have found that Vitamin C helps reduce chemotherapy’s toxic side effects. Research also found that Vitamin C can kill cells leftover after chemotherapy is complete. Vitamin C acts as a pro-oxidant to these cells, surrounding them and stimulating the creation of hydrogen peroxide, which eliminates cancer cells.

    Vitamin C infusions for cancer have a low risk of side effects. Vitamin C deficiency has been linked to chemotherapy, and as the body does not store Vitamin C, vitamin overload is unlikely.


    Vitamin C exhibits plausible mechanisms of action that are of relevance to severe respiratory infection, including antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antithrombotic, and immuno-modulatory functions. Based on the findings from clinical trials of patients with pneumonia and sepsis, and preliminary observational and interventional studies of COVID-19 patients, it is likely that vitamin C administration will improve outcomes in COVID-19.

    In addition to monoclonal antibodies for treatment and prevention of infection, certain vitamins can help aid recovery from COVID-19. Deficiencies in Vitamin C and glutathione have been linked to a higher risk of infection. These deficiencies also increase the likelihood of developing severe symptoms or being hospitalized once infected with COVID-19.


    While vitamin C dosage recommendations vary, in general it is recommended that women consume 75 milligrams a day and 90 milligrams a day for men. However it can be difficult to get the required amount just by diet alone. For the treatment of vitamin C deficiency, wound treatment or for preventative measures, the typical vitamin C injection dose ranges from 1 – 2 grams daily, making IV drips an easy and effective option.

    The effects of a vitamin C drip will depend on your overall physical condition and the level of treatment. However, you will begin to notice the impact within two to four days of beginning the therapy. The administered vitamin C should also remain in your body system for about 2 to 3 weeks.

    Aging, sun exposure, genetics, and a poor diet can all contribute to the depletion of collagen production and vitamin C production in the skin. A deficiency in vitamin C is rare in developed countries but may occur with a limited diet that provides less than 10 mg daily for one month or longer. In developed countries, situations at greatest risk for deficiency include eating a diet restricted in fruits and vegetables, smoking or long-term exposure to secondhand smoke, and drug and alcohol abuse.

    Vitamin C deficiency has been linked to Covid-19 and many other conditions involving severe inflammation. In addition to aiding in the regulation of immune response, Vitamin C’s powerful antioxidant properties protect cells from free radicals.

    • Scurvy, the hallmark disease of severe vitamin C deficiency, displays symptoms resulting from loss of collagen that weakens connective tissues:
    • Skin spots caused by bleeding and bruising from broken blood vessels
    • Swelling or bleeding of gums, and eventual loss of teeth
    • Hair loss
    • Delayed healing of skin wounds
    • Fatigue, malaise
    • Iron-deficiency anemiadue to decreased absorption of non-heme iron 

    For vitamin C, citrus fruits are key, with grapefruit and lemon being some of the best for your skin. Even fruit such as raspberries contain a large amount of vitamin C. Things like leafy vegetables, green vegetables, leafy greens, carrots and sweet potatoes (high in vitamin A and beta-carotene), citrus fruits, meats, and seafood are packed with vitamins. However, one of the most effective ways to reverse aging with vitamin C is intravenous (IV) injection.


    As well as curing hangovers and providing your body with essential nutrients, IV drip therapy can also cleanse your body of toxins and free radicals that can damage cells and DNA and therefor increase aging. This is one of the many reasons that IV therapy is such an effective way to obtain Vitamin C as it is a fast and efficient way to ensure that the correct dosage is administered, each and every time.

    Vitamin C is an antioxidant that plays an important role in skin health, anti ageing, controlling infections and healing wounds. It is powerful in neutralizing harmful free radicals. It is necessary for collagen formation. Also, it helps in the process of regenerating vitamin E. Vitamin C is important for your skin because it serves as an antioxidant, neutralizing the free radicals that cause premature aging and oxidative stress to the skin. Oxidative stress makes the skin dull and weary, but vitamin C gives the skin the boost it needs to look fresher and younger.

    As well as being an antioxidant well known for its strong anti-aging effects, Vitamin C is also important for various other systems in the body, including the nervous, immune, bone and cartilage systems. It helps make several hormones and chemical messengers used in the brain and nerves.

    IV drip therapy allows for the administration of nutrients, vitamins, and medications directly into a vein. This bypasses the digestive system and allows for immediate use by the body. Vitamin C is administered directly into the bloodstream, making it available for immediate use. Because its delivered directly to the cells that need it, IV drips have the potential to impact and improve the function of a wide variety of body systems.



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