What is it?
Injecting vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid or L-ascorbic acid, intravenously, intramuscularly or subcutaneously allows for better absorption. Normally, people consume it directly from fruits and vegetables, but absorb less of it. It is essential for bone, connective tissue and skin. In addition, it helps the body absorb iron and strengthens the immune system. It is also used as a treatment for scurvy.
Some benefits of intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous vitamin C are:
- It has few side effects.
- Absorbs 100% of vitamin C
- It has beneficial effects in preventing tumors and cancers, as well as slowing their growth and spread. It also improves the health of cancer patients.
How and for what?
Treatment with intravenous, intramuscular or subcutaneous vitamin C can help people who need additional use of vitamin C, such as pregnant women, infants, burns and smokers. In addition, research shows that vitamin C prevents the development of cancer, excludes heart and eye diseases, as well as common colds.
The essentiality of vitamin C in the human body cannot be underestimated. Vitamin C infusion results in a revitalization of the treated person’s immune system, improving overall health. The exact results of vitamin C infusion vary from person to person, depending on the person’s initial condition.
Since it has almost no side effects, it is recommended that the person stays hydrated and rests adequately.