Coronavirus: Is IVTherapy the Answer?
A lack of vitamin C has been long known to increase susceptibility to viruses, and a few studies have shown that vitamin C deficiency is related to the increased risk and severity of influenza infections. Vitamin C is significant to the human body and plays a role in reducing inflammatory response and also helps to boost the immune system when you are ill with a cold or the flu. Supporting various cellular functions of both the innate and adaptive immune system, vitamin C is well known for its contribution to the body's immune defense.
So might mean this treatment could help prevent it?
Administering high doses of vitamin C by way of IV therapy delivers this powerful antioxidant directly into the bloodstream and is generally well tolerated by most people. Because intravenous administration of vitamin C has a higher absorption rate than when taken orally through supplementation, resulting in higher concentrations in the blood, IV therapy is considered a more effective method of delivering high doses of vitamin C to the body. IV Therapy with Vitamin C is an extremely safe and effective way to receive natural vitamins, minerals, and amino acids directly to the bloodstream.
Insufficient vitamin C intake is a global problem that can be addressed with proper nutrition and supplementation. With even modest amounts of supplemental vitamin C, deaths will decrease. In a study, modest amounts of supplemental vitamin C (200 mg of vitamin C per day) resulted in an 80% decrease in deaths among severely ill, hospitalized respiratory disease patients.