For years, regulators like the FDA have subtly targeted the use of acts such as intravenous vitamins.
They can think of any sort of strict enforcement of any regulations to target the cultural fabric in which people use simple and naturopathic remedies..
It seems the FDA is targeting far more than Big Pharma violations.
It punishes regulatory violations allegedly committed by those who practice naturopathy.
There are nearly 10 years, in 2011, FDA reportedly sent small pharmacy warning letter, urging them not to store vitamin C intravenously.
During 10 last years, in Australia, mainstream media flooded health talks with propaganda, and vitamin C has been specifically violated.
Despite an observable urge for regulators to crush vitamin culture and erase their history, this essentially reveals in the mainstream that vitamin C by intravenous injection in high doses is effective against COVID-19.
New York's largest hospital system now uses vitamin C for Covid-19
In New York's largest hospital system, emergency COVID-19 patients now receive high doses of vitamin C, reported a New York Post article a few days ago.
Dr Andrew G. Weber, pulmonologist and intensive care specialist affiliated with two Northwell health facilities on Long Island, said his coronavirus intensive care patients immediately receive 1 500 milligrams of intravenous vitamin C.
Identical amounts of the powerful antioxidant are then re-administered three or four times a day, did he declare.
Each dose represents more than 16 times the National Institutes of Health recommended daily nutritional intake of vitamin C, which is only 90 milligrams for adult males and 75 milligrams for adult women.
The diet is based on experimental treatments given to people with coronavirus in Shanghai, in China, said Weber.
“Patients who received vitamin C are doing much better than those who have not.”
“It helps a lot, but it's not highlighted because it's not a sexy drug.”
They say decision to use Vitamin C in New York is based on reports that have proven to work in China.
It may be a better choice than the more pharmaceutical option.
On a different note, a pharmaceutical combination made up of malaria drugs known to have horrible side effects, mixed with antibiotics known to be inability to kill viruses (hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin) recently promoted by Donald Trump.
Nevada recently banned the use of hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and chloroquine to treat the virus.
For someone who believes in freedom, any sort of ban would seem like a step in the wrong direction.
And the side effects of hydroxychloroquine and related compounds are well documented.
This article from 2018 published in the Journal of Thoracic Disease examined the “HCQ-induced cardiotoxicity” and heart failure in twins born to a mother who took the drug.
Another article published in the European Heart Journal of Acute Cardiovascular Care stated that cardiotoxicity is a “rare but serious complication of hydroxychloroquine”.
Not only that, but from 24 New York hospitals were granted some sort of federal authorization to dose patients with a “cocktail” hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin in patients who are considered critically ill, on a base “compassionate”.
Hopefully this compassionate mentality can be shifted towards a firm belief in voluntary treatment., whatever the hospital, anywhere in the world, rather than unintended treatment with whatever a hospital chooses to give.
Weber, 34 years, said vitamin C levels in coronavirus patients drop dramatically when they have sepsis, an inflammatory response that occurs when their body overreacts to infection.
“It makes perfect sense in the world to try and maintain this level of vitamin C.”
A clinical trial on the effectiveness of intravenous vitamin C in patients with coronavirus began on 14 February at Zhongnan Hospital in Wuhan, in China, the epicenter of the pandemic.
Hopefully more hospitals use vitamin C in the fight against Covid-19.
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- New York hospitals treat coronavirus patients with high doses of VITAMIN C after promising results from China. (Source dailymail.co.uk, article in english)
- Early high dose intravenous vitamin C (orthomolecular medicine)