Researchers at the University of Iowa believe that vitamin C therapy has failed in the past because it is used incorrectly and therefore unsuccessfully.
Most vitamin C therapies involve taking the substance orally.
However, UI scientists have shown that giving vitamin C (also known as ascorbate) intravenously—thus bypassing normal gut metabolism and excretion pathways—creates blood levels that are 100 to 500 times higher than levels seen with oral ingestion. It is this super-high concentration in the blood that is crucial to vitamin C’s ability to attack cancer cells.
Vitamin C is toxic to cancer cells.
Vitamin C intravenous infusions - termed IV - is very expensive - if you can afford it - do it. Not NHS friendly - so you won’t get any there. It is much stronger than the powder form and goes directly into your tissues and cells.
On the other hand an exciting and much more affordable recent development is Liposomal vitamin C, which is much stronger than IV - some say up to 10 times stronger.
What is a liposome? Well its a tiny bubble, which is the natural way phospholipids form and when they are filled with vitamin C, these little bubbles of vitamin C stay intact, until they are delivered to exactly the right location of your cancer.
I have been making mine for soome tiime now.
Ingredients are cheap to buy via a reputable online supplier.
1 Sunflower Lecithin granules or powder
2 Ascorbic acid powder
3 Alcohol - a clean Vodka is fine
4 Distilled Water
5 Some measuring equipment you will mostly find in your kitchen
6 A blender
7 A sonar dish - optional.
Cost - roughly £15.00 a month.
Go to - http://qualityliposomalc.com and get info on all the equibment and recipe.