Posts Tagged ‘intravenous vitamin C’

Intravenous Vitamin C For Cancer Offered At Auckland Clinic

July 2nd, 2015

Natural Remedies For Treating Cancer Intravenous Ascorbic Acid in the Treatment of Influenza: Lack of Evidence or Incontrovertible Ignorance? 'Unfortunately, as long as IV/C has the potential to bankrupt hospitals, it doesn't matter how well it works.'  (Professor Ian Brighthope, quote from http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=9950) Vitamin C is antiviral, antifungal, antibacterial, and acts as an antihistamine.  It helps the body detoxify, which is why it is such a valuable remedy to use in alternative cancer treatments. Merrilyn's new book is available on Amazon: http://www.amazon.ca/No-Cancer-Good-Health-Notebook-ebook/dp/B01DHMH6DG/175-1299456-6844733?ie=UTF8&*Version*=1&*entries*=0 Remember that, as with orthodox therapies, there is no guarantee that you will recover with Vitamin C and complementary therapies.  However, megadoses of ...

Polio Virus Ten Year Cycle And Vitamin C Versus Vaccination

April 14th, 2015

Polio Virus' Ten Year Cycle Spreads To Cairo From Pakistan, 2013. Vaccinations Do Not Necessarily Work: Statistics can be manipulated.  In convincing the public on the efficacy of a vaccination programme, all that researchers who promote vaccinations need to do is to make sure the vaccine was introduced during the peak of a disease's cycle, then, later,  measure the rates for that disease during the natural low period of its cycle.  Statistics will then tell you that the vaccination or immunization programme is working. Better nutrition and living conditions are the reason for most infectious diseases more or less disappearing in civilized countries.  ...

Antibiotic Causing Untreatable New Hospital Super-Bug In NZ

March 20th, 2015

Alternatives To Vaccination It surely is about time that the medical authorities, instead of discrediting alternative, natural remedies in order to keep dominant in the market place, begin serious study of Homeopathy, Herbal Medicine,  and Vitamin C and A therapy. When given in correct dosage, these are all safe, proven and effective alternatives to vaccination and antibiotic treatment in the treating of diseae. The latest scare is the emergence of a new strain of MRSA staphylococcus aureus, a hospital superbug which is resistant to all antibiotics. Dr Deborah Williamson, a clinical microbiologist from Otago University is reported as saying in NZ Herald, Wed, March ...

Vaccinated NZ Girl Dies From Meningococcal Disease 3rd September 2012

September 5th, 2012

Vaccinations Do Not Always Work.  This is the sad lesson for a family whose 12 year-old daughter died of Meningitis on Monday. Note:  See Merrilyn's post following this one, entitled:  http://merrilynhope.com/possible-homeopathy-for-meningitis-if-vaccinations-dont-work/ Vaccinations may help to prevent a bacterial disease, but vaccinations are no good on viral diseases.  If this case of meningitis was a viral one, then the antibiotics in the vaccine given her will have been ineffective for that reason.  But Vitamin C works on both viral and bacterial diseases....... Alternatives to Vaccinations:  Two other therapies can be used instead of vaccinations, and these are massive doses of Vitamin C when the ...

Swine Flu Vaccine Dangers and Alternative Treatments

July 8th, 2011

Antibiotics and Vaccinations Weaken The Immune System. One should examine the SAFE ALTERNATIVES, which will be mentioned in this article, before heading in for those flu shots, or the 'Tamiflu'. There is a huge push for people to be vaccinated for flu, and a huge push to have children vaccinated, not just for flu, but for measles, mumps, whooping cough and other childhood illnesses.  This is a worry. Question Those Vaccination Programmes: Mass Vaccination Programmes mean big profits for the multi-national drug-making giants.  So, pharmaceutical companies welcome the so-called epidemics, especially when vaccination is made mandatory because of the scare of an ...
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