Vitamin C strengthens the entire immune system, especially the killer cells that go after pathogens such as EBV, shingles, streptococcus, flus, HSV1, HSV2, and more, all of which can weaken the immune system year-round. It also speeds up white blood cell recuperation and recovery time in between wars with these bugs. Pathogens are the cause of countless chronic illnesses, symptoms, and conditions, and it’s important to get enough of this nutrient if you have any pathogen.
Vitamin C helps destroys pathogens, flushes out toxic waste matter produced by pathogens that build up in the liver, balances platelet production, and helps restore the central nervous system from neurotoxin damage. It can also help reduce nodules, tumors, and cysts and also supports and restores the adrenal glands.
The liver uses vitamin C in all of its over 2,000 chemical functions. Vitamin C helps to detoxify and cleanse the liver, stop a sluggish liver, loosen and disperse fat cells stored inside the liver, and helps the liver recover after bouts of stress-related adrenaline surges. It can also help stop and repair scar tissue deep in the liver’s core.
When you have a pathogen such as the flu, vitamin C also helps protect and stabilize neurotransmitters and blood vessels in the brain, which is important when you’re having fevers, and cleanses the bug from your body. At the first signs of a cold or flu or other exposure, you may wish to try the Medical Medium Vitamin C Shock Therapy to help kill off the bug and help your body recover as quickly as possible.
Micro-C is my favorite form of vitamin C because it’s easy on the digestive system and gentle enough for very sensitive people. Other vitamin C supplements made with ascorbic acid can be harsh on the stomach and irritate sensitive people.
This item posted: 26-Jul-2021
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