IV High Dose Vitamin C

IV High Dose Vitamin C is often used in Cancer, Lyme Disease, EBV, chronic fatigue, and other autoimmune disorder treatments. The maximum Vitamin C dose that can be taken and absorbed orally without adverse digestive side effects is between 4-6 grams a day. At doses higher than 25 grams, IV Vitamin C undergoes a profound change and becomes an oxidant, not an anti-oxidant. While our cells thrive and benefit from some oxidation, bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cancer cells are damaged from oxidation.

IV High Dose Vitamin C also creates peroxides which are vital for thyroid health. Thyroid conditions such as hypothyroidism and Hashimoto’s disease greatly benefit from IV High Dose Vitamin C.

IV High Dose Vitamin C and cancer

Our immune system, specifically natural killer cells, use hydrogen peroxide “bombs” to attack infections such as viruses and bacteria.  It also uses hydrogen peroxide to signal cell death of cancer cells via apoptosis and necrosis.  As it turns out, when administered at high enough concentrations, intravenous Vitamin C converts to hydrogen peroxide in the blood.  Studies have shown that when cancer cells encounter hydrogen peroxide, including hydrogen peroxide generated from Vitamin C, cell death occurs.

So why not give hydrogen peroxide IV instead of High Dose Vitamin C? 

Hydrogen peroxide is safe to administer IV.  However, it rapidly breaks down into water and oxygen in the blood when given as an IV.  It is not without benefit though.  Before it breaks down, it causes a release of cytokines (signaling proteins) from nearby immune cells that can aid in overall immune function and communication.

IV High Dose Vitamin C and Chemotherapy

Another great benefit of IV High Dose Vitamin C is how well it works with chemotherapy.  It can significantly decrease side effects when administered during the course of chemotherapy.  Most notably patients have better energy and less nausea than patients on the same chemotherapy drugs who do not do IV High Dose Vitamin C at the same time.  IV High Dose Vitamin C is also safe to use alongside chemotherapy and in some cases can increase the efficacy of chemotherapy.  The main exception to this is methotrexate which is not compatible with IV High Dose Vitamin C. 

For more info on the drug/nutrient interactions between different chemotherapeutic agents and IV High Dose Vitamin C, see the review article below.

Data Review Article on Intravenous Vitamin C and Oncologic Therapies

What will I feel during IV HDVC?

During the HDVC IV, patients may grow thirsty, we recommend our patients be prepared with water during this particular IV. It is also recommended to have eaten before your IV. HDVC IV can also make one feel increasingly tired during the, in which case our IV chairs allow for a quick nap during the session, which is typically 90mins. 

How many IV’s will I need?

The number of IVs needed will depend on your goal with receiving HDVC in addition to personal varying factors.  It is recommended to book a private consultation to discuss goals, review blood work, and create a custom treatment plan. 

Is there any required blood work?

Yes, blood work is required for IV HDVC. Call the front desk for a lab request.

The cost of the blood test is not included in the price of the IV. 

What dose should I receive? 

We recommend patients start with a low dose of 50g. In some cases, we recommend a higher dosage of 75-100 grams.


50g =$250



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