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    vitamin c injections

    Any input on this?



    Just seen the place that carries b12, has these too.



    Any "real" benefit?
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    What's up with B12 injections? Are they really any better than oral?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarbellNinja View Post
    What's up with B12 injections? Are they really any better than oral?

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    Off topic, but ok


    I think they're alright, seem to give me a energy boost(I think)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarbellNinja View Post
    What's up with B12 injections? Are they really any better than oral?

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    Some people can't process oral B-12. My brother almost passed away until they finally realized this. He has to give himself B-12 injections just to live. I think he was in his forties when this came up. He got very sick, hospitalized and almost passed and they finally checked his B-12 and figured it out.
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    Vitamin C is best intravenously with a dropper. When I'm sick, I'm going to a nurse. I'm lucky, she's my friend
    Intramuscularly good, but like oral, I think.
    intravenously very good for health, always puts me on my feet

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    What about im?


    I'm still against IV anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by < <Samson> > View Post
    What about im?


    I'm still against IV anything
    IM Still good, but painful. Maybe little better as orals. But IV best results for health... IV only with the help of a nurse. Not alone, difficult application for me.

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    Vit C is water soluble, like Vit B. Maybe injection gets around this but what would it improve? Iron absorption is my first guess. The immune system has feedback loops.
    Cancer:
    Vitamin C pharmacokinetics: implications for oral and intravenous use

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15068981

    renal impairment or glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency:
    Vitamin C: intravenous use by complementary and alternative medicine practitioners and adverse effects

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20628650

    Fatigue:
    Intravenous vitamin C administration reduces fatigue in office workers: a double-blind randomized controlled trial

    https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22264303
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    ^thsnk yiu for the links

    I learn so much shit off ncbi, didn't think I'd find anything on this


    Good info tho

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    Yeah, there was a lot more than I thought. The best is the last one where they concluded Vit-C injection fights fatigue for a day
    CONCLUSION:

    Thus, intravenous vitamin C reduced fatigue at two hours, and the effect persisted for one day. There were no significant differences in adverse events between two groups. High dose intravenous vitamin C proved to be safe and effective against fatigue in this study.
    I'm always a skeptic so I hope to see more along these lines. Modern medicine in the U.S. is so slow to improve our health. Much less hurdles in other industrialized countries where, consequently, the life expectancy is higher and the cost of health care is lower.

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    Totally,



    When the sheeple are sick, much more $ is to be made

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    Interesting thread.
    Will follow I hate getting sick.

    As ken said I can tell injectable hits harder and faster than oral in my case
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    There are actually rejuvenation clinics and even bars that offer IV vitamins. Nothing I have ever tried personally.

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