Effects of Vitamin C

Antioxidant

  • Radical oxygen scavenger protecting cells from oxidative stress

Steroid- and catecholamine synthesis

  • Cofactor in catecholamine, vasopressin and steroid synthesis
  • Improves hemodynamics; may accelerate resolution of shock

Immune cell function

  • Increases neutrophil phagocytosis and chemotaxis
  • Affects macrophage migration
  • Enhances T and NK cell proliferation, modulates their function
  • May increase antibody formation

Endothelial cell function

  • Decreases endothelial ICAM expression and leukocyte adhesion
  • Improves endothelial barrier function
  • Decreases fluid requirements in burn patients
  • Improves microcirculation

Carnitine production

  • Modulates fatty acid metabolism
  • May improve mircocirculation and cardiac function

Wound healing

  • Cofactor of collagen production
  • Mitogen for fibroblasts

10 Grams – $25.00/ea  Package of 4 –  $89 – $22.25/ea

20 Grams – $50.00/ea Package of 4 – $179 – $44.75/ea





Intravenous vitamin C in the

supportive care of cancer patient:

Cancer Care

Use of Intravenous Vitamin C as Supportive

Therapy for Patients with Glioblastoma Multiforme:

Supportive Therapy

History of Vitamin C and the Use of

Intravenous Vitamin C for Cancer Therapy:

History of Studies