Vitamin C and viruses

It is known that there are many types of viruses that cause various diseases. Suddenly I found out that vitamin C is able to act on any viruses. For the first time reported by Japanese doctors Akira Murat and independently of it, Fukumi Morishige.
In Japan viral inflammation of the liver often infected by blood transfusion. Symptoms appear after 60 to 120 days after infection. For 7 years of observations Morishige said 11 cases of infection with viral hepatitis among 150 patients after blood transfusion, received less than 2 grams of vitamin C a Day. But among patients who were prescribed for 2 weeks after the blood transfusion 2 grams of vitamin C per day, there was no case of the disease. Similar results were obtained in another hospital, where examined 1400 patients, after which the appointment of such doses of vitamin C after blood transfusion has become in these clinics are required. Morishige even recommended to take 3-6 grams of vitamin C a day (in three portions) a few days before transfusion, within 2 weeks after it. Usually prescribe vitamin C tablets.
Then Fukumi Morishige started giving large doses of ascorbic acid to patients C. other viral diseases - pneumonia, mumps, inflammation of the meninges, poliomyelitis and other - and got good results. It is worth Recalling that the common antiviral drugs are not safe. Side effects repeatedly confirmed in experiments with animals.
Effect of vitamin C on the viruses studied not only in Japan. For example, friderik P. Klenner from a small town in the US for 25 years is treating their patients with viral diseases.
He was treated with high doses of vitamin C (7-10 g per day) even resistant herpes simplexor "fever"that appear on the lips. Sometimes Dr. Klenner gave patients vitamin tablets 10-15 times a day. He also found that ascorbic acid destroys 24 hours the virus of poliomyelitis. Patients were administered intramuscular injections (350 mg per 1 kg of body weight) every 2 hours; on average it was 12 grams of vitamin C a day.
Until a vaccine was salka against polio (illness Heine-Medina), Dr. Klenner treated patients with vitamin C. Two boys have fully recovered, even then played with success in school sports team! A third child, a girl from the same school, was treated by another doctor, and even when she became an adult, my leg she remained in the bus.
Of course, such large doses of ascorbic acid can be given only under medical supervision and subject to certain conditions. But let us not forget that we are talking about severe cases, when a serious viral disease poses a threat to life. Rhino means in Latin "the nose", and therefore, different drugs against Qatar are often in the name of the console, and the virus that causes Qatar, is called "rhinovirus". Once in the cell, he began to participate in the exchange of nucleic acidsthat does not prevent him to multiply. Naturally, the body declares war on him. White blood cells are trying to repel the attack. The patient develops a fever, a weakness, headache. Defeated viruses are removed from the organism together with "fallen in the struggle heroes" - WBC - through wet nose". In this struggle just helps us vitamin C.
In his book "Treatment with vitamins" Vladislav Kerst provides many examples of overcoming diseases by ascorbic acid. Although it cannot be considered cataracts consequence of hypovitaminosis (lack of vitamin C), nevertheless the fact remains the emergence of this disease, with a substantial reduction in the number of ascorbic acid in the lens of the eye. Similarly, a low level of vitamin C in children with frequent strep inflammation of the tonsils.
Professor of karst confirmed the beneficial effect of vitamin C in large doses (200-1000 mg) in combination with vitamin R (300-500 mg) in some diseases of the skin. Thus treated, for example, eritrodermia (this is confirmed by the fact that with exfoliating particles skin is allocated a lot of vitamin C), Addison disease, antibacterial skin diseases, inflammation after irradiation by x-rays and various kinds of bleeding associated with increased permeability of blood vessels.
The lack of ascorbic acid is noted for rheumatic diseases and many others. Remember now the largest enthusiast and advocate of vitamin C - Linus Pauling.