Sepsis is a bacterial infection with a mortality rate of nearly 60 percent. However, a new study published in JAMA has reported that high dosages of Vitamin C greatly improve the survival rate. The research found that, after a four-week period, sepsis patients receiving Vitamin C treatment were less likely to die than those receiving a placebo. Additional studies support these findings. Western medicine traditionally treats sepsis with intravenous fluids, antibiotics and vasopressor drugs. There is now evidence that adding high-dose Vitamin C treatment to this therapy will save lives.
- The level of Vitamin C needed to increase bodily function is as low as 150mg daily
- The topic studied in this trial centered on vitamin C usage when treating septic patients
- Vitamin C deficiency is not taken seriously in the western world despite advances in education and product availability
“Natural health experts have long insisted that vitamin C can help combat a variety of serious conditions, including heart disease and cancer.”