Thousands have been saved from death and devastating viral diseases, such as double pneumonia, polio, and others with mega-dose injected ascorbic acid or IV solutions of sodium ascorbate. Now LET (liposomal encapsulation technology) allows six grams of orally ingested vitamin C to have the clinical results of 25 to 50 grams of mega-dose IV C.
Liposomal C lipid encapsulated ascorbic acid molecules penetrate cells much better than the aqueous vitamin C from IVs and injections. And liposomal vitamin C is much less expensive and more accessible than IV treatments. 
Noteworthy vitamin C cures
Jonathan Landsman, Natural News Talk Hour host, recently interviewed Dr. Andrew Saul, Ph.D, about how he cured his pneumonia in three hours with vitamin C. Dr. Saul wrote the books Fire Your Doctor and Doctor Yourself, and has a website of the same name. 
The amount Dr. Saul used on himself was outrageous. But his pneumonia was gone in three hours. Nowadays liposomal vitamin C can do more with less. Pneumonia is the eighth ranked killer disease in the world. Much of the CDC’s bogus annual flu death statistic is from flu complications that lead to pneumonia.
Pneumonia is usually the killer. Landsman’s short interview of Dr. Saul is here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WKlMY-mbGeU).
Another fantastic, more highly publicized vitamin C cure took place with Alan Smith of New Zealand a few years ago. He was so bad off with double pneumonia in addition to leukemia that the hospital was about to pull the plug on his life support when the family intervened by insisting on trying mega-dose IV vitamin C.
After Alan had recovered enough to breathe on his own, the hospital reneged on administering IV vitamin C in large therapeutic doses. The family found Lypo-Spheric liposomal C, and after six days of feeding it to himself, Alan walked out of the hospital.
Here’s a 17 minute segment of the New Zealand 60 Minutes TV News program that featured the story. The liposomal C appears around the 15 minute mark (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VrhkoFcOMII).
Further enhancing liposomal C information, Landsman appears again with a short interview of the CEO of Lypo-Spheric. That’s the brand used by Alan Smith to duplicate the clinical effect of 25 to 50 grams of IV vitamin C with only six grams of liposomal C.
This means you won’t have to go to the extremes Dr. Saul did with his case of pneumonia. View the interview here (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UEfOBKrVepg).
During the 1940s and “50s, when polio was very common, a small North Carolina MD, Dr. Frederick Robert Klenner, routinely cured pneumonia and polio patients both in his small office and the nearby hospital where he had practitioner privileges. His 1949 Atlantic City AMA conference presentation with documented case histories was ignored.
Dr. Klenner asserted, “When proper amounts are used, it will destroy all virus organisms. Don’t expect control of a virus with 100 to 400 mg of C”. He also added, “Some physicians would stand by and see their patient die rather than use ascorbic acid because in their finite minds it exists only as a vitamin.”
Dr. Klenner explained his vitamin C protocols for several diseases and his case papers and notes culled from over 30 years of applying vitamin C therapies are summarized by Lendon H. Smith, M.D. It’s available from source  below.
And here’s a super bonus – a free read of biochemist Irwin Stone’s book based on 40 years of vitamin C research The Healing Factor accessed from source .
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