posted on Jun, 3 2013 @ 09:52 AM
Originally posted by toastyr
I use the NOW brand, great results so far, including pets.
Had one dog with parvo that immediately got better after being sick for two days and getting worse and another that had severe allergies that were
brought under control with the homemade lipo C and we continue giving it to the one with allergies daily.
Also wanted to add, my Mom tripped and fell the other day and landed on her knee and hit the side of her face as she fell into the door. She appeared
to be going into shock and was talking weird in a rambling way and saying she felt weird too. I really didn't know what else to do so I said a prayer
and immediately I remembered the vitamin C.
I had read the vitamin C was good for trauma and head/brain injuries so I had her drink 8 oz of the vitamin C. Immediately she snapped out of it and
was able to get up on her own and her speech went back to normal where as before she was clearly going into shock.
So glad it wasn't worse, she went to the emergency room and they gave her the green light, we applied coconut oil to her skinned shin, took away the
pain as well.
edit on 2-6-2013 by toastyr because: (no reason given)
Excellent. Quick thinking for mom after hitting her head. I do have the medical studies showing that Vitamin C is very beneficial for traumatic
injury and for the brain as well!
Also, don't discount the Lecithin. There are some great things about the Lecithin too for the brain and memory.
UPDATE: Here is an update on my mother who fell and broke her neck in February. This was a pretty bad break and had to have surgery to fuse her C2 -
C7 of her cervical spine. The spinal injury left her with limited feeling and movement on her left side and unable to walk, feed her self or
I have been only able to get about 1,000 mgs of lipo C into her per day - due to logistics and her being in a rehab center.
It's now been 3 months and she is coming home this Friday!
At her last doctor's appointment the doctor commented that her healing has been "remarkable", "far exceeding" their expectations.
She is now walking well (with a walker for balance, she is 81). She is nearly back to the physical level before her injury, with the exception of her
left arm. Her left arm continues to improve, but more PT will be necessary to get it back to 100%. There is still quite a bit of weakness.
Can't wait to get her home and increase her dosage to 3,000 mgs per day. It will be interesting to see what kind of results and improvements I get
with her left arm.
If the medical studies are correct, I should get her back to 100% - I just need to get high enough doses into her.