Every year its the same sad story. Flu season (unlike winter, spring, summer, and fall) hits and then the call to go get the flu shot starts ringing out from coast to coast.
Then the very sad stories of people needlessly dying in the greatest country with the greatest “healthcare” system on earth, like a “healthy” 8 year old in Alabama. First, no one who is really truly healthy dies from the flu. Invariably, they have a compromised Immune System caused by any number of issues. The CDC and WHO say multiple times on their websites that the reason people are susceptible to viral infections is they have a weakened Immune System – period!
I can’t tell you how gut wrenching it is every time I hear of a child or young adult dying from a viral infection. Below is the video from a news cast, what I want you to pay attention to is the level of cleaning that they even think will make a difference, especially with an airborne virus like the one of this year’s flu. They are however, correct about not taking this viral infection lightly, but if they would just embrace Dr. Frederick Klenner’s protocols, I dare say that instead of a funeral for 8 year old Zanib, they’d still be enjoying her warm young life.
Dr. Klenner’s protocol upon coming into his office: The first thing he did was to give them a 10,000 mg intramuscular shot of Sodium Ascorbate (buffered vitamin c). THEN he’d start his diagnosis to figure out what his patient was infected with. Many times, by the time he’d identified the infection, the fever was coming down and the patient was already feeling better. He’d also follow up with having them take 1,000 mg of Vitamin C orally every couple of hours for a day or so.
The conventional medical community has virtually no idea what to do if you have a viral infection, many times they will tell you they can’t do anything for you, charge you for the visit, and send you home “hoping” you’ll get better without telling you anything about how to strengthen your Immune System so that you can.
Or they’ll admit you to a hospital (wait till you see that bill), put you on a hydrating IV and “make you as comfortable as possible” until you either recover or DIE.
Making you as comfortable as possible is NOT a treatment, it’s a signal they have no idea what to do. That’s why I have this blog, so you’ll know there is something you can do, take 10,000 mg of vitamin c/sodium ascorbate, get plenty of fluids, and get rest.
If you like Emergen-C, it comes in 1,000 mg packets of vitamin c, but don’t just stop with 1, its simply not enough according to guys like Drs. Klenner, Pauling, and Cathcart. Recommendations from these guys is 1,000 mg per year of age up to 10 years old and then 30 times their body weight in mg for teens and adults.
Dr. Levy and others believe that the only reason vitamin c doesn’t shorten a cold or flu is that either not enough was taken or was taken for too short of a period of time.
Vitamin C is water soluble, so you can’t overdose on it, any excess the body can’t absorb or use it simply excretes it. For those that say you can overdose, search the CDC and you’ll not find even one incident of overdosing on vitamin c. Maybe a loose stool but nothing more.
At the first sign of a cold, flu, or even a sore throat, I increase my intake of Sodium Ascorbate to 15,000 to 20,000 mg and add another 10,000 IU of Vitamin D3 and 100 mg of Zinc. Its served me well as I’ve not had the flu or common cold for more than a few hours in more than a decade.
Please be safe, don’t take my word for it, do some searches and you’ll find plenty of others with the same type of regimen.
Nicholas St Jon N.a.MD
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