Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

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  • Sat, Mar 07, 2020 - 04:50pm

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    dtrammel

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

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  • Sat, Mar 07, 2020 - 05:38pm

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    My Current Dosage and Vitamin Regime

Based on what I’ve read here, I am currently taking these supplements daily:

– Centrum Silver Multivitamin – 1 tablet

– Vitamin C (500mg) – 2x daily (morning and evening)

– Vitamin D3 (125 mcg – 5000 IU) – 1x daily (morning)

– Calcium (1000mg), Magnesium (400mg), Zinc (15mg), as one tablet – 1x daily (daily) (morning)

– N-Acetyl-L-Cyseteine (NAC) (600 mg) – 1x daily (morning)

I’m fairly healthy for being 62, though I’m about 20 lbs over weight. No pre-existing conditions.

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Leaving aside the discussion of the non-Vitamin C supplements (for other threads), I split the Vitamin C because I read here:

Fridolin: Vitamin C
Two thoughts regarding vitamin C: especially for high dosages it is recommended to use buffered vitamin C. The regular stuff is really acid and hard on your stomach. Your body is able to metabolize not more than 150mg/hour. if you take 1000mg at once, most of it will be flushed out without use after the first hour. thus time-released capsules are recommended.

I was planning on doubling that to 2000 mgs (four tablets of 500mg) probably next week.

Thoughts and opinions?

  • Sun, Mar 08, 2020 - 01:48am

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

Hi dtrammel,

Thanks for your amazing work. My approach is very similar.

For my family I prepared the following while the #of official infected in the neighbourhood < 10:

  • vitamin D3, 75mg, once a day
  • vitamin C, a complex including bioflavonoids, potassium, zinc and magnesium, twice a day
  • selenium with zinc, once a day
  • elderberry sirup one spoon, once a day

Unfortunately they refuse to take it because they are “not afraid”.

When we have more infections in the neighborhood, the dose will be increased. In the case of symptoms, the dose will be upped, and NAC will be included, vitamin C will be partly replaced by vitamin c powder and glutathione will be added to negate the depletion of glutathione due to some specific pain killers (see link below). I know that NAC is a precursor of glutathione, but the combination of NAC and glutathione seems to work “Moreover, when NAC is given along with vitamin C and glutathione, the results have been more striking than when any of these substances is given alone. “, see 2nd link. We are relatively young and healthy, so I hope that this will suffice to fight it the infection.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6262252/

GLUTATHIONE & N-ACETYLCYSTEINE (NAC)

Grts

 

  • Sun, Mar 08, 2020 - 03:12am

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

Liposomal vitamin C is much more absorbable !!!  look it up . You can make it with buffered ascorbic powder and sunflower lecithin I mix it with distilled water and mix it in a ultrasonic jewelry cleaner .

Here is a good place to get info :   https://qualityliposomalc.com/   

here is a simple way and how i make mine :

go to you tube and search for : How to Make Excellent Homemade Liposomal Vitamin C (UPDATED)

 

  • Sun, Mar 08, 2020 - 03:33am

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

Thanks for the link and info!

  • Sun, Mar 08, 2020 - 03:51am

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

My list is pretty much the same as DaveDD. Some comments :

Vitamine C is available as time released pills. They release slowly. If not infected 3 times 1000 milligrams. If trouble starts i already used 8 times a day. You know pretty much you’ll have enough if you getting diarree.

Do not forget Iodine and fish oil and mushrooms.

Vitamine D 250 micrograms (10000 IU) per day. If infected up to 3750 micrograms (150.000 IU) per day for three days. I know, that is a lot.

https://youtu.be/krdK2BDgpfU?t=1027

 

  • Tue, Mar 10, 2020 - 02:37pm

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

Our approach is very similar for preventative — daily C, D, Zinc, Magnesium, Omega 3s, Turmeric, and NAC. Recently added Monolaurin and drinking green tea before bed.

Rotating other natural antivirals M/W/F (Elderberry, Garlic), T/TH (Olive Leaf Extract), SAT/SUN (1-2 drops of oregano in the green tea).

If we do get sick, will mega dose vitamin C (liposomal for at least the first 24hrs), increase vitamin D, and increase the natural antivirals to max daily recommended dosages. Will drop the elderberry due to concern over cytokine storm.

  • Sun, Nov 29, 2020 - 10:49pm

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    Covid19: Supplements – Vitamin C

There has been no study or evidence supporting that vitamin C supplements help to prevent COVID-19. But taking in additional nutrients through health supplements apart from a balanced diet may help boost our immune systems. Vitamin C is rich in antioxidant activity, which decreases inflammation reflecting to improve our immune function system. I have been taking vitamin supplements ever since the pandemic because I have comparatively low immunity.

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