• up
    • 1
    • down
    • 0
    • 1
  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
  • Injectable vitamin c and b12 ( how would u use)

  • Theonslaught   •   Thu, Feb 13th, '20 16:03   •   33 replies, 186 views

How would I use it. I have 500mg per ml 200ml and 100ml of B12 5000mch per ml

Comments

  • Steveb's picture
  • EXP
  • 659
 
  • Steveb
  • 4 days ago
  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 
  • Alphamale500
  • 4 days ago

Intravenous vitamin C in massive doses can apparently help cure all kinds of serious, incurable and deadly illnesses. If I remember correctly, there was an HIV/AIDS patient who let his doctor perform some experimental treatment on him with massive doses of I.V. vitamin C and some other "meds". The patient did suffer temporary blindness, and some other serious side effects from the treatment, but his HIV/AIDS was apparently cured. No bullshit.

Intravenous vitamin C can be the key to curing HIV/AIDS, and all kinds of deadly or incurable disease. The following links contain some very interesting information regarding this topic;

Vitamin C in the treatment of acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS).
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/6238227/

Mega-doses of Vitamin C can counter avian flu, hepatitis and herpes, and can even control the advance of Aids
https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/health-news/vitamin-c-may-be-a-life-saver-5544405.html

High Levels of Vitamin C Prove Toxic to HIV
MEMORIAL SLOAN KETTERING CANCER CENTER
https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/1997-03/MSCC-HLoV-040397.php

  • RangerVet's picture
  • LVL3
  • 345
 
  • RangerVet
  • 4 days ago

Next you will be injecting every damn thing you can. Get over it and stop the madness

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

Madness?
Everything works better when injected
(Junkie talk)

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

Vitamins and medications certainly are absorbed better when taken intravenously than orally. I have heard of different vitamin formulations, or vitamin infusions being specifically tailored for certain individuals. And while these ppl lay back in a hospital type bed in a doctor's office setting, they're hooked up intravenously with these plastic bags containing their own personal vitamin protocols. It is a well known fact that vitamins are absorbed much better intravenously than they are orally, or by any other method.

Actually, this isn't a new practice. Does anyone remember that great reality show, JK LOL, about Hulk Hogan and his family, called "Hogan Knows Best"? Even way back then, there was an episode where they filmed Hulk Hogan and his daughter going to get their vitamin infusions. This is a very effective way of getting your vitamins and minerals, and in fact much more efficient than taking all of those oral vitamins and minerals that many of us take, including myself.

I'm going to have my own personal vitamin protocol made up for myself, and start getting these vitamin infusions. It's just a more efficient way of getting your vitamins and minerals, that's all. Just keeping up with the times.

  • Shred777's picture
  • LVL1
  • 74
 
  • Shred777
  • 4 days ago

Vitamin C injections for humans are used to treat scurvy, and maybe some other illnesses. I have only heard about Vit C injections for treating a serious medical illness. I dialed my vitamins in with blood work, comprehensive vitamin panel. And I was able to get my vitamins where I want them by taking them orally. I think this injectable route should be a last resort type of thing.

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

You're right, I.V. Vitamin C is used to treat many serious, incurable and deadly illnesses. But going for intravenous vitamin infusions is also a very efficient way to get your vitamins. It's much more efficient than taking oral vitamins. If these vitamin infusions are available to you, and you can afford them and such, than I can't see why you wouldn't wanna take advantage of this advancement in technology.

I bet you would actually feel these intravenous vitamins much better than you do with your current oral vitamins. I myself take a whole bunch of oral vitamins and supplements each day. But I'm definitely going to switch over to these infusions once they become very practical for me to take. Like finding a local place to get them and such. But if your vitamin panel is good and you're happy with the current way you take your vitamins, then by all means stick with it!

  • jrod91384's picture
  • REG
  • 35
 

I've heard of it being used with illnesses also. They do it for certain types of cancer treatments.

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

Yes, I.V. Vitamin C is used to treat so many serious, deadly and incurable diseases, and it can lead to many possible cures not too far down the road.
+1

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

I usually see this as part of the iv treatments they give bodybuilders near competition

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

Yep. But that's because it's a more efficient way of getting your vitamins, so wouldn't it make sense for regular ppl to take the same type of vitamin infusions?
+1

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

I just have vials of it...and while I do know guys who self inject iv, I'm just gonna do intramuscular

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

Yeah, I agree with you there. If you want your vitamins injected intravenously, then that's best left for the professional places that offer these kinds of vitamin infusions and treatments imo.

  • Shred777's picture
  • LVL1
  • 74
 

If it was cheap and could be self admiststraited or I had a serious health problem then I would consider taking it. I'm not Hollywood enough to go to a doctor for vitamin infusions. I wouldn't go to expensive longevity doctors for GH either, I would just get some GH from a source.

  • johnmarshall12's picture
  • EXP
  • 783
 
  • johnmarshall12
  • 5 days ago

I would simply take them orally and avoid the pain.

  • Alphamale500's picture
  • LVL3
  • 325
 

You wouldn't like to at least try one of those intravenous vitamin infusions? It can only help you get your vitamins more efficiently.

  • Molinin302's picture
  • LVL1
  • 97
 
  • Molinin302
  • 5 days ago

I'd say no. There's a product for cold and flu season called emergen-c. It's got 1000mg vitamin c and a boatload of B12. I take them when I feel like I need a little boost of it. Get the grapefruit, not the orange. But the grapefruit still tastes like ass.

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

Those don't absorb that well

  • Molinin302's picture
  • LVL1
  • 97
 

Damn, I just bought a new box the other day, swear by them. Live and learn right? Thanks man

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

Sorry meant as well...the b12

  • Rustyhooker's picture
  • EXP
  • 3976
 
  • Rustyhooker
  • 5 days ago

I wouldnt. But thats just me

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

Why not, the burn?

  • Rustyhooker's picture
  • EXP
  • 3976
 

On cycle pin ed for weeks on end plus hgh etc. Same reason i use orals if needed or wanted...less oils and less pins.

  • stairmaster's picture
  • EXP
  • 987
 
  • stairmaster
  • 5 days ago

Vit C I'd take only oral (1-3g/day) and B12 1000mcg - 2000mcg once per month. (1-2mg).

5000mcg / cc , don't know any product which has this concentration, would burn like hell! So I think your product has 500mcg / cc not 5000.

  • IrishMack's picture
  • EXP
  • 2308
 

The beauty of vitamin c is your body doesn't store it. It uses what it can then you piss out the rest. I take 1000mg a day split morning then night.

  • Sam I Am's picture
  • EXP
  • 1563
 

If you eat some bell peppers or broccoli it’s covered. I eat one of those two daily and a cup of carrots for my A.

  • IrishMack's picture
  • EXP
  • 2308
 

Broccoli, yuck. Peppers are quite tasty.

  • Sam I Am's picture
  • EXP
  • 1563
 

She puts them in my egg whites every morning. 1/4 cup covers it.
I like broccoli but it gives me gas, so I’ve been avoiding it.

  • stairmaster's picture
  • EXP
  • 987
 

Good that I found this comment bro, now I know what I'll eat for breakfast tomorrow

  • Theonslaught's picture
  • LVL2
  • 158
 

I'm vet assistant. It's from us and it's 5000mcg.

Damn that's 3g a day of c orally?
What u notice that high?
I have the injectable though...that's gonna burn