High-Dose Vitamin C Therapy

Also known as immune cocktail, intravenous vitamin C supplementation refers to the administration of concentrated vitamin C and minerals directly into the bloodstream. This procedure strengthens the immune system and creates an antioxidant effect.

High-Dose Vitamin C Therapy

The name given to the high-dose vitamin C treatment administered intravenously at periodic doses and intervals in the range of 0.5-1.5 grams per kilogram.

Properties of Vitamin C:

Vitamin C strengthens the defense system.

Vitamin C is a necessary vitamin for our biological activities. It is also known as ascorbic acid. Since vitamin C is water-soluble, it does not accumulate in our bodies in excess amounts like other vitamins (A, D, E, K). Vitamin C cannot be produced in the human body, so we need to continuously intake it through food. The vitamin C taken orally is absorbed to a certain extent from our intestines. More than that is not absorbed. Any excess vitamin C in our bodies is excreted through urine. Therefore, excess vitamin C does not accumulate.

Diseases Treated with High-Dose Vitamin C
It is used to strengthen the immune system against viruses. Vitamin C is used as a complementary treatment in the following diseases due to its biological effect on many cells.

Viral infections (such as flu, hepatitis, HIV),

Bacterial infections

In the absence of energy in the body and fatigue,

Cancer (Used in cancer treatment, when cancer cells die, pain decreases, and chemotherapy becomes unbearable. It is complementary in terms of oncology. Vitamin C stores are depleted in cancer patients. A deficiency of vitamin C causes a decrease in the functioning of the immune system. At the same time, the antioxidant property of vitamin C is crucial in the fight against cancer.)


Lyme disease,

Post-injury pain,

Chronic prostatitis (frequently recurring prostate inflammation),

Chronic Urinary Tract Infection (Frequently recurring urinary tract infection),

Metabolic Syndrome (Diseases caused by metabolic syndrome: Diabetes, heart attack, obesity, stroke)


1- Bumpy skin

2- Curling of the hair

3- Hair roots being a shiny red color

4- Spoon-shaped nails with red spots and lines on them

5- Dry and damaged skin

6- Easy bruising of the skin

7- Slow healing of wounds

8- Swelling and pain in the joints

9- Weakening of bones

10- Gum bleeding and tooth loss

11- Weakening of the immune system

12- Persistent iron deficiency anemia

13- Fatigue and mood swings

14- Unexplained weight gain

15- Chronic inflammation and oxidative stress