Pauling’s Secret: Vitamin C Counteracts Vaccination Side Effects
Choosing whether to vaccinate both adults and children has been a controversial topic in recent years. Orthomolecular Medicine News offers this suggestion to people who choose to vaccinate: take high doses of vitamin C before, during, and after to counteract the side effects of vaccination and make vaccines more effective! Here’s a quote from Dr. Thomas E. Levy, a physician using high-dose vitamin C therapies:
“For optimal antibody stimulation and toxin protection, it would be best to dose for three to five days before the shot(s) and to continue for at least two to three days following the shot….Even taking a one-time dose of vitamin C…before the injections can still have a significant toxin-neutralizing and antibody-stimulating effect.”
Helen Saul Case, author of books on vitamins, pregnancy, and babies, also has this to say:
“I don’t believe it is fair to let children get vaccines without vitamin C. I also do not believe it is it fair to let them acquire natural immunity through exposure to disease without vitamin C. Always give C. As to the quantity of C to give, when in doubt, give more.”
Dosing Guidelines from Orthomolecular News
In some states, vaccination is mandatory so it can’t be avoided, leaving sensitive people with no option but to endure side effects or social stigma. If you opt to get vaccines for yourself or your children, complement them with very high doses of vitamin C in case of side effects. Linus Pauling, the founder of orthomolecular medicine and one of our heroes, fully supported taking vitamin C to strengthen the immune system, especially in today’s toxic ever more world.
Work with a physician to decide on a dosage plan that fits your and your family’s needs. Orthomolecular News offers some suggestions as well:
- 1,000 to 5,000 milligrams of liposome-encapsulated vitamin C orally daily
- Bowel tolerance doses of vitamin C as sodium ascorbate orally daily
- 1,000 to 3,000 mg daily of fat-soluble ascorbyl palmitate orally daily
- Intravenous vitamin C, 25,000 to 150,000 mg per infusion, depending on body size, as frequently as daily, as a prevention and/or healing aid
Nobody wants to spread illness, but nobody wants to get sick from unnecessary vaccinations either. High-dose vitamin C may be the right bridge between two unpleasant options of either vaccinating (and potentially having bad side effects) or not vaccinating (and potentially falling ill or having legal troubles).
Can we just say that we LOVE (LOVE) vitamin C and that we celebrate Linus Pauling on an almost daily basis for his breakthrough work on tapping vitamin C’s magic?! Nuff said.