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      >Date: Tue, 9 Aug 2005 13:14:32 -0500
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      >Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, August 9, 2005
      >(OMNS) People with severe asthma have low blood concentrations of
      >ascorbate (vitamin C), particularly men [1] and children [2].
      >Effective asthma treatment is readily available with cheap, safe and
      >convenient vitamin C. The only requirement is to take enough vitamin C
      >to be effective. Typical dietary quantities and low supplemental doses do
      >not work. Robert F. Cathcart III, M.D., who has treated many asthma
      >sufferers, says “Asthma is most often relieved by bowel tolerance doses
      >of ascorbate (vitamin C). A child regularly having asthmatic attacks
      >following exercise is usually relieved of these attacks by large doses of
      >ascorbate. So far all of my patients having asthmatic attacks associated
      >with the onset of viral diseases have been ameliorated by this treatment.”[3]
      >If you want asthma relief, consider trying this:
      >Go to a discount store and buy a large bottle of 1,000 mg vitamin C
      >tablets. The cost should be less than $15.
      >Beginning when you awake in the morning, take 1,000 to 2,000 mg of vitamin
      >C every 30 minutes and continue doing so until you have a single episode
      >of loose stool (not quite diarrhea). If you haven’t had loose stool
      >after 15 hours on this dosage, increase the vitamin C to 3000 mg every 30
      >After you have a loose bowel movement, reduce the dosage to 2,000 mg of
      >vitamin C every hour. You will quickly find the dosage that is right for
      >you. Adjust the dosage of vitamin C downward to stay below the dosage
      >that will cause loose stool and adjust it upward to relieve asthma
      >symptoms. The usual maintenance dosage to remain asthma-free is 15,000 to
      >50,000 mg of vitamin C per day taken in eight equally divided doses.
      >People with asthma should also avoid tobacco smoke, minimize stress in
      >their lives and minimize their consumption of junk foods, meat and dairy
      >Vitamin C replaces antibiotics, antihistamines, antipyretics, antitoxics,
      >and antiviral drugs at saturation (bowel tolerance) levels. It reduces
      >A vitamin can act as a drug, but a drug can never act as a vitamin.
      >The reason one nutrient can cure so many different illnesses is because a
      >deficiency of one nutrient can cause many different illnesses.
      >There is not even one death per year from vitamins. Pharmaceutical drugs,
      >properly prescribed and taken as directed, kill over 100,000 Americans
      >annually. Hospital errors kill still more. Unlike drugs, with vitamins,
      >the range of safe dosages is extraordinarily large.
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      >by the provision of the optimum molecular environment, especially the
      >optimum concentrations of substances normally present in the human body."
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      >[1] Misso NL, Brooks-Wildhaber J, Ray S, Vally H, Thompson PJ. Plasma
      >concentrations of dietary and nondietary antioxidants are low in severe
      >asthma. Eur Respir J. 2005 Aug;26(2):257-64. “Low plasma concentrations
      >of specific antioxidants are associated with more severe asthma. Increased
      >antioxidant intake may help reduce the burden of severe asthma,
      >particularly in males.” PMID: 16055873
      >[2] Harik-Khan RI, Muller DC, Wise RA. Serum vitamin levels and the risk
      >of asthma in children. Am J Epidemiol. 2004 Feb 15;159(4):351-7. “(L)ow
      >vitamin C and alpha-carotene intakes are associated with asthma risk in
      >children.” PMID: 14769638
      >[3] Robert Cathcart, MD, “Vitamin C, Titrating to bowel tolerance,
      >asascorbemia and acute induced scurvy”, Medical Hypotheses,
      >7:1359-1376. PMID: 7321921
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