Why you should be using Vitamin C IV therapy to survive the 2019-2020 flu season

It is important to understand why you should be using Vitamin C IV therapy to survive the 2019-2020 flu season.

Along with this winter comes one of the most serious flu seasons that we have ever seen. It is so bad the CDC is shifting resources from fighting a nuclear attack to fighting the flu. Right now the flu has spread all across the country and every state has been infected. Thousands have already experienced the awful symptoms of the flu:  headache, stomach ache, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, high fever and joint aches and pains. Are you ready? It’s going to be a bad flu season so how are you going to prepare? The government wants you to take a flu shot but have you looked at the ingredients?

Ingredient list for the flu vaccine

  • Egg protein
  • Thimerosol (contains mercury)
  • Sucrose, sorbitol
  • Monosodium glutamate (MSG)
  • Neomycin, gentamycin (antibiotics)
  • Polysorbate 80 (emulsifier)
  • Formaldehyde

Are you sure you want to put these type of ingredients into your body?

There are some side effects related to the flu shot:

  • tenderness, redness or swelling around the injection site
  • fever
  • fatigue
  • headache
  • trouble breathing or wheezing
  • swelling of the eyes or lips
  • hives
  • weakness
  • fast heart beat
  • dizziness
  • death from allergic reaction

Plus last year the flu vaccine was only about 50% effective at preventing the flu.  

Improve you chance of not getting the flu with Vitamin C IV therapy

Many people have decided to improve their chance of not getting the flu by boosting their immune system with Vitamin C IV therapy.  Vitamin C has been a long term remedy for cold and flu symptoms but large oral doses has some side effects like upset stomach and diarrhea.  Not so pleasant when you are trying to stay healthy. In order to overcome these side effects of large oral dose Vitamin C many physicians are now offering Vitamin C IV therapy sessions. These Vitamin C IV therapy sessions allow you to receive very large doses of Vitamin C over a period of 45 minutes.  By infusing the Vitamin C directly into the blood stream there are no side effects but there are some very good benefits. In one study of over 600 hundred people it was found that Vitamin C IV therapy not only helped with flu symptoms but also prevented people from getting the flu.  

Some other benefits of Vitamin C IV therapy:

  • improve blood pressure
  • reduce the risk of chronic disease
  • lower heart disease risk
  • help prevent gout attacks
  • reduce the risk of anemia
  • improve white blood cell function
  • protects your memory as you age

All of these benefits from Vitamin C and without any of the side effects.  Plus it can help you stay free from the flu that will continue to alter thousands of lives every week.    

Where can I get Vitamin IV therapy and how much does it cost?

A growing number of people are turning to Vitamin C IV therapy to boost their immune system and stay healthy through this next flu season. There are many clinics throughout the nation that offer Vitamin C IV therapy and the process is really simple, relatively painless and only takes about 45 minutes.  Yes, a safe, simple natural remedy that can help you fight the flu and even prevent you from getting it at all.  

The average cost for a simple Vitamin C IV therapy session is between $75 and $150. An effective and practical way to improve your chance of not getting the flu at all.   Typically Vitamin C IV therapy is not covered by insurance so you will have to pay out of pocket but for such a low investment you get great benefits. The benefits of Vitamin C IV therapy are delivered instantly to your body and you will notice a difference while you are receiving the therapy.  So stop thinking about getting the flu and start using Vitamin C IV therapy to prevent the flu this season. Call your doctor today and ask about getting a Vitamin C IV therapy session today at Taylor Wellness Institute.


The effectiveness of vitamin C in preventing and relieving the symptoms of virus-induced respiratory infections.

J Manipulative Physiol Ther. 1999 Oct;22(8):530-3. Gorton HC, Jarvis K.


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