Vitamin C may treat CO poisoning
Here is how Dr. Frederick R. Klenner treated a 1971 case of carbon monoxide poisoning.
On a cold day an unconscious patient was brought in to Klenner’s office, the history was that the person had been found in the cab of his truck with the engine running, and the windows closed.
Assuming carbon monoxide poisoning, Klenner promptly gave 12,000 mg of Vitamin C in a 50 cc syringe by intravenous push through a 20-gauge needle. The patient was awake within 10 minutes and wondering why he was at the doctor’s office. He returned to work with 45 minutes.
Klenner (1974) made a suggestion regarding carbon monoxide poisoning. He noted that victims of house fires, particularly children, frequently die as a result of carbon monoxide poisoning.
He suggested that treating patients with any form of smoke inhalation with Vitamin C at a dose of 50 mg/kg weight will immediately negate the toxic effects of the carbon monoxide. Klenner stated that this an especially desirable intervention to apply early after smoke exposure since some symptoms of “smoke poisoning” can be delayed up to 48 hours.
The above is on page 228 of Dr. Tom Levy’s “Curing the Incurable: Vitamin C, Infectious Diseases and Toxins.”
Wouldn’t it be great if “cutting edge” institutions like Geisinger were as clinically proficient as Dr. Klenner who successfully treated a wide spectrum of disease and toxic conditions with high dose Vitamin C protocols.
And wouldn’t it be great if media who claim to care about children, actually cared enough to publish clinically proven protocols that are cheap, safe and effective, unlike the toxic substances produced by Big Pharma and favored by allopathic quacks far and wide?
Were local EMTs versed in Klenner’s protocols there might have been a better outcome at the recent Alter Street incident, like events throughout the area.
Mar tin Husovich WHITE HAVEN