Vi­ta­min C may treat CO poi­son­ing

The Hazleton Standard-Speaker - - OPINION -

Ed­i­tor,

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

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