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IV treatment for Cancer Patient:

"While the journey seems long and hard at the beginning with perseverance and dedication the rewards at the end last a lifetime."

~ William R. Francis.


It is a fact that cancer patients experience many different symptoms of disease progression as well as side effects of radiation therapy and adjuvant chemotherapy that affects their quality of life.

They experience fatigue and debilitating symptoms that actually affects their quality of life more that the pain.

There is several recent studies that have proved  the benefits of IV therapy in cancer patients. Vitamin C is a therapy that alleviates cancer- and chemotherapy related symptoms , such as fatigue, insomnia, loss of appetite, nausea, and pain improvements in physicals, role, cognitive, emotional, and social functioning as well as overall health.

Lotus Wellness Institute uses several IV protocols, most notably high-dose intravenous vitamin C and other formulations, to improve the quality of life and survival of oncology patients.


High Dose Vitamin C:

Vitamin C functions as an antioxidant when is provided in low doses and fights against oxidative stress as well as super important making collagen in our body. In high doses it has shown to be pro-oxidant, it selectively kills cancer as well as G6PD deficient cells. Vitamin C contains anti-inflammatory activity resulting in suppression of tumor proliferation, angiogenesis, and metastasis. It is also very good for:

  • Wound healing.

  • Better skin.

  • Strong immune system.

  • Improve Iron absorption.

  • Improved mood.

  • Reduce lead toxicity.

  • High blood pressure.

  • Cancer therapy aid.


Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA)

Alpha lipoic acid is naturally made by our organism and is also found in food. It functions in breaking down carbohydrates and making energy. It is found in red meat, carrots, beets, spinach, broccoli, and potatoes. Alpha-lipoic acid seems to work like an antioxidant, That is why it might provide protection to the brain and also be helpful in certain liver diseases. Because of its properties it is used for:

  • Antioxidant as mentioned above.

  • It helps improve diabetic neuropathy.

  • Anti-inflammatory with mild effects.

  • It helps in protecting and repairing nerve endings, helping with nerve pain.

  • Helps maintain even skin tone.

  • Some studies show that ALA helps the body to regulate blood sugar levels.

  • It decrease the proliferation and viability of cancer cells.

  • Decreases the cell migration and invasion.

  • Helps protect the cell from chemotherapy side effects.



Vitamin D3:

Vitamin D is known to be a fat-soluble vitamin that is very necessary for mineral homeostasis as well as the proper formation of the bone. It's most important function is to maintain the blood levels of calcium and phosphorus. Vitamin D3 is both a vitamin and a hormone that is produced by our body as a mechanism in response to exposure to UVB radiation. Also, it is contained in some food sources like milk, juices, margarines, yogurts, cereals,  soy and other oral supplements. As already mentioned it's absence does not allow our system to absorb calcium and its deficiency  is correlated to chronic diseases.

  • Contribute in fighting against diseases.

  • Contribute to muscle and bone strength.

  • Increases the weight loss.

  • Hypoparathyroidism.

  • Cancer prevention.

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L-Glutathione:An important part of our body's antioxidant defense is the glutathione system, which includes glutathione  and the enzymes and proteins that allow glutathione to performs its work. Glutathione is a simple molecule that our body makes from three amino acids- cysteine, glycine and glutamine. Glutathione levels are considered to diminish with age as well as chronic illness and poor health. Also, it an important role in the process of making DNA, as already mentioned it supports the immune system's function, breaks down free radicals and regenerates Vitamin C and E. It transport mercury out of the brain, helps the liver and gallbladder deal with fats and assists apoptosis (which is a programed cell death).

  • Protect cells from free radicals.

  • Increases cell functions.

  • Helps in recovery process.

  • Acts as a universal toxin-binder.

  • Antioxidant activity.

  • Helps in preventing cancer progression.

  • Reduce cell damage in liver disease.

  • Improving insulin sensitivity.

  • Reducing symptoms in Parkinson's disease.

  • Reduce ulcerative colitis damage.

  • Treating autism spectrum disorders


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