Dear doctor, I was refered to you by the Vitamin C foundation. . My question to you is this: what is the proper ph for a vitamin c infusion? My experience in New York has never caused it to burn unduly even at 60grams and above. In my current situation I am presently in New Mexico where treatment here is just as expensive but lacking in practice and knowledge as compared to NY. Would it be in your opinon to not attempt a vitamin c infusion by myself since my options are few and I am not able to manage a current return to NY at present. Thank you,
I told him that only sodium ascorbate should be used IV, not ascorbic acid. And I also recommended that he view the Cathcart IVC Preperation video at http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/videos
Thank you for your reply, I have watched the video you describe and thought he had mentioned a consistent ph of 7.4 when preparing the iv's. However what I am experiencing is burning at 25Grams, 40 grams, and 60grams. I was getting iv's for over 10 years and this is not within my experience. I am told their clinic formula is between 5.5-7.0 ph. Could you give me any ideas why this is happening and if it is just necessary to measure the iv ph if they cannot resolve my difficulty. Thank you,
Again, I asked him to verify that he was using sodium ascorbate and wondered if anything new has been added to the drip.