Hi every one,
In the clinical guide of use of vitamin C of Klenner, it is written:
Calcium seemed to enhance the effects of the C when both were give
simultaneously. But a gram of just the calcium given intravenously can slow the heart
rate to a dangerous degree.
This bradycardia can occur when 1g of calcium gluconate is added to the injection of sodium ascorbate, or only when a gram of calcium gluconate is injected alone?
This calcium gluconate by vein can be substituted by oral calcium?
Here Carthcart states that he never saw an hipocalcemia.http://www.doctoryourself.com/vitciv.html