I suspect this is because most people are unable to ingest enough ascorbic acid orally and/or IV sodium ascorbate is not available. It is my understanding that any bacterial infection can be cured IF you are healthy enough to [be able to] ingest enough ascorbate daily - see http://vitamincfoundation.org/stone/ chapter 14. If it were me, I would keep going on up to "bowel tolerance" every hour (or even every half-hour), even if that meant ingesting 500 or more grams per day until it was gone."Ascorbic acid should be used with the appropriate antibiotic."
jo wrote:Dear Owen,
what would have you done, if you were in the era when antibiotics didnt exist (before 1928)?
Can one treat bacterial infections with orthomo?
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