Vitamin C flush: the ultimate defense for oxidative stress!
Vitamin C has long been known to heal hundreds of functions in the body. When the body is experiencing chronic oxidative stress caused by a number of imbalances, most commonly stress, vitamin C flushing can “reset” the body into functioning optimally. This is especially true for digestive issues and overcoming anything that is overwhelming the immune system. Be sure to take a day or time where you can be near the bathroom for about 5-6 hours, you will need to be close as you “purge” the toxic substances out of your body!
Vitamin C flush Protocol:
Dissolve each half-teaspoon (1.5 grams) of fully reduced, buffered mineral l-ascorbate powder in 2 or more ounces of water or diluted juice (juice diluted 1:1 with water). Plan to count and record each dosage. After dissolving the l-ascorbate and allowing any effervescence to abate (typically dissolves within two minutes), chug it down. The amount of l-ascorbate needed depends on how quickly your body uses it up. Below are suggestions for how to best determine your needs based on how healthy you are:
* A healthy person begins with a level half-teaspoon dissolved in 1-2 ounces of water or diluted juice every 15 minutes.
* A moderately healthy person begins with 1 teaspoon every 15 minutes.
* A person in ill health begins with 2 teaspoons every 15 minutes.
* If after four doses there is no gurgling or rumbling in the gut, you should double the initial dosage and continue every 15 minutes.
Continue with these instructions at the proper time intervals until you reach a watery stool or an enema-like evacuation of liquid from the rectum. This is as if a quart or so of liquid is expressed from the rectum. CAUTION: Do not stop at loose stool. You want to energize the body to flush out toxins and reduce the risk that they may recirculate and induce problems. At this time, stop consuming the buffered ascorbate for the day. HOWEVER, if your calibration dosage is more than 50 grams of vitamin C, you should consume a dosage of vitamin C of at least 10 percent of the total l-ascorbate need to induce the l-ascorbate calibration “flush” in the later afternoon or evening. Many people find that preparing a “batch” of ascorbate allows for easier, more timely consumption of the beverage rather than making up a new batch at each interval. Example: 30 grams (10 teaspoons) may be dissolved in 10-20 ounces of liquid. If this method is chosen, I recommend using a capped, dark bottle to avoid air or light oxidation of the ascorbate. This flush is especially beneficial for the adrenal glands and since it is water soluble as well as a potent antioxidant, there is really no way to overdose on this. Just be advised that if you continue past the point of recommendation with consumption of l-ascorbate, it will get very uncomfortable.