Spasms at LeRoy HS likely Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Vitamin C to Rescue.
Posted in the Genesee County Forum
#1 Feb 8, 2012
See article by Frederick R. Klenner, MD:
Small amounts of carbon monoxide in blood can cause spasms. Read the article the Fred Klenner, MD
“We are all plagued with varying degrees of chronic carbon monoxide poisoning. This is the price we pay for putting our "railroads" on our highways, smoking and being too lazy to walk. Small amounts of carbon monoxide, if constantly maintained in the alveoli, can produce serious effects. Carbon monoxide in the inspired air leads to oxygen deficiency in the tissues causing extreme exhaustion. The affinity of carbon monoxide for hemoglobin is roughly 300 times as great as that for oxygen. In addition to active replacement of oxy-hemoglobin the presence of some proportion of carboxy-hemoglobin decreases the dissociability of such oxy-hemoglobin as remains. Carbon monoxide can be released from hemoglobin if the patient is exposed to high pressure of oxygen, 93% along with 7% carbon dioxide. This is not always available. Ascorbic acid in the blood is constantly losing molecules of water. Perfectly dry carbon monoxide and oxygen cannot unite to form carbon dioxide, but carbon monoxide and water may give rise to carbon dioxide in the complete absence of oxygen. The reactions which take place are CO + H2O = HCOOH CO2 + H2 (Wright). Here the oxygen of the water has been used to oxidize carbon monoxide to carbon dioxide with the liberation of hydrogen. Glutathione may facilitate this cellular oxidation by acting as a hydrogen acceptor (Hopkins). Clinical experience suggests that if sufficient ascorbic acid is suddenly placed into the blood stream - 12 grams to 50 grams - that through "Flash Oxidation" a concentration of oxygen is made high enough to pull carbon monoxide from hemoglobin to form carbon dioxide. This rapidly formed carbon dioxide acts with the high oxygen tension to serve the same purpose as when given by "mask," further enhancing the chemical action taking place. Ascorbic acid will also prevent residuals such as paralysis, blindness, interference with sensations, muscle spasms or twitchings which in some cases can be permanent.”
#2 Feb 8, 2012
As Dr. Klenner points out, 12-50 grams of Vitamin C can cure this problem. Most doctors today are totally ignorant of nutrition and don't know anything about the miracle vitamin C. The criminals in the National Academy of Sciences only approve it in the trivial amounts of 60 mgm per day to prevent scurvy when as this fabulous article documents, high doses of Vitamin C cure and prevent numerous diseases of man.
Ignorance is bliss for the orthdox medical non profession.
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