20 Mar 2017
- From: RUSS MASON
PRIOR to relocating to Saipan, I wrote for a medical journal for the better part of a decade (Alternative & Complementary Therapies).
My primary assignments were to interview doctors about new healing protocols, such as treating stroke victims with hyperbaric oxygen.
I also wrote about specific, fairly unknown, nutrients, such as chlorella and L-theanine. Chlorella is a form of algae which contains a large variety of beneficial nutrients. L-theanine (wouldn’t be without it) is an amino acid — found in green tea — that promotes relaxation without drowsiness. If you’re stressed, L-theanine is the remedy.
After coming to Saipan I continued to research nutrients, various healing treatments, and watched doctors’ lectures on YouTube. I continue to watch these doctors and I always learn something new. I heartily recommend it. That is, if you have any interest in safeguarding your health — particularly with natural substances, such as vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and other nutrients.
Linus Pauling, Ph.D., is the only scientist to win two Nobel prizes. Even more remarkable is that he won them by himself. He was not part of a research team, or affiliated with a university or medical center. And yet his research and findings were impeccable, and the Nobel panel agreed.
What makes Linus Pauling so interesting is that he was the pioneer in recommending high doses of vitamin C. He reasoned that we humans are only one of two mammal species whose liver does not make vitamin C. However, a goat’s liver makes 14,000mg of vitamin C per day. But we can’t do that: we have to get our vitamin C from outside sources, and Pauling recommends that we load up on C (ascorbic acid).
Pauling found that most heart disease can be cured with high doses of vitamin C, especially when combined with L-lysine and L-proline (amino acids). By high doses, Pauling recommended 5,000mg of vitamin C, 1,000mg of L-Lysine, and 1,000mg of L-Proline. These are powders which can be blended together in water and then taken orally.
An added bonus to this protocol is that it can help to unblock clogged coronary arteries.
Not only can you see Dr. Pauling on YouTube, you can also watch his protégée, Dr. Robert Cathcart, M.D. Dr. Cathcart continued on with Pauling’s research and carried the ball even farther: high doses of vitamin C could cure just about any disease; that vitamin C, taken in sufficient quantities could produce miraculous results.
Cathcart administered high doses of vitamin C intravenously. By high doses, I mean between 30 to 100 grams (30,000mg or 100,000mg). This took a few hours, but Cathcart was able to cure cancer repeatedly, also AIDS, and other chronic diseases. You may see his videos also on YouTube — mostly lectures to other MD’s. They are fascinating because his data is solid and credible.
What I have learned is that taking vitamin C — even 1,000mg per day, (500mg twice a day) can be very beneficial to one’s health. Cathcart and another doctor, Andrew Saul, Ph.D., report that your body can handle large doses orally until you reach something called “bowel tolerance.” In other words, if you take too large a dose, the only side effect is “loose stools” (which is almost the same as diarrhea). Otherwise, vitamin C, even at high doses is safe and non-toxic.
Considering that some anti-cancer meds cost $250,000 per dose (!), I.V. vitamin C is not only a bargain, it results in a cure; not a long, expensive illness. The cost for intravenous vitamin C is approximately $5 per gram, and several treatments are required. Still, it works.
RUSS MASON, M.S.
As Teo, Saipan