Friday, May 4, 2007

The anti-allergy vitamin

So much has been said in praise of Vitamin C. So it is not
surprising that it is also effective in treating allergic reactions like

We recommend taking Vitamin C in the form of ascorbate rather
then ascorbic acid. When taken in ascorbic acid form, it can cause
gastro-intestinal disorders.

To fight an allergic reaction, you should consume up to 8 grams.
5 grams are necessary, on average. Start with a dose of 3 grams.
Every three hours, take another 1 or 2 grams, until the symptoms
disappear completely.

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