Vitamin C better cure for Ebola
Ebola is a vicious virus but mainly because it is not being treated properly. What do we know about viruses? Like bacteria and fungi, viruses cannot live in an oxygen environment.
Medical establishments around the world treat Ebola with antibiotics, which do nothing to create an oxygen environment. The closest they get is when they infuse hydrogen peroxide into the blood vessels of a victim of Ebola. Given steady increases, this peroxide produces an oxygen environment. But, many hours, even days, pass between injections, leaving Ebola unhampered.
Far better would be a means that produces hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) steadily in the patient’s body. This method is to have the patient take a regular amount of timed-release ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) which produces H2O2. The ascorbic acid is taken four times daily. Each capsule’s C is exposed in six to eight hours. And gradually increasing the amount of C ensures an increase of H2O2 and an oxygen environment.
Ebola virus or any other viruses, bacteria or fungi have no choice except to die!
Edward J. Ayers, Modesto