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  Vitamin C Dosage Instructions


Prevention of:


Re- occurring bladder infections, blockages, cystitis by making the system more acidic which helps
breakdown crystals and stones in bladder.

Using the “Acidic” type of Vitamin C (100% Pure Ascorbate Acid Powder 125gm)


Suitability : For all species and ages

You can buy a packet of acidic vitamin c powder from your local health food store
or chemist. But make sure it is the “acidic” type of Vitamin C as there are anumber of different types of
vitamin that can be non acidic (which you don’t want)

Dosage Instructions:

Toy dog or cat. A pinch, twice daily meals for 2 weeks, then once a day for 2 months.
Medium dog 1/2 teaspoon, twice daily for 2 weeks, then once daily for 2 months.
Large dog 1 teaspoon, twice daily for 2 weeks, then once daily for 2 months.

Using (acidic) Vitamin C powder for “Relief” or “Prevention” of: Cysitits – Stones – Bladder Issues and
prevention of Bladder Blockages.

Using the ‘ ACIDIC” Form of Vitamin C which is called Pure “ Ascorbate Acid” powder

All evidence as to the cause of infections, such as bladder and kidney infections, points to dry foods, commercial
foods and the kind of alkaline system (acid is normal) that results from poor quality diet and the availability of
food between meals (for cats). Changing diet from any type of tin foods and applying natural therapies, resulting
in a stable cure rather than a temporary alleviation of symptoms. The natural remedies and change of diet and
vitamin supplements can prevent recurrences, veterinary drugs, catheterization and repeated surgeries.
This all assists in creating a more balanced, and less alkaline system. It is essential to have an acidic system
to be able to break down the crystals in the bladder, preventing cystitis and bladder blockage.

Buy from a health food store the pure ascorbic acid vitamin C powder which is the “acidic” type of vitamin C.
There is no need for artificial drugs, which when ceased, cause the body to return to a system that is too alkaline.
It is very important that you discontinue cat biscuits and special pH acid balanced foods, as they are unhealthy
and full of chemicals.

Other types of Vitamin C

Using a (non acidic) Vitamin C powder (or injectable Vit C) for emergency crisis like: Tick bite, snake bite or any
other suspected poisoning, parvo virus (prevention or treatment) and other serious virus or infections.

VITAMIN C Use any type of vitamin C that you have in the house.
Many farmers have the inject able Vitamin c in the fridge which you could also use if you know how to give injection.

Otherwise buy a packet of PURE CALCIUM ASCORBATE powder

N.B. 1,000 mg = (1tsp) WORKS AS A NATURAL ANTIDOTE TO POISIONS / SNAKE, SPIDER AND TICK BITE / PARVO etc Vitamin C is
completely non-toxic, so it cannot harm your pet if you give him more than he needs.

Guideline Dosage Suggestion:

(Use an Oral syringe from chemist if unavailable use spoon or anything else)

Med – Large dog / Horse: Mix 4 tspn of the Vitamin C powder into 1 cup of filtered water - and syringe 20ml/cc in side of mouth.
Small pet or Foal, Calf, Goat. Sheep etc: Mix 2 tspn of powder Vitamin C powder in ½ cup of fluids.

(Cat: can add some pink salmon juice for better taste)
(Dog: can add some goats milk for better taste) with filtered water and syringe 10ml / cc side of mouth.

REPEAT ORAL DOSING EVERY HALF AN HOUR FOR HALF 4 REPEATS.THEN UPON IMPROVEMENT, REDUCE THE FREQUENCY TO A DOSE EVERY 2 TO 3 HOURS three times DAILY.IF LOOSE STOOLS ARE SEEN, CUT BACK SLIGHTLY ON AMOUNT OF VIT C IN MIXTURE.

Make a up a new mixture as needed.

Note: if a vet is involved, then if they are helpful, ask them to give injectable vitamin C or add to IV drip.


Testimonies

Snake Bite treatment using Vitamin C only.

Feline “Ashley” is now well and no side effects.
I just thought I would let you know the state of my cat following your advice yesterday.
Since speaking to you, I had it confirmed that “Ashley” was bitten around 11.30am by a metre long brown snake.
The snake made several strikes, mainly to her neck and face region.
She was taken to the vet within 10 minutes, panting in shock and distress. After an hour, blood was found in her urine.
I picked her up from the vet at 5.30pm last night. Her pupils were dilated, temperature dropping and the vet advised
paralysis would set in within hours and she would be lucky to last the night.
I mixed (3) three teaspoons of powdered Vitamin C in 1 cup of water and gave her 10 mls every 15 minutes until 10pm that night.

She tolerated the first few doses and strongly resisted the remainder. She was eating small amounts and drinking large amounts.
This morning at 6 am I was woken by a very “vibrant” cat chasing my dog around the house.

I have asked my husband to continue giving her 10 mls every couple of hours.Not sure when we need to stop. She is hungry, active and noisy. Most importantly, showing no signs or symptoms of the snakebite or feeling unwell.

Thank you so much for your advice. It looks like it save my cat.

Joanne

Tick Bite poisoning and Paralysis

“Magic” a 16 week old foal is well and back with mum.

“Magic” started to heal after the second dose of the Paralysis remedy, still weak after 3 days of laying unable to move, he was very weak. He started to sit up and move his legs.The following day, we helped up and he started to walking around without any problems.

The Vitamin C really boosted his system from being dull in the eyes and lethargic. A big difference after also using the Bach flowers Rescue Remedys which quickly gave him relief from the shock of the toxins, as every time I gave him a dose of this remedy, he would perk up and eat food. The Vet did not think he would make it. And was not responding to the $600 anti-venom which was given the first day of tick bite.

Nicola.

 
 
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