Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) is a water-soluble antioxidant important for the function of immune cells, increasing the production of extracellular collagen. Vitamin C levels in the body are kept under control by the intestines and kidneys. Due to these systems, vitamin C is not stored in the body and is excreted from the body. Intravenous vitamin C can produce very high levels of this vitamin in the body.
Blood levels of vitamin C do not change even when taken orally in divided doses of up to 18 g. Intravenous vitamin C bypasses the intestinal and kidney barrier in the body, allowing to reach 70 times higher levels of vitamin C with a dose of only 2 g. Vitamin C, which should be taken into the body daily with food, is 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men.
Much higher doses of Vitamin C than can be taken intravenously orally can be given slowly as an infusion into the body. By determining the needs and disease status of the person, high-dose Vitamin C can be applied in the serum.

Low (Anti-Oxidant) Doses: 0.1-10gr
Medium (Pro-Oxidant) Doses: 10-30gr
High (Oxidant) Doses: Over 30gr (0.5-1.5gr/kg doses are meant).
Can vitamin C serum be given intravenously in patients with Covid-19 infection?
Anti-viral effects of vitamin C are seen when blood levels are around 10-15 mg/dL. This level can only be reached through the vein, not the oral route.

Activates collagen production.
It is effective in viral and bacterial diseases, especially colds.
It is very safe. There is no known toxic dose.
It is supportive in chronic diseases.
It is necessary for detox. It helps to reduce the toxin load.
It is a good antioxidant and anti-inflammatory.
It is indispensable for a healthy skin and bone health.
Histamine intolerance is effective.
It has anti-cancer and therapeutic effects.
It is vital for brain health.
It increases the release of oxytocin.
It has the effect of reducing anxiety in people.
It is effective on depression.
It is required for the conversion of dopamine to norepinephrine.
It slows down age-related cognitive deficits.
Increases thyroid activity.
It is effective in lowering hypertension.
It regulates blood flow by providing vascular flexibility and integrity.
It strengthens immunity.
It protects the lungs against the negative effects of oxidative stress.
Protects mitochondria against oxidative damage.
Increases physical performance.
It reduces the amount of blood sugar and lipid.
Obesity is also effective.
It protects the body against the negative effects of smoking.
It improves sperm quality.
It lowers the amount of cortisol.
It can prevent cataract formation.
Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant and plays an important role in scavenging free radicals in the body.
It contributes positively to the immune system and supports the immune system to be strong.
It has an important place in the formation, protection and regeneration of tissues such as bone, skin and blood vessels.
Supports the elimination of iron deficiency by facilitating the absorption of iron mineral from the intestines.
It is necessary for the repair and development of all tissues in the body.
It has an effective role in accelerating wound healing.
It is a treatment method that can be used by healthy individuals because of its strong antioxidant effect, its contribution to the protection and regeneration of tissues and cells, and its effects that strengthen the immune system.