FDA quietly bans powerful life-saving intravenous Vitamin C

Posted: February 2, 2017 in Uncategorized

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FDA initiates ban on production of intravenous Vitamin C. I’m so glad I live in New Zealand – it’s legal here.

TheBreakAway

[Editor’s Note]

For those that do not know, the FDA also banned Vitamin B-17, which is one of the things that can cure cancer.  What follows shouldn’t be surprising given how the FDA is merely a watchdog for Big Pharma, and as we can see from their treasonous actions, they continue to prove that daily.

For more information please read A World Without Cancer, The True Story Of Vitamin B-17
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Source: NaturalNews.com
Howard Roark
February 1, 2017

It would be naive to think that the FDA endeavors to protect the public’s health as its primary focus. Indeed, that would be a conflict of interest, as it serves its master, the pharmaceutical industry. Has the Food and Drug Administration engineered a shortage of intravenous vitamin C as part of an overall attack on natural and non-toxic approaches to healing that compete with prescription drugs? An analysis by Natural Blaze would…

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Comments
  1. Why am I not surprised? Anything that would actually help us as oppose to further harm us is banned by the FDA. And yet, we just keep taking these affronts up the wazoo and wonder why we’re sitting somewhere cross-eyed sick and being made sicker thanks to their toxic concoctions that do nothing but further sicken the already dying cancer patient. For the love of !!!!

  2. Kenneth T. says:

    Cow milk for cows
    Goat milk for goats
    Human milk for humans
    *******
    That is all…

    • Have you ever tried to drink goats milk, Kenneth? The smell is so intense I don’t see how people do it.

      • Kenneth T. says:

        Yes actually I havetried goats milk. This one time my goats gave birth to a couple of kids, and on a dare, I tried my hand at milking “mama” goat. I’m not a natural milker and I dropped the cup, but there was enough left for a couple of swallows.
        Natural milk, straight from the goat, I’m not a favorite of it, but it’s not “to die for” either, (unless I was a baby goat, needing it), you know.

        • futuret says:

          I FIND THAT COCONUT AND ALMOND MILK IS THE BEST FOR ME. AS WE GROW OLDER AND I AM 63, WE NEED TO PAY NOTICE TO THE FAT AND SODIUM CONTENT IN OUR FOODS AND BEVERAGES. GROWING CHILDREN NEED MORE OF WHAT WE CAN NOT HAVE TO DEVELOP CONNECTIVE TISSUES. APPROXIMATELY AT THE AGE OF 21, WHEN WE STOP GROWING IN HEIGHT THEN WE NEED TO “SLOW” IT DOWN. THEN AGAIN, AT ANY AGE, EVERYTHING IN MODERATION. BY THE WAY, IT IS BEST TO STAY AWAY FROM SOY MILK, AS THERE ARE HORMONAL CONCERNS, ESPECIALLY IN MEN. SOY IS DIFFICULT ON THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM, AND DOES TEND TO CAUSE HAVOC, EVEN THOUGH WE CAN NOT FEEL MOST OF THE SIDE EFFECTS, IT DOES WORK IN SILENCE.

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