“Vitamin C in high doses may have beneficial effects on acute inflammation and blood vessel functioning.”

From the Mayo Clinic

Note that just about every condition listed stems from chronic inflammation.  “If Vitamin C in high doses may have beneficial effects on acute inflammation and blood vessel functioning,” why haven’t i found a study about patients getting C after diagnosis and not just to treat pain; to knock it out altogether?  Everything says right after an injury to prevent.  I have inflammation and my blood vessels in my legs and feet could use a little help. Why not try?  Why not offer this before you offer to infuse me with ketamine? As I’ve said before, I believe that RSD stems from an imbalance and so maybe you can’t do broad based research on this once people are already sick and their deficiencies of all vitamins and minerals increase. I don’t know.

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/vitamin-c/NS_patient-vitaminc/DSECTION=evidence

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