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Homeopathic & Vitamin D3 & Vitamin C Holistic Treatment


Homeopathic Treatment

Homeopathic Remedy Possibilities for Flu Symptoms Find the ONE remedy that matches best

How to administer remedies for minor ailments? This page provides instructions on how to properly administer remedies for minor acutes and first aid.

Holistic Treatment - Vitamin D3 and Vitamin C, sodium ascorbate NON-GMO form

Vitamin D Council recommended amounts of Vitamin D3
Based on the body's indicated daily vitamin D usage, Vitamin D Council recommends the following amounts of supplemental vitamin D3 per day in the absence of proper sun exposure. Due to the variable response discussed above, these are only estimated amounts.

Healthy children under the age of 1 years 1,000 IU.
Healthy children over the age of 1 years 1,000 IU per every 25 Pounds (lbs) of body weight.
Healthy adults and adolescents at least 5,000 IU.
Pregnant and lactating mothers - at least 6,000 IU.

Additionally, children and adults with chronic health conditions such as autism, MS, cancer, heart disease, or obesity may need as much as double these amounts.

At the first symptoms of a cold or flu 1,000IU/pounds (lb). daily for 7 days.
Examples:

50 lb ................................................................................... 50,000IU daily.

100 lb daily ....................................................................... 100,000IU daily.

150 lb daily........................................................................ 150,000IU daily.

200 lb daily....................................................................... 200,000 IU daily.

US
NOW Foods Liquid Vitamin D3

NOW Foods soft gels Vitamin D3


Sodium Ascorbate Vitamin C- Vitamin C Foundation

TO ORDER: Sodium Ascorbate Vitamin C NON gmo This is the type of Vitamin C that most of the research has been done on - this has to be ordered - can't buy in stores

Basically spread out thru day 2 or 3 times and if starts to get a little loose stools, back off a bit on amounts - this is what we call giving it to bowel tolerance.

IN ILLNESS - You or your child take it in increasing doses until you start to get loose bowel movements (or the baby does if you are breastfeeding), then you know you have reached your limit. Then you back off a bit. You need to take in 3 or so doses a day to keep your stores up. Start with the maintaining dose below and work your way up until you reach bowel tolerance and then back off and maintain that.

Also if want to give to the baby that you are nursing, express some breastmilk, dissolve the vitamin C. Using a plastic dropper, drip it into the inside of her cheek until all in, or get it into her as she breastfeeds by inserting the dropper without breaking her "seal" - not so easy!!!v Can give yourself and baby gets by breastmilk and/or give to your baby.

VITAMIN C: HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH?By Patrick Holford

If you are quite healthy, take it daily to keep your stores up, in a maintenance dose as below.

MAINTENANCE DOSES
FOR AN ADULT probably 3,000-5,000 mg per day (divided in 2 or 3 doses - so that would be 1,000 - 1500 mg three times a day or so)

FOR A CHILD - Needs to be spread out thru day as goes from body in 4 hours or so. 1 kg is 2.2 pounds........... so divide the babies pounds by 2.2 and that will give you kilos and then multiply X's 200-375 mg of Sodium Ascorbate powder

Dosage rate = between 200 - 375 mg per kg of body weight over waking hours, actual dose depends on individual.

So if your child weighs 4 kilos, one gram vitamin C = 1,000 mgs ( one-quarter of a level tsp) should be split into several doses, and given from morning to evening....


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