FBI Raided Doctor’s Clinic for Offering Intravenous Vitamin-C Treatments

FBI agents raiding medical facility that offered Vitamin C treatments, Youtube
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Shelby Township, Michigan: The FBI, wearing full protective wear, raided the Allure Medical Spa because it offered intravenous vitamin-C injections as treatments against coronavirus. No arrests were made or charges filed. An article by a doctor from Allure Medical stated, “We are using high-dose IV vitamin C to help support people’s immune systems and to help those with the virus recover quicker.” -GEG

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Gourdhead
Gourdhead
2 months ago

The FBI has turned into a total useless and disgraceful organization. This kind of raid is all they have to do?

MJ Raichyk, PhD
MJ Raichyk, PhD
2 months ago

Here’s another doctor in MI doing HOLISTIC MEDICINE for his patients, including many referred by his regulars… has SAVED [not allowed to say ‘cured’ of the medical mafiosi will be offended] over a hundred COVID PATIENTS SO FAR THIS LOCKDOWN….. Bless those doctors…… and see how THIS EPIDEMIC SHOULD HAVE BEEN HANDLED……. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdat7OrEnK8&feature=youtu.be OR this case……… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CrRhi0MAc24 or this case……… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mnx9-eTYe0s or this case……… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bo-xzvxGdhQ or this case…….. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oAoLgDkv5Bc or this case…….. ooops YOUTUBE IS BLOCKING MY ACCESS TO THIS ONE….. PLUS more videos on the use of nebulizers with their h2o2 and iodine when intravenous was not yet needed… Read more »

Dawnie
Dawnie
2 months ago

INSANE!!!! We all need to get behind this clinic!

Boomer Lady
Boomer Lady
2 months ago

High dose intravenous vitamin C isn’t illegal. It probably was the connection to fighting Covid-19 that touched off the raid. It isn’t FDA approved to use a vitamin as a possible treatment for any disease. However, that wasn’t what the ad said. The treatment is to build up the immune system, and it is the strong immune system, not the vitamin, that fights the virus. A subtle difference, but the clinic needs to be more careful in the future as to how they word their ad. I suggest saying something like, “We offer intravenous vitamin C to help strengthen your… Read more »

MJ Raichyk, PhD
MJ Raichyk, PhD
2 months ago
Reply to  Boomer Lady

Well it may not be the FDA’s idea to approve it BUT THE KEY TO CHINA’S ESCAPE WAS VITAMIN C in the PROTOCOLS of several FDA CLINICAL TRIALS to rescue patients with PNEUMONIA which is where the COVID19 sickest of the sick end up… the most aggressive protocol was in NCT04264533 which used 25,000mg of INTRAVENOUS VITAMIN C in doses 8 hours apart…… ttyl