I wouldn't want all that much I'm just saying that in my research that was around the max. I just want more effective supplementation of it because it's a good anti-inflammatory and helps with muscle growth and recovery more than most give it credit for.
Water solubility is the big thing people stumble over when trying to get the right amounts of the right vitamins. Also I already buy saline drips for after my 3+ hour runs.
"Years of hard work for only a single moment of perfection is a worthy trade." - Myself
Just bought some syringes and B12. I'm on the prowl for Vit C IV drips but I only want around 10k, not 150k like the ones I've seen so far.
i can see how IV injection gets the vitamin into your bloodstream quicker, but how does that really help? don't the kidneys, etc. filter excess, unused water soluable vitamins from your bloodstream as well?
i would think the key to maximizing uptake of water soluable vitamins would be to keep a steady, constant dosage in the bloodstream over the course of a day rather than a spike of excess dosage which can't be completely absorbed and will just get (literally) pissed away.
are the risks associated with daily(?) injections more than offset by the advantages of IV vitamin supplementation over oral ingestion?
seems like a drastic step for very speculative and maybe minor payoffs.