That's interesting  I'll start that (orally) with a cat I have.

Gloria



On Dec 13, 2009, at 9:55 PM, S. Jewell wrote:

Michelle,

No amount of antibiotics will do for your cat's stomatitis
what ascorbic acid will do.  See
http://www.seanet.com/~alexs/ascorbate/197x/belfield-w-j_int
_assn_prev_med-1978-v2-n3-p10.htmstomatit for an idea of how
much to use for different similar conditions in animals.  I
would put the cat on oral vitamin C or subcutaneous or
intramuscular injections of sodium ascorbate.  Better yet
would be asking your vet to put the cat on intravenous
vitamin C (in a sodium chloride drip) from McGuff -
http://www.mcguffpharmaceuticals.com/ascor_l_NC.htm.  I can
give you the protocol for your vet if you would like to have
it.  The key is dosage - using enough vitamin C for long
enough to clear the infection and inflammation (again, see
the general guidelines in the Belfield paper).  Vitamin C
used in any of these forms is safe, nontoxic and highly
therapeutic for a myriad of conditions in animals when given
in sufficient doses.



Sally Snyder Jewell
Tower Laboratories Corporation



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