*These do not replace first-line, patient-specific and physician-guided treatments or emergent care in moderate to severe cases.
Several studies suggest that high-dose vitamin C reduced inflammatory reaction associated with sepsis and acute respiratory distress syndrome seen in COVID and may help improve oxygenation status.
Vitamin D supplementation could decrease COVID-19 PCR positivity, inflammatory markers and the number of affected lung segments in COVID-19-positive patients, thereby shortening the duration of hospital stays and alleviating the intensity of COVID-19.
Glutathione supplementation can help replace depleted levels of GSH which can help decrease severity of COVID symptoms.
Zinc helps support immune function.
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