That's hilarious. "Dr. Frederick Klenner wrote 27 papers from the 1940 through 1970 documenting his use of vitamin C (sodium ascorbate) to treat all manner of conditions including shock, viral infections, bacterial infections, and burns." I don't need to read the papers to know that's bollocks. Shock is an emergency medical condition where the blood pressure is insufficient to support vital functions, and without treatment leads to death. No amount of vitamin C will restore the circulating blood pressure/volume whatever the cause - unless you were to give it intravenously in large amounts of water, in which case it would be the water that would be the treatment for volume expansion. Same for burns - the loss of fluid from burns causes shock, and has the same outcome.