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Vitamin C 750mg / 5ml - 5 vials x 5 ml
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Vitamin C is an amazing vitamin, with people claiming it as a cure-all for many diseases and problems - from cancer to the common cold.
Yet, this miracle Vitamin C cannot be manufactured by the body, and needs to be ingested.
The Vitamin C is required in the synthesis of collagen in connective tissue, neurotransmitters, steroid hormones, Carnitine, conversion of cholesterol to bile acids and enhances iron bio-availability.
The Vitamin C is a great antioxidant and helps protect the body against pollutants.
Because Vitamin C is a biological reducing agent, it is also linked to prevention of degenerative diseases - such as cataracts, certain cancers and cardiovascular diseases.
Vitamin C also promotes healthy cell development, proper calcium absorption, normal tissue growth and repair - such as healing of wounds and burns.
Vitamin C assists in the prevention of blood clotting and bruising, and strengthening the walls of the capillaries.
Vitamin C is needed for healthy gums, to help protect against infection, and assisting with clearing up infections.
Vitamin C enhances the immune system and helps reduce cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and prevents arteriosclerosis.
When is a shortage of Vitamin C, various problems can arise, although scurvy is the only disease clinically treated with Vitamin C.
However, a shortage of Vitamin C may result in "pinpoint" hemorrhages under the skin and a tendency to bruise easily, poor wound healing, soft and spongy bleeding gums and loose teeth.
Edema (water retention) also happens with a shortage of Vitamin C, and weakness, a lack of energy, poor digestion, painful joints and bronchial infection and colds are also indicative of an under-supply.
Mega doses of Vitamin C should be avoided in individuals with a history of renal stones due to oxalate formation or hemochromatosis or other diseases related to excessive iron accumulation.
Extremely high dosage of Vitamin C may predispose premature infants to hemolytic anemia due to the fragility of their red blood cells.
The need for Vitamin C will dramatically increase in times when the body is subjected to trauma, infections, and strenuous exercise, elevated environmental temperatures or if the person is a smoker.
Smokers should supplement with another 100 mg Vitamin C per day.
Be careful of taking Aspirin and Vitamin C together - it may cause stomach irritation.