If you have shown a sensitivity to pure vitamin C or if you have a compromised digestive system you may benefit from Thorne's buffered version of vitamin C. This supplement is made with pure crystallized vitamin C which results in the easiest way to take high doses of this acidic vitamin.
- Vitamin C for people with vitamin C sensitivities
- Supports immune system
- Antioxidant function
- For good balance of gut bacteria
High doses (of several grams daily) may improve the functioning of the immune system function and antioxidant support. Vitamin C may work to combat stress remove heavy metals (like mercury and lead) from the body kill Candida bacteria support a good balance of healthy bacteria in the gut and promote cardiovascular health.
Vitamin C can be found in citrus fruits broccoli kale bell peppers parsley cauliflower and strawberries among many other fruits and vegetables. Still with the standard diet it is quite common for people to consume low levels of this vitamin. If you think you may not be getting enough vitamin C or if you think you can benefit from additional antioxidant support a vitamin C supplement would be a suitable addition to your daily routine.
Certain people such as those who smoke are pregnant suffer from alcoholism or take certain drugs require an additional supply of vitamin C in their diet in order to support proper functioning of the immune system. If you fall into any of these categories talk to your doctor about supplementing with Buffered C Powder.
Mix 1 scoop with at least 8 ounces of water one to two times daily or as recommended by your health-care practitioner.
If pregnant, consult your health-care practitioner before using this product. 5-methyltetrahydrofolate supplementation is not recommended concurrently with cancer therapy, please consult with your health-care practitioner.
Vitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid), Calcium (as Ascorbate reacted from Calcium Carbonate and Ascorbic Acid), Magnesium (as Ascorbate reacted from Magnesium Carbonate and Ascorbic Acid), Potassium (as Ascorbate reacted from Potassium Bicarbonate and Ascorbic Acid).