An additional source of vitamin C; provides for general health improvement, immunity boosting, slowing down ageing processes, has antioxidative properties.
Ascorbic acid – 70.0 mg, orange flvor, excipients.
Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) is one of the most famous vitamins. It is an active participant in regulation of the oxidation-reduction processes in the body, carbohydrate metabolism, blood clotting and tissue regeneration. It helps reducing vascular walls permeability, has anti-platelet (prevents thrombosis) and expressed antioxidatve properties, helps slowing down process of body ageing. It is necessary to keep teeth, gums, bones, cartilages and connective tissue healthy. It plays an important part in collagen synthesis in the body, improves iron uptake. The vitamin boosts body resistance to infections, helps suppressing mediators of inflammation and allergic reactions, provides antihistamine effect.
A human body has no significant stores of Vitamin C, that is why systematic and regular consumption of this vitamin with food is essential. The main sources of ascorbic acid are plants. The greatest amount of ascorbic acid is contained in pepper, horse radish, rowanberry and chokeberry, black currant, strawberry, oranges, lemons, mandarins, cabbage (both fresh and sour), in spinach. It should be kept in mind that vitamin C breaks down in case of thermal processing of products, under the influence of light. Smokers should keep in mind that each cigarette breaks down about 25 mg of vitamin C.
Adults take 1-2 tablets – chew and wash down with a glas of water. Term of use – up to 1 month. Further, the term of use and the possibility of repeated use are to be agreed with a doctor.
Children under 12, individual sensitivity to certain components, pregnancy, lactation.
Proteins – 0 g, carbohydrates – 94.7 g, fats – 0 g
500 mg tablets N10, N50 and N100