Vitamin C intake to chew or suck
Vitamin C, is necessary to keep blood vessels healthy.

35 Tablets

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Composition :

 1 tablet 


Dry extract of organic acerola fruit** 

      1,058.8 mg

dosed in vitamin C either  

180 mg


 *Recommended Nutritional Values

Ingredients :
Diluent: sorbitol, Organic dry extract** of acerola fruit (malpighia glabra)
Anti-caking agent: magnesium stearate, Flavouring: cherry aroma.
**product from certified organic farming

Box of 35 tablets.

Directions for use:
Take 1 tablet to chew or suck in the morning. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. The use of this dietary supplement should not be a substitute for a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Keep out of reach of children. Store cool, dry and away from light.

It is recommended that pregnant and lactating women consult a health professional before any supplementation.

Vitamin C, here extracted from acerola, contributes to the maintenance of collagen integrity, the synthesis of red blood cells and the stabilization of connective tissues.
Protecting the blood vessels against the damage caused by radicals (unstable oxygen molecules that, lost in the body, try to reproduce, with elements of our cells), it facilitates the decrease of blood pressure, bad cholesterol and favors the increase of beneficial HDL (good cholesterol).
Also known for its support to the immune system through action with lymphocytes and neutrophils (white blood cells), it helps Deoxyribonuclear Acid (commonly called DNA) by decreasing its oxidative lesion.

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A bit of history...
In antiquity, a serious disease called scurvy, affecting mainly sailors as well as all people deprived of fresh food for too long, gave rise to bone pain, gum hemorrhages but also strong anemia.
During the eighteenth century, an English naval doctor, James Lind, discovered that a few drops of orange or lemon juice absorbed by sailors every day, protected them and removed the suffering of this disease.
In 1928, the Hungarian biochemist Albert Szent Györgyi isolated a crystalline substance from lemon juice that he named ascorbic acid (vitamin C) in reference to scurvy. His synthesis was written in 1933 by chemists Walter Norman Haworth and Tadeusz Reichstein.

In the middle of the twentieth century, silicon dioxide was used in electronics (for the manufacture of silicone or photovoltaic solar panels). Today, it is used as an essential component of glass, and is prompting research in nanotechnology.


Data sheet

Active principles
Anti-caking agents
magnesium stearate
Number of tablets
35 tablets

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