NutriBiotic, Sodium Ascorbate, Crystalline Powder, 16 oz (454 g)
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|Combo Discount:||- $2.00|
- Where Science Works Naturally
- Vitamin C
- Dietary Supplement
- Vegan and Hypoallergenic
- pH 7.1†
- Made Without Gluten or GMO's
- Naturally Fresh Nitro Pak- Bacteria Free Environment
- Pharmaceutical Grade
†Measure of acidity/alkalinity (neutral pH is 7.0)
NutriBiotic Sodium Ascorbate is a non-bitter, non-acidic, fully reacted, buffered vitamin C in a highly soluble form. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient that cannot be produced by the body, therefore, it must be replenished daily. Vitamin C has several beneficial purposes including developing and maintaining healthy skin and bones, and plays important roles in many biochemical reactions. Vitamin C provides support to the body's immune system by protecting cells from oxidative stresses.
NutriBiotic Sodium Ascorbate is manufactured by dissolving pharmaceutical grade ascorbic acid with sodium bicarbonate, derived from sea water. Sodium helps regulate the amount of water in the body. It also aids the movement of sodium into and out of cells, which plays a critical role in many bodily functions. The sodium in this product differs from common table salt in that it is not combined with chloride, the "salt" most often associated with hypertension.
As a dietary supplement, mix 1/4 teaspoon or more into a glass of juice or water. Take with or without meals, or as directed by a licensed health care professional.
Made without common food allergens such as milk, soy, egg, yeast, and wheat. Contains no rose hips, animal products, fillers, excipients, lubricants, binders, starch, colorings, flavorings, or preservatives.
Our Promise and Guarantee: We use only 100% pure pharmaceutical grade sodium ascorbate USP-FCC* (C6H7NA6), which contains no corn residue, plant antigens, or protein impurities. Individuals allergic to corn or yeast can use this product with confidence.
*United States Pharmacopoeia - Food Chemical Codex.
|Serving Size: 1/4 Teaspoon (1.25 g)|
|Servings per Container: 363|
|Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Vitamin C (as sodium ascorbate USP-FCC*)||1112 mg||1853%|
|Sodium (as sodium ascorbate USP-FCC*)||137 mg||6%|
|*United States Pharmacopoeia - Food Chemical Codex|
I use this orally, but also as an amazing tooth paste (keeps tooth pain at bay - let it soak in), and add a bit of thickner (xanthan gum) to make the most awesome skin salve - mix slowly (no air bubble entrapment), preferably with a plastic spoon, which does miracles. One night treatment improved circles under my eyes. Dose not sting in open wounds and will accelerate healing like nothing you've ever seen ... plunged a cut finger directly in the powder .. it healed with no peeling at wound edges (never had that happen before) and no scaring. Do not pre-mix ... it oxidizes VERY quickly as soon as it hits water losing the extra electron that it donates to intracellular processes.
High dose vitamin C
Posted by 5232072345621114325 on Feb 19, 2017
I have been using this for 6 months and it has made a huge improvement to my immunity, healing from injuries and overall health.
easy to use.
Posted by 5639943934024984532 on Feb 18, 2017
This form of Vit C is so easy to use. it dissolves quickly. It does taste a little salty, but I add a squeeze of lemon or lime juice.
Very effective and economical vitamin C
Posted by 4789042625606376261 on Feb 18, 2017
Economical source of very effective vitamin C that can be used internally, external (skin) infections or as a safe food preservative instead of dangerous chemicals.
helps bone density
Posted by 4634635098511626391 on Feb 17, 2017
I like it bc Dr. Suzanne Humphries (youtube) says that every molecule of ascorbate needs 2 molecules of sodium (or some other buffering) to be usable. I was taking unbuffered ascorbate, but I could tell from the leg cramps that unbuffered ascorbate was having to draw alkalinity from my muscles (and ultimately from my bone density). I have had no leg cramps with sodium ascorbate. I have also read Dr. Bernard Jensen, who says that sodium helps keep the calcium in suspension; I think he means the calcium is not as likely to collect in soft tissue.