Carlson Labs, Vitamin C Crystals, 35 oz (1000 g)
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No longer Corn-free
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by katmakiah on Feb 03, 2014
This product is no longer CORN-FREE and therefore may have GMO.
The description is old and needs to be changed.
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Key component of Linus Pauling Protocol
9 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1296023 on Feb 05, 2010
We use this powder for the Pauling/Rath therapy (megadoses of Vitamin C) for cardiovascular disease, and for overall well-being.
The Carlson ascorbic acid crystals are very fine and dissolve easily in water or juice, and can be made into a Liposomal vitamin C solution. Liposomal vitamin C may in fact be better absorbed in the gut (by combining lecithin granules and ascorbic acid); I have found that this combined mixture prevents getting the 'runs' or stomach upset/bloating at higher dosages( >4,000mg). (Search for "Homemade Lypo C") Also, I like the fact that Carlson's ascorbic acid is NOT made from corn. For anyone who may have a corn sensitivity or allergy, this is important.
I also appreciate the fact that iHerb ships this large container to Canada via USPS to save me on shipping costs! Keep up the good work iHerb!
2 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1060998 on Feb 16, 2010
Very pure--I like this form a lot. You can see it is not oxidized, so it works better than many tabets or capsules
Posted by Reviewer1412206 on Jun 09, 2009
I bought this product for my sister in Canada because they cannot find it. It is for loosing weight suggested by a naturalist. This product is exactly what is needed.
Posted by Reviewer2792171 on Apr 06, 2011
I sometimes react this with equal amount of sodium bicarbonate to obtain sodium ascorbate, for taking inbetween meals. Great value tub for high C dosing.