iHerb Customer Reviews
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Tastes like Baking Soda
Posted by Reviewer2622066 on Nov 26, 2008
This tastes like baking soda.
Posted by Reviewer1052411 on Nov 24, 2008
in smoothies and adds a citrus/acid taste, which appeals to me. In water tastes like bicarb. I prefer a powder instead of tablets or capsules.
Does not irritate my digestive system
Posted by Reviewer1995961 on Nov 21, 2012
I can't use too much of the regular ascorbic acid, so sodium ascorbate is a good alternativr for me. I take a t least 8,000mg of it per day. I also use it in my nasal spray: 1teaspoon of the sodium ascorbate in 1oz. of filtered water. After sodium ascorbate is well dissolved I put it in a nasal spray bottle and spray 3 times in each side of the nose 2-3 times per day. It works very well for colds/flu, allergies and any sinus problems.
Posted by 5356251618487573673 on May 12, 2014
good product however taste is a bit strange. Helps to prevent a common cold :) no upset tummy.
So far, so good
Posted by Reviewer1995314 on Nov 10, 2009
My husband and I have been using this for about a week. I did lots of research when trying to decide what kind of vitamin C to take this winter to avoid illness, and this is what I chose. I'm happy that it's gmo-free. The price is great, too. It seems to be tolerated well. I'll give a smaller dose to my children at the first sign of illness.
Overall it seams ok
Posted by 4726711352399854760 on Jul 15, 2013
tastes like baking soda and what are the effects on health is still too early to say
Posted by 4740470175983739272 on Feb 24, 2014
This product is great, although I needed to drink it with juice to camouflage the taste. I'm sure it's helped to keep a cold at bay, I would recommend this product
Great for Zoo's in Aquarium
Posted by Reviewer1752349 on Feb 11, 2010
Drops PH in tank but only very briefly will purchase again it's working great after 4 weeks of use.
Posted by Reviewer1490234 on Dec 03, 2010
Posted by francesjoan on Feb 15, 2011
It's convenient in a powder form. Next time I'll try magnesium ascorbate. A little saltier than I like.