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Pure Planet, Amla-C Plus, 4 oz (114 g)

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No Fireworks - Try Madre-C instead

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Posted by Reviewer1517756 From North Carolina on Nov 10, 2011

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I have tried the NOW Bio-C with no effect. This one is okay for a natural c, but it takes 1.5 tsp just to get 100% RDA - and only 23 servings per bottle. (The RDA is 70mg.) The BEST and most cost effective natural C on IHerb is Madre-C powder: 45 servings at 525mg (875% RDA) per serving. Do the math... feel the difference.

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The Jury is out

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Posted by Reviewer2995098 From New York on Jun 25, 2010

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Very nasty taste, so it's hard to take it every day.

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Good Vit C source, but terrible taste

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Posted by Reviewer1153988 From Tennessee on Nov 26, 2009

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I like the fact that this is a whole food, complete vitamin C source and not synthetic. However, it tastes terrible, bitter and green. It may be a great vitamin C but I can hardly get it down. I probably won't even finish the bottle. I am going to try Now Foods, Tru-C Bio Vitamin C Complex instead.

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