CaliVita International, USA
Quantity: 240 ml
Amount per 2,5 ml:
Vitamin C ...................................... 166,6 mg
Calcium ............................................. 7,8 mg
Citrus Bioflavonoid Extract ........ 166,6 mg
Rose Hips Extract ....................... 166,6 mg
|The product is made exclusively from natural ingredients
Recommended dosage: 2, 5 ml daily.
Vitamin C is contained in many of vegetables and citrus fruits, but its the best natural source is the wild rose. Vitamin C of really high quality is produced primarily from rose hips, as it contained in a natural complex, which intensifies the effect of ascorbic acid.
Vitamin C activates numerous enzymes and plays an important role in enriching the cells with oxygen. It promotes wound healing, speeds up the restoration of connective tissues, is involved in the formation of bones, collagen and cartilage, as well as in the synthesis of adrenal cortex hormones.
It protects against stress, promotes iron absorption. Along with folic acid and vitamin B12, it promotes the formation of red blood cells. It lowers blood cholesterol, protects the body from carcinogens.
Modern supplements that contain vitamin C, frequently includes also bioflavonoids. They are not vitamins in the full sense of the word, but some scientists ranked them in P-group of vitamins. Because bioflavonoids stimulate the assimilation of vitamin C, it is better to take them along.
The human body is not capable itself of creating bioflavonoids, so they can only get from food. This group of compounds are often used to treat sports injuries, as they reduce pain, facilitate the effects of stroke, stop the bleeding and the phenomena caused by low levels of calcium in serum.
Along with Vitamin C, bioflavonoids protect the inner structure of capillaries. They are antibacterial activity and stimulate circulation. They contribute to the formation of bile, lowers cholesterol levels and prevent occurrence of cataracts. In combination with vitamin C, bioflavonoids are often used in treatment of herpes.
Belonging to a bioflavonoid quercetin obtained by extraction of green and blue algae is beneficial in the treatment of asthma and allergies.
Natural sources of bioflavonoids are the white part of the skin of citrus fruits, peppers, buckwheat, and black currant. In smaller proportions, they are also found in apricots, cherries, grapes, plums and rose hips.
Natural complex of vitamin C with bioflavonoids has all the positive effects of vitamin C and other ingredients contribute to its assimilation and increase the efficiency of action. Special manufacturing techniques ensure a long, continuous presence of vitamin C in the body.