Tasty Vitamin C Chewable Grape promotes healthy capillaries, gums and teeth and aids in iron absorption. It helps heal wounds and broken bones, and, by increasing the absorption of iron from the intestine, it helps treat anemia. Vitamin C plays a role in collagen formation within connective tissue and it contributes to hemoglobin and red-blood–cell production in bone marrow.
Vitamin C is perhaps best known for its role as an immune system booster that helps prevent viral and bacterial infections. It is recommended for treatment of the common cold.
This formula contains lemon bioflavanoids that work synergistically with Vitamin C to maintain the structural health and fluid permeability of capillaries. Bioflavanoids are also potent antioxidants that protect cells from free-radical damage.
- Promotes healthy capillaries, gums, and teeth
- Aids in iron absorption • Helps heal wounds and broken bones
- Prevents and treats scurvy
- Helps treat anemia, especially iron deficiency anemia, by increasing the absorption of iron from the intestines
- Helps form collagen in connective tissue
- Contributes to hemoglobin and red blood cell production in bone marrow.
- Aids in preventing many types of viral and bacterial infections and generally potentiates the immune system
- Aids in the treatment and prevention of the common cold
Each tablet contains:
Vitamin C (sodium ascorbate/ascorbic acid)............... 500 mg'
Supporting botanical blend 7 mg derived from: Rutin (Dimorphandra mollis pod), Hesperidin Complex (Citrus limon, Citrus paradisi, Citrus sinensis rind), Lemon Bioflavonoids (Citrus limon rind) providing 3% Hesperidin, Acerola Cherry (4:1) extract (Malpighia glabra fruit) equivalent to 5.6 mg of raw herb; Rosehips (Rosa canina fruit).
Dextrose, Mannitol, Cellulose, Calcium Carbonate, Natural Grape Flavours, Vegetable Stearic Acid, Vegetable Magnesium Stearate, Silica, Sucralose, Natural Carmine Purple.
Adults: Chew 1-4 tablets daily.
Drug Interactions: Mixed amphetamines, Propranolol (medication for high blood pressure), Tetracycline, Warfarin (blood thinning medication).
Nutrient Depletions: Acetaminophen, Ampicillin, Alcohol, Aspirin, Carbidopa, Clozapine, Cyclophosphamide, Cyclosporin (medication for cancer treatment), nitroglycerin, oral contraceptives.
Excess Vitamin C can interfere with the absorption of copper and selen ium.
Supportive Drug Interactions: Loop diuretics (Vitamin C amplifies the effects of these medications), nitrate medications for heart disease Vitamin C may reduce the development of tolerance).
Vitamin C works well when taken in conjunction with other antioxidants such as Vitamin E.
Warnings and Precautions: None known when taken as directed.
Toxicity, Adverse Reactions and Side Effects: Doses greater than recommended have been associated with loose stools, diarrhea, gas and bloating. Decrease dosage if these symptoms occur.