Vitamin C powerful 1000mg dose 3 months supply
Vitamin is an essential nutrient for your health. It can neutralize unstable compounds and help to reverse or prevent cellular damage
If you are eating various fruit and veg. Let’s say you eat an orange. That will give you about 75% (give or take) of your daily requirement. Personally, I don’t like citrus fruit and find that taking supplements puts my mind at rest, knowing I have got my daily value (called DV)
Studies have been carried out about the effects of Vitamin C on viruses that cause the common cold. Taking the vitamin doesn’t actually prevent a cold, but it could make the symptoms a lot less severe, and as such, will probably help you get over a cold faster.
Even more interesting are the studies carried out that large doses of vitamin C can reduce inflammation of the lungs in severe respiratory illnesses caused by swine flu, and other viruses. It is obviously too early to say whether it will help reduce the effects of coronavirus, but basically, I would bet my bottom dollar that it would tag least do no harm whatsoever and can only help rescue the symptoms and length of the effects of the virus.
A couple of years ago, I went to a private clinic in Surrey to have IV (intravenous) Vitamin C for an illness. The service was recommended to me. Apparently, literally, a truckload of the vitamin was pumped into me! Imagine an open-backed lorry, full of oranges…that’s why I got. so I know you cannot overdose on it, and the body will flush out what it doesn’t need. I suffered no il effects whatsoever.
Interestingly, a review last year found that high doses of vitamin C can aid people admitted to hospitals for critical illnesses by reducing the length of stay in hospital by 8% and shortening the duration of ventilation by 18.2%
So that is good enough for me – one tablet a day, coupled with Vitamin D3 seems to be a good way to go.
So forget the mamby-pamby 90mg tablets – get the full powerful dose. Just one a day, 3 months supply (90 tablets) should help massively.