Natural Citrus Food

“Strengthens Collagen and Immune System”

Vitamin C is one of the least stable of the water-soluble vitamins which include the B vitamins. In the scientific community, this vitamin is known as ascorbic acid meaning “without scurvy,” the disease caused by Vitamin C deficiency. Vitamin C is an essential nutrient and is famous for its immune enhancing properties. It is known for its ability to grow and repair tissues, aids in the production of anti-stress hormones ( interferon), and is needed for the metabolism of folic acid ( considered brain food, needed for the formation of RBC). Vitamin C serves as protection against the harmful effects of pollution, helps to prevent cancer, protects against infection, increases absorption of iron, may help reduce cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, and helps prevent artherosclerosis. Vitamin C is also essential to collagen formation, protects against blood clotting and bruising, and promotes faster healing of wounds and burns.

Vitamin C is water soluble and therefore passes through the body quickly. It is very sensitive to cooking methods, heat and light. Since it cannot be synthesized by the human body, it is therefore necessary to obtain an adequate supply of this nutrient from various food sources, or from supplementation.


  • Contains Barbados Cherry and Lemon bioflavanoids (vitamin P), the richest natural sources of vitamin C.
  • Provides 24-hour supply of vitamin C in the body.
  • Has an almost neutral pH.
  • Does not irritate an empty stomach, nor cause gastritis.
  • It can be taken with an empty stomach.
  • One capsule provides the same amount of Vitamin C in 5 oranges and Vitamin P (Hesperidin flavanoid) in about 10 lemons.
  • Nutrients are extracted using ‘cold processing’ method to ensure maximum potency, quality and purity.


  • Prevention of scurvy and periodontal diseases such as pyorrhea and gingivitis.
  • A powerful antioxidant to slow aging and decreases cancer risk.
  • Reducing symptoms of asthma and sinusitis.
  • Improving the immune system, and resisting colds and flu.
  • Heart disease and artherosclerosis, by lowering total cholesterol, raising HDL levels (good cholesterol) in the blood, and strengthening blood vessel walls.
  • Promoting faster wound healing, tissue formation, and reduced inflammation.
  • Hypoglycemia, by increasing therapeutic effect of insulin and support adrenal function.
  • Regulating omplications of diabetes (diabetic cataracts).
  • Controlling arthritic conditions by strengthening collagen formation.
  • Promoting clear, supple skin due to collagen build-up.
  • Preventing anemia by helping iron absorption in the intestines.
  • Pregnant and menstruating women to prevent iron deficiency anemia.
BFAD Approved: FR#37374