Usage name: Vitamin C, ascorbic acid.

Obtaining process: Synthetic or extracted from natural sources (fruits and vegetables).

Source: Mainly of plant origin, extracted from fruits such as citrus fruits (oranges, lemons), berries (strawberries, raspberries), kiwi, red peppers...

Family: Water-soluble vitamins.

Part of the plant extracted: Fruit.

Provenance, origin: Worldwide, production concentrated in China, United States and India for synthetic ascorbic acid

Chemical characteristics: White crystalline powder, soluble in water, slightly soluble in alcohol

Dosage form: Powder, aqueous solution.

Dosage needed in dietary supplements : Varies depending on individual needs and formulations, generally between 500 mg and 2000 mg per day.

Missions: Vitamin C plays an essential role in many bodily functions. It helps maintain the immune system, bone health, wound healing and the formation of collagen. In addition, as an antioxidant, it protects cells from oxidative stress.

Properties : Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, strengthens the immune system, promotes iron absorption, supports cardiovascular and bone health.

Indications: Vitamin C is recommended to maintain good general health, strengthen the immune system, promote wound healing, support bone health and promote collagen production.