Vitamin C with Wild Rose, 500 mg, 90 capsules, 150 ml bottle

Vitamin C: 500 mg, with Rosa Canina: 50 mg

Food Supplement

Ingredients: vitamin C (ascorbic acid), micronized fruit of wild rose (Rosa Canina), anticaking agent: natural rice concentrate (NuFlow), anti slipping agent: natural rice extract (NuMag), bulking agent: brown rice flour (gluten free), capsule shell: Hydroxypropyl Methylcellulose

Nutrients per serving (2 capsules): vitamin C ascorbic acid 1000 mg 1250% NRV (NRV – Nutrient Reference Value for adults), micronized and powdered wild rose fruit (Rosa canina) 100 mg
(NRV not specified)

Bottle contains 90 capsules: 45 daily portions

Recommended daily intake: 2 capsules with a meal. Do not exceed the recommended daily intake.

Safety precautions: Do not use in case of hypersensitivity. The product must not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.

Storing conditions: Store in a cool and dry place out of the reach of children

Capsule does not contain: sugar, iodine, casein,
lactose, alcohol, gluten, salt,
starch, wheat, corn, dairy, preservatives, or dyes, magnesium stearate, or similar chemical compounds, allergens, GMO products, Novel Food.
Odourless capsules.
Capsules and their content were not subject to irradiation. Neither the product, nor any of its ingredients contain forbidden substances.

Building of immunity: L-ascorbic acid is necessary to build the immunity of our body to infections.

Combating free radicals: Vitamin C is one of the most important natural antioxidants. It neutralizes excess detrimental free radicals which cause damage of proteins, lipids and DNA.

Supporting blood system: It enhances blood vessels which prevents easy formation of bruises, haemorrhages, or gum bleeding. It restrains oxidation of LDL cholesterol, leading to a decrease in pathological arteriosclerotic changes. It takes part in the regulation of arterial pressure. It supports assimilation of iron and takes part in the formation of red blood cells. Vitamin C decreases the risk of stroke.

Formation of collagen: Vitamin C participates in enzymatic reactions in cells. It is a cofactor for many enzymes involved in biosynthesis of collagen and maintains proper functions of connective tissue. The most extreme effect of vitamin C deficiency is scurvy.

Vitamin C for agile joints and strong bones: It participates in the formation of collagen, which is a major component of articular cartilage. Due to this, vitamin C is responsible for elasticity of joints, reducing the risk of injuries. It is also essential for the formation of ossein which builds our bones.

Impact on skin: It is a strong antioxidant which neutralizes free radicals damaging skin cells and responsible for the ageing process. Vitamin C protects the skin from harmful effects of ultraviolet radiation. It has an anti-inflammatory effect and minimizes the risk of sunburn.

The need for vitamin C rises with long-term physical effort, during vomiting, in intestinal disorders, in lack of appetite, in elderly people, in individuals with hypertension, in diabetics, cigarette smokers, in those who suffer from a severe stress, in pregnant and breast-feeding women.

The industrial method to obtain vitamin C is a natural process, because vitamin C is formed by gluconbacter oxydans bacterium in a biochemical Reichstein-Grussner process developed in the 1930’s. Currently obtained vitamin C is equally natural as that in fruit and vegetables. It only requires an addition of natural bioflavonoids (eg. wild rose fruit) in order to increase assimilability.