- Feb 28, 2013
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But one has to produce peer-reviewed studies over an extended period of time, for ones disease-killing product, if one wants to receive general acceptance by the medical fraternity.
I'm pretty sure if you read back you'll find I agree and said "raw" Vitamin C in tablet or powder form, and you are correct, the body will excrete any excess. That will vary between people.The problem with extremely high doses of manufactured Vitamin C, is that all it does, is give you expensive yellow wee. The body can only absorb modest doses of it, it simply rejects overloads of Vitamin C.
So in summary, it's cheap, it can't hurt you, zero risk, and is thought to have numerous benefits that may help your immune system fight this virus, and that may make the difference for some of you.
Even many Chinese chemists sell the expensive processed flavoured crap in order to make bigger profits, but otherwise I can buy raw tablets in small small bottles for cents in the dollar, and in Aus previously I used to buy the raw powder direct from some chemists for cheap. Mixed it in a glass of any fruit juice, don't eat a teaspoon raw, ask me how I know .... lol!
I prefer bronze I think, concrete shows up the bird shite.