Hi-Dose Vit C can be taken every 2-3 hours when ills and chills strike to provide acute support to the immune system.  Studies show Vitamin C absorption is greatly increased in individuals when they are unwell before reaching bowel  tolerance and provoking side effects. This is due to increased support required for immune system function. Hi-Dose Vit C is also appropriate for daily use as it supports stress hormone production from the adrenal glands during times of stress. 

  • Provides high levels of Vitamin C for frequent use to support the body’s defences
  • Supports the immune system
  • Vitamin C supports the adrenal glands during times of stress
  • High daily dose of Vitamin C supports wellbeing & antioxidant protection
  • Good value product providing dosing flexibility

Clinicians Hi-Dose Vit C

$29.99Price
  • Key Ingredients
    Active ingredients

    Each level 5ml teaspoonful contains:

    Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) 3mg Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 700mg Vitamin C (from sodium ascorbate) 2850mg



    Also contains: natural flavourings and thaumatin. Sodium (from sodium ascorbate) 372mg/16mmol per teaspoonful. No added: gluten, dairy, yeast, sugar, artificial colours, flavours or preservatives

    Dosage
    Take 1 level teaspoonful in water or juice 1-2 times daily.

    Enhanced Dosage (for short term adult use only):

    Day 1-3: Take 1 level teaspoonful in water or juice every

    2-3 hours during waking hours*.

    *Monitor dosage in accordance with bowel tolerance.

    Day 4-7: Take 2 level teaspoonful twice or three times daily.

    After Day 7: Return to recommended adult dosage or as directed by your health professional. THIS PRODUCT MAY CAUSE BOWEL LOOSENESS. IF YOU ARE ON ANY OTHER MEDICATION, PLEASE CONSULT WITH YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL BEFORE TAKING THIS PRODUCT. IF SYMPTONS PERSIST OR YOU HAVE ANY SIDE EFFECTS PLEASE CONTACT YOUR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL.

    DO NOT TAKE HIGH DOSES OF VITAMIN C IF YOU HAVE A GASTRIC ULCER OR ULCERATIVE COLITIS.

    Precautions
    Do not take high doses of vitamin C if you have a gastric ulcer or ulcerative colitis. Gastric ulcer or Ulcerative colitis: vitamin C is generally well-tolerated; however people with gastric sensitivities are advised to take this product with food or to lower the dose if bowel discomfort occurs