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What is Vitamin C?

Vitamin C or ascorbic acid – means water-soluble substances. Vitamin C does not accumulate in the body and must be taken with food on a daily basis. The main function of vitamin C is to provide reliable protection for the immune system.

We need this vitamin because:
1. strengthens immunity;
2. helps to heal wounds and burns faster;
3. Accelerates post-operative healing;
4. lowers blood cholesterol;
5. protects against many viral and bacterial infections;
6. Acts as a natural laxative;
7. helps to treat colds.

The highest content of vitamin C is in wild roses, sea buckthorn, black currant, cabbage, and peppers of various colors. Traces of this vitamin can also be found in vegetables such as green onions, potatoes, garlic, cucumbers, radishes, and green peas.