Wish Pharmaceutical brand Vitamin C 1000 mg is a huge dose of vitamin C in the form of a practical powder. Just mix a spoon with 200 ml of water and we get a dose of this vital vitamin for your body. The Wish Phamaceutical product is an intense serving of vitamin C in its pure form, GMO free and is ideal for vegans and vegetarians. Ascorbic acid is known for its antioxidant properties. This is particularly important for people who train because they are more exposed to oxidative stress. Then, the balance between free radicals (oxidants) and antioxidants (antioxidants) is disturbed. Exercise makes your body weaker and more exposed to free radicals during exercise. It should be remembered that the demand for vitamin C increases with intense and prolonged physical exertion, as well as in the elderly. Wish Pharmaceutical released its vitamin C, realizing how popular it is among people. This is not surprising, because its operation is versatile and contributes to many things. It should be remembered that the health and good condition of the body depend on a balanced diet, and food supplements are only an addition.
Dissolve a spoon in 200 ml of water
Dietary supplements cannot be used as a substitute for a varied diet. Remember that only a healthy lifestyle and balanced diet ensure proper functioning of the body and maintaining good condition. Do not exceed recommended servings for consumption during the day. The product cannot be used by people who are allergic to any of its ingredients. Keep out of the reach of small children. Store in a dry place at room temperature in tightly closed containers. Best before the end: the date and batch number are on the side / bottom of the packaging. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.
This product is not intended for the diagnosis, treatment, cure or prevention of disease.
High bioavailability of the preparation
Easier dosing – powder product
Up to 1000 servings in the package
Pure product, without unnecessary burdens
Also for vegans and vegetarians