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NAT C

Stay Protected with Vitamin C

Boost and improve your immunity, health and skin with Nat C. It contains high strength (Vitamin C 1000 mg) natural vitamin C fortified with citrus bioflavonoids and contains buffered salt that is gentle on your stomach.

OVERVIEW
NAT C

Nat C is a high strength, yet buffered vitamin C. It contains vitamin C 1000 mg, along with lemon bioflavonoids, hesperidin and rutin along with rosehip and acerola which are the natural sources of vitamin C. Vitamin C in Nat C is present with buffered salt that is gentle on stomach. Bioflavonoids in combination with vitamin C help to increase the absorption of Vitamin C in our body and potentiate its antioxidant power. In addition, NAT C helps to enhance immunity and strengthens blood capillaries. NAT C improve immunity due to the action of lemon bioflavonoids and Vitamin C. NAT C is a less acidic Vitamin C formula containing lemon bioflavonoids.

Composition

Each tablet of NAT C contains :

  • Ascorbic acid : 300mg
  • Sodium Ascorbate : 353mg
  • Calcium Ascorbate : 412mg
  • For total Ascorbic Acid : 1g
  • Rutin : 50mg
  • Hesperidin : 50mg
  • Bioflavonoids : 50mg
  • Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Ext. equiv. to dry fruit : 250 mg
  • Malpighiapunicifolia (Acerola) Ext. equiv. to dry fruit flesh : 50 mg
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Indications

Treatment and prevention of vitamin c deficiency conditions like

  • Common cold & Flu
  • Low Immunity
  • Gums problems
  • Scurvy
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Dose

1 tablet daily with meal.

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Available in

Our products are available in the following countries:

  • Thailand
  • Tanzania
  • Ghana
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FAQ

1. WHAT IS COMMON COLD AND HOW NAT C HELPS IN COMMON COLD?

Common cold is an illness caused by organisms called viruses. There are about 200 and more type of viruses responsible for causing common cold. The most common virus causing common cold is the rhinovirus, which is thought to be responsible for at least 50% of colds. One can catch common cold as a result of direct physical contact with someone who has cold. Common cold can present with symptoms such as sneezing, stuffy nose, watery eyes etc.

Vitamin C in Nat C can help prevent colds. Taking vitamin C before the onset of cold symptoms may help reduce the duration of your symptoms. Vitamin C can also impart benefit to people having increased risk of colds and complain of recurrent cold.

2. WHAT IS THE CAUSE OF BLEEDING GUMS AND HOW NAT C HELPS IN BLEEDING GUMS?

The common causes of bleeding gums are:

  • Gingivitis or periodontitis– inflammation of the gums
  • Brushing too hard or using a very hard brush
  • Medications such as blood thinners
  • Medical conditions such as: Diabetes, leukemia etc.
  • Scurvy – deficiency of vitamin C

Vitamin C in Nat C can aid in stopping bleeding gums as it helps to strengthen the tissues to prevent bleeding gums. Moreover, vitamin C prevents gum inflammation and bioflavonoids in it also help to prevent the development of plaque on and around the teeth and gums that can cause cavities and stains on the teeth. Hence, vitamin C essential for gum health.

3. WHAT ARE THE ADVANTAGES OF NAT ON SKIN HEALTH?

With advancing age, the following changes occur:

  • Skin becomes rougher
  • It becomes slack as it loses its elasticity
  • It becomes transparent caused by thinning of surface layer
  • It becomes fragile
  • It becomes more easily bruised

Vitamin C in Nat C helps keep your skin healthy. It helps provide photoprotection as vitamin C limits the damage induced by ultraviolet (UV) light exposure. Additionally, vitamin C helps reduce wrinkling and dryness of skin and provides protection from photodamge and help in wound healing.

4 HOW SHOULD ONE TAKE CARE OF THEIR WOUNDS AND HOW NAT C HELPS IN WOUND HEALING?

  • Minor wounds- clean your wound with gentle soap and water. After cleaning, cover the wound with a sterile bandage or other dressing
  • Major wounds- Consult your doctor for appropriate care
  • Avoid picking at or scratching the scab
  • Do not rub the scar or apply anything without your doctor's advice

Vitamin C in wound healing:
Vitamin C plays an important role in formation of new tissue in a healing wound. The important component in healing is collagen. Vitamin C also provides tensile strength to newly formed collagen;so, new tissue can stretch without tearing.

5. WHO SHOULD TAKE NAT C?

Nat C can be taken by people in below mentioned condition:

  • Common cold
  • Recurrent cold/infection/illness
  • Loose gums, gingivitis, bleeding gums
  • Poor immunity
  • Loose, dull skin
  • Post-surgery
  • Wound healing
  • Recovering after illness

6. WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF CITRUS BIOFLAVONOIDS?

Citrus bioflavonoids modify the body's reaction to other compounds such as allergens, viruses and carcinogens. Citrus bioflavonoids act as anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, antiviral and anticarcinogenic. They are powerful antioxidants and provide protection against oxidative and free-radical damage. They have the ability to increase intracellular levels of vitamin C

7. WHAT IS THE BENEFIT OF HESPERIDIN AND RUTIN?

Hesperidin has demonstrated an ability to favorably affect lipids and to treat some vascular disorders. It is useful in cancer and immune disorders. Hesperidin is an anti-allergen and anti-inflammatory agent.

Rutin is beneficial in the management of venous edema. It strengthens capillaries, protects against some toxins and has anti-inflammatory and anticancer effects. Rutin prevents the oxidation of vitamin C and has some positive lipid effects.

8. WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF ACEROLA?

Acerola has active anti-fungal properties. Traditionally, it was used in the treatment of liver ailments, diarrhea, dysentery, coughs, colds and sore throats. Acerola is one of the richest sources of vitamin C in the world.

9 WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF ROSEHIP IN NAT C?

Rosehip is a rich source of vitamin C and is often recommended for boosting resistance and fighting infections.

10. WHAT IS THE DOSE OF NAT C?

One tablet of NATC should be taken daily with meal or as professionally prescribed. At the early onset of cold symptoms, this dose may be increased to three tablets per day

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