posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 04:04 AM
Originally posted by DaRAGE
Look I've been reading through this thread and apart from the OP and one other bloke who have said "It's fantastic", All i've read from a few others
are "I think it's helping"; which to be honest, for me, isn't that helpful in deciding whether or not to do this.
Can I please get some legitimate and well thought out replies as to whether this stuff is something that will benefit me greatly as described in the
OP, or whether if I want the same effect, to just up the dose of vitamin c orally, even though it's not supposedly as efficient.?
I doubt you will get a huge energy boost, I get a nice mellow feeling, but the benefits are worth it. It will make your immune system much stronger,
which will make you healthier. There is so much stuff out there that can affect you on a daily basis and with this I stand a better chance.
I would see it more as a prevention, sure you can try it to cure something, but at the end of the day you want to prevent flu, diseases, cancer and
just about anything that can affect your body.
Vitamin c is a powerful antioxidant and you never know when a serious illness can hit you so I would rather be safe than sorry.
In theory, if you can achieve a 75% encapsulation, and you take 1000mg's of vitamin c in a serving, you will get say +/- 750mg's. If you took it the
usual way, of that 1000mg's, you will get only +/- 180mg's. You get around 3x the amount you would normally get in a serving.
Another benefit is, you can take say 3000mg's or even an extreme 6000mg's, without any side-affects. I'm not going to recommend that
edit on 8-6-2012 by shoeshiner because: (no reason given)