Vitamin C Liquid

T J Clark

Vitamin C Liquid

High potency liquid immunity support

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8ml once daily with food.


T J Clark’s catalyzed vitamin C is a pure form of ascorbic acid with the addition of a proprietary blend of mineral compounds.

The addition of these mineral compounds may promote a greater production of ascorbate lactone derivatives, providing greater tissue availability and higher retention of ascorbate than other vitamin C products.  The use of these mineral compounds also serves to replace valuable electrolytes including, calcium, magnesium, potassium, and sodium.


  • May be beneficial in the prevention and treatment of stress related conditions, including irritability, anxiety, nervousness, headaches and fatigue
  • Can also support ageing, allergies, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, cataracts, circulatory complaints, colds and flu, and excessive use of anti-inflammatory steroid drugs
  • May help to nutralise excessive intakes of polyunsaturated fats, sun exposure, heart disease, infections and immune dysfunctions, and combating the effects of pollution, smog, smoking

Each 8ml contains,

Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 250mg
Phytogenic Mineral Catalyst 100mcg
Containing but not limited to,

Inactive Ingredients
Purified water
Cherry flavouring
Potassium Sorbate (0.1%)

Although oxalic acid is formed when ascorbic acid is metabolized, this is highly unlikely to cause renal problems in healthy individuals without pre-existing renal problems or who are not predisposed to increased crystal aggregation.

Those with pre-existing kidney stone disease or a history of renal insufficiency, defined as serum creatine greater than 2 and/or creatinine clearance less than 30, should exercise caution in the use of higher than RDA amounts of vitamin C.

Ascorbic acid is involved in modulating iron absorption and transport. It is highly unlikely that healthy individuals who take supplemental vitamin C will have any problem with iron overload. However, those with hemochromatosis, thalassemia, sideroblastic anaemia, sickle cell anaemia and erythrocyte G6PD deficiency might have such a problem if they use large amounts of vitamin C.

Drug Interactions

Aluminium-containing antacids: The intake of large doses of vitamin C used at the same time as aluminium-containing antacids has been reported to increase urinary aluminium excretion, suggesting increased aluminium absorption from these antacids. However, this is not well documented.

Aspirin: Chronic use of high dose aspirin may lead to impaired vitamin C status.

Chemotherapeutic agents: Vitamin C may potentiate the anti-neoplastic activity of cisplatin, doxorubicin and paclitaxel. It may also help ameliorate the cardio toxic effect of doxorubicin and the nephrotoxic effect of cisplatin. This is based on in vitro and animal studies. There is a concern by some researchers that supplemental doses of vitamin C may diminish the efficacy of some chemotherapeutic agents.

Estrogen: Ascorbic acid may enhance 17 beta-estradiol inhibition of oxidized LDL formation.