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Make Your Own Vitamin C

Vitamin C


Our research found that most Vitamin C is coming from genetically engineered corn!  Even the “Health Food” Vitamin C.

So, with this information you have a choice!

Genetically engineered corn Vitamin C[1]


Organic Vitamin C-complex, rutin, hesperidin,bioflavonoids, monoterpene and limonene essential oils![2]

Organic citrus fruits have rutin, hesperidin, bioflavonoids, monoterpenes and limonene essential oils in their pulp and peel.  Cut the peels into thin strips; lay out on cheesecloth with none of the peels touching each other.  In a couple of days you have your own natural vitamin C.  Dehydrators work well and cut the drying time down.  Putting the dried peels into a coffee grinder or Vita Mix will make a powder that can easily be added to drinks or food.  Be sure to store in an airtight container.  Taking one teaspoon of this powder will supply you with more Vitamin C than your body needs for the day.  Organic grapefruit, tangerines, oranges, lemons and limes can all be used.


Other organic foods with Vitamin C are listed below:[3]

Acerola juice  & cherries
Dock (Sorrel) Chive Raw hot red pepper Broccoli
Papaya Guava
Kale leaves Brussels sprouts Strawberry
Hot green pepper Mustard greens
Parsley Horseradish Watercress
Sweet green pepper Cauliflower Persimmon Mustard spinach Collard greens
Black currants & juice Kohlrabi Turnip greens Red cabbage

Disclaimer:  All of the above data, methods and product information are intended for educational purposes only and not intended to diagnose, prescribe, treat or replace a physician’s care.  If you are ill or suspect you may have a health problem, it is recommended that you seek the advice of your health care provider.  The remedies, approaches and techniques described may help you.  In order to maintain overall good health, it is important that you have a well-balanced diet, regular exercise and positive thinking.

Copyright c 2006 by Arthur L. Gardner & Vera L. Gardner.  All rights reserved.

[1] Organic Solutions 411 Cleveland St.#188 Clearwater, FL 33755

[2] Discovery of the Ultimate Super Food by Gary Young ND, Ronald Lawrence MD, PhD 

  Mark Schreuder ISBN 094368544-3

[3] Composition and Facts About Foods by Ford Heritage Health Research 70 Lafayette St.

  Mukelumne Hill, CA 95245


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