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Kirkman Buffered Vitamin C Powder Flavored


This product offers high potency (1,100 mg) vitamin C in a buffered powder formulation. It’s made with sodium, potassium and magnesium ascorbates to produce a buffered, acid balanced formulation that’s very gentle on the stomach

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Kirkman Buffered Vitamin C Powder Flavored

Offers powerful antioxidant activity for immune system support and other health benefits. This product offers high potency (1,100 mg) vitamin C in a buffered powder formulation. It’s made with sodium, potassium and magnesium ascorbates to produce a buffered, acid balanced formulation that’s very gentle on the stomach. This product is sweetened with stevia leaf extract and has a passion fruit flavor. Supplements in our Bio-Max Series use forms of nutrients that have been clinically proven to be among the best absorbed and bioavailable. Free of common allergens. Gluten and casein free. Ultra Tested®.

Kirkman Buffered Vitamin C Powder

Vitamin C has a key role in supporting the immune system. It is especially important for children’s good health and development.
Vitamin C has powerful antioxidant activity with many health benefits. Among them are:
• supporting the immune system by assisting white blood cell function, including antibody levels and responses;
• eliminating free radical damage to tissues, organs and cells;
• supporting the production of collagen, the main protein substance that holds the body together in the form of tissues, tendons, cartilage, etc.

Free of:
Sugar, soy, wheat, casein, gluten, milk, egg, preservatives, yeast, gelatin, artificial flavorings, colorings, tree nuts, peanuts or fish.

Kirkman Labs

Kirkman Labs products are tested for more than 950 environmental contaminants : No other company in the world conducts purity testing to this degree.

Weight .236 kg
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 6 cm

8 reviews for Kirkman Buffered Vitamin C Powder Flavored

  1. qest4life

    I have been using and prescribing buffered Vitamin C for many years and Kirkman’s Buffered C is not only a “clean” product, users can rest assured this company lists BOTH its active and inactive ingredients! No surprises here! Awesome for immune and glucose modulation, helps boost detoxification, fights virus ????, bacterial and fungal infections! Wonderful to take in large doses even up gut-tolerance, meaning that even extremely high doses might not trigger gut-discomfort!

    Daily Benefit Buffered Vitamin C has an alkalizing effect on the body. The Standard American (South African) Diet consist of foods such as meat, processed foods, and simple sugars, which are highly acidic forming.

    Calcium, magnesium, and potassium may help reduce this acidity, thereby supporting overall wellness.

    Vitamin C can be found in a variety of vegetables and fruits. However, the vitamin C content of these foods is reduced during cooking as well as during long periods of storage.

    Additionally, vitamin C levels in fruits and vegetables are reduced due to modern agricultural methods that deplete nutrients from the soil.

    Taking a high-quality vitamin C supplement is therefore necessary if whole fruits and vegetables cannot be purchased daily from local, organic growers.

    January 25, 2020
  2. qest4life


    Better Tolerance: Vitamin C is naturally acidic and high doses may cause an upset stomach and loose stools. Dr Morrison specially formulated Daily Benefit Buffered Vitamin C to avoid this effect by combining vitamin c with calcium, magnesium, and potassium. These minerals reduce the acidity of vitamin C, making it more gentle on the gut, even when taken in high doses.
    Increased Absorption: The speed at which vitamin C travels through the gastrointestinal system is reduced by the added minerals magnesium, potassium, and calcium, allowing more time for optimal absorption.

    January 25, 2020
  3. qest4life

    Who might benefit from Buffered Vitamin C?

    This product is great for…

    •People who want to boost their immune system*
    •Those with a sensitive or compromised digestive system*
    •Those who need support for maintaining healthy blood sugar levels*
    •Anyone who needs hormonal balancing*
    •Strengthening the cardiovascular system*
    •Combating the detrimental effects of exposure to environmental toxins and heavy metals*
    •Skin health*
    Individuals who experience increased stress and its negative effects*
    •Athletes and those who exercise regularly*
    •Persons with Autism and Neuro-developmental disorders.
    •Persons with chronic disease
    •Persons with epilepsy
    •Persons with a history of inflammatory disorders caused by Borrelia Burgdorferi (Lyme), Rickettsiae and other intra-cellular bacterial infections such as Mycoplasma Pneumoniae.

    January 25, 2020
  4. qest4life


    Vitamin C

    Helps reduce inflammation: Vitamin C is an important antioxidant in the body and can protect important molecules, including proteins, carbohydrates, and fats, from damage by free radicals, thereby reducing inflammation.
    Supports immune health: Due to its antioxidant properties, vitamin C is known as an important part of a healthy immune system.
    Supports brain health: Vitamin C has protective effects on the brain and studies have shown it may even decrease the risk of Alzheimer’s disease.
    Supports healthy skin: Higher intake of vitamin C has been linked to a decreased risk of dry skin.
    Helps the body cope with stress: The highest concentration of vitamin C in the body is found in the adrenal glands. In times of increased stress, vitamin C levels can become easily depleted because it is needed for the production of cortisol, our primary stress hormone. This leaves the adrenals with insufficient levels of vitamin C which can contribute to fatigue, low blood sugar, and even increased belly fat.
    Helps to keep skin looking healthy and youthful: As an antioxidant, Vitamin C protects the skin from damaging free radicals from environmental factors such as sun damage and pollution. Additionally, vitamin C plays a vital role in the formation of collagen, which helps to keep your skin looking firmer and smoother.
    Supports blood flow: Certain lifestyle habits such as smoking and chronic health conditions such as obesity can impair blood flow. Vitamin C, in combination with other antioxidants can help dilate the blood vessels, thereby enhancing blood circulation.
    Helps attenuate muscle soreness: Taking vitamin C prior to exercise may help reduce exercise-induced muscle soreness and oxidative stress.


    Supports bone health: Calcium, in combination with Vitamins D3 and K2, helps maintain good bone density; adequate amounts of calcium may therefore reduce the risk of osteoporosis.
    Helps with weight management: Research has linked optimal calcium levels to lower body weight and less weight gain over time.
    Helps maintain healthy blood pressure levels: Studies have shown a relationship between increased calcium intake and both lower blood pressure and reduced risk of hypertension.

    January 25, 2020
  5. qest4life

    Stomach problems? Try Kirkman’s Buffered Vitamin C!

    Vitamin C that’s buffered, so it’s easier on the stomach*
    Buffered C Powder makes it easier for individuals with a sensitive or compromised digestive system to take a higher amount of vitamin C. It also provides calcium, magnesium, and potassium.

    January 25, 2020
  6. qest4life

    Buffered Vitamin C combines a highly absorbable form of vitamin C together with the buffering minerals magnesium, potassium and calcium to allow higher doses without stomach upset, and for supporting proper muscle relaxation and contraction. I simply LOVE ❤️ it!

    January 25, 2020
  7. qest4life


    To work out the “bowel tolerance” total:

    Look at the total amount of vitamin C consumed on the day of the flush to reach bowel tolerance.

    For example, if you took 1000mg of vitamin C every hour for 12 hours before reaching bowel tolerance, the total daily consumption to bowel tolerance was 12000mg (12g).

    “Bowel Tolerance” means you keep taking 1000 mg till your bowels “flush” – it’s the titration suggested by dr Cartwright https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/7321921/


    January 25, 2020
  8. qest4life

    Vitamin C: the nontoxic, nonrate-limited, antioxidant free radical scavenger.

    (How Vitamin C as Ascorbate can heal diseases):

    The amount of oral ascorbic acid that a patient can tolerate without diarrhea, increases somewhat proportionately to the “toxicity” of his disease. Clinically, in a disease ameliorated by ascorbate, there is a suppression of symptoms only with very high doses and approximately to that extent which a nonrate-limited, antioxidant free radical scavenger, might be expected to affect that disease process if all harmful free radicals and highly reactive oxidizing substances were quenched. In most pathologic processes, the rate at which free radicals and highly reactive oxidants are produced, exceeds the rate at which the ordinary rate-limited antioxidant free radical scavenging mechanisms can quench those free radicals and oxidants. When ascorbate acts as a scavenger, dehydroascorbate is formed; but if the ascorbate/dehydroascorbate (AA/DHA) ratio is kept high (the redox potential kept reducing) until the unstable dehydroascorbate undergoes hydrolysis or can be reduced back to ascorbate, the dehydroascorbate will do no harm. Since even at very high doses, ascorbate is virtually nontoxic, it may be given in the enormous doses necessary to quench almost all unwanted free radicals and oxidants. The wide spectrum of infectious diseases ameliorated by massive doses of ascorbate indicates some common pathologic processes in these diseases.


    January 25, 2020
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