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Probably okay...: I don't believe if there is a study to confirm the potential interaction among these natural substances. So, use them in moderation, watch, and see. But remember: occasionally, some so-called natural products may secretly mix and adulterate some prescribed ingredients to pump up its claimed effects because such products are not fda-regulated. Best wish... ...Read more
No: "vitamin c with rose hips" is vitamin c manufactured from common chemicals like all other commercial vitamin c, with a tiny amount of pulp from dead roses added so that people will be willing to pay much more. If you are interested in supplements and vitamins, get with an ethical, evidence-based holistic practitioner; to lose weight, focus on aerobic fitness & sensible eating. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is vitamin C with rose hips really better than regular vitamin c? And is it possible to take too much vitamin c?
I take Chewable Vitamin C with Rose Hips 500mg tablets. Im assuming its 500mg a tablet? My main question is... Is it bad 2 take more than 2 at a time?
Vitamin C: Taking 1000mg will not be problematic relative to 500 mg but it would probably be more effective to take one 500mg tablet in the morning and the other at night. Your body's capacity for absorbing vitamin c is limited and once exceeded the balance is excreted and therefore wasted. Consider dosing twice a day rather all at once. ...Read more
Basic biology: Most fresh vegetables and fruits have vitamin c. Rose hips are pulped and added to synthetic vitamin c (manufactured from petroleum) in tiny amounts to give it glamour so the manufacturers can charge an inflated price. Bioflavonoinds are pigments found in plants and aren't going to harm you. You've been done a disservice by 'nutrition' sites; get with an evidenc-based physician / dietician. ...Read more
Want to have a miscarrage at home so want to buy a vitamin c pill withou biofalvinoids or rose hips ....can u name such brand in india??
Trying to miscarry?: Abortion medicine is by prescription, so a woman goes to her Ob-Gyn doctor (or a women's clinic) to be evaluated for it. Whether or not medicine can be used also depends on the age of the baby fetus (the number of weeks pregnant). The doctor will talk with the patient to be sure that the patient is making a good permanent decision, because abortion is a hard decision for any woman to make. ...Read more