Vitamin C, also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is naturally present in some foods, added to others, and available as a dietary supplement. Humans, unlike most animals, are unable to synthesize vitamin C endogenously, so it is an essential dietary component
Vitamin C is famous as a home remedy for the common cold. It is very important for the growth and repair of tissues in the body, and it is also rich with antioxidants which help against free radical damage.
Vitamin C can not be manufactured in the body, it has to come from outside source and as well cannot be stored in the body.So the only way to get proper amounts of vitamin C is through food and supplements.But as you know many supplements are genetically modified.
Homemade vitamin C provides live enzymes, and allows 100% assimilation in your body. Do not bother with dosage labels or FDA approval. Citrus peel is the only thing you need!
In citrus, there are different types of flavonoids, a compound that exhibits antioxidant properties in the human body. Naringin, a powerful antioxidant, is a flavonoid found in the peels of grapefruit, mandarin, and lemons. Several studies have indicated that naringin is so powerful that it may reduce radiation-induced damage to cells.
Hesperidin is another flavonoid. It is concentrated in the white inner layer of oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruits.
Studies have shown that hesperidin reduces the proliferation of cancer cells, induces programmed cell death, and plays an important role in helping those with hypoglycemia.
This is how you can make your own Vitamin C Supplement:
Make sure you buy organic citrus fruits. Eat the fruit and save the peels to make your own dried citrus powder.
Follow these steps how to make your own Vitamin C:
1. Save your peels and spread them on a dehydrator tray.
2.Dehydrate the pills at 100 °F for 24 hours, or until they are dry and crispy.
3.Grind the peels in a blender of your choice until they are as fine or coarse as you want.
4. Put the powder in an airtight container and keep it in a cool place.
Comparing the fruit and the peel, the citrus peels have much more vitamins and minerals. A tablespoon of lemon peel has two times more vitamin C and three times more fiber than a lemon wedge.
You should consume one spoonful of vitamin C every day. You can add it into smoothies, soups, salads, juices, or raw desserts. Now that you know how to make Vitamin C, you can use this immune boosting remedy any time of year!
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