- Is it ok to take double dose of Vitamin C when feeling sick?
- Can Ascorbic Acid (Cecon) be given to kids?
- Is Vitamin C safe for pregnant women/lactating mothers?
- Can I take Ascorbic Acid (Cecon) while taking other medications?
- Is eating fruits like oranges everyday enough for my Vitamin C requirement?
- Can Vitamin C and Zinc be taken together?
- What are the benefits of Vitamin C?
- What is the maximum level of Vitamin C that can be taken daily?
- How much Vitamin C should I take?
- What is the difference between Ascorbic Acid and Sodium Ascorbate?
- Can Ascorbic Acid (Cecon) be taken daily?
Reference: Cecon Patient Information Leaflet
These are the medications which should be taken with caution when taking Vitamin C supplements: Aluminum carbonate, Aluminum hydroxide, Aluminum phosphate, Amygdalin, Cyanocobalamin, Deferoxamine, Dihydroxyaluminum aminoacetate , Dihydroxyaluminum sodium carbonate, lndinavir, Magaldrate.
Cecon Patient Information Leaflet
- Helps strengthen the immune system
- Helps in the absorption of iron
- Stimulates collagen synthesis
- Acts as an antioxidant
- Helps in wound healing and the regeneration process
Based on FDA-approved consumerized claims
Both forms are good sources of antioxidants, and they help boost your immune health. However, since Ascorbic Acid is an organic acid, it can increase the pH levels in your stomach and may trigger hyperacidity for those who are suffering from it.
On the other hand, Sodium Ascorbate may increase the sodium levels of patients with hypertension, diabetes, and kidney disease.