Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast

10 Vitamin C... Why everyone should be supplementing.

July 05, 2020 Christen Season 1 Episode 10
Twelve Stones Health & Wellness Podcast
10 Vitamin C... Why everyone should be supplementing.
Show Notes

Today, I am not talking about the vitamin C you get from eating an orange or an over the counter inexpensive bottle of vitamin C that has a citrus/tangy taste to it. Now, do not get me wrong, eating oranges is a great practice. You should be eating real food, and an orange is real food (not orange juice, an actual orange that you peel). The amount of vitamin C in an orange is good when you are healthy, but if you need to get rid of a disease, infection, or illness, you need massive amounts of vitamin C, and high quality vitamin C is often not found in over the counter supplements.

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Essential Oils

  • Oregano
  • Contact me on how to find the essential oil blend for supporting immune system health we discussed today.
  • Contact me on how to find the internal natural essential oil antibiotic we discussed today.


  • Nutribiotic Sodium Ascorbate Powder
  • Ascorbic Acid Powder
  • Liposomal Vitamin C is incredibly concentrated and helps you get the maximum amount of vitamin C available in a supplement.
  • Contact me on how to find the high antioxidant drink made out of wolfberries we discussed today. The wolfberry contains an Oxygen Radical Absorbance Capacity (ORAC) value of over 30,000, making it incredibly beneficial for flushing out those nasty free radicals that cause illness.
  • Super C supplement that contains 2,166% of the recommended dietary intake of vitamin C per serving, and is also fortified with rutin, citrus bioflavonoids, and minerals to balance electrolytes and enhance the effectiveness and absorption of vitamin C. The essential oils that are added may also increase bioflavonoid activity.
  • Contact me about a Super C Chewable that contains Vitamin C from camu camu, acerola cherry, and rose hip. My research has found that the essential oils and bioflavonoids in it really provide a synergistic boost, making lower doses more effective. 
  • Contact me about the natural internal antibiotic I referenced. This supplement makes the terrain for yeast/fungus unfriendly. It promotes healthy respiratory function and reinforces your body’s defenses. It contains oils such as oregano; thyme; and other essential oils that are high in thymol, carvacrol, and eugenol for incredible immune system support.


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