Vitamin C effervescent tablets are medicines made of Super Vitamin C Tablets, citric acid, sodium bicarbonate, glucose and other substances. Many people take vitamin C effervescent tablets as a daily nutritional supplement or a medicine to relieve fatigue. It is very convenient and popular with everyone. Vitamin C has the following functions to the human body:
Vitamin C can prevent colds and cure colds. In cold seasons, taking about 1g of vitamin C daily can prevent colds. Regarding its effect in treating colds, in addition to reducing symptoms, it can also shorten the course of the disease and achieve speedy recovery. The earlier the medication, the better the effect.
Chewable Vitamin C can improve the bactericidal and antiviral ability of neutrophils and lymphocytes. White blood cells are rich in vitamin C. When the body is infected, the VC in the white blood cells decreases sharply. VC can enhance the chemotaxis and deformability of neutrophils, and improve the bactericidal ability. Long-term use can improve immunity for the elderly.
In addition, vitamin C also participates in redox reactions and promotes tissue repair.
Vitamin C Effervescent Tablets
Since vitamin C has so many effects, what aspects should we pay attention to when taking it?
When Vitamin C Effervescent Tablets are added to water, citric acid reacts with sodium bicarbonate to release carbon dioxide, so many bubbles will emerge from the water. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, which is unstable in nature, easily oxidized and deteriorated and decomposes ineffective. If you use 100 ℃ boiling water to drink a beverage containing vitamin C, the content of vitamin C will be low. Therefore, the correct method is to brew with warm water at 40°C so that vitamin C will not be destroyed.
Some people often use tea or beverages to make effervescent tablets, which is bad for health. Because the commonly used effervescent disintegrant is composed of sodium bicarbonate and citric acid, and theophylline and other ingredients contained in the tea water will chemically react with vitamin C or the disintegrant. Beverages generally contain sodium benzoate, which also reacts with vitamin C to produce harmful substances: benzene.
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