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How to Do a Vitamin C Flush

A vitamin C flush refers to the process of increasing your intake of ascorbic acid until your body flushes out the toxins via your stool. It is a means of determining your daily requirement of vitamin C and the dosage of ascorbic acid supplements you need to take. This is important because vitamin C is neither produced nor stored in humans. For an effective vitamin C flush, use L-ascorbate instead of D- or DL-ascorbate, as the D-form of vitamin C is not absorbed in humans. Effective flush and compliance is found with L-ascorbate buffered, per gram, with the following minerals: 66 mg of potassium, 27 mg of calcium, 11 mg of magnesium and 400 mcg of zinc.

Start your vitamin C flush first thing in the morning and on an empty stomach.

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Add ½ tsp. of fully reduced, buffered mineral L-ascorbate powder to a cup containing 2 oz. of water. Write down the dosage of the vitamin C as 1.5 mg. Allow two minutes for the effervescence to stop and the vitamin to fully dissolve.

Drink the dissolved vitamin. Wait for 15 minutes.

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Repeat Steps 2 and 3 until you are pressed to go to the toilet and pass out a watery stool.

The Wrap Up

A vitamin C flush refers to the process of increasing your intake of ascorbic acid until your body flushes out the toxins via your stool. Allow two minutes for the effervescence to stop and the vitamin to fully dissolve.

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