The positive effect of vitamin C on the immune system is particularly well known: the body needs the vitamin for a strong immune system.
Ascorbic acid also promotes the absorption and utilization of iron from plant foods. It is needed to produce bile acids and catecholamines such as norepinephrine and epinephrine. In addition, vitamin C intercepts cell-damaging oxygen compounds in the body – so-called “free radicals”, which are produced during normal metabolic processes, but also by UV radiation, nicotine and drugs.
Ascorbic acid can also prevent the formation of cancer-causing nitrosamines. Nitrosamines can be formed during digestion, for example, and are also present in some foods (e.g., cured meats and sausages).
Furthermore, vitamin C is important for building connective tissue (collagen) and for wound healing.
The chip contains frequencies and information that are intended to support the absorption, utilization and effectiveness of vitamin C.