Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid), also known as L-ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin.
Vitamin C in food is absorbed by the upper part of the human small intestine. Once absorbed, it is distributed to all water-soluble structures in the body. There is about 1500 mg of vitamin C in the vitamin C metabolic active pool in normal adults, and the maximum storage peak is 3000 mg of vitamin C.
Under normal circumstances, most of vitamin C is metabolized in the body into oxalic acid or combined with acid to generate ascorbic acid-2-sulfuric acid and is excreted from the urine; another part can be excreted directly from the urine.
1.Food Grade: As antioxidant and food nutrition enhancer, Vitamin C is used in flour product, beer, candy, jam, can, drink, dairy products
2.Medicine Grade: Vitamin medicines, prevent scurvy, and a various of drugs for acute or chronic infectious diseases, purpura, dental caries, gingival abscess, anemia
3.Cosmetic Material: Vitamin C can promote collagen formation, its antioxidation, can restrain pigment spots