I am definitely interested in your product, not for myself, but for those many persons who are allergic to corn products, especially to gene mutated corn which is becoming more and more of a problem.
I have the following questions?
1. What is your ascorbic acid derived from?
2. What is the container it is shipped in?
3. What amounts are available at what prices?
4. Are you aware that any ascorbate vitamin C does NOT take out toxic and other minerals, and is somewhat less effective in killing bacteria and virus cells?
I have a lengthy article on a four part therapy for Autism and other mental problems which uses ascorbic acid utilizes ascorbic acid to take out mercury and aluminum in particular for such cases. If your product is useful for the many allergic to corn, I will modify that article to include your product as an alternative at no cost to you. I have no corn problem, so am not interested for myself, but I try to give such information to my customers.
Thanks for your information.
Do you manufacture any ascorbic acid from non corn sources? I have found
> that many people cannot take vitamin C other than ascorbate forms, and when
> tested these people are actually allergic to the minute amounts of dextrose
> left in the Vitamin C.
> Many people experience stomach ache after taking ascorbic acid. This is
> ridiculous as the stomach acid is much stronger than the ascorbic acid. And
> in testin g some of thes (including my late wife, I found the "corn
> I would like to find a source to recommend people to in my weekly
> newsletter, as I advise high C doses for many uses.
> Phil Bate PhD - http://drbate.com
DSM Quali-C manufactured in Europe is guaranteed 100% corn free and free of GMOs. We believe it is the finest (purest) Vitamin C on the market, and our customers with various allergies report that, for the great majority, they are able to tolerate our vitamin C when they cannot most other brands.
If someone with an allergy tries our product, and has a reaction, we offer a full money back guarantee.
The only issue may be one that Carthcart discovered in his patients; leaching from the plastic jar to the large surface area of the vitamin powder. He recommended switching the powder to a dark glass jar, and storing in a cool dark place. (We cannot ship glass.) So for extra extra sensitive patients, this precaution seems sensible.
The issue of what the original source of the materials from which the vitamin is manufactured arises often, but is irrelevant in the case of Quali-C - since only the pure C6H8O6 molecule remains. I am sure DSM uses the most economical materials (has to compete with China giving away their products) but what matters is whether people have allergies. They don't to our product (but I predict sensitive people probably would to some high cost, low volume product, say made from sugar cane. The manufacturing process would likely be inferior. In other words, a marketing gimic.)
Now DSM may use sugar cane, I don't know, I don't really care, and it doesn't matter. Its not the initial ingredients, but the end-product that matters.
I am very interesting in your articles/technique to use vitamin C (ascorbic acid) to "take out" mercury and aluminum.