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Virginia (verified purchase) – March 7, 2017
Really enjoy this C! I use it mostly for treating my Lyme Disease, to keep me regular, detox more efficiently, and for allergy relief. So hard to find a Vitamin C, that doesn’t contain any corn any other form of gluten.
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Amber (verified purchase) – September 20, 2017
I love this product and it has helped me in so many ways. It helped me to overcome inflammation and IBS and was a key factor in the healing of my Lyme disease. I HIGHLY recommend this product!
Karen (verified purchase) – October 9, 2017
I love this vitamin C! The best I have used & see the detox working. Thank you for the great product!
Lois (verified purchase) – October 10, 2017
Amazing product!! I love knowing it is Gluten Free and safe for me to use! It has helped me with my immune system and so much more!! I highly recommend this product!
Kevin Dam (verified purchase) – October 31, 2017
A very Good product for detoxing ! Highly recomment to any one with poor BMs !
esther – November 7, 2017
I have purchased the detox vitamin c product. can you tell me how it works?
Olivia – January 11, 2018
This is an excellent vitamin C product. I am histamine intolerant and vitamin C is hard to tolerate as they are corn or citrus derived. I’ve reacted to all other vitamin C products except this one which is potato derived. Thank you so much for making this wonderful product!
daniel – September 6, 2018
i have found it very good for muscle pain and joint pain
Edit Marton (verified purchase) – November 27, 2018
Gluten Free Society’s supplements are very powerfull and impove your health. My cousins tried too and they also feel the power of this detox C.
Deah – April 14, 2019
Is this product dairy, soy, and corn free? Also, I read in the comments that it is derived from potatoes. Is that true? I also generally stay away from white potatoes because they seem to give me body pain. Thank you for your help!
Peter Osborne – April 15, 2019
This product is derived from a wild African potato. Not the same as white potatoes.
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