Wild Force Herbal Vitamin C Ingredients
Gubinge (Kakadu Plum), Pine Needle, Acerola Berry, Indian Gooseberry (Amla), Sea Buckthorn, Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale), Rosehip, Guava, Lemon & Orange Peel And Pith
Gubinge (Kakadu Plum)
Although relatively unknown, Gubinge actually has the highest source of vitamin C in the world. Extremely rare, and only harvested by tribal natives in Northern Australia, this remarkable natural food source contains a huge 3,000mg of vitamin C for every 100g of fruit, that’s more than 50 times as much as you would find in an orange. If that’s not enough, Gubinge also contains ellagic acid, which is known to combat bacteria and fungus along with parasites and tumours, additionally it has some of the highest antioxidant levels ever to be identified in fruit. Due to its rare nature and the sourcing costs involved, you won’t find Gubinge in any other formula, so if you want the absolute best then you simply can’t beat Wild Force Vitamin C. To get your hands on the formula, you can buy it now through our 100% secure, simple and fast online ordering process.
Packed with more vitamin C than citrus, pine trees have the highest source of MSM, which is the organic sulphur needed to promote healthy skin collagen and arteries. They also contain pycnogenol, a bioflavonoid known to double blood vessel strength, improve joint flexibility and slow down the ageing process. Pine needles can even help combat respiratory infections such as bronchitis and pneumonia thanks to the natural and healthy turpentines they contain, and don’t forget, they’re also a fantastic source of protein and B vitamins!
This Caribbean fruit is one of the most reliable and concentrated natural sources of vitamin C. Just 100 grams of acerola berry contains 17,000 milligrams of vitamin C. With Wild Force Vitamin C, you’ll be getting acerola berry and all the goodness it contains such as niacin, potassium, pantothenic acid, B2 Riboflavin and B1 Thiamine. All of which means you’ll be digesting an extremely powerful antioxidant which will help promote anti-ageing and detoxing. Let’s not forget that the high amount of vitamin C acerola berry contains will also help you build much-needed collagen for your skin, liver, adrenal gland and connective tissue. As one of the very top herbs to help you stay young, acerola berry is also great if you live in a city, simply because it can help stave off stress and help you to relax.
Indian Gooseberry (Amla)
Another source rich in vitamin C and bioflavonoids is Indian gooseberry or amla. Every amla fruit has 700mg of vitamin C on board and it has become famous for its helpful properties which have been linked to anti-ageing and immune strengthening. It’s also used to help combat everything from anaemia and asthma, to bleeding gums, lung disease, yeast infections and more. If you’re a fan of sugar, then amla is for you because it not only protects your blood vessels from insulin damage, but it will also improve your body’s sensitivity to insulin. Put simply, amla is truly remarkable, and as a powerful antioxidant, it can help clean and strengthen your liver. Brimming with vitamins and minerals, a formula rich in amla such as Wild Force Vitamin C can have a seriously positive impact on your health. To get your hands on it, simply buy now, you can order simply and quickly online safe in the knowledge that everything is 100% secure.
Dubbed the ‘miracle berry’, sea buckthorn packs in an average content of 695mg of vitamin C per 100 grams. With 15 times more vitamin C than oranges, the fruit also has amino acids, vitamin E and dietary minerals. It’s also one of the only plants on land to contain palmitoleic acid, which is also known as Omega 7.
Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale)
Did you know that watercress actually contains more vitamin C than oranges, has more iron than you would find in spinach, has a greater calcium level than milk and even boasts more folic acid than a banana? This remarkable and powerful superfood has a high sulphur content, great for skin and complexion, and also contains phenylethyl isothiocyanate (PEITC), which can aid the blocking of the hypoxia inducible factor protein, which cancer needs in order to grow. Historically used to treat a huge range of infections, diseases and complaints ranging from tuberculosis, hot flashes, eczema, dermatitis, kidney and liver problems, eye diseases such as cataracts, bronchitis and much more, watercress can also boost your immune system and increase your energy. On top of all that, watercress is packed full of 15 essential minerals and vitamins, ranging from A and B-6, to biotin, vitamins C-E right through to zinc.
Although not exactly well-known, roses do actually produce fruit! Rose hips develop as the flowers of wild roses drop off and the resulting fruit has one of the most concentrated sources of vitamin C you can find anywhere. With 1,250mg of vitamin C for every 100 grams, rose hips certainly pack in the essential vitamins. That’s not all though, rose hips also contain large amounts of polyphenols, which have been known to contain essential nutrients such as bioflavonoids along with rutin and hesperidin. For such a small fruit, rose hips are truly remarkable, and have been used to help with constipation and to boost the immune system, they are also known to help promote a healthy bladder and arteries.
Wild Force Vitamin C also contains guavas, which themselves contain 628% of your daily vitamin C value in a single serving! Guavas are fantastic because they offer the rare benefit of containing carotenoids as well as polyphenols such as gallocatechin, leucocyanidin and more. Amongst plant foods, guavas have a high potential antioxidant value, making them extremely valuable if you’re looking to maintain good health.
Lemon & Orange Peel And Pith
To get the most out of vitamin C, you need bioflavonoids, and that’s where citrus peels can help. Peels such as lemon and orange, along with the pith are the best sources of bioflavonoids, and although each of the plants in the wild force vitamin C formula already have their own bioflavonoids built in, with the additional peels and pith, the power can be boosted even more. To ensure you’re getting the best sources of vitamin C on the planet, along with a huge range of additional health benefits, you can purchase the formula today through our 100% secure, fast and easy online ordering process.
How much vitamin C is in this formula?
A massive amount. With the highest source of vitamin C in the world (Gubinge) as part of the formula, you can be rest assured that you’ll be getting only the highest quality vitamin C the planet has to offer. With Gubinge boasting 3,000mg of vitamin C per 100 grams, it outperforms Camu Camu, which only has 2,500 and can be very unstable, meaning it quickly loses its value. With Wild Force Vitamin C, we’ve combined Gubinge with some of the best sources of vitamin C on the planet, resulting in a formula that offers 6,460mg of vitamin C per 100g! More than doubling the vitamin C in Gubinge alone! We’ve been able to create such high levels of vitamin C by mixing the ingredients together properly, allowing the plants to work together synergistically to create a healthy and remarkable final product.
Per 100g serving, Markus Wild Force Herbal Vitamin C has 6,460 mg of vitamin C! Gubinge Kakadu Plum (the highest source of vitamin C on the planet) has 3,000, Rose hip offers 2,000, Acerola has 1,677 and Guava has 228. It means that in one single tablespoon, Wild Force gives you 1,000mg worth of vitamin C. You simply cannot take too much vitamin C when it’s in a herbal state.
All the herbal formulas that Markus creates are non GMO, organic, sustainable and wildcrafted. The term ‘sustainably wildcrafted’ means they have been harvested from hand, far away from civilisation. We make sure to go out of our way to source only the most pristine, rare and purest herbs available, irrespective of the cost to us. Absolutely no herbs are imported from China and everything is assembled and packed in an approved facility.
Please note: You should not take Wild Force Herbal Vitamin C whilst pregnant or nursing. This is because the oils from the pine needles could stimulate uterine contractions, although the probability of that happening is relatively low. Small amounts of the formula can be tested on pets and children.