Vitamin C Effervescent Tablet 500mg

  • Strong antioxidant
  • Strengthen the immune system
  • Reducing the duration of colds
  • Improving hair growth, nail strength, skin health and wound healing
  • Increasing the absorption of iron in the body and preventing anemia caused by iron deficiency
  • Reduce fatigue

Product Specifications

Product TypeEffervescent Tablet
Number in Package20 Number
Product Registration Code6262094900893
Gender ConsumptionGeneral
GroupSkin and Hair Strengthening the immune system and antioxidants Detox
Type of EnclosureTube
Manufacturing CountryIran
ManufacturerPerarin Pars

Practical Information

CharacteristicContains 500mg of Vitamin C
Method of Use
Dissolve 1 tablet daily for adults in a glass of water and drink. Do not take more than the recommended amount without consulting your doctor.
IndicationsStrong antioxidant Strengthen the immune system Reducing the duration of colds Improving hair growth, nail strength, skin health and wound healing Increasing the absorption of iron in the body and preventing anemia caused by iron deficiency Reduce fatigue
Consumption WarningThis product is a nutritional supplement, it is not for diagnosis, prevention or treatment of disease. The use of this product in children, as well as during pregnancy and breastfeeding, as well as people who use blood thinners, should be avoided without consulting a doctor.
DescriptionVitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that also plays a role in protein metabolism and is needed to make collagen (one of the basic components of connective tissue), L-carnitine, and certain neurotransmitters. Vitamin C helps regenerate other antioxidants such as alpha-tocopherol (vitamin E) and by limiting the damaging effects of free radicals, it can prevent some cancers, cardiovascular diseases, age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, shorten the duration of colds, and other diseases. that oxidative stress plays a role in them. In addition to biosynthesis and antioxidant functions, vitamin C plays an important role in the functioning of the body's immune system and improves the absorption of non-heme iron in food. On the other hand, this vitamin causes the conversion of cholesterol into bile acids. The maximum allowable intake for adults is 2000 mg, and taking vitamin C higher than this amount in the long term can endanger health. Excessive intake of vitamin C is associated with increased excretion of oxalate and uric acid, which can cause stone formation in people prone to kidney stones, and can cause tissue damage in people with hereditary hemochromatosis by increasing iron absorption.


TitleVitamin C (as Ascorbic Acid)
The Amount of500mg
Daily Requirement625%


What is effervescent vitamin C tablet?

 Effervescent vitamin C tablet is a type of food supplement that contains vitamin C (ascorbic acid). Vitamin C is a strong antioxidant that plays a role in the growth and repair of body tissues and is also useful in strengthening the immune system.

What are the benefits of effervescent vitamin C pills?

 Boosting the immune system Stimulating collagen production and maintaining healthy skin and hair Reducing the duration of colds Reducing the incidence of chronic diseases such as cardiovascular diseases Has antioxidant properties to maintain the health of body cells against oxidative stress damage Help increase iron absorption in the body and prevent anemia caused by iron deficiency Reduce fatigue

How should effervescent vitamin C tablets be taken?

The best time to take vitamin C is on an empty stomach. Because this vitamin is water-soluble, it does not require fat for absorption, meaning maximum absorption occurs when there is no competition. Take your vitamin C first thing in the morning before you eat or at least 30 minutes before you eat.

Is taking too much vitamin C effervescent tablets harmful to the body?

Excessive consumption of vitamin C can cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, heartburn, cramps or flatulence. On the other hand, excessive consumption of vitamin C may cause the 

Is taking effervescent vitamin C tablets useful for everyone?

Yes, effervescent vitamin C tablets are useful for everyone. However, for people who are using this type of supplement for the first time, it is better to consult their doctor. Also, people with a history of kidney disease or diseases related to blood pressure need special medical advice.

Is vitamin C effervescent tablet useful for skin and hair?

Yes, vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that can protect the skin from oxidative damage. Also, vitamin C is useful in collagen production, reducing skin aging and improving skin color and softness. On the other hand, hair is made of keratin protein and grows permanently from the root side which is inside the follicle. Vitamin C gives hair follicles the collagen they need to continue growing.

Can effervescent vitamin C pills interact with other medications?

 Yes, the use of effervescent vitamin C tablets may interact with some medications. For example, taking vitamin C effervescent tablets at the same time as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and drugs used to lower blood pressure may interact, such that high doses of vitamin C may reduce the effectiveness of warfarin and aspirin. Taking vitamin C can increase the absorption of aluminum from aluminum-containing medications, such as phosphate binders. It can be harmful for people with kidney problems. There is concern that the use of antioxidants, such as vitamin C, during chemotherapy may reduce the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs. Therefore, before taking effervescent vitamin C tablets, it is better to consult your doctor about simultaneous use with other drugs.

What is the daily intake of effervescent vitamin C tablets?

The recommended daily allowance for vitamin C is 75 mg for women and 90 mg for men. It is recommended to take 120 mg of this vitamin per day during pregnancy. Children 1 to 3 years old need 15 mg of vitamin C per day and older children 4 to 8 years old need 25 mg per day.

Is it permissible to take effervescent vitamin C tablets during pregnancy and breastfeeding?

Taking vitamin C during pregnancy and breastfeeding is safe and essential for both the expectant mother and the developing fetus. If you’re pregnant, eat a healthy, balanced diet, and take prenatal vitamins, you’re probably getting all your daily vitamin C needs. . However, before taking any supplement or medication, it is best to consult your doctor about its use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.

Is taking too much vitamin C effervescent tablets harmful?

 Taking too much vitamin C effervescent tablets may cause side effects. Taking more than 2,000 mg of vitamin C per day can cause severe digestive problems, loss of lens clarity, reduced copper absorption, impaired vitamin B12 absorption, increased blood pressure, and interactions with some medications. Therefore, it is better to stick to the dosage prescribed by your doctor. In some people, oral vitamin C supplements can cause kidney stones, especially when taken in high doses.

Is taking effervescent vitamin C tablets suitable for all people?

Vitamin C effervescent tablets may be helpful for most people, however, it is best to consult your doctor for those taking this type of supplement for the first time. On the other hand, it may not be suitable for some people with special conditions. For example, people with kidney disease should consult their doctor about the dosage. Also, people who are allergic to vitamin C should not take this pill.

Is effervescent vitamin C tablet effective as a treatment for facial acne?

Since vitamin C is anti-inflammatory, it may help reduce redness and swelling associated with acne when applied topically. Therefore, it may improve the appearance of acne lesions. The effectiveness of this vitamin along with zinc is more effective in helping to treat pimples and acne.

What is the effect of vitamin C on blood pressure?

Vitamin C may act as a diuretic, causing the kidneys to excrete more sodium and water, which helps relax the walls of blood vessels, thereby lowering blood pressure.

Can people with type 2 diabetes take vitamin C?

 Studies have shown that daily consumption of 1000 mg of vitamin C causes a significant decrease in fasting blood sugar, triglycerides, LDL, HbA1c and serum insulin in people with type 2 diabetes.