Covid-19

Sahara Response to Covid-19: Free Vitamin C

The events that are happening all over the world are impossible to ignore. The Coronavirus has impacted us all, some much more than others. Whether a job was lost, a loved one is in the hospital, or you are confined to your home, we all have to operate in the best interest of the collective in order to get back to our normal lives.

We here at Noor have decided to play our part and respond to Covid-19 with Free Vitamin C for families worldwide. We understand that the only way to beat this thing is not only to stay home and decrease the chances of infection but also to build immunity and keep the body strong in times like these.

 

What Is Noor Providing?

Noor is giving away 2 free bottles of Vitamin C per household, all you have to do is pay for shipping and handling.

Our vitamin C comes in a tasty orange-flavored chewable tablet. Each 500mg tablet is infused with antioxidant-rich acerola cherry, lemon, and rosehips for added nutrition and taste. Our vitamin C is non-toxic and safe for children. All you need is one tablet a day, up to 4 times a day as needed.

This product does not have to be purchased with anything else on the site, although it is possible to tag on additional orders to qualify for free vitamin C with free shipping on any order of $20 or more. Anyone can take advantage of this opportunity while supplies last as it is an initiative that we here at Noor want to make a global impact with, which is why we will be shipping worldwide!

 

What Is Vitamin C?

Vitamin C (also called ascorbic acid) is a vital essential nutrient. It must be obtained through the diet and is found in the highest amounts in raw fruits and vegetables.

Vitamin C is commonly known for its antioxidant properties, collagen formation, and its ability to boost the immune system. Best food sources include citrus fruits like oranges, lemons, tangerines, and grapefruits.

 

How Does Vitamin C Help To Boost The Immune System?

Vitamin C contains antioxidant properties that help prevent free radical damage, as it works to inhibit and treat cellular injury, infection, and disease. Vitamin C also activates neutrophils, the most important group of white blood cells that work on our body’s’ front line of defense. It’s involved in the production of lymphocytes, another group of white blood cells that are involved in antibody production and coordinating cellular immune functions.

In this way, vitamin C’s positive immunological response helps fight against bacterial, viral, and fungal infections.  Great for the common colds, flu, viruses, and strengthening the immune system to work as a preventative measure against the Coronavirus.

 

How Often Should You Take Vitamin C?

Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin that deems it a nontoxic vitamin and safe to take every day. Water solubility means that excess amounts are not stored in the body, but rather excreted through urine. It is a natural laxative and taking too much vitamin C will result in diarrhea, this response is a good way to gauge how much vitamin C your body can tolerate.

Recommended daily allowances (RDA) can vary between different age groups and dosages will need to be increased if stress, infection or disease is present. A general dosage, under normal circumstances, is 100mg – 500mg. It is impossible to overdose on vitamin C because as mentioned above, it is a water-soluble vitamin. Do not take vitamin C on an empty as it can cause mild discomfort for some people.

 

We here at Noor are not only proud but honored to provide free vitamin C in our fight against the Coronavirus. We all pray to get back to our normal lives, spend time with family outside of our own homes again, get back to our jobs, and enjoy the things we once took for granted. We have all been impacted by these unfortunate events yet we can all play our part in eliminating this life-threatening virus. Get your bottle of vitamin C now, and join us in building a stronger and healthier community.

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