To Caralyn Vessal, finding the right vitamin C for her ill mother became a personal quest. Battling a life-threatening illness, her mom was suffering some of the side effects of conventional cancer therapy. Feeling that her mother could benefit from vitamin C, she tried to find something that was easy to take, sugar-free and come in a high dose. She quickly discovered that this wasn’t so simple a task. In fact, she says, there didn’t seem to be anything like that on the market.

But necessity is the mother of invention and Vessal decided to take matters into her own hands and create a superior vitamin C product that would provide all of the elements that she considered important. This meant that it had to be sugar-free, contain a high dose per serving, be free from GMO ingredients, and taste great when mixed with water.

The result was Sufficent-C®, a high-dose, lemon peach immune-aid drink mix. Two scoops mixed with water provides 4,000 mg of vitamin C along generous amounts of L-lysine, bromelain and 94% pure green tea extract. Unlike other products that result in particles floating around, Sufficent-C®, is completely water soluble and uses organic stevia as the sweetener.

Many consider vitamin C to be foundational to immune health as it may make one less susceptible to viruses and bacteria and possibly act as a natural antibiotic.

Medical science is taking notice with some physicians incorporating Sufficent-C® into their practices as well as the prestigious, nutritional-based Riordan Clinic in Kansas.

Sufficent-C® is available in various sizes with quantity discounts available on Amazon.com and from the creator on their website.