CherryBerry C™ Discussion:
Our bodies cannot produce, nor does it store vitamin c, therefore we must get it from whole food sources on a daily basis. The body uses vitamin c for many things, including collagen synthesis, connective tissues, bones, teeth, small blood vessels, and many other things. Vitamin C is a water-soluble vitamin, meaning it dissolves easily and in our products, we utilize whole food sources that are naturally high in vitamin C content.
I wanted only the most respected compounds to synergize with my beloved, freshly squeezed pokeberries! They contain highly and widely antiviral and antibacterial compounds and are packed full of vitamin c! I use wildcrafted rosehips, honeysuckle flowers, Camu camu, elderberry, freeze-dried cherry extract, and schizandra berries. Many of those mentioned, are also popular for many different benefits.
The word “liposomal” is simply a fancy word used for the sonification or colloidal process. It is a word describing energetic applications intended to produce tiny bubbles that encapsulate the molecules. We call our solution colloidal, due to being a small company. Many argue on which energetic-encapsulation method may be best and no one has won the debate thus far. Each order is collided to order, to ensure all of the ultrasonic energy goes into that single bottle.
It is thick, densely red, and tastes delicious from the high content of pure berry juices that give it its unique flavor. Most all liposomal solutions are made with ascorbic acid powder and have an awful taste. This colloidal solution is having a long shelf life and tastes amazing!