Skip to product information
1 of 1

Tiara Wellness

Vitamin C Powder (HIGH DOSE)- BioAvailable

Vitamin C Powder (HIGH DOSE)- BioAvailable

Regular price $19.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $19.99 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

One month supply contains a little over 30 servings and weighs approximately 2.3oz

6 month supply contains 13oz of vitamin C power (Over 250$ value!!)- You get a one month supply for FREE and a DEEP discount!

2 week supply contains over 15 servings and weighs 1.3oz

Here at 29:11 Wellness we believe in the healing power of God Almighty. He truly did give us everything we need to heal and thrive! Our vitamin C Power contains wild crafted Australian Kakadu plum, which is the HIGHEST known source of Vitamin C in the WORLD. More than 2x the vitamin C content of Camu Camu powder!

Wild crafted Kakadu Plum: Australia is home to one of the most potent vitamin C foods known as the Kakadu plum. How much vitamin C does this superfruit contain? According to the Australian Government’s Rural Industries Research and Development Corp., the Kakadu plum has the “highest recorded level of natural vitamin C content of any plant in the world — more than 100 times that of oranges.” (1) Also called the gubinge or the billy goat plum, the kakadu plum is a flowering plant that’s more related to the almond than the plum. Unlike most fruits, the kakadu plum stays on the plant after ripening.

This delightful plum is similar to the size of an olive or cherry with a hard, woody seed that’s covered by a layer of edible fruit. It’s typically harvested in early March through June, depending on the monsoon season, and is most popular in jams, preserves, sauces, chutneys and juices, and is even used to flavor ice cream. However, it’s often found as a concentrate, much like you find acerola cherry, rose hips and black currant extracts, and as a powder supplement, packing anywhere from 150—450 milligrams of vitamin C per gram. That’s a lot of vitamin C, making it a true nutritional powerhouse. Source:

Camu Camu: Camu camu is a shrub that grows along water in the Amazon rain forests of South America, particularly Peru. It’s been used to enhance eye health as well as to help with low energy and gum and teeth problems.

And of course, people eat the tart fruit as food.

In the U.S., camu camu is sold in the form of a powder, since the fragile fruit doesn’t ship well, and used as a nutritional supplement. Camu camu powder has an incredibly high vitamin C content. Only rivaled by Kakadu plum! In fact, one teaspoon of this camu camu powder contains over 600 mg of vitamin C! This is over 1000% of the RDA of this vitamin. Source:

Acerola Cherry: It’s a well-known fact that the acerola cherry has a very high vitamin C content. But is there really a difference between acerola vitamin C and the vitamin C that we get from other sources?

The answer: yes.

The acerola cherry is one of the fruits that contains over 150 phytonutrients. Also, it has the highest vitamin C content. And unlike other foods with vitamin C, this superfood is different because it has the complete vitamin C complex.

This means it has bioflavonoids, tyrosinase, rutin, ascorbinogen, and other factors.

As much as 4 percent of the cherry’s weight is ascorbic acid. This roughly translates to around more than 1,600 mg of vitamin C per 100 grams of raw acerola. This concentration obviously exceeds other fruits, like oranges, kiwi, lemon, strawberry, and papaya.

According to Rami Nagel, author of Cure Tooth Decay, “Dentist Royal Lee believed that vitamin C is the most important of the vitamins, and is the most difficult to get. It is oxidized so easily that it disappears in storage of citrus fruits and vegetables.

“Humans do not have the ability to make ascorbic acid and must obtain vitamin C from their diet. Vitamin C is thus considered an essential dietary component, it protects against damage caused by free radicals, and is essential for the body to have to make collagen—the flexible protein found in cartilage, tendons, bone, and skin.”

Well then, good thing acerola vitamin C content ensures you’re getting the most vitamin C that you need in order for your body to function well.

Consuming the immature acerola cherry ensures you’re getting the highest concentration of vitamin C. This fruit shows a green color. As it matures to its known reddish color, the vitamin C content decreases. However, the positive effect is the total antioxidant capacity increases almost double. Source:

View full details