Citric Acid, 4 oz.
- 4 ounce bag
- For use in candy or bread making
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With s/h it wasn't cheaper and didn't do a better job of preserving the juices for storage in the frig. And it had a much more bitter after taste than "Fruit Fresh" I still have most of the bottle left
So I don't think I'll buy this again.
The above therapy builds collagen, which helps heal blood vessel walls and lower Lp(a). This is based on research by Doctors Rath and Pauling.
The Rath/Pauling recommended dosages to help cardiovascular disease is as follows:
Vitamin C - 3 grams Vitamin C (3000 mg) - can be taken in citric acid form
Lysine - 3 grams (3000 mg) - also called L-Lysine
Proline - .5 grams (500 mg) - also called L-Proline
High Risk Therapeutic (close family member had heart attack or stroke):
Vitamin C - 6 grams (6000 mg)
Lysine - 6 grams (6000 mg)
Proline - 1 gram (1000 mg)
Serious Therapeutic (you have had a heart attack or stroke):
Vitamin C - 9 grams (9000 mg)
Lysine - 9 grams (9000 mg)
Proline - 1.5 grams (1500 mg)
You can toss cut fruit slices with lemon or orange juice to prevent discoloration during drying, but "citrus" and "citric acid" are not quite the same thing! What I actually needed was a product containing ascorbic acid. A good one is Ball® Fruit-Fresh Produce Protector, which you can find in grocery stores (in the canning aisle), or at Amazon.
As I learned from Wikipedia, citric acid is used to flavor or preserve foods and beverages, to stand in for lemon juice in recipes, to soften water, to make fizzy bath bombs, and to remove lime scale, among other things. I'll probably use my citric acid to make lemonade: you can dissolve it in cold water and add sugar to taste.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product could be good, I don't know but the picture is deceiving you only get 4 ounces where for a couple of bucks more you can get 2 pounds for another seller.Published 1 month ago by Joseph M
Great product, great value! This tastes like all the other citric acid brands that I have purchased before. It has a nice powdery texture and isn't clumpy. I'll purchase agin!Published 2 months ago by Chris A.
small amount! I should have read the amount (which sometimes I forget), but I was shocked to see how little goes a long way! I use it in the washing machine and it does the job.Published 3 months ago by Beth
I had used this product for my homemade cupcake bath bombs and it fizzed when I dropped one into the water. No skin irritation or anything! Works great! Will order some more soon.Published 6 months ago by Ms. Vee
really good product but you can get so much more for so much less moneyPublished 8 months ago by Greg B