I did a forum search for this but I couldn't find any answers, and general google searching is confusing me. I have access to injectable ascorbic acid, but I have read conflicting things. A lot of websites say that it's synthetic vitamin C and harmful to the body because it's not in "complex form'. The rationale is that because AC is just the envelope, the body ends up using its stores of the other components in order to utilize it. Can anyone shed some light on this for me? There are a whole range of supplements out there for "C Complex" in addition to all the regular ones which are just ascorbic acid. I have serious chronic health difficulties and I feel that vitamin C could help me in high doses, but my bowels have zero tolerance which is why I am going with injections. However I don't want to harm myself if AC is somehow not good enough on its own? Thank you!