Make Your Own Liposomal Vitamin C - 5X Better Absorption (Home Recipe)

Claims to be 5 times better absorbed than IV-grade Vitamin C

Made with inexpensive materials you can find at Whole foods and Wal-Mart.

Similar energy boosting effects to Bulletproof Coffee? Similar making routine?

 


Youtube:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1cBp879mfgI


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  • edited January 2014

    Strong Enough WHY: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kSoGhSvJqQI

    I've been procrastinating on this for a while, because it was a hassle to gather the materials. I kept saying, "someday." I am now amazoning the parts and ingredients. This will be just as essential as bulletproof coffee and more storable.
     You can make one batch a week.


     


    Benefits/Why:


     


    -Protect radiation damage


    -glutathione substitute


    -Linus Pauling endorsement


    -biohack: better energy and emotions for goal achieving


    -become an "alpha male" even more


    -bioavailable


    -athletic energy


    -emotional abundance


    -grandaddy of antioxidants


    -builds collagen: skin and joints


    -brain functioning


    -watch the video

  • StevoStevo Upgrade in Progress
    It doesn't seem to be a very clean facility. How does he make sure he isn't encapsulating other stuff: dust, residue from the equipment, crap in the water? The liposomes will carry it all into the blood!
  • I THOUGHT IT WAS LIVER


  • Not 5 x greater than IV.


    IV vitamin C absorbtion rate is around 90%. Liposomal is around 93% (based on a verge seen in research).


    However this does depend on particle size of the liposomes.


    Regarding dust. Generally not a problem as needs to be water soluble. However I do recomend a sterile environment.
  • I also recommend using organic sunflower lecithin over the soy version.
  • Hi outcomecarefree,


     


    Have you tried this yourself?


  • yes,



    How about using rosehip powder , i heard its better than using ascorbic acid because of the whole c complex vs isolated extract. Will that have the dust problem?


  • RekaReka ✭✭✭

    How are you supposed to cap it? Do you have to? Or can you just eat it with a spoon?


    It doesn't get easier... It's you who gets better.

     

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  • edited February 2014


    yes,


    How about using rosehip powder , i heard its better than using ascorbic acid because of the whole c complex vs isolated extract. Will that have the dust problem?




     


     


    'C Complex' is marketing nonsense, there is no such thing.


     


    And you certainly shouldn't be putting Ascorbic Acid into your liposomes.  It's very acidic.  Use Sodium Ascorbate, its pH matches that of your blood and cells.


     


    Also, don't go putting your mix directly into the stainless steel tank of you ultrasonic cleaner.  Use a glass beaker inside like the pros do.  Less poisons to contend with and much easier to clean.  And it doesn't matter what the ultrasonic cleaner had in it before ...  put the beaker inside of the cleaner's basket and fill the tank with water to its suggested level.


  • SindreSindre
    edited February 2014

    I use Empirical Lab's Liposomal Vitamin C.


    It's great! highly recommend it. I feel a tremendous difference from magnesium ascorbate (which are also good).


  • Although not directly on topic, I’m trying to get word out about a new process to make significantly higher potency liposomal vitamin C. I’m selling nothing (there are not even ads on the site), I simply want to help people make better liposomal vitamin C. 

     


     

    Thanks!

     

    Chris

  • edited April 2014


    'C Complex' is marketing nonsense, there is no such thing.


     


    And you certainly shouldn't be putting Ascorbic Acid into your liposomes.  It's very acidic.  Use Sodium Ascorbate, its pH matches that of your blood and cells.


     


    Also, don't go putting your mix directly into the stainless steel tank of you ultrasonic cleaner.  Use a glass beaker inside like the pros do.  Less poisons to contend with and much easier to clean.  And it doesn't matter what the ultrasonic cleaner had in it before ...  put the beaker inside of the cleaner's basket and fill the tank with water to its suggested level.






     


    I have been using Ascorbic Acid when making Lipo-C. Most of it seems to get "encased" in the lecithin, I think. You can add Baking Soda to the final mix to bring the acidity down.


     


    I agree about the glass beaker in the UC. I use two 600ml in the larger Harbour Freight unit. Also tune the UC and beakers. You can do this by creating a plastic cover with holes for the beakers and foam to allow you to adjust the height of the beakers in the UC. This well greatly increase the UC action.


  • edited April 2014

    Also interested in doing this with Glutathione


  • edited May 2015

    Hello Chris, so you are the "Chris" who created the website with all the information about making ones own highest quality liposomal vitamin c! I searched for you on the Internet since you don't leave any contact details. I just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for what you did! I followed your recipe strictly and started using the liposomal vitamin c. Absolutely amazing! Within less than a week my quite heavy allergy against cat hair (or was it cat saliva?) was totally gone! I never felt so good as on that liposomal vitamin c! 


    One of my main concerns in life is to help people, especially with health issues, using natural methods. Liposomal vitamin c makes this possible in a way i never thought possible! And it's not expensive, no buying of expensive network marketed products - just do-it-yourself at home! I gave now some of it to someone I know who was just diagnosed with motor neuron disease. He clearly improved too! Thank you so much!!!


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