Thanks so much for this advice. I've been curious about liposomal vitamin c for quite a while now. Would love to make it myself, but been overwhelmed by the procedures people recommend. With the use of ultrasonic baths.
I'm keen to try out your approach, while referencing the site you linked.
I'm curious about looking up the other alcohol options also, that are mentioned on that, to see what is easiest to get (likely be ordering online, as keeping shopping to minimum during this lock down time).
I have been appreciating a lot the sharing from Dr Klinghardt recently. especially this interview regarding the corona virus:
We've been doing our best to see what we want to prioritise regarding supplements/herbs for prevention/cure of the virus, as well as immunity boosting in general.
You may find this interview interesting if you've not seen it already.
In it he talks about making a mixture of supplements/herbs (vit c, andrographis, licourice and few others).. and adding MicroPhos, as the phospholipids to make the concoction liposomal. I like this idea, as often take few supplements in a jar for the day... be nice to think of them being more easily absorbed.
But hesitancy around this approach is MicroPhos. Can only find in States, and seems quite expensive.
which brought me back to making liposomal Vit C itself. And maybe adding this to concoction with may help absorption of all in mix? it's all quite new stuff for me. but delighted to be more informed and confident on the potency of my supplements.
I do have many questions at the moment, so don't want to overwhelm you. May have deeper look on the forum today.. And also, likely buy jim humble's ebook, as been hesitant, and thought that 'the breakthrough' book would give me what i needed. but not sure if will.. so probably get it today.
Lastly around vitamin C. It seems like these are the two we're relying on mostly at present. MMS and vit c. We've been taking MMS before bed, and vit c during the day at different times... I'm sure these questions will be answered in jims book, but just wanted to put out there, as we're curious at very present measures, around the COVID-19 prevention/cure.
These graphs tell me that vitamin-C stays in the bloodstream longer than we have previously thought. Seems like we should separate vitamin-C and MMS intake by days, and not hours. Don't recall where these graphs came from or how the vitamin-C was administered.
I am working on another liposomal vitamin-C project and hope to post it later today.
great. thank you. nice to see the graph.
makes me think that could be good option to take mms first thing in morning, and it will do it's business in the hour... then after that vit c and other supplements/foods can be taken? it'd likely be 2-3 hours from the early morning mms dose..
the other option we've been doing is the MMS before bed.. with last food vit c etc. usually 4 hours or so before, and vit c dose even before that... but the graph seems to imply the vit c will still be in the blood for 12 hours+...
let me know if you have any strategies. we're pretty new to this set up, and very open to hear from those further along the path.
will check out your new Vit C post.
I have thought about using vitamin-C tablets (to make lipo-C) that have other ingredients, such as you describe. Some of those other ingredients would be okay to include in a lipo solution. But, I am not so sure about the ingredients used to make the tablet. Those would normally end up in stomach acid and pass through to the intestines if ingested as a tablet. If they are encapsulated in liposomes and pass into the bloodstream, is that okay? Maybe not.
I have kept Lipo-C in a fridge for weeks and have not noticed any degradation. Somewhere I read that it will keep for 2 years under the right conditions. Liquid Lipo-C is sold commercially, so it must sit on warehouse shelves for some time. Note that the alcohol used to make blender lipo-C will help preserve it.
LivOn Labs uses alcohol in their Lypo-Spheric™ Vitamin C product. If you go to their website today, you will read that they can't keep up with orders. Vitamin C is sold out in many stores. The last time I checked,
still had it in stock.
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