I have been wanting to make my own Liposomal Vitamin C ever since I needed to purchased a box online and was shocked at the cost.
You’ll more than pay for a quality ultrasonic cleaner with your savings if you make liposomal C twice — and it’s quite easy!
I researched how Dr. Suzanne Humphries recommends liposomal Vit. C for whooping cough in babies to effectively treat them at home – keeping them out of the hospital.
We must take charge of our own health and healing now more than ever. God gave us so many really amazing gifts if we only understand and use them.
You can effectively create liposomal encapsulation technology right in your own kitchen. This is a great visual.
7 minutes. Wellness expert Arthur Doerksen shows you how to make it in less than 10 minutes hands-on time.
5:45-6:45, Arthur Doerksen’s thoughts on DOSAGE:
- There are 30 grams of Liposomal Vit C in 24 ounces of solution = 1.25 g/1 ounce (~1 shot glass).
- At 70% encapsulation, we would get 0.9 g of encapsulated Liposomal C/1 ounce (~1 shot glass) of solution.
- Liposomal C is 6-8 times more effective than Vit C by IV.
- One ounce of this megavitamin Liposomal C can do the work of up to 5-7 grams of IV vit C.
When you have an increased need for this nutrient — when under stress, toxic load, or fighting illness — functional doctors prefer to utilize vitamin C in IV form. But it is expensive and time consuming, plus you must leave home to do it.
With liposomal, you can also completely skip the destruction that occurs in the digestive system and deliver the vitamin C straight to your bloodstream, and then to your body’s cells.
Hallelujah Diet explains it this way:
“All of the cell membranes in our bodies are primarily made of phospholipids. Liposomal Vitamin C utilizes liposomal encapsulation technology to put vitamin C into small vesicles of phospholipids. Liposomal vitamin C is, therefore, absorbed into cells and organs of our bodies without the use of energy, as vesicles that are very normal in the body. The result is that you get far higher delivery of vitamin C with liposomal encapsulation than you do by just taking vitamin C by itself.”
How much Sodium in this Homemade Liposomal Vitamin C?
One ounce of homemade liposomal vitamin C contains about 100 mg of sodium. If you are worried about the higher sodium intake, you can use ascorbic acid on a short-term basis.
Homemade Liposomal Vitamin C (Recipe)
(Makes about 24 oz)
- Large Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner (which one to get?)
- Blender with an ultra-low stirring speed
- 2 quart glass jars (with plastic lids preferrable to metal lids)
- 2 Measuring cups
- 6.5 level Tablespoons of Sunflower Lecithin
- and 2 cups (500 ml or 16 ounces) of pure or distilled water
- 2 well-rounded Tablespoons of Ascorbic Acid (~30 grams of C) (or you can also use sodium ascorbate with similar results)
- 1 cup (250 ml or 8 ounces) of pure or distilled water
- Mix 6 Tablespoons of Sunflower Lecithin into 2 cups of warm water and stir.
- Doerksen forgot to mention this: Soak the lecithin granules for 3-4 hours before blending with the Vitamin C.
- After the soaking time, pour into blender and blend for 45-60 seconds. Do not overblend or allow to get hot.
- Mix 2 well-rounded Tablespoons of Ascorbic Acid (or sodium ascorbate) into 1 cup of warm water and stir.
- Pour the Vit C solution into the blender (with the lecithin mixture) and repeat for another 45-60 seconds only.
- This makes about 24 ounces of liquid and some foam.
- Pour the whole mixture from the blender into the ultrasonic cleaner.
- Set the ultrasonic cleaner for longest cycle available on the machine. 8-30 minutes. Some say total homogenizing encapsulation time is 25-30 minutes.
- Stir often using a plastic spoon. Stirring is critical for encapsulation process. The more you stir the more homogenized is the final solution (and less sour).
- Pour the finished solution into labeled glass jar(s). Tighten the lid and store in a refrigerator for up to two weeks (note that date, too). The solution can be used right away.
DOSAGE: See text right under the video.
Case Study Shows Powerful Effects:
New Zealand dairy farmer Alan Smith had a miraculous recovery from a coma induced by leukemia and severe double lung pneumonia. Doctors were ready to pull the plug on him when the family begged them to try high dose IV vitamin C. Alan began showing positive results after the doctors administered 50-100 grams of IV vitamin C.
Unfortunately, the doctors at the hospital who were relatively uneducated on vitamin C were concerned about any possible complications with the high dose IV vitamin C. They dropped the dosage to 2g of vitamin C and Alan began to struggle for survival again. His family began giving him 6 grams of oral liposomal vitamin C and within weeks he was significantly better and was discharged from the hospital. (source)
High-dose Vitamin C Therapy Proven Effective
There is a double standard in Western medicine when it comes to assessing the efficacy of vitamins compared to pharmaceutical drugs. As a result, 75 years of physician reports and clinical studies about the success of high-dose vitamin C therapy has been largely ignored.
When it comes to the effectiveness of simple vitamins and minerals at curing diseases, many ill-informed doctors still scoff at the idea, citing studies that allegedly verify that vitamins are ineffective. Most studies conducted on vitamins, however, either use really low doses (the USRDA) or synthetic forms which negate any positive results.
High-dose vitamin C therapy, the kind that uses upwards of 1,000 times the U.S. RDA, has been shown in legitimate clinical studies to cure all sorts of illnesses.
Dr. Albert Szent-Gyorgyi first isolated ascorbic acid (vitamin C) back in the late 1800s and, almost immediately, medical professionals realized that high doses of the vitamin were effective in treating a host of diseases.
In 1935, Dr. Jungeblut, then professor of bacteriology at Columbia University, published vitamin C’s effectiveness at preventing and treating polio and inactivating the diphtheria toxin. He later found that the vitamin C ascorbates inactivated tetanus as well.
In the 1940s, Dr. Frederick Klenner, a specialist in chest diseases, successfully cured viral pneumonia using high doses of vitamin C. He published his extensive findings in the Journal of Southern Medicine and Surgery. Dr. Klenner ended up publishing 28 articles in various scientific publications.
Other findings included kidney stones, metabolic syndrome, cardiovascular disease, sepsis, reverse blood poisoning, malaria, hepatitis, AIDS, and even cancer. By administering tens of thousands of milligrams a day, the ability of these diseases to run their course is disabled.
How to test Homemade Liposomal Vitamin C for % Encapsulation (if you used Ascorbic Acid)
Brooks Bradley method of testing encapsulation percent:
- Put 4 oz of finished homemade liposomal vitamin C into a 12 oz jar.
- Mix 1 oz of distilled water with 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate. Let it dissolve completely.
- Pour sodium bicarbonate solution into the liposomal vitamin C mixture. Stir.
Results: An unencapsulated ascorbic acid reacts with sodium bicarbonate and forms a foam.
- If the foam is 0.5” or less, it means the encapsulation rate is 50%.
- If the foam is 3/8” or less, it means the encapsulation rate is 60%.
- If the foam is 1/8” or less, it means the encapsulation rate is 75%.
Interestingly, Hippocrates said, “If you are not your own doctor, you are a fool.” and “The greatest medicine of all is teaching people how not to need it.”
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