Making your own Liposomal Vitamin C

4 cups distilled water divided

2 Tablespoons L-ascorbic acid (left-ascorbic)

6 Tablespoons lecithin (I have found the Sunflower store brand to be the most consistent)

Harbor Freight Ultrasonic Jewelry Cleaner (http://www.harborfreight.com/25-liter-ultrasonic-cleaner-95563.html)

Add 6 Tablespoons lecithin to 2 cups distilled water.

Add 2 Tablespoons ascorbic acid to 2 cups distilled water.

Let both solutions sit for 4-8 hours shaking occasionally, I do it before going to bed. The next morning I pour the lecithin/water mix into a blender and blend it for 3 minutes. I then add the acorbic acid/water mix and blend for 3 more minutes. From here the mixture goes into the jewelry cleaner and I run it for a cycle stirring it occasionally I then run it for at least 4 3-minute cycles, usually more.


6 fluid ounces equates to about 5000 mg of encapsulated C.

Rather than go on about how encapsulated C works I will leave you to do the inevitable internet search. I have found http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/ to be a great starting point. http://www.livonlabs.com/ has a great if slightly biased explanation of how it works, they sell a prepared encapsulated product.
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