Monday, April 16, 2012

DIY Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C or Lypospheric Vitamin C

Here is vid about making Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C, note there is already disinfo on the net where they tell you all you need is a blender...that will not make it Liposomal:




We use the blocks to figure out how many minutes in 480 seconds as we make our concoction.

Look over these links:

The link that got me started:

Video: Living Proof: Vitamin C - Miracle Cure?
http://www.3news.co.nz/Living-Proof-Vitamin-C---Miracle-Cure/tabid/371/articleID/171328/Default.aspx

Vitamin C mega-dosing continues to unleash healing miracles around the world
http://www.naturalnews.com/034591_vitamin_C_mega-dose_healing.html

Thomas Levy Talks To Vitamin C Can Cure Coalition Part 1/9
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d9Sa02XnteA

http://www.facebook.com/Crewton.Ramone

http://www.crewtonramoneshouseofmath.com/


http://crewtonramoneshouseofmath.blogspot.com/

9 comments:

  1. I'm trying to repeat exactly what you have done in the video but in a 35 watt jewelry cleaner and I have the 3 to 1 ratio down but it's still liquid and not thickening up. I also tried adding more soy lecithin making the ratio 4 to 1 with no difference. I have no gone up to 20 minutes in the jewelry cleaner while stirring.

    Any suggestions? Is my jewelry cleaner not powerful enough?

    ReplyDelete
  2. I used a different brand of non gmo lecithin and sodium ascorbate crystals instead of ascorbic acid and I had the same issue...not the viscosity of snot more liquid like, and it tastes really salty! I tried the same brand of lecithin(Lewis labs) but it has pineapple and coconut flavoring(which I failed to notice at the store) That round the consistency was much more snot like but still not quite what is pictured here. I may order some ascorbic acid crystals and give it another try and see how it turns out.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Thanks for getting back to me! Ahh I see that makes sense. What brands are you using??

    ReplyDelete
  4. Hi, I made lipo C at home. First it did not thicken up, second time it did beautifully. The trick seems to be in the blending. I have taken 1 heaped tablespoons of Vit C powder and 4 heaped tablespoons of non-GMO lecithin and 375 ml of water (just as seen in the video). The lecithin was not pre-soaked beforehand. Then blended the whole thing for about 4 minutes in a blender. By the end of 4 minutes the foam went away and the concoction somewhat thickened. Let it rest for about 10 minutes then blended again for 3-4 minutes and it became really thick, goo-like. Then put it in the Ultrasonic cleaner for 8 minutes and stay thick and gooey, similar to the one in the video. Put it in a transparent glass jar and 2-3 hours later there was still no separation between the component parts, same thick beaten egg-white type of substance. The color of the final liquid was light brown with a thin 2-3 mm yellowish foam on top.
    The I did the baking soda test and when added the 1 oz baking soda water to the 4 oz of lipo-C, I got a lot of foam on top, about 3 inches!
    Can anyone comment on this, the good lipo-c has to be thin, waterlike or this gooey substance? Anyone did the baking soda test on the gooey thick one and could comment please?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Yes here is some info. it does not have to be gooey to be good. Most ultrasonics have some degree of heat to them (especially the one in this video) and the heat will destroy most of your Vit C. The resulting mixture should be that of thick milk. If a lump forms over the heating element you lose. Do not let the mixture sit in the Ultra Sonic if the bottom gets warm, unplug it pour out the mixture. let it rest and the ultrasonic cool down. Then after it cools you can run a cycle again. Letting it rest in the cleaner with cleaner plugged in will destroy the Vitamin C in your mixture. Your Baking soda test proves that the Vit C was not encapsulated or very little was. Anything more than 1/2 inch means poor. The taste is also a way to tell. Taste the Ascorbic acid (C) if that taste is still strong, not good. The more powerful cleaners that sell for $150.00 plus do 10 times better than these cheap ones. More power= More-better-smaller encapsulation.

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hello. I am about one day away from being able to make my OWN here at home; currently waiting for the delivery of the ultrasonic cleaner... I want / need to know WHERE I can get a hold of the NON GMO form of SUNFLOWER LECITHIN?!! I cannot seem to find it here in Sydney .. . any feedback would be appreciated more than I could possibly say! Send me any info to this email addy:
    help@pogo.33mail.com

    THANK YOU BY THE WAY; GREAT VIDEO! Regards Natasha from Sydney, Australia

    ReplyDelete
  7. Hi, I would like to know what the Brand of Pure Vitamin C are you using in this video. Thanks

    ReplyDelete
  8. If U are using a lecithin that contains coconut, is it possible that it is the coconut and not so much the lecithin that is making your mixture thick? I have tried a 5 to 1 ratio and even a 6 to 1 ratio of lecithin to C (using the sunflower lecithin) and still do not have the thickness you are getting, not even with all the mixing and using the US cleaner for 40 minutes. And yes, can you please let us know what brand pure vitamin C crystals you are using in the video?

    ReplyDelete
  9. 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.

    Here is the link: http://qualityliposomalc.com

    Thanks!

    Chris

    ReplyDelete