DIY Liposomal Vitamin C

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DIY Liposomal Vitamin C

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Posted by Mama To Many (Tn) on 12/26/2017
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I have made many, many batches of liposomal vitamin C for my family to treat whooping cough in the last month or so. I have tweaked the procedure and will share what I have learned so hopefully you can skip some of the learning curve.

I prefer to use sunflower lecithin granules but ran out of what I had and was not able to get more. I got sunflower powder. Bad idea. I couldn't get it to mix and there would be a thick sludge in the bottom of my jar, so I was skeptical about how well assimilated the vitamin C was. I bought Non GMO soy lecithin granules (Now brand) and they worked as well as the sunflower lecithin granules. For short term, I felt it was the best solution I could come up with.

Tools to Make Liposomal Vitamin C

  • a blender
  • jewelry cleaner
  • Tablespoon
  • Measuring cup
  • Pan to warm the water


​Ingredients:

  • 1 1/2 cups distilled water
  • 3 T. lecithin granules
  • 2 T. sodium ascorbate powder (I used nutribitoic)

Instructions:

Warm 1 cup distilled water. Water should be warm, but not too hot to touch. Put the 1 cup warm water and 3 Tablespoon lecithin granules in a blender. Mix on low for 30 seconds. Let rest. Repeat mixing it up and letting it rest for several minutes while preparing the vitamin C. Heat 1/2 cup distilled water in the pan, again until warm but not super hot. Remove from heat. Add 2 Tablespoons sodium ascorbate powder. Mix until it is melted.

Assuming the soy lecithin granules are completely incorporated, add the vitamin C water and blend gently.

Pour mixture into jewelry cleaner. Turn jewelry cleaner on. I use a straw to mix now and then. I would do 5 - 6 cycles as it had an auto shut off. This gave 12-15 minutes total time. Sometimes I would forget about it for a little while and then resume. I think that is okay.

Pour into a quart jar. Put a lid on it. Store in the refrigerator for several weeks. (I would go through a jar every day or less, though! )

One tablespoon of this liposomal C contains about 1 gram of vitamin C. Because liposomal vitamin C is more absorbable than powdered sodium ascorbate, it is equivalent to 5-8 grams of vitamin C powder.

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So my 19 year old son who had been taking upward of 30 grams of sodium ascorbate a day was talking 5-6 Tablespoons daily of liposomal C for the same or better benefit, and it seems to be easier on the gut.

I would dose three times daily, first thing in the morning, mid afternoon and before bed. Ideally on an empty stomach but I figured better to dose even if food were taken than not at all. I would give a juice chaser.

Hope that will help others with liposomal c making!

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Baldev
Mumbai Maharashtra India
12/26/2017
188 posts

Hi Mama to Many.

My question is, is it necessary to use the distilled water to Make Liposomal Vitamin C? Why can't we use water of pH 7 or more if available. Thanks, Baldev

Replied by Mama To Many
Tennessee
12/27/2017

Dear Baldev,

Because many waters contain chemicals and some have high mineral content and I do not know how the sodium ascorbate might bind or react with those things, I suggest distilled. I wouldn't rule out that water other than distilled would give very good results though. If I didn't have distilled water I would make it with whatever I did have, filtered if possible.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Nicole
Caribbean
12/28/2017

What if you don't have a jewelry cleaner?

Replied by Timh
Ky
12/29/2017
2115 posts

All my drinking water including for making Lipo Vit-C & CoQ10, and Colloidal Silver, I use carbon faucet filter in gal jugs then Ozonate for 15-30 seconds.

Lately I find a pinch of Sea Salt into purified water prior to adding Vit-C is best.

Replied by Mama To Many
Tn
12/30/2017

Dear Nicole,

I don't know what could be used in place of the jewelry cleaner. I think the idea is that the sound wave vibrations are causing the vitamin C to bond with the lecithin. I do not know of another way this would be accomplished. I am not saying there isn't another way, I just don't know what it would be.

A jewelry cleaner is about $30. I have used mine to produce maybe 50 batches of liposomal C so far. It has been worth the investment for my situation.

~Mama to Many~

Replied by Janet
In
01/02/2018

Dear Mama to Many

Tony Pantellaresco has a you tube video. "Liposomes for All" This is the method I have been using. Although I have used and probably will continue using the jewelry cleaner method too.

Janet