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Liposomal Vitamin C Information
Check this out regarding high potency, highly absorbable vitamin C -  Why? estimated 75% of population deficient in vit c; helps immune function, cataracts, gum disease, colds, flu, rapid healing in general, even animals, etc

http://www.anti-agingresearchcenter.org/bio-technology/new-vitamin-c-delivery.html
the benefits article,  read where LET is comparable to Intravenous administration (costing $150) of Vit C, this address has 6 short web pages of articles, click on the bottom for next article

        Cardiologist/Attorney Thomas Levy -
"Dr. Levy also believes that millions of Americans suffer with undiagnosed localized scurvy — even when overall body stores of ascorbate are within what is considered to be normal range.

In his latest book, Stop America’s #1 Killer!, he cites periodontal disease and cataracts as two forms of localized scurvy. He also lays out a very persuasive argument and cites hundreds of references to prove that Coronary Heart Disease is always initiated by a localized scurvy in the coronary arteries."              Dr. Thomas Levy Videos can be
                                                                                                                                         searched for on Youtube.com

Brooks Bradley's Liposomal Vitamin C Recipe

The equivalent bioavailability can only be figured approximately by assuming
a percentage of liposomal encapsulation.

Assuming a 70% encapsulation, an oz of liposomal vitamin c is equivalent approximately

to around 4000 mg of non-liposomal vitamin c.

The ascorbate vitamin c can be used at your discretion as well.

Brooks Bradley Comments on Yahoo Groups

Brooks Bradley MRSA Protocol

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How much Vitamin C should I take? One answer below:

VITAMIN C, TITRATING TO BOWEL TOLERANCE, ANASCORBEMIA, AND ACUTE

INDUCED SCURVY


How to make homemade L.E.V.C.         http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1554530    

How much would one take of the liposomal encapsulated vitamin C?    my guess would be an oz / day for maintenance, 3-4 oz/day or more for health challenges; experiment with it and see. if taste is an issue cut with water or juice. 

Anecdotal example of benefit of vitamin c, saved man from Swine flu
http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2009/09/24/IV-Vitamin-C-Used-to-Recover-Terminal-Swine-Flu-Case.aspx


I've been making this for patients for $30 for a double recipe to sample/or if they don't want to make their own, approximately 24oz., 17,0000 mg encapsulated, over 100,000 mg equivalent

The article mentions harbor freight where i bot the ultrasonic cleaner:    http://search.harborfreight.com/cpisearch/web/search.do?keyword=ultrasonic+cleaner&Submit=Go

I bot the $40 one which is good for home use for a couple of people.  I bot non-gmo soy lechitin at kokua country foods, but most health food stores have it.

Good source for Vitamin C here:            http://purebulk.com/l-ascorbic-acid-vitamin-c            1 kg of Bulk Vit C $38.50

                                    HardRhino.com           http://bit.ly/p3JLkI                    1 kg (10-7-11) vit C $13.14

Finally my video on making Liposomal Encapsulated Vitamin C                   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SeU--wadrMY


Here is a conversation from the Vitamin C Foundation Forum with someone who is wanting to find out how to use Vitamin C for Congestive Heart Failure:   

Here's a link to Vitamin C protocols (how much Vitamin C to use) from the book, Practicing Medicine Without a License:   http://www.practicingmedicinewithoutalicense.com/protocol/

There is sunflower lecithin, liquid only (google it ) also available for those not wanting to use soy lecithin.


Here is a link to a Yahoo Groups dedicated to DO IT YOURSELF Encapsulation Technology: 
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1. Dissolved 3 level tablespoons of soy lecithin in 1 cup of water (preferably distilled). Note: This is key to being successful from the start.   Mix the lecithin and distilled water in a seal-able quart jar so you can shake/agitate until the lecithin is completely dissolved.  You don’t want any lecithin granules visible.   Keep agitating until all granules are dissolved.

2. Dissolved 1 level tablespoon of ascorbic acid powder (Vit. “C”) in 1/2 cup of water.

3. Poured both solutions together in the ultrasonic cleaner bowl and turned the unit on. Using a plastic straw (leaving the top of the cleaner opened), gently, slowly, stirred the contents. Note: The cleaner will, automatically, self-stop about every 2 minutes. Just push ON button to continue. Repeat for a total of 3 series (6 minutes). By that time the entire solution should be blended into a cloudy, homogeneous, milk-like mixture. The LET solution is now formed.   Tip: Pour the dissolved Vitamin C solution into the seal-able quart jar with the dissolved lecithin and shake briefly prior to pouring into the ultra-sonic cleaner.  If you dissolved your lecithin first as directed in the note above you will need to close the lid due to bubbling.    Simply open the lid frequently and give the mixture a quick stir before closing the lid again.

4. This protocol furnishes about 12 grams (12000mg.) of vitamin C product. At 70% encapsulation efficiency, 8400 mg would be of the LET type. This solution will keep, acceptably, at room temperature for 3 to 4 days. Refrigerated, it will keep much longer.
Note: You can use the verification test described in comment #3 below to test the efficacy of your Liposomal Vitamin C.    If you followed the tip about completely dissolving the lecithin granules prior to mixing in the ultrasonic cleaner you should have 75%+ encapsulation.

We use it so fast around our place…there isn’t enough left to be concerned over storage. The “homogenizing effect” is so powerful that after 3 days at room temperature, no precipitation or solution separation appears evident. This type of sequestered vitamin “C” has demonstrated to be, at least 5 times more effective (per volumetric measure) than any other form of orally-ingested vitamin “c”….that we have tested.

Additionally, it appears to be even more rapid in tissue-bed availability—-than IV applications. An astounding revelation….to us. We estimate the DIY researcher can produce the active LET portion of this solution for 15 cents per gram….as against about $1.00 per gram from commerci! al sources.

Although not scientifically rigorous, I offer a simple test which will yield the DIY researcher some element of confidence that they do, in fact, have a useful measure of liposomal encapsulate.

First, pour about 4 ounces of your finished Vitamin C encapsulate into a cylindrical, 12 ounce water glass. Next, place 1/4 teaspoon of sodium bicarbonate into about 1 ounce of distilled water and stir for 3 to 5 seconds. Next, pour the sodium bicarbonate solution into the Vitamin C mixture and stir gently for several seconds.

Note: If the foam/bubble line which forms on top is 1/2 inch or less—in height—you have about a 50% encapsulation efficiency. If the foam/bubble line is 3/8 of one inch…or less, you have about a 60% efficiency.

If the foam/bubble line is 1/8 inch or less, you have about 75% efficiency. If the foam/bubble line is just a trace…..you should major in chemistry.

The percentages given above, represent the amount of the total Vitamin C component incorporated during the encapsulation process…..that was actually encapsulated. The less encapsulation….the greater the foaming.

What is, actually, occurring in this test is that the ascorbic acid fraction is being transformed into the sodium ascorbate form of vitamin C. This test does not negatively affect the usefulness of the solution you have tested…..as the isolated Vitamin C component is not adversely affecting the encapsulate (which is being protected by the lecithin bubble-covering.) Actually, the sodium ascorbate form of vitamin C is greater than an order-of-magnitude more soluble for tissue incorporation……than is the ascorbic acid form.

In any event this simple test should serve to raise the level of confidence in the DIY researcher…. that they do—in fact—have a useful measure of encapsulated vitamin C.
Sincerely, Brooks Bradley.



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