LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C – As Effective As IV Form – DIY for Pennies (Video)

Editor’s Note: I was given this information from a friend of mine as they have been doing a lot of research on Vitamin C and the major benefits it provide; especially for the immune system. The following information is from Michael Kau’i Ihara, D.C. and we do not endorse or receive any compensation regarding any of the products recommended for purchase in order to make your own Liposomal Vitamin C (DIY).
Welcome to Information on Liposomal Vitamin C By Michael Kau’i Ihara, D.C. 
Check this out regarding high potency, highly absorbable vitamin C –  Why?
It is estimated that 75% of the population is deficient in Vitamin C; helps immune function, cataracts, gum disease, colds, flu, rapid healing in general, even animals, etc.
The following article provides benefits,  read where LET is comparable to Intravenous administration (costing $150) of Vitamin C, this address has 6 short web pages of articles, click on the bottom for next article:

“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.” -Cardiologist/Attorney Thomas Levy

ViaMichael Kau’i Ihara “Introduction to Liposomal Vitamin C”

Michael Kau’i Ihara, D.C. website:  This method of making your own LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C enables individuals to have the effectiveness of Intravenous Vitamin C for a price that that equates to pennies on a dollar. It avoids that experience of diarrhea when one takes Vitamin C in pill form. Recently I had a toothache, about 4-5/10 pain, and I took Liposomal Vitamin C. The pain was gone the next day.

Via: Michael Kau’i Ihara, D.C. 

“How to make LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C”Re-posted from Brooks Bradley, Process Inventor:
Dear List Members, I have been somewhat remiss in not supplying additional information which might make prosecuting an acceptable generation process…somewhat easier. To that end, I offer a few elaborating comments. First, using some form of blender to enhance/accelerate the process is perfectly acceptable…and effective. However, one must understand the limitations of using this modality.
To wit: Because the entire encapsulation process is, essentially, a refined homogenization process the researcher is bound within the limits of the chosen process….itself. e.g. Using a blender in the early stages of the ultrasonic type protocol, places a limit (especially particle size) on the resultant compounds. As a general rule, the smallest liposomes achievable…are going to be larger than 150 nm in size—-even after extensive agitating. Therefore, if smaller particles are desired…..some procedure must be invoked to achieve this.
Ultrasonic energy is an excellent way to achieve this. Ultrasonic energy applied to solutions having, previously, been mixed using mechanical blenders (of the household type) will improve the encapsulation process greatly (sometimes as much as an order of magnitude) through the immediate size reduction of the encapsulated particle size. Additionally, both power levels and exposure time experienced from the US energy……have a pronounced effect on the end product. e.g. simply by extending the time exposed to the US energy will yield a product with a majority of particles of a markedly reduced physical size (sometimes by more than one-half). Also, by increasing the power spectral density [energy delivered to the target], considerable size and complexity reduction may be achieved. (Sometimes from larger, multiple-layered liposomes, down to single-layered liposomes of much smaller size).
This one characteristic, alone, should justify the selection of the larger US unit over the smaller one….as the larger US power level output is much higher. The way to capitalize on this advantage is to limit the depth of the parent solution in the larger US unit, to 3/4″ to 1″. Because the distance from the US energy! source and the mass of the target material DOES, in fact, have a powerful effect on the delivered energy.
Direct visual observation alone, will confirm the powerful increase in cavitations (energy field) of the liquid medium. This type innovation will yield effects that in some cases….challenge the results of laboratory-grade, high pressure (over 3000 psi) impact plate systems…..costing $10,000 and up. What most commercial producers (and labs) do, is they RECIRCULATE their candidate solutions… order to achieve smaller—-and more isolated—-end products. By extending your exposure time, using shallow solutions, DIYs can…in many cases, actually challenge, to some degree, the levels accomplished by these very high dollar commercial machines…..using their own DIY homemade systems.
Someone asked the question…does pre-agitation via blending devices damage or compromise the candidate solutions. The short answer is NO. Almost any type of agitation aids in the homogenization process. I have some descriptive information relative to the use of blending devices, which may prove of use to the list membership, but I must go at this time.
Brooks Bradley.
There is granular sunflower lecithin (google it ) also available for those not wanting to use soy lecithin.
from google “sunflower lecithin” ONLY AVAILABLE IN LIQUID FORM:
Is Vitamin C Dosing a Miracle?…
Answer to recent question on how much do I take – “I don’t recommend dosages. Everyone is different, they metabolize differently, are facing different challenges at different times. There are some references you can check up with on my liposomal page at” for best anti-oxidant action, an indirect method of free redical control, though much more powerful than antioxidants – See my Dr Dan Murphy video…
Do your own due diligence about Vitamin C excess, such as here:…

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