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    I followed the recipe above, and it looks like it turned out right. My solution didn't break after sitting in the fridge overnight. I slowly poured the lecithin solution into the ascorbic acid solution while I blended it, like I was making an aioli.

    I'm still a little suspicious of this method. I wonder why more people haven't caught onto it and still say to use ultrasonic cleaners. I may just buy one anyway. Maybe I'll make batches with both methods, try the sodium bicarbonate test mentioned above, and compare the results.

    I bought vitamin C powder at our local natural foods store. They sell it in bulk, and I can't say for sure what kind of powder it is. I told the lady I wanted ascorbic acid vitamin C. I didn't see the label with my own eyes because she went to the back to get it. The bottle of lecithin was about $20.

    Click on the attachment to see a picture of my liposomal vitamin c.

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    Thank you for sharing your experience and great picture

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    Looks good to me!
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    I was so busy reading your post I forgot to say Welcome haydeon! We have a new member's section if you would like to introduce yourself to the forum.

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    Welcome haydeon. So glad it worked out for you.

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    Thanks for the information. For the record, this concoction tastes pretty gross and has a very long aftertaste. I'd plan on having something to wash it down with or mix it with something else.

    But my wife is feeling better, so apparently it works.

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    I haven't made it in a while but I seem to remember adding something... lemon extract, maybe, and a packet of stevia, maybe... but I did fossick around with it a bit to offset that grody taste. A hit of strong coffee afterward helped too!
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    I'd like to try this for sickness and an energy boost if it works! I also read an article which stated vitamin c would lower cholesterol as well as clean out arteries. Do you know if this is true and what the doses would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Good-day View Post
    I'd like to try this for sickness and an energy boost if it works! I also read an article which stated vitamin c would lower cholesterol as well as clean out arteries. Do you know if this is true and what the doses would be?
    Yes, Linus Pauling was instrumental in confirming this effect. I recomment 4 grams/day, taken in 4 divided doses. The product you want is Vitamin C with L-Lysine and L-Proline. We reported on it here: http://www.hawkeshealth.net/communit...ead.php?t=4310

    The product: http://www.vitacost.com/vitacost-l-l...roline-complex
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    Ok thanks for the info. I don't have your expertise to get around the site! I think glutathione beneficial too. My friend was under the impression that the 2, atheroschlerosis and high cholesterol was going to put him through both invasive tests and hospitilization and he was to wary of this. I don't have the knowledge to reassure him, but your info has helped and he is of persuasion to follow this type of protocol.

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    There's plenty of information here to reassure him that unless his total cholesterol is over 300, he is perfectly normal & should stop worrying. Your body NEEDS all that cholesterol!
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    Default Re: Home-Made Liposomal Vitamin C (and Glutathione)

    [QUOTE=Thegratefulgardener;34018]I found a sunflower lecithin to use in place of the soy, but it's not granular, it's more like a paste - think nut butter. Does anyone know if it will work? I'm not sure if the form matters.

    Hello. Just registered, and know this thread is a bit old, but I’d like to add my 2 pennies in:
    Be careful when buying sunflower lecithin: The only one I could find was extracted using hexane (ewww, yuk, and VERY BAD!), and I had to go to the maker and email them and wait for the answer to find that out.
    I really think that in this case, I’d use the soy, even though it isn’t great for you, if it is non GMO and organic and not extracted using chemicals or any other ugly stuff.
    I guess we have to be EXTREMELY diligent nowadays in using ANYTHING to be sure it isn’t toxic!!!
    Just FYI.

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    Welcome to the forum AngelGabe! We have a new member's section at http://www.hawkeshealth.net/communit...splay.php?f=26. Introduce yourself and let us know what areas of health and wellness interest you!

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