Vitamin C is Above Top Secret: We all have a MAJOR genetic disease! Three grams of Vitamin C a day

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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 03:07 AM
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A species that evolved to get daily vitamin C from capitalist synthetic sources?!?

3 grams thereof??

Hmm...




posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 03:55 AM
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You don't need mega doses of Vit C or any vitamin, just very tiny amounts to maintain optimum health - self-evidently, because no one in the developed countries suffers deficiency symptoms any more.

With the possible exception of vitamin D for dark-skinned people living in northern climes which don't get much sunlight.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 04:50 AM
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This isn't quite true. The RDA is a joke because our food system is so polluted with artificial chemicals, and preservatives, that nobody is really unscathed by it. Not to mention how many of these same chemicals WILL cause nutrient deficiencies. Many people have underlying illnesses that they don't even know about until it turns into full blown disease.

What is main reason for sickness and disease? Poor nutrition. Vitamin C has a huge effect on the entire body, useful for anything from regulating neuro-transmitters like serotonin, norepinephrine, dopamine, boosting the thyroid, treating heart disease(notably atherosclerosis), pneumonia, fighting infections, colds, etc.

The RDA is a joke as well as the myth that Vitamins and Nutrients can't actively cure disease as well as some synthetic pill they can make billions off of. Health care is not about making people health; it's about lining the pockets of the pharmaceutical companies, and the people that own them. There is no money in vitamin and nutrient cures. Anybody can treat themselves if it were that easy, they wouldn't need doctors, and they would lose out billions of dollars.

I practice natural medicine and holistic approaches using vitamins, essential nutrients, herbs, and so forth, and I have managed to help my family do rather well. Recently we all came down with a cold that I helped set straight by a combination of vitamins ACE(A, C, & E), which work synergistically together, Spirulina, B-vitamin complex, melatonin, and Iodine.

Currently I have been helping my father's girlfriend fight strep throat with Lugol's Iodine solution. She has responded very well to it, she noticed a decrease in lesions and a dramatic reduction in throat soreness after just the first day...

You can only trust the 'health care' system in so far as interactions and mechanisms. Other than that you can't expect them to be entirely truthful about what may be a cure, and what may not be.

Look at Nick Cannon; I expect just anybody can rid themselves of Lupus, which is supposed to be incurable or at the least extremely difficult to treat.

Also for people suffering from deficiencies, the RDA will do nothing for them....Like 150 micro-grams is a damn joke to be listed as the recommendation for Iodine, is no wonder that a good percentage of the U.S. is suffering from under-active thyroids from all the fluoride, chloride, and bromide, hence the Obesity epidemic.
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posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 06:52 AM
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I have been taking vitamin C (500mg each day, after a meal) for couple of months now. Didn't notice any difference. Still caught cold like 3 times and right now I have a runny nose.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:04 AM
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reply to post by gmacev
 


Do you smoke cigarettes? Also 500mg is rather small dose....RDA is a joke.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:23 AM
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ANOTHER good use of Vit. C. per a reliable source is to get injections before having mercury fillings removed. A friend who has been an R.N. had the Vit. C delivered to her house and had it injected before she had her dental fillings removed.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:32 AM
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It also boosts norepinephrine, serotonin, and dopamine.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:37 PM
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At first when I got to 5 grams a day (of course spaced out, 1 gram every several hours or so up until 10 p.m.) I ran into an effect I had heard about, with very loose stool and an urge to release it. Actually got caught once outside, and that was a mess. This went on for a couple of weeks, and then all was well and my body has adapted to 5 grams a day.

I haven't checked in awhile what the government requirements are for giving captive apes ascorbic acid, and how much. In the 1990s I remember that in the U.S. apes and monkeys in captivity had to be given 3.6 grams a day measured as an equivilant in body weight to humans. Has that changed? Does the EU, Australia, Asian and African nations, etc., have a legal minimum for their captured apes and monkeys? This is, to me, an important question, and shows the fallacy of low-dose recomendations from various government agencies.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:48 PM
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The problem with taking over the counter Vitamin C supplements is that your body cannot absorb enough.

Vitamin C is a cureall for just about everything. Look it up.

If you're serious about getting high dose vitamin C then read this thread, it will change your life: 69 pages and 219 Flags.

I Make My Own Liposomal Vitamin C - This stuff is AMAZING



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 12:58 PM
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Originally posted by Julie Washington
The problem with taking over the counter Vitamin C supplements is that your body cannot absorb enough.

Vitamin C is a cureall for just about everything. Look it up.

If you're serious about getting high dose vitamin C then read this thread, it will change your life: 69 pages and 219 Flags.

I Make My Own Liposomal Vitamin C - This stuff is AMAZING


Totally agree, it's a great thread. I wish I had the patience to make C that way, and I will have to learn how at some point. Thanks for the link to this thread.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 02:20 PM
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I starred you for posting some truth. Yes, synthetic vitamins aren't a great choice, and he would benefit more, from making liposomal Vitamin C, because it gets into the blood cells, also this taken in conjunction with Glutathione, is very powerful stuff. It will allow the Vitamin C to absorb better into the cell wall.

Nice Julie, for posting that thread. I should have earlier, due to reviewing it again for a friend who is having pneumonia problems.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 05:51 PM
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reply to post by VeritasAequitas
 


Veritas,

I've done the Liposomal Vit C and it is AMAZING.

I'm actually glad this thread came up because it reminded me to make some lipsomal Glutathione, I'd forgotten that I bought.

Back to the kitchen to make some more!



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:00 PM
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Try this



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:09 PM
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Originally posted by AliceBlackman
it's also important for beer drinkers to take extra vitamin B12, drinking robs the body of your B's, B's are great against depression.


You don't have that problem with homebrew, unless you filter it. The leftover yeast provide enough B12 to counter the effect. Ain't nature wonderful?



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:13 PM
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Originally posted by Aleister
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Ha! A little bit of C makes sure you don't die of scurvy, and that's all. That's why the U.S. suggested dose is so low, I think it's 60mg a day, to make sure the entire country isn't dying off. Orange Juice producers want that suggested dose kept low, I would guess, because it hides the truth about this genetic disease.

I'm not a doctor, or someone who can reach into my pocket and come up with twenty links for you. What I do know, in answer to the question about what it does for what areas of the body - every cell needs it and happily uses it (and happily is probably not hyperbole). The conspiracy, and that's what I want to point out, is how little high-profile professionals in media, health industries, politics, or journalism alert the public to this. Again, we have a major genetic disease, one that is easily cured. If everyone cured it we'd have a lot less need of doctors and hospitals and the storehouse of drugs sitting in pharmacies seemingly popping up on every-other street corner in "civilized" nations. Scurvy? Why do you think apes love to eat fruits? Vitamin C!


Actually... a vitamin c pill never cured scurvy. A lime can. There are co-factors at work.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 06:30 PM
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For Veritas and all:

With this method you get about 75% encapsulation.


VITAMIN C:

3 level tablespoons of soy lecithin (45cc). (Some use Sunflower lecithin) Make sure it is GMO free and organic if possible.

1 level tablespoon ascorbic acid powder (15cc)

Dissolve the lecithin in 1 cup (240cc) warm, NOT HOT, water, preferably distilled. You can use cold water but it dissolves much faster if slightly warmed. If the water is hot, it will clump rather than dissolve.

Dissolve the ascorbic acid in 1/2 cup warm water, preferably distilled.

Pour both solutions together into a wide mouth mason jar or other container that can accommodate the stick blender.

Blend until it forms a cloudy, homogeneous mixture in about 2 minutes.

Refrigerate and you're done.


GLUTATHIONE:
Method is exactly the same as above:

3 level tablespoons soy lecithin
1 tablespoon or 7 grams of glutathione powder

Proceed exactly as above.


Dosages can vary. I've seen many take several tablespoons a day. I take 1 oz (shot glass) twice a day. Once in the morning and once in the afternoon.

Source

Now this recipe above does not include an additional step which I do which is put it in an ultrasonic jewlery cleaner for about 20 minutes.

Here is a link the the fully explained directions:

LIPOSOMAL DIRECTIONS
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posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 07:52 PM
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Thanks. Some questions:

* The recipe doesn't seem like very much ascorbic acid is used, is it enough? And taking it twice a day - wouldn't that flush out of the body within a certain time period? I'm taking the solid form now five times a day, which would be 5 grams, but there is not as much absorbtion according to you as there is with the process outlined. Taking that twice or three times a day (why not an evening dose as well?), what would that be an equivalant of in terms of the solid form I'm taking now?

* So what I'm using now doesn't go through the cell walls? That I don't understand, since the entire body is just a lot of cell colonies living in tandem (a teacher of mine suggests thanking all your cells and organs every once in awhile). If it doesn't go thru the cell walls, then where does it go, and might it be completely useless? Please explain, and thank you in advance.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 08:05 PM
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Originally posted by Aleister

Originally posted by Julie Washington
The problem with taking over the counter Vitamin C supplements is that your body cannot absorb enough.

Vitamin C is a cureall for just about everything. Look it up.

If you're serious about getting high dose vitamin C then read this thread, it will change your life: 69 pages and 219 Flags.

I Make My Own Liposomal Vitamin C - This stuff is AMAZING


Totally agree, it's a great thread. I wish I had the patience to make C that way, and I will have to learn how at some point. Thanks for the link to this thread.


Alister - All the answers that you need will be in the above thread.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 08:11 PM
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I've read a great deal of the thread, and will study it further. Thanks.

But one thing, why don't you take a drink of the mixture in the evening as well, or with dinner.



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 08:58 PM
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Lol, the odd thing was, I wondered if you could make it this very same way; substitute C for Glutathione. Thanks for confirming; star!





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