Originally posted by RedCairo
After some research I find that I'm biased towards the somewhat more heavy duty Cleaners like this
That looks great. When I get more spendable cash I think I might get one like that. (Though that one has 'sealing' complaints in the reviews, I noticed.) Mine was $30 but it makes 16oz basically. I think $80 for 85oz sounds good.
The smaller $30.00 units are mostly low powered ... in reading the reviews I find that there can be a problem with overheating and burning out the integrated circuits ...
Mine hasn't failed yet but then I haven't been doing this very long. I do notice that already it seems like not all the foam is diminishing as well as initially, the encapsulation with some 'extra' lecithin also seems to be becoming a little more common in my mixes despite I make them the same and measure both water and ingredients to the gram, but I'm not sure if that's related to the machine or not.
If your Lysosomal process hasn't changed at all then perhaps the electronics have a problem....is your UC a three minute or eight minute cycle...? How many cycles do you do...?
How many times have you used it for lysosoming...?
1. How difficult is it to remove the lysosome'd C from the Ultrasonic Cleaner after preparation...? I worry about the liquid seeping into the electronics when pouring the mixture out....
In mine (little $30), the metal well for this seems well sealed, by which I mean I don't notice any slight cracks around where it is nested which might result in internal leaks once one began pouring out from it. However I did notice it looks like some bare leak happened in the soft-plastic control panel even though I can see no opening to that. Note that the 'off' button on my machine does not work at all and never did. Since I can unplug it I didn't consider that all that big a problem.
There is no spout, and the wells do not come out. So you literally have to pick up the entire machine, keeping the lid open of course, and dump the entire contents out.
I have no trouble pouring out the contents, I find....but I make sure to wipe it dry just in case the seam between the stainless steel tub and the outer case has failed somewhere along the circumference.....
Would the larger machine be just too awkward to lift and pour the mix into a large pitcher/container...? Or...would a turkey baster work to draw out the mix...? How do the smaller units work in this regard...?
I thought of the baster idea, it'd leave a lot in the well. Looking at the picture of the $79 one you ref'd, comparison to the plug which is a standard size, I'd say it's unlikely it'll be a problem. Weight would be the only issue, and unless it's made of lead, gold or volcanic ash, something that size is probably not going to be THAT heavy. And I'm a woman so if I'm not afraid of it...
Volcanic ash....interesting look for an Ultrasonic Cleaner...will go well with my Mexican Metate...
2. Has anyone tried combining CoQ10 powder in the mix...? It's a fat soluble substance so perhaps the question answers itself....though I'd be interested in your experience....
Now, I don't know how lecithin would react when combined with some kind of oil. (I actually wondered how it would react when combined with other non-harmful to health and even beneficial solvents such as DMSO, which might put some substances into solution that water can't.) I haven't been able to find much on that but haven't done much searching I admit. But anything that is not water soluble is not likely to work with the lecithin+water approach this particular DIY
So much for adding CoQ10....
By the way...I have just stumbled on an analogue which sounds promising as an adjunct to CoQ10...Idebenone..... Not water soluble but still interesting with added benefits....[urlsmart-drugs.net...= [/url]
I'm tempted to buy some Idebenone and add to my LipC...I'm thinking that mixing up the Idebenone with the lecithin will allow it to gain access to the cells....this will be in the lecithin nano capsule, itself, not with the aqueous C inside the nano capsule
I'm currently taking Ubiquinol 50mg x 2, NADH 10 mg x 1
I still don't know if I'm doing the tech side of posting properly yet....so it's time to take a look
edit on 7-7-2013 by RedCairo because: forgot to remove a quote
Originally posted by Tarasco
I just stumbled on this....CoQ10 is a crystalline powder that is insoluble in water.
Originally posted by Julie Washington
Originally posted by Julie Washington
I came across some important information reading the forums over at the Vitamin C Foundation regarding false high blood glucose readings.
A poster earlier in this thread (sorry don't remember who it was) who started taking Liposomal Vitamin C said he was getting high blood glucose readings and was going to cut back on the Liposomal Vitamin C.
It is a false high blood glucose reading - It is measuring the Vitamin C!
Over at the forum they have been testing glucose readings every 10 minutes after taking Vitamin C and watching how the blood readings go up and how long it takes for them to go down.
This was also confirmed by the Riordan Clinic here:
The report showed that a woman that was taking IV Vitamin C showed a high glucose reading and was treated with Insulin and went into hypoglycemic shock! So the high glucose reading was wrong. It was measuring the Vitamin C!
Vitamin C Foundation Forum-Blood Glucose Test
So evidently the glucose testers can be used to test the rise of vitamin c in your blood!
Ektar - I'm bumping this post for you regarding the high glucose reading.
If you get your mother on the lipo vit c it will be important to not be fooled by a false reading. It may be limited to certain readers, so I wanted you to be fully informed of this information.
Be sure to read the links.