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I make my own liposomal vit C. This stuff is frickin AMAZING!!!!!

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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 01:48 AM
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Hey daynight42,
My batch didnt look anything at all like what you got. I used lecithin granules non-gmo from Now products and followed the recipe to a T and it looked nothing like what you got.

Go back through the thread and see megaminds pics of his batch and thats how mine looked. Nothing sticky and cleanup easy.

I am also no multi level marketing anything. I have made plenty of $ as a metallurgy specialist and have no need to sell anythig plus ive been on ats for about almost 10 years now with thousands of posts and i dont sell anything to anyone.

Try the regular lecithin granules like in this recipe i followed and u should have no problems.
recipe

Ive never even heard of the word protandim and had to look up exactly what the heck your talking about. It seems you have assumed im selling something and trying to make $ of this which is quite a joke!!!!! Im surprised to have had soooo many haters, skeptics, and assumptions about me.

Im not selling anything, would be willing to take lie detector and hand on the bible to swear honesty. Sheesh, give me abreak here

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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 01:50 AM
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reply to post by AeonStorm
 


Aeon storm... Vitamin C is a pretty potent antioxidant, and this solution, if it is what we hope it is, is even more potent as an antioxidant.

You know what the stated side effects of your meds are... if the thinking goes south, and you have ANY dangerous ideation, then you should stop immediately.

As someone said, a couple of times already... it would be wise to check with your doctor and pharmacist to ascertain what the effects of vitamin C will be on your medication, it's efficacy, and any contraindications.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:30 AM
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Originally posted by dasman888
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Daynight42, nope... doesn't look right.

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OK. I didn't do it that way. I didn't add the vitamin C mixture into the blender. I don't remember reading that, but even still the directions I read didn't even say to use a blender!

I was using distilled water, like it said to. I will try this again tomorrow, but I am really not looking forward to having to clean that blender again. Such a mess, you have no idea, to clean that thing. (My base is stuck to the jar, otherwise it'd be easier!)

This also still doesn't explain why my baking soda test came out clean. I'm not sure,t hough, since I did something other than what you guys did.

Can you quote the line where he says to pour the vitamin C mixture into the blender? I thought he said just to put the two mixtures into the ultrasonic device.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:34 AM
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Originally posted by dominicus
reply to post by daynight42
 

Im not selling anything, would be willing to take lie detector and hand on the bible to swear honesty. Sheesh, give me abreak here

edit on 3-6-2012 by dominicus because: (no reason given)


The is some confusion here. I know plenty of people have been attacking you, but I am not one of them.

I am referring to the guy who makes the original video who also runs the website 8alpha.com. There's a link on his website at the top. I pointed it out because I thought that guy made this entire recipe up.

Rest assured, I am not referring to you in any negative way. I will try that alternative method. (I call it that because the 8alpha.com recipe is different.)



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:41 AM
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Originally posted by dasman888
reply to post by MegaMind
 


MM, it's unlikely soaking the lecithin in water will make much of a difference... since "oil and water" don't much mix. Using the hot water, such as you did, should be sufficient to dissolve the lecithin granules, measure out your lecithin... then just pour it into the running blender...

...once you add the dissolved C solution, it will tend to "cut" the lecithin a bit and help emulsify it. I let my blender run for a few minutes... and when I turned it off I poured it immediately into the UC and turned it on, running it 10 time at 3 minutes at a time, each time immediately turnging it back on.

My 3 tablespoons of lecithin... and one tablespoon of C, and 2 cups of water... blended up entirely, with no apparent solids left over... I have just a jar of milky sour fatty "Juice".

edit on 3-6-2012 by dasman888 because: edits


The lecithin liquid "goo" I used make work once I blend it with the dissolved C. I hope, or else I'll be trying to heat it up on a stove to see what that does. It looked like it was turning into butter, though; really nasty. I ended up just eating those yellow chunks. I won't tell you what it felt like in my hands, because I can't say for sure, but it had a spongy texture like brains. ( :-P )

I'm still having those nasty burps. I hope it's from the lecithin I ate, because putting up with these would be gross in the long term. I'm already a bit repulsed by the smell, which is odd because I can handle FCLO.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 04:09 AM
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My grandfather always told me with his concoctions of health aids, if it tastes bad it means it's really good for you



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 06:17 AM
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Thanks a lot for this thread, it sounds promising. I´ve been trying several things through the years, because of my inattentive ADD (often very tired, can´t concentrate, can´t do anything constructive etc). I think it´s ok to experiment with our bodys as long as it´s not dangerous. I´ve tried Ritalin (good for 2 hours), Srattera (nothing), L-Tyrsone (nothing), b-vitamis in large amounts - at first it had good effect, but not anymore. I´ve drunk so stong caffe, that I felt it starting to hurt my healt so I stopped. But strong caffe has been only thing that really wakes me up for the whole day. It would be great to get positive effects like caffein does without jitters.
I´m definitely going to try this out soon and report back. At least 2-3 family members are going to try too, so I can share all of our experiences then.
People who say, that these kind of things are not nessessery probably don´t know what it´s like to live day by day in constant fatique, unable to find solution. Human brain works with all kind of chemicals, why not help it to work better?


Btw, if I don´t find C-vitamin in powder form, what do you think is it ok to buy tablets and crush them to powder?



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 07:14 AM
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Originally posted by Destinyone

Originally posted by steve1709

Originally posted by babybunnies
Moderators, this thread read likes a commercial ?


Sure does, and the OP is DEFINATELY asking us to buy from him. I hope nobody says to you something like .......Grow up and stop squealing .......... cause we need people to people like you to keep everyone honest


No he is not. The OP is highly respected on ATS. He has told everyone how to purchase their own supplies, and how to make it. You seem to have a problem with helpful people. Jealous maybe? If you took the time to read, and research the presented material, you might learn something beneficial to you.

Des



I guess you didn't see my tongue in my cheek Des ol mate.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 07:30 AM
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Originally posted by dasman888
reply to post by MegaMind
 


MM, it's unlikely soaking the lecithin in water will make much of a difference... since "oil and water" don't much mix. Using the hot water, such as you did, should be sufficient to dissolve the lecithin granules, measure out your lecithin... then just pour it into the running blender...

...once you add the dissolved C solution, it will tend to "cut" the lecithin a bit and help emulsify it. I let my blender run for a few minutes... and when I turned it off I poured it immediately into the UC and turned it on, running it 10 time at 3 minutes at a time, each time immediately turnging it back on.

My 3 tablespoons of lecithin... and one tablespoon of C, and 2 cups of water... blended up entirely, with no apparent solids left over... I have just a jar of milky sour fatty "Juice".

edit on 3-6-2012 by dasman888 because: edits


Awesome good to know. I figured that I only had solids because I didn't blend it up good enough ... you know first run through. I'll get it perfect eventually



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 07:40 AM
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Yeah don't eat the yellow clumps. I have been taking the milky part only as that is the part that has the tiny molecules of lethicin. I'm guessing the lethicin is emulsified and the solids are lethicin that has not emulsified. I also definitely poured my dissolved C into the blender with my dissolved lethicin and ran it a bit. After that I poured it into the cleaner and ran it. Like I said above I think I could get it to where there is almost no solids if I blend the lethicin up good enough. Another poster said they followed the recipe and got no solids at all - so thats what I am aiming for.

BTW I was able to clean my blender with no problems. But my solids weren't nearly as solid as yours or nearly as much. Again if you ate the yellow solid I'm guessing you simply ate the lethicin, try the milky part next time
(I think it taste good, my gf thinks "not so much")

Also don't give up or get discouraged. I'm willing to bet the liquid lethicin would probably work fine but its a question of determining how much to use. Good luck! hope you get it working to your satisfaction.

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Still feeling great. I'm going hiking today so we'll see how much difference the liposomal C makes on my hike. I hike all the time nearly every weekend so this should be interesting ...

Great hearing from all of you ...
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 07:49 AM
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The vitamin C needs to be completey dissolved in distilled water. Also the powdered C I have is ascorbic acid only. Many C pills have Rosehips or other things added. I recommend pure ascorbic acid in powder form.
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 08:37 AM
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Firstly, thanks to the OP for posting this.
I had come across this method of making Lipo-C a couple of months ago when researching Zapper devices, but had not really thought any more about it.

I already own an ultrasonic cleaner, so having seen this thread, I thought I might as well give it a try.
Owing to the fact I reside in a Monarchy and our illustrious ruler has given us all an extra day off work, my Lecithin and Vit-C powder will not arrive until later in the week, but I will report back with my results as and when I have them.

I would say that it is worth visiting the link posted a couple of times already in this thread that links you to the racehorse site - it explains a great deal about the encapsulation process, hence highlighting the importance of the ultrasonic cleaner. So here is the link again...racehorseherbal.com...

For those interested in the video I first saw, here it is.
I would point out however, that the guy presenting this video is in the business of selling you stuff, so please ignore the link that gets subtitled onto it at one point.




posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 08:43 AM
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Originally posted by muzzleflash

Originally posted by MegaMind

Originally posted by muzzleflash
I just can't figure out how apes and caveman could have survived so healthy in nature all of these millennium without having anything as a source for vitamins other than the foods/plants growing around them in the forest.


And I am equally unsure about that statement ...


I am.

Let's look at the story of the infamous runner Pheidippides and the battle of Marathon.

How could Pheidippides run like this if he were "unhealthy"?
Come on, Pheidippides ran better and further than 99.9% of modern humans, even some of our best marathon runners! (Of which Pheidippides is honored in, btw).

Now, about cavemen.
How could they have brought down the mighty Mammoth? Had they been "unhealthy"?

They had no animal husbandry, they didn't ride horses in the primordial stone ages, they ran everywhere bare footed.

Also notice, they didn't clean everything up like we do either. They lived dirty lives, therefore their immune systems were strong as a result. They ate the ugly fruits/ veggies with marks on them, why? Because it didn't matter back then before commercialized propaganda of the "perfect food" convinced all of us that food shouldn't have marks or bumps on it.

Trust me I can list a ton of instances of where earlier mankind was far athletically superior to modern (average) mankind in countless ways.

And they did it all without industrial conveniences.



You do know that Pheidippides got to Marathon and allegedly uttered that famous cry 'nike !!!' then dropped down dead.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 09:37 AM
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Originally posted by fastbob72


You do know that Pheidippides got to Marathon and allegedly uttered that famous cry 'nike !!!' then dropped down dead.


You do realize that 99% of the modern population would have died before they ever made it half way?

He was running in the mountains too btw.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:29 AM
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Another thing to be aware of is the increased incidence of KIDNEY STONES for people taking high doses of vitamin C for long periods of time. Of course, I am not a medical doctor and my statements do not constitute medical advice.
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Actually, one of the most effective treatments for kidney stones is ascorbic acid...specifically making your own lemonade with fresh lemons and drinking it several times a day. Myself and three of my family members and my best friend are all on that regimen and it has been amazing.

The danger of consuming excessive amounts of Vitamin C lies in renal patients who have to be dialyzed to filter the blood because they are unable to urinate any longer. The average person is actually deficient in Vitamin C, due to the fact that we excrete large amounts (the portion that our bodies cannot absorb) of it in our urine. People with renal insufficiency of any degree should avoid it in excess because they cannot excrete it. Diarrhea would probably be a side effect for a healthy person for about 2-3 days, and probably longer if the person is chronically dehydrated and not urinating often enough to filter it effectively. But eventually, the body would become used to the increased Ph level. Most of us are far more acidic than the 4.5-5.5 that is usually recommended.

Good call on reminding us that there are always contraindications to everything, including water, in certain individuals. There is not a "one size fits all" dosage of anything, and all things in excess are ill-advised...we would do well to remember that when self-prescribing.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 01:00 PM
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hi. i plan on trying this out, and i'll certainly let you know the results. i'm just posting to add, that cod liver oil is also a lecithin, and could be sonically emulsified around the ascorbic acid the same way the soy or sunflower lecithin is. the point of using the (organic) cod liver oil is to "dank" the nutritional intake of the lipsomal C up, even more. cod liver oil is pretty much a super food. the only problem is, i wouldn't know how to measure accordingly, but i'm a cook, so i'll see what i come up with. i assume the use of the sonic cleaner is because it's actually quieter than a constantly running emulsion blender/normal table blender. otherwise, you can run the two, or even just whisk them together until emulsified for essentially the same results. i understand why you'd want to use the sonic emulsifier though.

anyway i'll try both once i have the supplies and get back, in the mean time, feedback on the cod liver suggestion would be cool and any other simple ways to up the nutritional ante is appreciated.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:41 PM
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Just got finished running all over southern PA picking up ingredients and am gonna make my first batch first thing in the morning.
Would do it now but I'm too tired...LOL
Maybe this will help that.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 03:59 PM
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Interesting. I use fermented cod liver oil and get a very noticeable energy boost from that, AND it also interferes with my sleep if I take it at night before bed. It has a very perk-me-up effect too.

My liquid lecithin is pure and plain. It's just a liquid goop. Very sticky. Someone else compared it to wax, and I agree. It's hard to clean off of things.

I will let you guys know my results trying the second recipe/ method.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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Here in the US, there is a store called Big Lots that sells a few different brands of coconut water and coconut milk for next to nothing, sometimes 4 for $1. Wal-Mart (urgh) also has glass bottles of it for $1 that contain two servings. Drinking this often will help easily balance the body's pH, and is a natural preventative of kidney stones.

Just thought I'd throw that out there, since people are worrying about acidification and kidney stones.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 06:37 PM
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You know...I'd rather do Screwed's idea with the Apple Cider Vinegar than coconut water.
That stuff is nasty!
Yes I know ACV is no walk in a park either.
Unless you know of a flavored kind that's tolerable...



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