Originally posted by scriptd
Just out of curiosity, has anyone else noticed any bad side effects to taking this stuff? I noticed that when I take 2oz at a time, I get a
warming/sore sensation in my heart. Almost like the feeling you get after a really hard workout. This has prompted me to take a break for a couple
I got the same thing today. I've complained to my doctor about it before but he calls it muscle pains. I don't know if I can attribute it to my (as
of the last 2 days) high intake of the liposomal vitamin c. I haven't noticed any other side-effects or benefits so far.
From what I've gathered of info about the device, I can't see how it could provoke it, unless it is somehow related to the lecithin?
"Q - Can ultrasonics cause damage to hearing? Are there any other effects on the body?
Ultrasonic cleaning equipment utilizes high energy sound waves at frequencies above those audible to
humans to enhance the chemical and mechanical cleaning effects of liquids. The ultrasonic energy,
although high in power, has no measurable impact on human auditory senses - in fact, there are no
established time weighted average exposure limits for frequencies above 20kHz (20,000 cycles per
second) . The frequencies of concern are the audible sub-harmonics of the ultrasonic primary frequency.
These are produced due to sympathetic resonance of various components of the ultrasonic equipment
which may include the cleaning tank, the enclosure panels, lids and other features. Pumps, blowers, and
other ancillary equipment also contribute to the overall noise produced by the unit. In that regard,
ultrasonic cleaning equipment is no different than a machine tool or any other piece of equipment found in
the industrial environment. Ultrasound of the intensity that can be transmitted through the air has no
known effect on body tissue. Ultrasound, in fact, is commonly used for imaging of the human body."
Lecithin and the Heart
One of the main benefits of lecithin is its ability to keep fats and cholesterol water-soluble while they are transported through the bloodstream.
When lecithin is in the bloodstream, it promotes the movement of cholesterol and fats, which prevents these substances from sticking to artery walls.
By inhibiting the accumulation of cholesterol against artery walls, lecithin helps maintain a healthy cardiovascular system. Drugs.com reports that
lecithin may also be able to lower high cholesterol levels in people with excess cholesterol accumulation."
So nothing alarming about heart health, on the contrary.., although I experienced what I suspect is the same as you.