posted on Jan, 8 2013 @ 01:11 AM
reply to post by coldkidc
Your process seems very close to the process I use. Almost identical. The C I use is pure ascorbic acid - nothing extra.
1. one cup of water in a clear glass with 1 tablespoon ascorbic acid - stir until the ascorbic acid is fully disolved.
2. bring slightly more than a cup of water to near boil (just starts to steam) in a stainless pot. I've read that microwaves do weird things to
water, so I always use either a stainless pan, or a glass pan.
3. put 1 cup of hot water and 3 tablespoons Lecithin into the blender. I read that another user allows the lecithin to soak in the water for 20
minutes before blending and I'm going to try that with the next batch. Blend until the chunks are super small.
4. mix in the ascorbic acid water and continue blending until it has a nice head on it (bubbles)
5. pour it into the jewelry cleaner and keep it running until the bubbles are gone - stir occasionally/frequently.
Once the bubbles are gone, I pour it into a mason jar and put it in the fridge. Even after several days in the refrigerator - I get no particles
settling at the bottom of the jar.
It's fairly nasty taken straight, so we mix into a glass of tang.
My wife and I have been taking 1/2 ounce (2 tablespoons) in the morning, and my son takes 1/4 ounce (1 tablespoon) in the morning.
8-1-2013 by stutteringp0et because: (no reason given)
edit on 8-1-2013 by stutteringp0et because: (no reason given)