posted on Jun, 25 2013 @ 03:31 PM
Estimated absorption from orally taken ordinary Vitamin C: 16%.
Estimated absorption from venous (shots of) Vitamin C: 30%.
Estimated absoprtion from liposomic Vitamin C: 90%.
Liposomal reaches the tissues faster than even venous injection.
Many illnesses deplete body tissues of ascorbic acid. This can happen in just one or more areas and is not reflected in the blood. When this happens
suddenly and extremely, it can be fatal. Many of the end-stage symptoms of diseases that people die of are not coincidentally identical to sudden
The lecithin used in Liposomal C creates tiny little molecular spheres that hold the AA inside. The liver and intestines handle the lecithin, which is
used to create cellular membranes, by sending it to the tissues of the body. The local macrophages break the spheres apart "to use their bricks for
rebuilding locally" you might say. When this happens, the ascorbic acid in the sphere is then released into those tissues. That is how it works and
why the liposomal version goes so quickly to tissues and in such high percentage.
Perhaps this was already said but I felt it would have been the final info to the awesome initial post on Vitamin C.