Are there any age restrictions on taking Lipsomil Vit C?
This stuff is great fro hangovers.
...A good rule of thumb for daily supplemental Vitamin C intake is 1000 mg for every 50 pounds of body weight.
This is maintenance dosage, and when supplemental Vitamin C is taken daily, the number of colds and general infections experienced is greatly reduced. I have had numerous patients who said they would always get one or two colds a year, and then go eight or ten years without one once Vitamin C was begun at the recommended dosage level.
Supplementing your child on Vitamin C will save a lot of missed school time, and make parenting much easier. It is also a smart habit to start when the children are in their formative years.
An orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Robert Cathcart, established that the safe upper limit for Vitamin C intake was consistent with diarrhea and/or painful abdominal gas. This he named the “Cathcart point” or “bowel recognition.” His protocol for ear infections, sore throats, etc., is:
on day one, take 1000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake;
on day two, take 2000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake; and
on day three, take 3000 mg of Vitamin C every hour while awake.
The problem with C is that if you have certain types of arthritis like I do, is it causes joint pain to significantly increase, and I didn't realize you had to rinse your mouth from the powder mixed in drinks, and harmed my teeth. I'm not sure this isn't a campaign to harm people. I would like to hear the results of many many people taking it in the powdered form, how they do it, in what medium, juice/water? I was taking vitamin C foundation, non GMO, non China, Ron Pauling stuff. It was good grade C powder, and so I'd like to know how others take this, do dental care and if it affects anyone else with arthritis. Have been avoiding C for 2 years now.
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Well my experience put me off, but when you share that result, Im going to give this a try once more using the other delivery method. I just ordered an ultrasonic machine from amazon, it wasnt the most expensive one, but one of the reviews said they used it for making the liposomal vitamin c. Now with my own condition, including gout this may or may not help, but going to try. However will be getting this for rest of the family as well, so its not just me.edit on 20-2-2014 by Unity_99 because: (no reason given)
originally posted by: D1ss1dent
Personally, I'm against taking OTC vitamin C pills and reluctant to take liposomal vitamin C (as it's supposedly made with powder). I'm more inclined to take what mother nature gives us, naturally, so I've recently started to eat parsley (Full of vitamin C) and drinking infusions of this incredible plant and my health is MUCH more better than before...