High Dose Vitamin C Recipe

High Dose Vitamin C can be made at home.

If you are at a stage in your healing journey where you have the ability to focus your attention energy and time towards making your own Liposomal Vitamin C, then I fully encourage you to give this recipe a go. It is the best recipe I have come across on the web and the one I use for my own product. Don’t skip any steps or move through them too quickly.

Due to the type of cancer I was diagnosed with and for the great care I take of my liver, I make the above high dose vitamin c  recipe http://qualityliposomalc.com/ without alcohol and I only ever make it with  non-gmo sunflower lecithin, never soy. I use a borosilicate glass beaker suspended in a large powerful ultra sonic cleaner to degas after blending and for creating the liposomes.

I recommend you read everything on the recipe website: http://qualityliposomalc.com/ website before getting started with making your own liposomal vitamin C. Have the Quality Liposomal C website at hand to double check your understanding as you proceed with the process.
I bought my Australian made ultrasonic cleaner from Jake and Lyn at Unisonics. They have been really helpful. My blender is 2L in size and I have a bar fridge turned on very cold, to accommodate the blender or the beaker during the cooling periods.
Homemade liposomal vitamin C recipe utensil

I am constantly checking the temperature of my mix when it’s in the blender and in the beaker. I find that these lipids can change temperature very fast once they pass 25c. I use an infrared thermometer not too different from the one pictured above. This style of temperate reading device can be purchased at Bunnings Australia. It is a very clean way to get temperature readings from the inside and bottom of the blender jug.

Finally, be patient and plan ahead. It takes lots of time and plenty of attention to the process to make good liposomes. And with seasonal weather changes the attention to temperature and timing needs to be handled with extra care too.

With all the steps and all the cooling periods in the quality recipe above, it takes me up to 60 hours to make a batch of  my soy-free and alcohol-free liposomal vitamin C. Within that total period of time, I’m actively involved in the making process for many  hours. I do understand that not everyone’s energy, or weekly healing routine is the same as mine, and not everyone’s schedule will align with the time needed to complete this recipe, this week. I do encourage you however to bookmark this page, so that if and when you are ready to give it a go or you decide it might suit a friend who is looking for healing support- it’s here at your finger tips.

Wishing you all the very best for a joy-full recovery!

p.s If you are keen to try a 50ml sample of my soy-free and alcohol-free liposomal vitamin C before investing in the equipment and ingredients to make this recipe click here