Amount to Take: Start with one ounce a day, increase if needed.
IMPORTANT UPDATE - Remember to soak the lecithin granules for 3 - 4 hours before blending with the Vitamin C. With liquid lecithin, use 50% less, no soaking required.
Liposomal Encapsulated C Recipes
1 cup water plus 3 tbsp lecithin (soak 3-4 hours, stirring occasionally)
1/2 cup water plus 1 tbsp ascorbic acid
2 cups water plus 6 tbsp non-GMO lecithin. (soak 3-4 hours, stirring occasionally)
1 cup warm water plus 2 tbsp ascorbic acid USP. Mix well to dissolve fully.
3 cups water
9 tbsp lecithin (57g) (soak 3-4 hours, stirring occasionally)
1.5 cups water
3 tbsp ascorbic acid (45 g)
4 cups water
12 tbsp lecithin 75 g (soak 3-4 hours, stirring occasionally)
2 cups water
4 tbsp ascorbic acid 60 g
Put both liquids into blender and blend at high speed for at least one minute.
Pour into ultrasonic cleaner and run for at least 6 minutes. Longer is fine if you wish. Stir with a large plastic straw or spoon while running the ultrasonic cleaner. Pour into a clean glass or HDPE container and refrigerate.
1. The heater on my ultrasonic cleaner (now an iSonic 4810) seems to cause the lecithin to form a sludge right over the heater area on the bottom of the cleaner tank. I do not use the heater any more.
2. You can try pure sodium ascorbate powder if you wish. It is not quite as strong, but gives a buffered vitamin C result with no acidic taste. The taste is distinctive, and I do not like it, but it is fine for many people.