A landmark 2005 study published in the proceedings of the US National Academy of Sciences highlights the fact that Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) should be explored as a highly safe and potent agent in the treatment of cancer.
“Our data show that ascorbic acid (Vitamin C) selectively killed cancer but not normal cells, using concentrations that could only be achieved by i.v. administration and conditions that reflect potential clinical use… Because i.v. ascorbate is easily available to people who seek it, a phase I safety trail in patients with advanced cancer is justified and underway.(September 12, 2005; Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA;10.1073/pnas.0506390102)
Vitamin C in Infectious Disease
60 acute cases of poliomyelitis – for the first 24 hours, 1 to 2 grams (based on age) of Vitamin C was administered every second to fourth hour. For the following 48 hour period the 1 to 2 gram dosage was given only every sixth hour. With all 60 patients diagnosed “clinically well” within 72 hours from the commencement of treatment. Six cases of virus encephalitis were similarly treated with Vitamin C injections, & all without exception made dramatic recoveries. Diphtheria patients were treated using the same intensive treatment method and fully recovered “in half the time required to remove the membrane and get negative smears by antitixin.
(F. Klenner; The Treatment of Poliomyetitis and Other Virus Diseases with Vitamin c; Southern Medicine and Surgery. Vol. 111, 1949,pp. 209214)
Second, even when people consume it, there’s always possibility of leaking. The vitamin can’ be absorbed right into the blood stream because it tends to lose along the way during digestive procedure. Not only some of the substance will be destroyed by the digestives acids, some of it may be secreted in the urine. But when people consume liposomal vitamin C, the liposome will protect the vitamin C content so it can be absorbed fully in the blood stream when it is in the small intestines. When people consume the regular vitamin C, the absorption rate may be only about 16-20%. But in liposomal form, the absorption can reach about 93-100%. Moreover, we must use Vitamin C in its original chemical structure created from nature to get is fully healing potential (story of Alan Smith, New Zealand). Acerola Berry has the highest known natural vitamin C in any food source to this date.
The main complaint with taking Vitamin C is the stomach distress and diarrhea when taking Therapeutic doses of Vitamin C. Leading many to take i.v. intravenous ascorbate Vitamin C from their doctor in the 25, 50, 100 gram doses ranging from $75,$100-$200 dollars per visit. Intravenous Vitamin C from the ascorbate is only 70% effective in absorption into the blood, plus, again if not careful, from a synthetic source not a food grade which is only 1/9 of its original chemical components.
How does adding lecithin (phospholipid) help the body absorb vitamin c better? The lipid encapsulates the vitamin C to pass through the stomach into the small intestines then broken down by the bile salts stored in the gallbladder made from the liver. The whole point of having liposomal encapsulation is to cover the vitamin C with phospholipid membrane that can protect the vitamin C from being leaking or destroyed by digestive acids. The phospholipid need to form certain very small encasing bubbles (or the liposome) in the water based solution. The key to this process is to make sure that the liposome will protect and cover whatever water solution it is in. All people need to purchase is ultrasonic cleaner, lecithin (Soy, Non-GMO, or Sunflower), and vitamin C (Acerola Berry) dissolve into a liquid form in order to make their home-made liposomal substance.