Making Your Very Own Liposomal Vitamin C

Liposomal Vitamin C

Are you interested in making your own Liposomal Vitamin C, but are you not sure how to go about it? Below is a stellar recipe to make your very own Liposomal Vitamin C!

Liposomal Vitamin C is very effective if you want to support your health, boost your immune system and treat e.g. leaky gut. Vitamin C is one of the most widely recognized and used anti-oxidants in the world and plays an important role in the health and function of the immune cells.

Vitamin C also plays an important role in the production of collagen which is the major constituent in ligaments, bones, discs, tendons and skin. High dose vitamin C has been shown to improve the healing process of burns, cuts, wounds, sprains/strains and broken bones. It is also extremely important for the health of the eyes and many experts believe that as little as 1,000 mg of liposomal vitamin C daily may stop cataracts all together.

For this recipe, you’ll need non-GMO and non-synthetic ingredients. You can find both Acerola Powder and Sunflower Deoiled Lecithin Powder in our webshop. In addition, you need a Ultra Sonic Machine. Depending on the size of your Ultra Sonic Machine, you might want to alter the quantities a little bit.

Ok, let’s get started!


1 Glass or wooden spoon (do not use metal)
1 tablespoon measurement
Two 8 ounce Mason jars
One 16 ounce Mason jar
Raw vitamin C powder
Distilled water
A glass measuring cup
Two blenders or two blender containers
Sunflower lecithin
Ultrasonic machine


Take 3 tablespoons of Acerola powder and put into 8 ounces of distilled water into one mason jar and let it sit and mix it in.
Take 3 tablespoons of Sunflower lecithin and put into 8 ounces of water in one mason jar and let it sit and mix it in.
Blend the 3 tablespoons of Acerola powder/water together in the blender for 30 seconds.
Blend the 3 tablespoons of Lecithin/water in the blender for 30 seconds.
Join the lecithin mixture and Acerola powder mixture and blend for 30 seconds
Then take the liquid and pour into the Ultrasonic machine. Press on. Every time it shuts off at 3 minutes, take your wooden spoon and mix it. Then press it on again.
Once you’ve done 5 cycles of 3 minutes, mix it and pour into a glass measuring cup and then pour into a 16 ounce mason jar.
Take 2 ounces (or as many times as you like but recommending testing it out to see) before bed or when you first wake up on an empty stomach. Give yourself 30-45 minutes before consuming food.
To make it taste sweeter you can chase it with some Kombucha, orange juice, tea or your drink of choice.

6 Reasons Your Dog Needs Sunflower Lecithin

Mr Ros Sunflower Deoiled Lecithin Powder

Sunflower lecithin offers us humans a plethora of benefits for the body, like improved healing and physical performance, better sleep, improvement of memory and cardiovascular function. But did you know that it also offers your pet – be it your cat or dog – health benefits?

But first, let’s talk about what lecithin is

Lecithin is a term given to describe a variety of yellowish or brown fatty substances that naturally occur in a variety of animals and plants. It was originally isolated from egg yolk. These days, lecithin is a popular supplement, especially with regard to improving cholesterol levels and improving the functions of the nervous and circulatory systems.

Lecithin is available in two variations: soy and sunflower. Both are very popular formulations, but they differ slightly from one another.

Sunflower lecithin is the more expensive option due to the differences in production costs and yield. But sunflower lecithin offers many advantages over soy lecithin:

• Sunflower lecithin is extracted without the need for potentially damaging chemical solvents such as acetone and hexane.
• Sunflower lecithin is also processed through a cold press system like the one used to derive olive oil and similar products.
• Sunflower lecithin is the only lecithin which is obtainable both chemical-free and raw.
• Sunflower lecithin is rich in choline and other essential fatty acids such as phosphatidylinositol.
• Some people may develop soy allergies.
• Soy is often genetically engineered.
• There are concerns of elevated estrogen levels by consuming soy and soy lecithin.

So, let’s talk sunflower lecithin for your pet

Sunflower lecithin acts as the body’s emulsifier by helping to dissolve fats and cholesterol. It allows oil and water to interact, and has therefore the ability to keep cholesterol particles in solution while journeying through the arteries. This stops cholesterol from forming hazardous deposits on the walls of blood vessels, which can lead to narrowing or total blockage of the vessel. Furthermore, sunflower lecithin aids in liquefying the deposits that may have already formed.

Sunflower lecithin also helps to metabolize fat in the liver and decreases the risk of liver degeneration. Sunflower lecithin is a vital component of every cell in the body, and found in high concentration in the vital organs such as the brain, heart, liver, and the kidneys. Additionally, it supports the skin, hair, and nervous system.

In the brain, lecithin choline is transformed into acetycholine, which is a vital compound for the transmission of messages from one nerve ending to another. Upon ingestion, the choline derived from sunflower lecithin is absorbed by the brain and aids in memory, thinking ability and muscle control. It also helps with absorption of vitamins A and D in the intestinal tract.

So, in short: soy-free, non-GMO organic Sunflower Lecithin is known to:

• Emulsify cholesterol
• Have a positive effect on memory, clarity and muscle control
• Assist vitamin absorption
• Be oil free
• Support the immune system and healing capabilities
• Coat health

When Should You Use Sunflower Lecithin For Your Pet?

Lecithin is already present in your pet’s body and is essential for the well being of all cells, preventing health problems.

Lecithin may also be found in a number of ingredients such as:

• Egg yolk
• Cabbage
• Split peas
• Cauliflower
• Seeds and nuts
• Fish eggs
• Organic meat
• Animal brain (i.e. chicken and sheep)
• Animal liver and kidneys

But if not consumed in sufficient amounts, your pet may easily be affected by viruses and diseases. Lecithin provides immune system support and can help when your pet is recuperating after a disease or a surgery. Lecithin also supports a healthy, shiny coat.

For dogs specifically, lecithin may be administered as a supplement for dogs that are preparing to start a training course or are on a training course. Studies have shown that lecithin improves memory and orientation and should be beneficial when your pet is learning commands and other tricks.

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