Liposomal vitamin C 3000mg high-dose but low price

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High-dose liposomal vitamin C 3000 mg

While numerous reports on Vitamin C as the powerful antioxidant and ‘magic bullet’ of alternative cancer therapy and other serious diseases are to be found on the internet, we would like to introduce you to a form of high-dose vitamin C for a low price still largely unknown in Europe…


If you are interested in a natural form of liposomal vitamin C without synthetic ascorbic acid, please read more about that on natural liposomal acerola cherries.

But if you are already familiar with liposomal products, here is the direct link to our online shop.

What exactly is liposomal vitamin C ?

A liposome is a tiny bubble (vesicle) made out of the same material as a cell membrane. Liposomes can be filled with drugs and used to deliver drugs (or vitamins) for cancer and other diseases. The term liposomal is used to describe the encapsulation in a lipid form. In the case of vit. C, minute amounts of vit. C are covered by a lipid layer having a thickness in the nanometer range, thus completely wrapping the vitamin.

This way, the vitamin’s bioavailability (= the fraction of the administered dose the body can make use of) is in­creased by a factor of 3 to 5. As is evident from numerous scientific studies, our body’s need for vit. C as a treatment for serious diseases and infections and as a antioxidant exceeds manifold the previously assumed amounts.

Until recently, the only way to administer such amounts to our body has been the direct transfer to the bloodstream by means of intravenous infusions. With liposomal vitamin C, an oral administration is now possible which achieves an equally high efficacy!

The nanotechnology-engineered liposome we offer is very well received by the body, as the lipid has the same structure as the cell wall.

This image sequence illustrates the history of a liposome from its creation to its fulfilment of its aim.

To start, click on the image at the left.

What are the properties of 'LipoLab' vitamin C?

How effective are the various forms of administration of vitamin C?

Here is a comparison of the efficacy / bioavailability of the different forms of administration of vit. C:

Form of administrationAmount [mg]Bioavailability [mg]Bioavailability [%]
oral adm.: tablets, fizzy tablets, capsules, liquids100050 - 1505 - 15
IV infusion1000600 - 70060 - 70
oral adm.: liposomal form 1000900 - 95090 - 95

How is vitamin C processed by the body?

oral adm.: tablets, fizzy tablets, capsules, liquidsFirst enters the gastrointestinal tract where the vitamins unfortunately suffers damage and is greatly reduced by the stomach acid. The small residue is then absorbed in the small intestine, then carriers take it into the blood stream and from there into the cells.
IV-InfusionAlthough the vitamin passes directly into the bloodstream, it but must be converted and taken by carriers to the cells first. This uses up energy and thus reduces the efficacy / bioavailability.
oral adm.: liposomal formPasses unscathed through the stomach and directly into the small intestine. Due to the special structure of the liposome, it penetrates the small intestine easily and is immediately released into the bloodstream, from where it then reaches the cells.
Liposomal vitamin C 'from up close'

micro_4The image shows the tiny little liposomes under microscopic magnification.

Quality of liposomal vitamin C

The best protein suitable for encapsulation is that of lecithin. However, there is a problem: The kind of lecithin usually available on the market is made from GMO soy. By contrast, the lecithin in our products is made from organic, GMO-free sunflowers.

The true quality of a liposomal product is measured in terms of the size of its nanoparticles (the smaller the better but not smaller than 50nm), because only the tiny nanoparticles (in our case the encapsulated vitamin C) can be directly absorbed by our cells! See page Guarantee for measurements.

Another ingredient is the so-called phosphatidylcholine which is considered to be an essential part of such a product. Each serving of our liposomal vitamin C contains 1,800 mg of phosphatidylcholine.

There are some internet video clips that teach you how to make liposomal vit. C at home, but the result does not have the high efficacy / bio­availa­bility of the professionally nano-manufactured liposome. However, homemade liposome is maybe suitable for preventing diseases such as the flu, or minor in­fec­tions. Here you can read more about homemade liposomal vitamin C.

Liposome intake

The product can be mixed with cold beverages to make it more tasty, such as fruit juices. If the daily dose is to be more than one measuring cup (for treating infections, starting flu etc.), we recommend repeated intakes 2-3 hours apart to achieve a steady blood saturation. The dosage may vary depending on the disease. When full saturation is reached, liposomal vit. C acts as a diuretic, which is reflected in an urge to urinate. In this case, the dosage can simply be reduced.

You can find more information on Liposomal vitamin C, effects and dosage.


Content: Distilled water, lecithin, ascorbic acid, phosphatidylcholine, stevia, natural flavoring.
(Before use shake bottle well)

15 ml liposomal Vitamin C contain:

  • Vitamin C 3000 mg
  • Phosphatidylcholin 1800 mg
  • Fat 3 g
  • Saturated fats 0 g
  • Energy 27 kcal / 113 kj

Unique to our product, it contains a whopping 3,000 mg of pure liposomal vitamin C per serving (15 ml in the measuring cup supplied) with a share of over 1200 mg of phosphatidylcholine.
Usually, the market offers packages of 30 sachets containing 1,000 mg each, adding up to a mere 30 g, while with our product you get 3 times as much, namely, 96 g of pure liposomal vitamin C. The product comes in 500 ml bottles.

When not to take liposomal vitamin C

Nierenschwaeche-kein-vitamin-c According to research to date, there is really only one reason for which you should not take liposomal vitamin C (or at least be careful):
In acute kidney inflammation or if you have a chronic kidney condition such as renal insufficiency etc., you should not overdose on such a product (if taking it at all). The kidney could suffer damage in this case. However, if in doubt, please consult your doctor.
More valuable information can be found at application and dosage.