Liposomal Vitamin C, Dosage and Effects

Here, we turn to the topics of liposomal vitamin C: dosage, effects, blood saturation and other general information on the vitamin. However, liposomal vitamin C does not act the same way in everyone; therefore, the dosage should be adjusted individually.

Liposomal vitamin C: dosage and effects, blood liposomal viatmin c effects and dosagesaturation

  • Vitamin C is a very powerful antioxidant. Many diseases originate from ‘oxidative stress’ (even in autoimmune diseases, such as lupus SLE, vitamin C may help), which vitamin C can fight by neutralizing free radicals.
  • Vitamin C has an antitoxic effect in poisoning of any kind, from insect stings to snake bites, but also bacterial and viral secondary poisoning can be successfully treated with it. It is also used in sepsis (blood poisoning), or when side effects of chemical drugs, e.g. chemotherapy, stress the body. Vit. C is also successfully used in heavy metal poisoning.
  • There are no viruses known to us, which vit. C cannot successfully fight – quite contrary to what is known in conventional medicine. Yes, even severe life-threatening fungal poisoning can be neutralized with vit. C, but only if the vitamin is immediately administered intravenously. In cases of poisoning that do not require immediate life-sustaining treatment, high-dose liposomal vitamin C can be used.


What can’t it do?

For example, if irreparable damage to tissues has been caused by poisoning, vit. C cannot accomplish a cure.

Cure for cancer?

In high doses, vit. C has been used for some time as an alternative cancer therapy. It has been found that at high doses, most cancer cells are very sensitive to vit. C and regress. One reason known so far is that vit. C has a similar structure to glucose (sugar). Since cancer cells crave sugar and need it to build and multiply, vit. C is absorbed by them.

So what exactly is happening?

High-dose vitamin C, in combination with iron levels in the blood, turns into hydrogen peroxide (a prooxidant), which in turn produces oxygen. Since cancer cells can exist only in anaerobic (low-oxygen) climates, the oxygen produced has a toxic effect on these cells, causing them to die. For all healthy cells, the oxygen produced is harmless.

Blood saturation after intake blood saturation Vitamin C

Recently, liposomal vit. C has been used to achieve blood saturation through a lower dosage that was previously only possible with intravenous administration. However, the latter has its disadvantages. With any infusion, there is a risk of infection. Furthermore, it is not easy or possible for everyone to undergo such a procedure. In addition, a suitable physician or therapist must be found who is willing to administer an infusion. This is where liposomal vitamin C comes in. It can be taken conveniently at home or at work, thus ensuring the necessary saturation in the blood, which can never be achieved with conventional doses (tablets, capsules or liquids).


How to take the product of LipoLab

It can be mixed with cold drinks to improve the taste a little. All kinds of fruit juices are suitable for this purpose. In itself, our liposomal products do not taste bad, but they can also be taken diluted or mixed with juices. If the daily dose is to be more than one measuring cup (supplied) (in case of infections, flu, etc.), we recommend repeating the intake after every 3-4 hours. This way a steady blood saturation is achieved. However, the dosage can vary greatly depending on the disease. Once full blood saturation is reached, the vitamin acts as a diuretic, which may be noticeable in an increased urge to urinate. In this case, the dosage should be somewhat reduced.

Dosage of the liposomal product

Liposomal vitamin C: dosage
The following data are to be understood as approximate guide values; they are in no way representative. Since every person reacts differently, large deviations (upwards) are quite possible.

Application for / at Liposomal vitamin C: dose/day in g and ml (measuring cup provided).
Non-smokers: prophylactic approx. 1-2 g / 5-10 ml
Smokers: prophylactic 2-4 g / 10-25 ml
Infectious diseases depending on the degree: 4-8 g / 20-40 ml
Poisoning Depending on degree and hazardousness: 6-12 g / 30-50 ml (Caution with heavy metal poisoning: Jarisch-Herxheimer reaction)
Cancer diseases Depending on stage: 8-20 g / 40-100 ml


Further recommendations:
Please note that liposomal vitamin C (depending on dosage) after ingestion only lingers in the body for about 3 hours and is then excreted. To achieve relatively steady vitamin C saturation (especially during colds or poisoning), take 2-3 doses each day on an empty stomach.

  • Combination with intravenous administration of vitamin C
  • Combination with a helpful diet of raw foods and vegetable juices according to Dr. Gerson
  • Intake of alpha lipoic acid and possibly vit. B17, magnesium, vit. D3, selenium, and Q10



Normally, liposomal vitamin C is very well tolerated. If possible, it should always be taken on an empty stomach. Only after about 20-30 minutes should food be taken. Despite the good tolerance, it may happen that persons with a sensitive stomach experience hyperacidity, which leads to discomfort and burning sensation. To these people we recommend to take raw and freshly squeezed vegetable juices after taking liposomal vitamin C. Especially the juice from green vegetables has a very alkaline effect and can therefore counteract hyperacidity.

For serious diseases such as cancer, autoimmune diseases, etc., we always recommend following a complementary diet based on ‘Gerson Therapy’.