It is advisable to discuss Liposomal Vitamin C therapy with your doctor before beginning.
Use in conjunction with natural or traditional medical protocol.

Dr. Mercola: The Benefits of Liposomal Vitamin C

Uses Sunflower Lecithin (& not Soy Lecithin) combined with Sodium Ascorbate.
500ml bottle - R350.00


  1. The body doesn’t produce Vitamin C.
  2. It is estimated that 35% of the population are marginally deficient, while 20% are severely deficient.
  3. To radically increase the absorption & benefits of Vitamin C which is critical to our health.

Liposomal Vitamin C has an up to 90% absorption rate.
Liposomal Vitamin C (LVC) is a technological breakthrough in nutrient assimilation offering incredible health benefits. “Lipo” is Greek for fat while “soma” means body. Liposomes are “nano-size” double layer fat soluble vehicles for carrying nutrients to the body’s cells
LVC passes through the digestive barrier and delivers it directly to the bloodstream & to the cells. Some experts suggest that LVC is superior to IV Vitamin C – which is expensive, invasive and stressful, with sessions usually lasting around two hours. The Liposomal membrane is able to fuse with our cell walls resulting in a lower necessary dosage. LVC isn’t associated with any digestive discomfort, even at high dosages.
Reports say that only 6g of oral Liposomally carried Vitamin C is equal to 50 grams of intravenous vitamin C.

The ‘delivery system’ is the essential benefit of Liposomal Vitamin C.

Much of our biological chemistry is based around water and fat solubility. There are challenges involved with bringing a water soluble nutrient like Vitamin C into a fat soluble matrix of cell membranes. Incompatibility lowers the rate of nutrient uptake and utilization within the cell.
As a water-soluble vitamin, Vitamin C doesn’t penetrate your fat-soluble cells effectively. This lowers your absorption – to approximately 20%. The rest settles in the colon and leads to digestive issues such as cramping and diarrhoea because it attracts too much water.

RESEARCH on Liposomal Vitamin C

Scroll down to research on "High Dose Vitamin C Doubles Effectiveness of Chemotherapy & Radiation" by Dr. Mercola

With the ever mounting evidence for the various benefits of Vitamin C, research on absorption has shown that Liposomal Vitamin C is indeed absorbed much faster than conventional Vitamin C supplements. 6 grams of normal Vit C is equal to 1 gram of LVC.
LVC can raise blood concentrations of Vitamin C to double the amount achievable through supplements or foods, reaching concentrations of 400 umol/ L2. A study showed that 50% of cancer cells are killed at plasma concentrations of 400 umol/ L, which is achievable by liposomal vitamin C2 (in vitro), with higher Vitamin C concentrations above 1000 umol/ L which is only really achievable through IV.
Additionally, LVC aids in the production of hydrogen-peroxide. This essential nutrient is both an anti-oxidant (fighting free radicals) as well as a pro-oxidant (a natural cancer fighter that leaves healthy tissue unharmed).

IV Vitamin C versus Liposomal Vitamin C

Some experts in the field of Vitamin C e.g. Thomas Levy, MD, JD, say that 6 grams of Liposomal Vitamin C is equivalent to 50 grams of intravenous Vitamin C.

Oral Vitamin C acts as an antioxidant to reduce oxidative stress in the body.
The challenge with this form of Vitamin C is that it must travel through the digestive system and is limited by bowel tolerance, reducing the amount of viable Vitamin C for uptake. What ends up happening is that most of your valuable unabsorbed Vitamin C ends up excreted down the drain.
LVC completely skips the destruction that occurs in the digestive system and delivers Vitamin C straight to your circulatory system and to your body’s cells.

Intravenous Vitamin C is a pro-oxidant that helps produce hydrogen peroxide – acting as a chemotherapy type of agent that targets and destroys cancer cells while leaving normal cells unharmed. It prevents the chronic inflammation when mutant cells speeden cancerous tumors.
Intravenous Vitamin C elevates Vitamin C blood levels significantly higher, however, without the liposomal membrane this water soluble Vitamin C is inefficient in its penetration of cellular membranes.


Good For All of Us

Human beings do not produce Vitamin C and need to get it from outside sources. Experts estimate that the population is 35% marginally deficient, while 20% are severely deficient.

*Boosts Immunity & Reduces Inflammation.
This essential nutrient is critical in helping the immune system and improving overall healing process. Plays an important role as an antihistamine and reduces inflammatory conditions associated with colds, fevers, allergies and the flu. Free radicals if left unchecked, is widely known to lead to inflammation, chronic illnesses - diabetes, heart disease, cancer, neurodegenerative disease and arthritic conditions.

*Proven method to fight off aging. Without vitamin C we could not make collagen which explains why there are so many skin products featuring this vitamin. Collagen is the primary compound found in ligaments, tendons, discs, bones and skin. Keeps joints limber.

In *eye health many experts believe that as little as 1,000 mg of liposomal vitamin C daily can stop cataracts.

*Vitamin C is safe and effective for Cancer patients.

Megadose Vitamin C - Nobel Prize winner, Linus Pauling and Dr. Irwin Stone pioneered the concept of orthomolecular medicine which uses megadoses Vitamin C - depending on the person’s illness very high doses 10 to 100 grams or more per day Vitamin C fights off serious illness.
High dose vitamin C is a powerful anti-cancer protocol.

*A powerful antioxidant protecting against cell damage of oxidative stress, Vitamin C empowers the immune system to destroy cancer. White blood cells depend upon Vitamin C to survive and withstand the attack of pathogens and free radicals.
Free radicals (unstable molecules missing an electron) are formed in the production of energy and the oxidative cycle. Vitamin C donates an electron thereby stabilizing cells and neutralizing free radicals from altering cellular metabolism and creating genetic mutations.

High doses of Vitamin C are even more important when cancerous growths already exist within the body. Bypassing the body’s digestive buffers, Liposomal Vitamin C helps the "disease-fighting" white blood cells target and eradicate cancer cells wherever they might be lurking in the body.

According to findings, Vitamin C is highly effective in the treatment of colorectal cancer - particularly of colorectal cancers bearing both KRAS and BRAF gene mutations, which happen to respond quite poorly to conventional therapies − including chemotherapy.

*Improves cardiovascular function & reduces heart disease as it prevents the oxidation of cholesterol in the bloodstream and protects the arterial walls throughout the body e.g. the coronary arteries are most important and under the most stress feeding the heart muscle. Additionally, higher doses of vitamin C can help to lower elevated blood pressure, according to several studies.

*Reduces infections and other forms of oxidative stress that affect these blood vessels.

*Improves lung function and overall oxygenation within the body. Asthmatics tend to have a higher need for vitamin C and doses of 2,000 mg per day lessen the body’s production of histamine and lung associated inflammation.

*Improves efficient brain function and prevention of neurodegeneration. Vitamin C is also important in the synthesis of brain chemicals such as our happy mood neurotransmitter – serotonin. There's connection between stress, burning fat/weight gain and vitamin C deficiency.

*Improves blood sugar stability and is particularly important for individuals with heart disease and diabetes. When blood sugar is elevated and not properly monitored, sugar molecules bind to proteins to form advanced glycolytic end products (AGE’s), which create rampant tissue damaging oxidative stress in the body. A dosage of 1,000-3,000mg per day drives down AGE formation and improves circulation and tissue oxygenation.

Are there any complications with using vitamin C?

One of the contraindications for vitamin C usage is an inherited condition - a glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) enzyme deficiency. In this case a very high dose vitamin C infusions or very high dose liposomal vitamin D could cause hemolytic anemia.

Contraindications would include allergens to the liposomal compounds such as sunflower lecithin. Smaller dosages for pregnant women, young children and those taking blood thinning medications. See doctor's advice on the "Dosage Page".

Vitamin C increases the absorption of iron into the body. Ferritin levels should ideally be no more than 150 (in women) and 250 – 300 (for men). If you are above those levels, donating blood would be a great idea. If iron levels are high, wait 2-3 hours after taking LVC before eating red meat or anything else that is high in iron.


1 Teaspoon of LIPOSOMAL VITAMIN C yields 1000mg Vitamin C

500ml bottle - R350.00

Because the LVC is Freshly made, GM free & without preservatives, Courier costs are added to transport the product quickly to end user's fridge.

2 – 6 Years Old ½ teaspoon per day (double in Winter)
6 – 15 Years Old 1 teaspoon per day (double in Winter)

Adults 1 Tablespoon per day (double in Winter)
Stress/Illness/Fatigue Up to 3 Tablespoons per day

Dosages Chronic Illness/Cancer
If a patient has not had any I/V Vitamin C drips, then the following protocol is advisable:
Week 1 + 2 - Build up from 1 Tablespoon 1x daily to 1Tbs 3 x daily
Week 3 + 4 - Slowly continue to increase 1 Tablespoon 4 x per day. (3 bottles/4 weeks)

We suggest you stagger the dosage and try not to take after 5pm as it could keep you awake.
If a patient has been having i/v Vitamin C drips, then they can begin immediately with the high dosage.

Dosage for Cancer patients varies depending on type, stage, age of patient.
Most cancer patients are on 6 bottles a month.

Anything from 6 to 9 Tablespoons per day - 9 Tablespoons being the maximum dose a patient should take. 9 x Tablespoons per day = Between 6 & 7 Bottles per month.
The sicker and/or more toxic you are, the more free radicals you have in your body, and as a result, the more Vitamin C your body will absorb and use - a sick person can tolerate as much as 10-20 times more.

Vitamin C is well known to reduce toxicity when a patient is going through Chemotherapy.
Note: If a patient is on a high dose of Vitamin C, reduce the dose by half while doing Chemotherapy. One can return to the normal dose as soon as chemo is complete.

The product is made fresh on order and has 4 days in Winter, 3 days in Summer before having to be refrigerated. So we receive the order, make the Liposomal Vitamin C and courier it off to you. On receiving the product it must be refrigerated where it will last for 7 weeks.
TO ORDER: Phone Lindi te Water 021 786 9325.


More and more Doctors encourage the use of Liposomal Vitamin C.
None of the above is prescriptive, merely informational.
Please check with your Doctor regarding your specific health history.
Your Doctor is still in charge of your first line treatment.

"Start low, go slow". This is the best way to get your body used to the protocol and it allows for perfect individualization of dosing.
If a person has concerns about concomitant use with other prescribed medication, it is advised to use separate to this medication and rather add liposomal to food or smoothie or juice.

Starting at a low dose of Liposomal VitC at meals or before, away from any medication, in the morning, and observed over a month is a safe way to go forward. 

Regarding Blood thinners: Monitor regularly. Vit C doesn't block warfarin, it may enhance Aspirin effect. Speak to your doctor .

It has been documented that in exceptionally rare cases LVC could perhaps be a catalyst for kidney stones. But this has never happened even though I have had patients who are more likely to develop renal stones, taking extremely high doses of Vitamin C.

I have a patient on ARVs for HIV who couldn't get their CD4 count up despite no virus detectable in their blood test, addition of Liposomal Vit C, amongst other things, and CD4 is now over 750 (normal).

Antioxidants are not good in those that smoke, while at the same time each cigarette smoked can cause loss of 25mg of body Vitamin C levels (there is some research that shows potential lung problems in smokers)'s all too conflicting.

High Dose Vitamin C Doubles Effectiveness of Chemotherapy & Radiation
by Dr. Mercola

Research has shown Vitamin C is selectively cytotoxic to cancer cells when administered intravenously(IV) or in liposomal form in high doses. The mechanism behind Vitamin C's ability to selectively target cancer cells has to do with the generation of hydrogen peroxide, which is ultimately what kills the cancer cells.
Normal tissues remain unharmed by the high levels of hydrogen peroxide generated because healthy cells have several ways to remove it, thereby preventing build up to toxic levels.
One of the primary pathways of removal is the enzyme catalase, and cells such as cancer cells, with reduced catalase activity are prone to die from excess reactive oxygen species and secondary free radicals when exposed to high amounts of Vitamin C.
Recent research shows that chemotherapy and radiation in combination with High-Dose Vitamin C administration significantly improves the effectiveness of these treatments.
Cancer cells have unstable iron particles (also known as redox active iron molecules), which makes them more vulnerable to oxidative damage caused by High-Dose Vitamin C.
When redox active iron reacts with Vitamin C, the generated hydrogen peroxide and associated free radicals damages and weakens the DNA of the cancer cells, thereby making them more vulnerable and frail to the effects of chemo and radiation.
Reported by Time Magazine: Vitamin C Doubles Survival Rate of Brain Cancer Patients Treated With Radiation.
11 patients with glioblastoma (a highly malignant and aggressive type of brain cancer) received High-Dose Vitamin C IV treatments three times a week for two months, while undergoing radiation therapy, followed by two weekly infusions for another seven months.

Other Ways Vitamin C Benefits Cancer Patients

Aside from the mechanisms already mentioned, High-Dose Vitamin C also benefits cancer by lowering
As a general rule, chronic inflammation is a hallmark of cancer. Research shows that as High-Dose Vitamin C treatment lowers pro-inflammatory cytokines and C-reactive protein, so the inflammatory improvement correlates with a reduction in tumour size and lowering the risk of metastasis. A study done by scientists at the Riordan Clinic (the successors to Linus Pauling and his work on Vitamin C) noted a positive response in 75% of patients.
Research done by scientists at the Lewis Cantley of Weill Cornell Medicine in New York found high doses of Vitamin C help eliminate colorectal cancer cells with certain genetic mutations. Other studies have shown High-Dose Vitamin C can help slow the growth of prostate, pancreatic, liver and colon cancer.
Human studies also show High-Dose Vitamin C can help improve symptoms associated with cancer and cancer treatment e.g. fatigue, nausea, vomiting, pain, loss of appetite and overall quality of life.There is compelling research and anecdotal clinical evidence to support the use of Liposomal Vitamin C to be just as effective, or even more effective, than IV Vitamin C.It certainly is far easier and less expensive to administer.
I think Liposomal C should be in everyone's medicine cabinet and travel kit - high doses of 2 to 5 grams every hour can obliterate most infections.

For Everyone

The body doesn’t produce Vit C, so it has to come from food or be supplemented.
Vitamin C deficiency gives rise to a “general feeling of being unwell” along with tiredness or exhaustion., and eventually to scurvy.
Next time you get the sniffles, consider taking LVC as it is much safer than a flu injection.
Even if you don’t have a chronic condition, use LVC to lower any toxic stress and dramatically improve your health.
If you are under chronic stress or engage in athletic activities like running, weight training, etc. you are likely to have an increased need for Vitamin C.
Your body requires both water-soluble and fat-soluble antioxidants because they target different areas to protect your entire body. Water-soluble vitamins protect “liquid” body parts e.g. blood and cellular fluid. Fat-soluble vitamins make up your cell membranes.

‘Typical’ Liposomal Vitamin C Protocols

An individual with no major symptoms or diagnosis that wants good general health: 1-2 grams is optimal daily.
Extreme athlete or individual with major health challenges: 4-6 grams is optimal. Simply take 2,000 mg, 2-3x daily
In cases of ‘extreme’ disease – like late stage infections, cancer or heart disease: 8-12 grams is optimal. Take 4,000 mg, 2-3 x daily

Case Study of Healing Power of High Dose Vitamin C

New Zealand dairy farmer Alan Smith had a miraculous recovery from a coma induced by leukemia and severe double lung pneumonia. Doctors were ready to pull the plug on him when the family begged them to try high dose IV vitamin C. Alan began showing positive results after the doctors administered 50-100 grams of IV vitamin C.

Unfortunately, the doctors at the hospital who were relatively uneducated on vitamin C were concerned about any possible complications with the high dose IV vitamin C. They dropped the dosage to 2g of vitamin C and Alan began to struggle for survival again. His family began giving him 6 grams of oral liposomal vitamin C and within weeks he was significantly better and was discharged from the hospital.

NEW LIFE Patient Journey

The biggest challenge in life is when your health deteriorates and even more so when you encounter a potential life threatening disease like Cancer. All the emotions of fear, introspection, rejection, acceptance, confusion and understanding sets in. Only once you are over the fear of the diagnosis, do you realise that you have the chance to beat it, and that is where your decision starts as to the path you are going to follow.
For Bev, there was only the healthy living natural route, and she started to arm herself with knowledge and good nutrition. Through her extensive research, one of the protocols she came across was the use of High Dose Vitamin C, documented to be highly effective against any known disease. The problem however, was how to obtain maximum absorption into the body. A very effective method to get a massive dose was Vitamin C IV Therapy (non-toxic alternative cancer treatment), which Bev did for a year until she ran out of money and venous entry points, as she needed to do this daily or several times per week for many weeks.
Then oral Liposomal Vitamin C became popular showing an even higher absorption rate by the cells in the body. Whilst making this for her own treatment, Bev's calling was also to help as many people as possible overcome their health issues at an affordable price.

Common Whole Food Sources of Vitamin C

Oranges, Kiwi, Canteloupe, Papaya, Strawberries, Brussels Sprouts, Broccoli, Cauliflower, Cabbage, Kale and Peppers. “Super foods” with the highest concentration of vitamin C on planet earth are Camu Camu Fruit, Amla (Indian Gooseberry), and Acerola Cherries. In that order.