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More efficient than pills and powders, which can be passed as waste. More comfortable - and affordable - than IV injections. Easier on your digestive system than ingesting high dosages from pills or powders. We know the technology better than anyone because we did it first. Lifetime guarantee: 100% refund if you're not absolutely delighted. We follow the most stringent quality control in the industry. The Experts Love LivOn Labs! Thomas E. Levy, MD, JDAuthor of Primal Panacea Carl LanoreHost of Super Human Radio New York TimesNational Magazine Owen fonorowPresident, Vitamin C Foundation Robert D. Milne, MDAuthor of PC Liposomal Encapsulation Technology Maksim ChmerkovskiyChampion Ballroom Dancer and Choreographer & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Sold by Health Media, Inc. and Fulfilled by Amazon. & FREE Shipping on eligible orders. ( FREE Shipping on orders over . DetailsLypo-Spheric Glutathione 30 Packets (Net 6 fl oz) |
450 milligrams Glutathione Per Packet | DetailsLivOn Laboratories Lypo-Spheric R-ALA Supplement, 30 Count, 0.2 Fl Oz ( FREE Shipping. Most ordinary forms of oral Vitamin C, tablets, capsules, powders, liquids and even Vitamin C from your diet, are not processed and absorbed efficiently by your body. As a result, much of this Vitamin C is never transferred into your bloodstream and even less of it makes it into your cells. When you take 1,000 milligrams or more of regular oral Vitamin C, more than half of it is passed as waste by your body.1 Until now... Unlike pills and powders, which are not absorbed efficiently, Lypo Spheric products use liposomes made from Essential Phospholipids to maximize absorption. Phospholipids are primary building blocks of the cellular membrane: the thin, protective wall around each cell in your body. The phospholipid wall functions as a skin for each cell, keeping things in or out. While your body can make some phospholipid compounds on its own, others must be supplied by your diet.
These are called essential phospholipids. Lypo Spheric Vitamin C gives you 1,000 milligrams of Vitamin C AND 1,000 milligrams of Essential Phospholipids in each packet, including Phosphatidylcholine, an important phospholipid required for maintaining a healthy cardiovascular, reproductive, immune, and nervous system. 1Source: NIH Dietary Supplement Fact Sheet: Vitamin C Note: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. 5 x 4 x 4 inches ; Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies) Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues. International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Item model number: LivOn Laboratories Lypo-Spheric Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #383 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
in Health & Personal Care > Vitamins & Dietary Supplements > Vitamins > Vitamin C > C-Complex Legal DisclaimerActual product packaging and materials may contain more and different information than what is shown on our website. We recommend that you do not rely solely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. Please see our full disclaimer below. See questions and answers 5 star76%4 star10%3 star5%2 star3%1 star6%See all verified purchase reviewsTop Customer ReviewsGreat for colds I find the best way to take this vit c is tear off ...saved my dog's lifeI doubt many people are buying this for their pets, but for anyone who is considering it, here is my story.My 19-year-old toy poodle came down with pneumonia. I took her to a vet with an ICU on Friday asking if she could stay with them as an inpatient until Monday morning.As of 8 PM Friday night, the vet thought my dog had at best a 50-50 chance of surviving until Monday morning, even with ICU care.
Finally I made the decision to let her come home and die surrounded by family, in her own bed.We also discussed renting an oxygen tent for the home or purchasing a portable oxygen provider for dogs, but the vet thought the dog would likely be dead before either of those arrived.Dogs make their own vitamin C internally and normally do not need any supplementation, but in acute, emergency cases, some claim it can help if given in massive doses. Having nothing to lose, as she had a high likelihood of dying anyway, I gave her 1 packet of this every 2 hours. By the 5th packet she reached "bowel tolerance"-- meaning, she had reached saturation, causing diarrhea to begin. (She is 3.2 kg, which is 7 lbs.) By that time she was clearly and obviously breathing easier.I then fell asleep and woke up 4 hours later (5 hours after she received the 5th packet). By that time, she had fallen back into labored breathing again.Again, I gave her 1 packet every two hours until she had diarrhea again, and again her breathing improved.
The improvement was marked and very obvious. We repeated this for two days.By the end of the weekend, she was very obviously "out of the woods" and although she was still very, very sick, I could see she was going to survive.Twelve days later, she is now walking around the yard and enjoying the spring.The vet says it is a "miracle." The dog herself acts like nothing whatsoever has happened.To be clear, she was also receiving subcutaneous fluids once a day (which I administered to her at home) to keep her from getting dehydrated, and I also used a vaporizer (Vicks Personal Steam Inhaler) on her, which she hated at first but became able to tolerate whenever the vitamin C kicked in and her breathing passages opened up a bit. Every time the vitamin C wore off, she had a hard time tolerating the vaporizer even for brief periods.One lesson here is that you need to have it ON HAND for use in an emergency. In my case, if I had ordered it even with Prime and waited a day or two for it to arrive, it likely would have been too late.
It expires 18 months after being manufactured, so keep that in mind as well.As for its effects on humans, you can search for "vitamin C New Zealand" (or H1N1 or swine flu) on You Tube and watch a "60 Minutes" TV show episode talking about the use of massive doses of vitamin C. These packets can be seen there in the video.Incidentally, a neighbor with chronic HCV (hepatitis C) knows my dog very well and basically watched this dog with one foot in the grave somehow come back to life. Amazed by this, she immediately purchased a box of this lypo C for herself. She has been combining these with regular vitamin C tablets because the lypoC itself is too expensive to rely on exclusively. 21 packets and 120 vitamin C tablets (60 grams) later (that is her self-reported total after 3 days, taking it to bowel tolerance), she says she suddenly has more energy than she has felt in years and was able to clean her house. Until this time, she was so sick that she was unable to get out of bed and had lost 30 lbs in a year from being unable to eat.
She also says she no longer thinks the lypoC tastes funny, because now her body craves it. So that is a human endorsement I can add. [Edit to add: It is now 1 month later and this neighbor says that her hair used to fall out in clumps from her treatment, and that has now stopped.]Great Vitamin C product, you can feel it... See all customer images Most Recent Customer ReviewsSearch Customer Reviews See and discover other items: vit c Disclaimer: While we work to ensure that product information is correct, on occasion manufacturers may alter their ingredient lists. Actual product packaging and materials may contain more and/or different information than that shown on our Web site. We recommend that you do not solely rely on the information presented and that you always read labels, warnings, and directions before using or consuming a product. For additional information about a product, please contact the manufacturer. Content on this site is for reference purposes and is not intended to substitute for advice given by a physician, pharmacist, or other licensed health-care professional.