ok tomorrow is monday and im gonna go and get me a cheap blender...
i would buy a jewelery cleaner but id rather get a blender bcuz i will be able to use it later on while the jewelery cleaner i would just use for making the vit.c
i have 2 more questions please if someone could tell me for the bicarbonate of soda if i should use it or not in my liposomal vitamin c? and can i use bottled water(i dont know how to get ''distilled'' water ) ???
now I am looking again. our product says calcium ascorbate? that is a buffered vitamin c I believe. Generally the lipsomal c recipe calls for ascorbic acid. C only needs to be buffered with calcium for those who get stomach upsets from ascorbic acid.. But that should not be a problem with lipsomal at all.
Will it work as well? I just dont know.. but I wonder if carrying calcium ascorbate in via lipsomal form is what you really want. I just dont know about moving calcium into you in this manner.
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First, the unqualified term "vitamin C" should be qualified as ascorbic acid, sodium asecorbate, calcium ascorbate, etc. This is very important. (Please make it policy that all references to vitamin C when it is used in a treatment specify the type of ascorbate used. Otherwise, it will cause confusion.)
i just copied it from a site i was reading,for any other poor souls out there...
Seems L-ascorbic acid is the same thing as ascorbic acid so it should be OK.The L part is really a part of the official name.
I hope it works out with the blender. I haven't read about using a blender to make this... but it could be there.. I often read things quickly and miss stuff If Im not going to be taking on the project myself.
the blender should be fine as it says in the video you posted and i read on the net about lip.vit.c and it should be fine,the only thing im missing now is the distillled water (i fell asleep today after getting the vit c. and the blender, and didnt get any :P )