Liposomal vitamin C

This recipe make a super absorbable  vitamin C mixture. This is what I have been using and have had great results.

Disclaimer:  I am not a doctor and you should consult a medical professional for proper use and administration.  Use at your own risk. This information is provided of entertainment and informational purposes only.

Original source:
http://www.racehorseherbal.com/let.html

Our vitamin C Liposomal encapsulation protocol is as follows:

Using a small (2 cup) ultrasonic cleaner, like the ones sold at Harbor Freight for around $30.00, we performed the following:

1.   Dissolved 3 level tablespoons (approx 24g) of soy lecithin in 1 cup (240 ml or 240 grams) of distilled water.

2.   Dissolved 1 level tablespoon (approx 14g) of ascorbic acid powder (vitamin c) in half a cup (120 ml or 120 grams) of distilled water.

3.   Poured both solutions together in the ultrasonic cleaner bowl and turned the unit on. Using a plastic straw (leaving the top of the cleaner open) gently, slowly, stirred the contents. Note: The cleaner will automatically self-stop every 2 minutes. Just push the ON button to continue. Repeat for a total of 3 series or 6 minutes total. By that time the entire solution should be blended into a cloudy, homogeneous, milk-like mixture. The LET solution is now formed.

4.   This protocol furnishes about 12 grams (12,000 mg) of vitamin C product at 70% encapsulation efficiency or 8,400 mg of the LET type. This solution will keep at room temperature for 3-4 days. Refrigerated, it will keep much longer. So approximately 30 ml or 1 oz of this final solution should give you approximately 1 gram of Lipo-C.

—————————————————————————-
Additional notes

I premix the mixture in a blender for about a minute then put into the ultrasonic.

After I’m done I put back in the blender and put in 1/2 teaspoon of Vanilla  to make it taste better or else it just tastes like fat.

I Usually take small doses about 2-4 oz at a time because if you take all at once you may get an intestinal reaction producing lots of gas and such.  A normal reaction to large vitamin C doses.

I am currently using sunflower lecithin.

Always use Non-GMO products

Below are the products I use.  It would help in support in support of this web site  if you used the links below.

 

Password Security Tip

How can we make passwords memorable AND uncrackable, it is password haystacking. You know the phrase it’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack; well the same method applies by hiding your password with a prefix and suffix pattern.  We know length is the most important element in supporting an uncrackable password, well at least in our life time.  It is a process of using some phrase that has meaning to you and hiding it with a creative pattern.

Example password creation:  I Played College BasketBall MNumber Was34. IPCBBMNw34

 

Example pattern creation:  Used the number 3 and 4 on the keyboard to start the prefix and suffix pattern, that you would remember easily,#$#$//IPCBBMNw34\#$#$ this gives a memorable and uncrackable password.

More can be found at: https://www.cybrary.it/0p3n/use-password-haystacking/

Draws and Shelf

I needed some storage next to my desk, so I decided to build a cabinet with draws and a couple of shelves.

I picked up premade draws from LeeValley. for the draws and then decided to put a couple of shelves on the back half of the unit for additional storage.

IMG_1961IMG_1962 IMG_1963

 

Aircraft Emergency Kit

A continuation of the After the Crash presentation put on by the AOPA. This is my rendition of what should be included in your Aircraft Emergency Kit.

www.richardsiena.com
Links mentioned in the video.
• https://www.adventuremedicalkits.com/
• http://www.selfrelianceoutfitters.com/trail-pro-cook-set/
• http://www.eattheweeds.com/
• http://www.survivalistboards.com/
• http://www.simplesurvival.net/
• http://meditationexpert.com/RadiationDetox/
• http://home.nra.org/
• http://www.wolton.net/quake.html
• http://m.fema.gov/
• http://www.ready.gov/
• http://www.nyc.gov/html/oem/html/get_prepared/ready.shtml
• http://www.bt.cdc.gov/
• http://www.nassaucountyny.gov/1622/Community-Emergency-Response-Team-CERT
• http://www.berkeywater.com/
• http://www.cert-kits.com/
• https://www.survivalkit.com/
• http://www.sportsmansguide.com/
• http://www.selfrelianceoutfitters.com/
• http://www.vtarmynavy.com/index.php
• http://www.loadup.com/
• http://www.equipped.org/

I am available for live presentation for your organization.

Organization Part 1

What would you do with a garage packed with stuff and a workshop?
Would it be helpful to know what I did / am doing?

 

I have been making stuff for as long as I can remember.  Be it woodworking, electronics or anything in between. But recently anytime I needed to do a project finding room to work on the project was so overwhelming, due to the pile up of stuff, I often put it off or did not do the project. Which I find really annoying. So a couple of weekends ago  I decided to clean and reorganize the garage / workshop. Part of the problem with the build up of disorganization was the fact that we were doing about 30 trade shows a year, all of which are on the weekend. When you finally get a day off your so burnt that you need time just to recharge.  We have now but back a lot of the shows and are doing about 15 or so and cutting out all of the bad ones.  Which the way the shows have been going is not hard to see which ones are no good.

 

To accomplish this daunting task I decided to do a little at a time so it would not be so overwhelming. So I started with the main bench and decided to work there and go through the stuff on the bench and organize or get rid of.  In that one section I ended up throwing away two pails worth of stuff. So I stated going around the room in a circle.  The first weekend I spent about 5 hours cleaning the bench.  I also wanted to work on mounting a prop I made when I was about 8.  More on that at another time.

 

The second weekend I spent part of Saturday working on the next part of the circle. Part of what I did was organize and store away items into appropriate areas.  I have an upstairs to the garage and moved some stuff up to “long term storage” for things not used often but are more of inventory for things as projects come up or items that were left over from other projects. I decided to tackle the rest at a later date.  So naturally on Sunday I said well I’ll just do a little, 6 hours later, three pails of garbage plus some items to recyclable. It turned out be be very satisfying as well as being able to get in and out without having to climb over things. I put things in a recycle bin and go down and sell the parts a couple of times a year.  I first started this when my son needed to fund his Eagle project.  Most of the project funds were from this recycled junk around the house. I recommend that you do the same.  It was amazing how many old computers I had. Striped each one is worth a few dollars. So now all metal, electronics and other items get striped sorted and recycled.

 

I have about another third of the garage to go and then I’m done with the first pass. The second pass is to organize and “redecorate”. But I did get the mounting project done and is now hanging on the wall in my office. Hopefully more redecorating next week. I also did a quick repair of a Radio Flyer Wagon that went up on Craigslist.  I found a few other items that are going up there and eBay shortly.

 

My family linage is that of designers from Italy. My grandfather was an artist from Italy who came to the states under mysterious circumstances. He was from Padova, Italy, where some of the family stills lives today.  One of them has a house which borders the original Mote of the city from the middle ages.  My grandfather had designed the post office and some other things in Padova which can still be seen today.  After coming to the states, my grandfather opened up a high end furniture company in NYC employing somewhere between 30 and 50 people. My uncle continued the business but it become a custom interior design shop taking commissions on some spectacular pieces of furniture. My cousin has continued the business and does amazing work.

 

I had shop in my basement when I was a kid and got a lot of experience designing and construing furniture, building garages and other structures. I have a picture somewhere of me, my sister and my father on top of the roof of our garage putting on the roofing tiles. I think I was 6.  Today child protective services would probably arrest you for allowing your kids to be on the roof. We didn’t think anything of it and it was fun.

 

I still have some of my grandfathers tools in my shop today. It is amazing that they are still in great shape. A good tool will last many lifetimes. In my shop I have a modified Powermatic Contractors Table Saw, Drill press a couple of routers, and a bunch of other hand power tools. The task I have in front of me is to organize the space so it is functional, so I can actually build stuff, and organized so everything has a place and can be located easily. It’s no fun spending a hour looking for a tool, especially when you have limited time to work on projects.

 

One of the items I got from my farther was  a work bench, which I believe my grandfather must have made, but I have no way to verify it. The table shows its age and looks like it was stained, which is not surprising if grandpa made it. I want to give it a nice sanding to bring back the natural wood color and give it a usable finish. Probably a boiled linseed oil finish.  I seem to remember my high school shop class conditioning the workbenches with linseed oil at the end of the year. Some searching around the Internet and confirmed that this would be a good finish to use.

 

More to come.
Share This