12 Oct Q: How do you view the efficacy of a liposomal Vitamin C in dosage.
A: Liposomal vitamin C may be well absorbed in the bloodstream. The thing about IV Vitamin C that’s different is that you can get a blood concentration that you really can’t get by any other means. Just how much is in your blood. And it’s not a matter of that blood concentration being there for long periods of time, or many times a day, it’s just for the course of a few hours, you’ve got this blood level that is so high, the virus just cannot maintain its activity. It just inhibits replication, and speeds elimination of the virus, and it doesn’t seem to have the same effect when it’s taken by other means. Probably because you just can’t get the same blood levels, and that’s also true for liposomal. In the case of IV, for example, you could be getting 50 to 100,000 milligrams just straight in the bloodstream. In liposomal, you’re looking at a few hundred milligrams, and it’s a good thing, but you can’t achieve same concentration. So that’s the big difference.