One patient with glioblastoma still alive nine years later
by rjcrossley on Fri Apr 13, 2012 02:30 AM
A wile a go I got a bad case of the flu I just could not stomach have this and the flu as well, so for five weeks I went off it. But one day I notice I felt pain in one of my testicles , it was getting worse as it was starting to really ache when I felt, the tactical I found there was a small lump. so I went back to having 15 ground up apricot pits a day but after reading about vitamin C I all so also added LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C as well I have read reports that say LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C is As Effective As IV and you can do DIY for Pennies, But in reality I bought a sonic jewelry cleaner for $28.00. Now I make this once a week but every two weeks it cost me about $10.00 for a 125g pack ascorbic acid, and 10.00 for 400g soya lecithin Granules with the LIPOSOMAL ENCAPSULATED VITAMIN C and the 15 aprecot pits .the pain and the lump are now gone let just hope it stays that way All the best Ray
by qualityliposoma on Thu Apr 17, 2014 03:04 PM
Although not directly on topic, I’m trying to get word out about a new process to make significantly higher potency liposomal vitamin C. I’m selling nothing (there are not even ads on the site), I simply want to help people make better liposomal vitamin C.
Here is the link: http://qualityliposomalc.com
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