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Homemade megadose vitamin C (Grandfather University with Dr Peter Couttie)

Prof. Linus Pauling, who won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1954 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962, said the answer to many human ills was ascorbic acid (vitamin C). The pharmaceutical industry and its media cohort have been trying to discredit this ever since, collapsing benign supplement levels of vitamin C and megadose treatment as the same science.In this video Dr Peter Couttie, a 91 year-old orthomolecular practitioner and veterinary surgeon, shows his family how to make megadose vitamin C at home. Thank you to the Couttie family for making this workshop available to everyone.Dr Peter Couttie B.Sc., MRCVS., MACNEM.Bachelor of Science (B.Sc) Member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (MRCVS) Member of Australasian College of Nutritional and Environmental Medicine (MACNEM)Here's the recipeFor this method you require seven main things – a measuring jug, a blender, 1 litre of water, an ultrasonic cleaner, a plastic mixing tool, 1/3 cup of pure sodium ascorbate salt crystals (vitamin C), and 1 cup of sunflower lecithin granules.Measure 700 cubic centimetres of water in your measuring jug. Add 1 cup of sunflower lecithin granules to the water and stir. Place this mix into your blender and turn it on the lowest setting. Measure 300 cubic centimetres of water in your measuring jug. Add 1/3 cup of pure sodium ascorbate salt crystals (vitamin C) to the water and stir. Place this mix into your blender with the lecithin and leave for 5 minutes. Tip the litre of mix into your ultrasonic cleaner (UC) and turn on. Gently stir the mix in the UC for 30 minutes. Bottle the mix and refrigerate immediately. Administer as required. Use within a month.Here's a link to a recent review in the British Journal of Pharmacology: "Therapeutic potential of megadose vitamin C to reverse organ dysfunction in sepsis and COVID-19: https://bpspubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bph.15579

Prof. Linus Pauling, who won a Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1954 and the Nobel Peace Prize in 1962, said the answer to many human ills was ascorbic acid (vitamin C). The pharmaceutical industry and its media cohort have been trying to discredit thi…

4 comments

  1. Tiffany Daro says:

    Hi, Thankyou for this info
    Could you please provide the details of the ultrasonic cleaner.. what wattage and size.
    Thanks so much

  2. Ange Ryder says:

    Does it matter the brand or wattage or size of the ultra sonic please?

  3. Ange Ryder says:

    And the type/brand of lecithin & C. Also some recipes call for vodka. What is the advantage of this? Thanks

  4. Thank-you so much for this!

    I’ve recently been diagnosed with MS. Cross referenced vitamin C and MS, two thing stuck out. That C can help with re-myelination (de-myelination is the cause of MS) and a doctor saying “C boosts the immune system, which might make MS flare up, so just take the minimum amount.” Fishy.

    I thought $100 investment for materials and the ultrasonic cleaner is worth a try. Complete game changer. I feel normal, where as previously had a pronounced limp. Unfortunately it comes back after a day, so I guess I’m making lots of liposomal C.

    So far I like a 50/50 mix of ascorbic acid (sour) and sodium ascorbate (salty) the best. I’ve found this recipe works well too, https://vitamincfoundation.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=11293&start=75.

    Again, most sincere thanks! I love the things you share, this one changed my life.

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