For both stock solutions and the bag to be administered, I believe sterile water is the best way to go. Normal saline and lactated Ringer's are OK. D5W will work, but it is counterproductive to put glucose in the same bag with vitamin C and have them compete to get inside the cell.
I don't have a detailed procedure other than what we wrote on Dr. Cathcart's original protocol. http://www.vitamincfoundation.org/pdfs/civprep.pdf
If you never saw it, I have an extensive section in Death by Calcium entitled "The Guide to the Optimal Administration of Vitamin C" that could be of significant interest to you and the forum.
An FYI: after 10 years with the LivOn lypo C, I am just now realizing how incredibly beneficial it can be when pushed to very high doses. Specifically, for infections and chronic degenerative diseases such as cancer, taking 30 to 50 packets (30 to 50 grams) in divided doses orally in a day can have equal to greater impact than a 50 gram IV. Obviously the price and availability is much better for the patient as well. Don't know if this would apply to your liposome product or not.
thomsen wrote:Has Dr. Levy changed his opinion on liposomal vitamin C? As I recall, he used to say that ~5 grams of liposomal C could have an impact equal to or greater than a 50 gram IVC.
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