A liposome is a vesicle composed of one or more concentric phospholipid bilayers and can be used to deliver microscopic substances to body cells. We build all-natural liposomes to deliver nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, or herbs. Watch this video for more information
Why are Liposomes Important
Our Stomachs vaporize more nutrients than they absorb. Humans are only able to absorb a tiny percentage (typically 1-5%) of nutrients in vitamins and other ingredients. When these ingredients are encapsulated within liposomes, our bodies can absorb up to 17 times more nutrients because we won’t reject the liposomes. Liposomes are the future of supplements.
How are our liposomes made?
Our Liposomes are made through a completely natural process. It’s what makes us unique. Our Liposomes come entirely from mother nature. All supplements we produce using are safe, sustainable, and effective.
Where are they produced?
Liposomes Are Produced in a cGMP Certified Laboratory
Serving suggestions for products
LIPOSOMAL D3 & K2 - 2 ml (about half a teaspoon) LIPOSOMAL ZINC - 2 ml (about half a teaspoon) LIPOSOMAL VITAMIN C - 1 tsp (5 ml) LIPOSOMAL GLUTATHIONE - 4 ml (just under 1 tsp)
Dr. Alan Miller, head of scientific research and manufacturing for all our liposomal products talks to us about the advantages of Liposomal Supplements
Interviewed by Larry and Oksana - founders of Halcyon Botanicals, Dr. Miller gets into some of the details about these supplements. Including why we need them, how to take them and what makes them qualify as on the very edge of cutting innovation in supplementation.
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