Liposomal delivery brings the power of intravenous therapy into convenient oral delivery. Typical absorption of vitamins is poor, and liposomal encapsulation of vitamins have been shown to increase absorption five- to ten-fold. Our pharmaceutical-grade liposomal vitamins outperform non-liposomal vitamins thanks to small, stable, single-layer sphere made from the highest-grade ingredients available. Nanospheres like ours have the potential to cross the blood-brain barrier, deposit their cargo intracellularly, and enhance lymphatic circulation of nutrients. In fact, phospholipid therapy, using both injectable forms and oral forms, has long and solid clinical history for repair and maintenance of liver function, circulatory health, and neurological health.
WHAT MAKES A GOOD LIPOSOME?
Efficient Compound Delivery
Liposomes are microscopic single- to multi-layer spheres made of phospholipids—the basic building blocks of cell membranes. Quicksilver Scientific engineers these phospholipids to encapsulate compounds, in order to bypass the digestive processes that normally degrades or limits compound absorption.
Our liposomes bring the power of intravenous therapy into convenient oral delivery. Unlike other liposomes on the market that use low grades of phospholipids (e.g. raw lecithin), which breakdown and do not deliver compounds effectively, the high-phosphatidyl choline phospholipid mixes of Quicksilver Scientific are smaller, more stable, and tightly distributed single-layer spheres (unilamellar vessicles). Our vesicles are small enough to begin absorption as soon as they hit your mouth, avoiding alteration by the harsh digestive processes.
Most nutraceutical manufacturers typically use cheap shear methods resulting in large particles (200–600nm) that absorb poorly. Not Quicksilver Scientific! Most of our particle systems fall in the same 50–100nm range that pharmaceutical companies target.
Well-engineered liposomes have the potential to cross the blood-brain barrier, deposit their cargo intracellularly, and enhance lymphatic circulation of therapeutic compounds.
The phospholipids that compose the liposome shell feed the cell membranes themselves. This promotes proper cellular function, like the absorption of nutrients and the excretion of cellular waste products and toxins.