The Quicksilver Delivery Systems® signature trademark sets our liposomal products apart from other companies and ensures an unsurpassed experience. By virtue of our smaller, stable, single-layer spheres, made from the highest quality ingredients available, our liposomal delivery systems improve upon basic liposomal technology. The difference is literally clear. Our liposomal products have a clarity that only can be achieved with liposomes that are small enough to pass between cells and enter the bloodstream, allowing for optimal bioavailability.
The power of intravenous therapy in a convenient oral liposomal delivery
At their highest expression, liposomes bring the power of intravenous therapy into a convenient oral delivery. However, all liposomes are not created equally. Most liposomes on the market use low grades of phospholipids, e.g., raw lecithin, instead of the high-phosphatidylcholine phospholipid mixes necessary for a quality liposome. Other supplement manufacturers typically use cheap shear methods resulting in large (200–600nm), poorly-absorbed particles.
Quicksilver Delivery Systems® improves upon basic liposomal delivery technology with smaller, more stable, tightly-distributed, single-layer spheres (20-70nm) made from the highest-grade ingredients available. These small vesicles begin absorbing as soon as they hit your mouth, so you can get high absorption of the product before it is altered by the harsh processes in the digestive system. Quicksilver Scientific uses the same high-tech equipment, rigorous processes, and tight particle-size controls used by many pharmaceutical companies. Look for the clear difference of Quicksilver Delivery Systems®.
Self-Emulsifying Delivery System (SEDS)
Our softgel delivery technology utilizes a groundbreaking self-emulsifying delivery system (SEDS) that allows ingredients to enter the blood at an unprecedented rate. Pharmacokinetic studies indicate that the softgel quickly dissolves in the stomach, creating emulsified nanoparticles that easily diffuse through intestinal cell membranes into the bloodstream in as little as 20 minutes, with peak blood concentration occurring within 90 minutes.