The Science of Carbon 60
World’s most efficient known free radical scavenger is C60 fullerene.
- Carbon 60 fullerenes possess large amount of conjugated double bonds and low lying lowest unoccupied molecular orbital which can easily take up an electron from an attack of an oxygen radical.
- 34 oxygen radicals have been added onto a single C60 molecule. The fullerene can react with many superoxides without being consumed.
- Carbon 60 fullerene derivatives are rapidly absorbed by tissues and excreted through urinary tract; low to no toxicity in vitro and in vivo in studies.
- Carbon 60 fullerenes are so small that they are able to cross the blood-brain barrier.
In humans, oxidative stress is related to the development of most diseases like Arthritis, Auto-Immune, Asperger syndrome, ADHD, Fibromyalgia, Lupus, Cancer, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis, heart failure, myocardial infarction, Sickle Cell Disease, vitiligo, autism, infection, and chronic fatigue syndrome. However, reactive oxygen species can be beneficial, as they are used by the immune system as a way to attack and kill pathogens.
Biological Source: Buckminsterfullerene
FP: 113°C closed cup, d: 0: 0.911 g/ml @ 25°C
Carbon 60: ≥ 99.99% HPLC trace analysis, 720amu
Olive Oil: Organic Extra Virgin Olive Oil
|Appearance (Color)||Dark Red to Brown Tone|
|Calories||119 per 0.067ml|
|Refractive index at 20°C||1.467 – 1.471|
|Boiling Point||> 350°C|
|Melting Point||-9 -0 °C|
|Relative Density||0.911 g/ml @ 25°C|
|Acid Value||≤ 0.8 % (As Oleic Acid)|
|Carbon 60 content||Approximately 80 mg/ 100 ml oil|
|Water Solubility||No data available|
|Miscellaneous Assay||≤ 20 ppm|
|Fatty Acid Composition||Pass|
|Arsenic (As)||≤ 3.0 ppm|
|Cadmium (Cd)||≤ 1.0 ppm|
|Mercury (Hg)||≤ 1.0 ppm|
|Lead (Pb)||≤ 10 ppm|
|Expiration Date Period||3 Years|
What if you could play harder, faster, stronger and recover quicker than ever before...
One of the biggest challenges for athletes is the recovery time after an intensive workout.
What diminishes an athlete’s performance? MUSCLE FATIGUE!
Oxidative stress is an athlete’s number one enemy. During exercise, oxygen consumption can increase by a factor of more than 10. This leads to a large increase in the production of oxidants and results in damage that contributes to muscular fatigue during and after exercise. The inflammatory response that occurs after strenuous exercise is also associated with oxidative stress, especially in the 24 hours after an exercise session. The immune system response to the damage done by exercise peaks 2 to 7 days after the session.
If you increase the body’s ability to overcome oxidative stress with a MUCH higher concentration of antioxidants, almost all forms of muscle fatigue and soreness due to oxidative stress are minimised.
If you haven't yet go check out the 'Famous Rat Study' on our blog page but a quick overview is that there were 3 groups of rats one group was fed water, another olive oil and the third group Carbon 60 in Olive oil and to their surprise, instead of causing illness, disease or early death, the rats fed Carbon 60 olive oil actually lived 90% longer than the other rats.
After three years, all of the water-treated rats were dead, matching up with the typical life-expectancy of a rat of around 2.5 to 3 years.
The olive-oil-only rats lived, on average, 18% longer than the control (water-only) rats, while the Carbon 60 olive oil treated rats lived 90% longer on average. Imagine what it could do for humans. Could it be possible for humans to live up to 150-200 years old? Who knows only time will tell.