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Wasn't the c60 rat study done with too few rats?

Q: How serious should we take the rat study, they only used six rats, right? A: They used 18 rats. Six of those received the C60-olive oil mixture, and only those rats lived very much longer than the rats in the both control groups. If six rats wo ...

C60 / Buckminsterfullerene: Side effects, toxicity?

People are understandably concerned about taking something that has only been discovered a few decades ago. Dr. Fathi Moussa, principal author of the C60 rat study is con ...

How does C60 work as an antioxidant?

The Buckyball molecule is an electron reservoir Free radicals are molecules that have one or more electrons too few or too many, and they will damage any biological molecule they come in contact with. The Buckminsterfu ...

Isn't it mainly the olive oil that extended the rats' lives?

Some misinformed online commenters have said that it was in fact the olive oil that made the greatest contribution to the C60-treated rats' extended lifespan, and not the ...

We use REAL organic, unfiltered, extra virgin olive oil from a south-Cretan mountain village

Greece is the #1 producer of extra virgin olive oil (acidity < 0.8%). Italy and Spain mainly produce merely "virgin" olive oil. "Extra virgin" is a ...

The color of the Carbon-60 in olive oil

It is extremely hard to photograph the deep ruby red color of the Buckminsterfullerene C60 dissolved in olive oil, because the oil is much too dark to look red on a photo ...

What is the cost of producing buckyballs in olive oil?

The cost of ingredients for a C60-oilive oil solution, even when prepared exactly as in the original rat study, seems much smaller than the retail price. But that's not because of price-gouging, it is because the production process is extremely cumbersome, apart from using expensive lab equipment and disposables such as mi ...