1000 mg/kg/day of C60 has been proven to be non-toxic in this clinical study. The famous French (Baati) C60 rat toxicity study that showed a 90% lifespan increase used a few times times higher dose than our recommendation, 0.02 mg/kg/day (half a million times less than 1000 mg/kg/day).


The Baati study rats took only 24 doses during their entire lifetime, over a period of just 7 months and 24 doses only, starting when they were 10 months old. The increase in lifespan is officially 90% (almost twice as old!) but in reality it would be even higher, because Dr. Fathi Moussa admitted recently that they killed the last surviving rat when it was 5.5 years old because they wanted to wrap up the study. There is no substance that prolongs the life of mammals longer than C60 in olive oil. Not even the most expensive supplements such as Resveratrol come remotely close, and neither are those supplements supported by such solid evidence as the Baati study.

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C60: 3 x slower tumor growth, 2 x less metastasis, 22% longer life C60: 3 x slower tumor growth, 2 x less metastasis, 22% longer life

This C60 anti-cancer study shows impressive results in mice that have been implanted with a lung carcinoma.
The researchers gave two groups of mice cancer and split them into a group that was given 5 mg/kg …

Buckyballs behind secret of Russia’s first health spa Buckyballs behind secret of Russia’s first health spa

[C60]Fullerene in Russian traditional medicine
Even though Buckminsterfullerene (“Buckyballs”, chemical formula C60) was only discovered in 1985 and is presented in the media as a high-tech nanomaterial with promising applications in medicine, this intriguing substance occurs …

Health studies for C60 Buckminsterfullerene Health studies for C60 Buckminsterfullerene

Buckyballs have only been  discovered in 1985.
Nearly all of us have heard about this curious material, but the media always dances around Buckminsterfullerene in rather vague terms, mentioning how interested the pharmaceutical industry is in …