Based on the famous rat studies published in 2012, the subsequent rat studies, and the experience of the many people who’ve been ingesting it since that time, there is no danger at all. There have been no known negative side effects reported. It is simply a carbon molecule with 60 atoms, and is not metabolized after all. It is also a naturally occurring charcoal molecule from when lightning strikes a hardwood tree, for example. It’s also said to be a major component of the shungite stone, and found in the Chinese herb shilajit.
That said, C60 has not been officially tested for human consumption (only animals), so you are your own health authority here. The dubiously run FDA will probably never test it, for obvious reasons. If you choose to experiment with C60, you do so by your own choice.
The studies proved it was great for rats! There is also anecdotal evidence that it works very well for pets. The caveat would be the avocado oil version. Avocados are deadly to horses and some other animals. Most current information states that avocado is relatively safe for most dogs and cats, but you might want to check with your vet and your pet. On the other hand, olive and coconut oils are generally considered very healthy for pets.
It is believed that one of the ways is through it’s superior anti-oxidant effect. Unlike most antioxidants, it keeps recycling itself while it stays in the body for several weeks. This means it can effectively neutralize harmful free-radicals indefinitely, similar to the negative ionized hydrogen in Patrick Flanagan’s product Megahydrate. The current understanding is that it also temporarily becomes part of the fat layer surrounding cells and also the mitochondria. There they act as a reservoir for electrons (energy), which they are able to both store and donate whenever needed to neutralize “free-radicals” (missing electrons) that cause DNA and cellular degeneration (ageing). Some say it also helps increase electromagnetic field generation.
The manufacturer claims that this scalar infusion adds several benefits, including amplified communication between RNA and DNA. This helps ensure that cells replicate correctly.
The scalar process involves square wave transmission, at a very specific frequency, with a technique of programming via that transmission into the c60.
Scalar physics is a pretty fascinating subject actually. Nikola Tesla, Willhelm Reich, Viktor Schauberger, Tom Bearden (living), Dr. Konstantin Kortokov (living), and many other genius level minds, worked extensively in that area. I think Ken Rohla is one of the better at explaining it in more depth for the average person.
There is 46 ml of c60 per 60 ml of the base oil in each 2 oz bottle.
I get the dosage question a lot, and in truth there’s a reason it is vague. Some recommend the starting dose for an adult human at one full dropper of C60 (1.5 mg)/day, which is a third to half of a teaspoon.
It is unknown what the optimal dose is, that depends on the individual and their situation. It is shown to be perfectly safe however, so exact dosing is not important as far as safety. It’s really up to the individual to solve the question of what is the effective dose for them, and how long they can stretch a bottle out, because it does vary depending on things like body size, absorption rate, current health issues, diet, lifestyle, psychological factors, etc.
The manufacturer also gives it to his 12 year old dog (began when she was 9) who started going into heat again, and according to his vet, appears to be 3-5 years old. He also doesn’t measure for himself, as he takes it straight from the bottle. He is very particular about quality however, and extensively tests his materials and final product to ensure it is the best it can be. After all he and his wife take it, as well as his mother, and his beloved dog.
When I personally take two droppers full in the morning and night, I just do a normal squeeze, which equates to a little over half of the actual glass tube.
Some choose to cycle off of it for a few months after one bottle before resuming again, others take it every day.
*There are some who are concerned about avocado oil with cats and dogs, most current info says it should be fine for most.
Some experts say that it is best to take it with a little food with some fat content, to have the bile aid in the emulsification of the compound. There are no other considerations of full/empty stomach, drinking before/afterwards, no restrictions on other food or medications etc.
There are absolutely no interactions with any other substances, so C60 can be taken in combination with with medicines and any other supplement or food.
From our research, it is beneficial topically for specific issues in that region, but ingesting is best for systemic (full-body) benefits. The rat studies were using both ingestion and injection.
It’s said that you will notice the difference in animals immediately. For people, it depends on all those factors listed above. I plan on taking it indefinitely.