C60 Black Gold
C60 Black Gold, is a very Potent Antioxidant, Immune Booster, Anti-inflammatory, Antiviral, Anti-Pathogenic Nutraceutical
C60 Black Gold:
C60 - Black Gold, is a very Potent Antioxidant, Immune Booster, Anti-inflammatory, Antiviral, Anti-Pathogenic Nutraceuticals we have ever carried with a plethora of Bodily Functions.
It contains: C60, Astaxanthin, Avocado Oil and Rubusoside
Its main ingredient is C60.
C60 refers to spherical carbon allotropes in which 60 atoms are put together in hexagon/pentagon like structures. They belong to a larger group of carbon allotropes called Fullerenes, which is now its own discipline when studying nanomaterials.
Some established Medical Properties of Buckminsterfullerene – C60:
Hundreds of studies have been conducted on the medical properties of C60. Below are some benefits that have been documented. Note that these studies vary in their use of C60's delivery mechanism, nor are the references cited intended to convey that any of this research involved the direct testing of C60 Black Gold, per se:
- Supports Overall Health by Controlling Pathogens
- Boosts the Immune System and Increases Lymphocyte Production
- Acts as a Free Radical Scavenger and Antioxidant
- Helps with Allergies
- Promotes UV Protection
- Attack Dermatitis and other Skin conditions by arresting both Pathogenic Etiology and Inflammation
- Treats Acne
- Potentiates Hair Growth
- Overcomes Male Infertility
- Improves Immune and Mitochondrial Functions
- Assists in Weight management
- Fights Arthritis, Promotes Flexibility and Less Stiffness in Joints
- Attenuates Liver Fibrosis and Cirrhosis
- Enhances Strong Bones and Cartilage
- Promotes Anti-Viral Activity
- Brain Activity: Enhances Memory, Concentration and Cognitive Function
- Expands Longevity
The combined effects of C60 Black Gold have contributed to the following anecdotal report:
- Easier Workouts
- Feeling Less Tired
- More Energy
- Better Physical Functioning
- Pain Relief from Arthritis and other Musculoskeletal Health issues.
- Increased Endurance
- Aids Better and Restful Sleep . . . and more
Other individual Ingredients in Details:
- Potent Anti-Oxidant: 6,000 X Vitamin C.
- Aids Apoptosis: malignant cells death
- Reduces Wrinkles
- Protects Eyes and Neurological Cells
- Supports Joint and Skeletal Health.
Below is a list of the medical activities and indications for Astaxanthin from varied sources.
- Preserves Cognitive Function
- Protects against Neuro-Degeneration
It is indicated for:
- Memory Problems
- Myocardial Fibrosis
- Neurogenerative Diseases
- Oxidative Stress
Rubusoside: Amplifying the Effects
The final ingredient that was formulated into C60 Black Gold by our supplier is, Rubusoside an extract of the leaves of Rubus suavissimus S. Lee (Rosaceae). This is a kind of Chinese Green Tea. Rubusoside is used as a Blending, Sweetening and Liposoming Agent. It has distinctive medicinal properties of its own, some of which are cited below
- Organic Avocado Oil
- C60 - 99.95% Pure
- Rubusoside 70% - a Chinese tea extract.
- 1 teaspoon – 5ml once Daily
- 1 Teaspoon – 5ml twice Daily.
Each dosage contains:
- 4.0 mg. C60 - 0.80 mg/ml: Purity Level Used: 99.95%.
- 5.0 mg. Astaxanthin Blend
- 5.0 mg. Rubusoside 70%: Extract of Rubus suavissimus
is use as a Liposoming agent to increase absorption.
C60 Black Gold contains:
- No GMOs
- No Pesticides Ingredients
- No Soya
Some citations on individual ingredients in C60 Black Gold:
- Fullerenes as unique nanopharmaceuticals for disease treatment (2010)
- Antimicrobial Activity of Fullerenes and Their Hydroxylated Derivatives (2009)
- Antibacterial Activity of Fullerene Water Suspensions: Effects of Preparation Method and Particle Size (2006)
- See: Fullerene nanomaterials potentiate hair growth (2009)
- See: Water-soluble fullerene (C60) inhibits the development of arthritis in the rat model of arthritis (2009)
- See: Water-Soluble Pristine C 60 Fullerenes Inhibit Liver Fibrotic Alteration and Prevent Liver Cirrhosis in Rats (2020)
- See: C60 Fullerene: A Powerful Antioxidant or a Damaging Agent? The Importance of an In-Depth Material Characterization Prior to Toxicity Assays (2009)
- See: Water-soluble C60 Fullerene Prevents Degeneration of Articular Cartilage in Osteoarthritis via Down-Regulation of Chondrocyte Catabolic Activity and Inhibition of Cartilage Degeneration During Disease Development (2007)
- Rubus suavissimus S. Lee extract increases early adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 preadipocytes -- A study on select processes which make Rubusoside helpful for body weight control by restricting calorie intake in obese patients.
- Identification of Plants That Inhibit Lipid Droplet Formation in Liver Cells: Rubus Suavissimus Leaf Extract Protects Mice From High-Fat Diet-Induced Fatty Liver by Directly Affecting Liver Cells
- H-NMR Metabolomics Analysis of the Effect of Rubusoside on Serum Metabolites of Golden Hamsters on a High-Fat Diet
- Continuous astaxanthin intake reduces oxidative stress and reverses age-related morphological changes of residual skin surface components in middle-aged volunteers. (2017) Comment: - All described RSSC (residual skin surface components) changes correspond to a shift toward characteristics of skin associated with a younger age. The results confirm our hypothesis by demonstrating that continuous astaxanthin consumption produces a strong antioxidant effect resulting in facial skin rejuvenation which is especially pronounced in obese subjects.
- Astaxanthin-antioxidant impact on excessive Reactive Oxygen Species generation induced by ischemia and reperfusion injury. (2017)
- Astaxanthin prevents ischemia-reperfusion injury of the steatotic liver in mice. (2017)
- Investigation of the effect of astaxanthin on alveolar bone loss in experimental periodontitis. (2017) Conclusion: Astaxanthin may reduce alveolar bone loss by increasing osteoblastic activity and decreasing osteoclastic activity in experimental periodontitis model.
- Astaxanthin Ameliorates Doxorubicin-Induced Cognitive Impairment (Chemobrain) in Experimental Rat Model: Impact on Oxidative, Inflammatory, and Apoptotic Machineries. (2017)