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Thread: The mind boggling super anti-oxidant/liver protectant/PED properties of C60...

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    Lightbulb The mind boggling super anti-oxidant/liver protectant/PED properties of C60...

    C60, aka BuckminsterFullerene, aka Liposomal Fullerene is a soccer ball shaped molecule containing 60 Carbon atoms(hence its name C60) that displays some mind boggling properties and has life extending, anti-oxidant, PED and liver protectant effects, unlike any other substance ever studied.

    These were found almost by error, as initially researchers simply attempted to find the LD50 of C60 in rats. Unfortunately for the researchers, not only was C60 not toxic in ANY dose to rats, it actually displayed NEGATIVE toxicity. At doses 1,000 times normal, the rats on C60 ended up living 90% longer than their control counterparts, and the experiment only ended hen the researchers decided to kill the last surviving rat just to get the experiment over with.

    How does this work? What could cause C60 to have these type of life extending properties? Upon further research, scientists discovered C60 has properties unlike any other molecule they have ever studied.

    C60 works by "electrically" neutralizing free radicals, acting as an "electron reservoir". It stays in the cell layers of the mitochondria where it can "infinitely" act as free radical neutralizer. Unlike other substances, it suffers no degradation from stealing electrons from free radicals and can continuously do it over and over again forever, basically. As you read below, it can apparently both donate electrons to neutralize some free radicals while stealing electrons to neutralize others, both at the same time, causing no degradation to the original C60 molecule. This literally has never been seen before from any substance ever studied. It "plants" itself at the site of the toxic waste being produced inside the cell and continuously neutralizes it with ease like Neo in The Matrix dodging 100's of bullets in slow motion.

    "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 Buckminsterfullerene C60 molecule can accept several electrons in case of a free radical with an electron surplus, and donate several electrons in case of a free radical with an electron deficit. C60 thus is an incredibly effective antioxidant, not in the least because it does not get degraded or unstable by accepting or donating electrons. The olive oil of the lipofullerene C60 binds the C60 into the cell layers, also those of the mitochondria, the energy factories in the cell. Hence the cells and mitochondria get an integrated nano-scale antioxidant system implanted into their cell walls. This is totally unique. No antioxidant supplement can be reused indefinitely. No antioxidant supplement can both accept and donate electrons, let alone multiple electrons. No antioxidant supplement sits for weeks in the lipid bilayers, exactly where it is needed the most. Except C60, which can do all these things.

    One way C60 functions as an antioxidant, is to neutralize reactive Oxygen species (ROS) by accepting an electron from them. The unique aspect of C60 is that accepting an electron does not alter the structure of the C60 molecule, effectively infinitely recycling it. C60 can accept or donate many electrons (it works as an electron reservoir), so it is an incredibly powerful antioxidant in the cell walls (270 x better than vit. C, even disregarding the recycling effect!), constantly neutralizing damaging free radicals that reach the cells or mitochondria.

    Let’s look at the example of superoxide, .O2-, since it’s the most common case. The way I wrote it with a period in front of the O means that there’s an unpaired electron on the molecule, the 2 means there are two oxygen atoms, and the “-” means it has a net charge of minus one. The enzyme manganese superoxide dismutase (Mn-SOD) catalyzes two different reactions, shown here. In the first one, an electron is accepted from superoxide, resulting in the charge on the manganese atom being decreased by one, and producing a molecule of ordinary oxygen. In the second reaction, the manganese atom gives up its extra electron to the superoxide, which reacts with two protons from the surrounding water to produce a molecule of hydrogen peroxide.

    Mn3+-SOD + .O2− → Mn2+-SOD + O2
    Mn2+-SOD + .O2− + 2H+ → Mn3+-SOD + H2O2.
    In the case of c60, this dismutation reaction would look like this:

    C60 + .O2− → .C60- + O2
    .C60- + .O2− + 2H+ → C60 + H2O2.

    In short, the Buckminsterfullerene C60 molecule is a “superantioxidant”, capable of neutralizing molecules that damage our cells and DNA by either accepting electrons or donating many electrons simultaneously, and not even be damaged by that process. These two properties are unique by themselves, but on top of that comes the fact that C60 connected with lipid chains (a lipofullerene) gets recycled in the cell so that the beneficial effects persist for weeks after having take a single large dose, or all day when taking a small dose."


    It also has created a quantum physics conundrum in that C60 acts as both a wave AND a particle...and that type of thing just isn't supposed to be possible...

    http://www.nature.com/nature/journal.../401680a0.html

    Its role in cardiovascular health has already been well established...

    http://www.owndoc.com/pdf/c60-cardiovascular-health.pdf


    Here is a study regarding its MOA and findings: In plain English, its able to get to the "dirtiest place in the cell", where the mitochondria operates to produce energy and scavenge the waste byproducts of this exceptionally well, "scrubbing" the cell clean from the inside out.

    With the waste byproduct quickly removed, it basically "Supercharges" the mitochondria(aka the powerplant of the cell).


    "Mechanism of Action:

    Results:

    According to our model fullerene C60 accumulating in mitochondria provides high radical scavenging activity in this subcellular compartment, called by Skulachev the “dirtiest place in the cell” [28]. Another effective antioxidant mechanism is based on mild uncoupling of respiration and phosphorylation. Respiratory chain obtains electrons from NADH and succinate. They are used for harmless four-electron reduction of oxygen. But the transfer of one or two electrons could produce the radicals that are dangerous to cells (such as superoxide or peroxide anions).

    The specific feature attributable to the generation of ROS by mitochondria is related to the fact that the higher is the membrane potential (the larger is the difference in the concentration of protons inside and outside the mitochondria), the higher is the level of the superoxide anion production. As it was shown [29], there is steep dependence of mitochondrial superoxide-anion-radical generation on transmembrane potential (Δ). Even a small (10–15%) decline of Δ resulted in tenfold lowering of ROS production rate.

    Therefore, the so-called mild uncouplers of oxidative phosphorylation are the substances which can move some of the protons inside the mitochondria and can possess an excellent oxygen-protective effect, although they are not antioxidants in terms of chemistry [19].

    DFT simulations allowed us to propose the following mechanism. C60 fullerene molecules enter the space between inner and outer membranes of mitochondria, where the excess of protons has been formed by diffusion. In this compartment fullerenes are loaded with protons and acquire positive charge distributed over their surface. Such “charge-loaded’’ particles can be transferred through the inner membrane of the mitochondria due to the potential difference generated by the inner membrane, using electrochemical mechanism described in detail by Skulachev et al. [18, 24]. In this case the transmembrane potential is reduced, which in turn significantly reduces the intensity of superoxide anion-radical production.

    5. Conclusion

    The proposed ability of C60 fullerenes to acquire positive charge allows ascribing them to the mitochondrial-targeted compounds. The key role of mitochondria in the cellular regulation makes such “charge-loaded” fullerenes be of great interest along the route for novel classes of drugs development."


    http://www.hindawi.com/journals/bmri/2013/821498/


    Here are several discussions of medical journal studies regarding C60 and followup discoveries regarding it and its fascinating properties:

    http://www.anti-agingfirewalls.com/2...-in-olive-oil/


    In this post, written by someone I really respect for their candid look at things based on available research, Suppversity, the studies show C60 might be the most liver protectant substance ever discovered:

    http://suppversity.blogspot.com/2012...erene-c60.html



    So what does this mean in terms of Performance Enhancement?

    Well, here are the reported effects from people who work out that have taken it:

    -Can lift much heavier weights, sometimes to the point of causing tendon injury. Commonly reported.

    -Can do more reps of the same weight. This was the most commonly reported benefit. People were ADAMANT that there was a great difference, comparable to taking Creatine and that not even anabolic steroids enabled such an immediate increase of both repetitions and max weight

    -Calmer, reduction in stress

    -Can run longer with seemingly more effective utilization of Oxygen. Less fatigue. “Cardiac improvements”. Better stamina and endurance.

    -Can run faster whilst feeling more comfortable with a pulse that would normally be too high for steady-state.

    -Higher libido. This is also seen in rat trials, already with 4 micrograms/kg, a dose five times lower than what we recommend as a daily dose.



    Planning on running some of this within the next few weeks, just waiting on it to come in, will report results...

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    Anywhere you can buy this in the UK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andro View Post
    Anywhere you can buy this in the UK?
    Not sure if it's produced in the UK by anyone, but I know a company somewhere in Europe makes it, which is where I got mine...

    Just Google liposomal C60 and you should get some results

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    I have never heard of the magical nectar but is the good Us source that's not faked or under dosed there just so much bs out there

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    What's your source for this stuff Beastly? I wouldn't mind giving it a run for a month or two to review.

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    Interesting article..... Thanks bud
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    Vaughter Wellness C60 Anti-aging oil

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    So, this sounds like a very interesting molecule indeed, but how would you know it was working? What are your expectations in taking it?

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