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C60 in pumpkin seed oil

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C60 in pumpkin seed oil (100 ml)
C60 nature's most powerful antioxidant

A roasted pumpkin seed oil from the Styrian region of Austria

Our carbon C60 in pumpkin seed oil is made using the oil of organic pumpkins grown in the Styrian region of Austria. There is a history of three generations of pumpkin oil producers behind this premium oil, which is a gold medal winner for the past 21 years in a row. They have been making pumpkin seed oil in the Styrian region since the 17th century. Due to the high quality and long tradition, the EU Commission declared Styrian pumpkin seed oil to be a Protected Geographical Indication (PGI). Our chosen oil is cold pressed from roasted seeds to produce a high-quality natural, unrefined oil.

What is C60 in pumpkin seed oil?
Pumpkin seed oil has proven health benefits for a variety of health issues. The oil produced by the seeds has no cholesterol. It is rich in antioxidants, vitamin E, and so has anti-inflammatory properties and is a perfect carrier oil to produce our organic C60 in pumpkin seed oil.

Those taking C60 in pumpkin seed oil say they have also noticed benefits that include:

  • Improved skin, reduced inflammation
  • Aid to weight loss
  • and less fat
  • Clearer thinking, less
  • mental fog
  • Better recovery and more vitality
  • Regrowth of normal hair colour
  • A brighter more radiant complexion

Why use pumpkin seed oil as a carrier oil for C60?
A combination of antioxidants, vitamins and health benefits, along with a really tasty rich roasted nutty flavour all make carbon 60 in pumpkin seed oil the perfect addition to your daily routine.

Studies have proven that pumpkin seed oil can;

  • lower cholesterol
  • reduce hair loss
  • provide relief for menopausal symptoms
  • improve prostate health in men
  • provide relief for an overactive bladder
  • It may also be a possible treatment for;
  • metabolic disease
  • lowering blood pressure
  • preventing heart disease

Due to these reported health benefits, we sourced an organic supply from the Styrian region of Austria to ensure that our C60 in pumpkin seed oil is of exquisite quality.

What does pumpkin seed oil with carbon 60 taste like?
Our carbon 60 in pumpkin seed oil is cold pressed from seeds that have been carefully roasted. The roasting process gives the oil an intense nutty aroma and taste. The delicious taste and the oil’s deep green colour is why Styrian pumpkin seed oil is known as “green gold”.

Recommended dose pr. day
We recommend that you take C60 using a spoon or a syringe and take between 5ml and 7ml daily. You can take C60 on its own or with food, try it in your favourite shake or smoothie.

Here are some serving suggestions for taking C60:

  • Neat using a spoon or syringe and taking 5 – 7ml
  • Mixing with fruit juice if you don’t like the taste of the oil
  • Added to your favourite smoothie
  • As a dressing on your salad

  • Drizzled onto fresh bread

Why buy from us?
We make all our products in the UK. As a result, we have control over the manufacturing process. We choose only the finest ingredients and pay attention to detail. We treat the oil with respect as you would anticipate. That means gently stirring the C60 fullerene oil in sealed vessels in dark cool conditions. As a result, the risk of oxidation is reduced and you end up with a premium product. Our chosen pumpkin seed oil is superb. It comes from organically grown pumpkins from the Styrian region of Austria. The seeds are gently roasted in the old tradition and cold pressed without filtration by the Hamlitsch family. Their oil has won a coveted gold medal for 21 years in a row. All this, coupled with the premium quality 99.99% pure C60 will ensure you receive the cleanest and authentic tasting carbon 60 in organic pumpkin seed oil on the market.


  • Highest grade, 99.99% pure C60
  • 80mg per 100ml
  • Solvent free
  • Packaged in glass bottles
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians
  • Cold pressed oil
  • Gold prize winning German oil

DLG-gold-medal, vegetarian-friendly, gluten-free
cold pressed oil, vegan-friendly, 100%-natural

What is C60?
C60 is a recently discovered carbon molecule which has amazing and almost magical properties. This has meant an increasing number of people have been asking questions. We deal with some of those questions to help people make a more informed decision about whether to take C60 and experiencing its potential benefits.

C60 belongs to a group of carbon molecules called fullerenes, the more common ones include C70, C72, C76, C84 with some having 100's of carbon atoms. These ball-shaped molecules were named after the structures designed by the American architect Buckminster Fuller, so in addition to being called carbon fullerenes they are referred to as 'buckyballs'.

Structure of the carbon 60 molecule
C60 or carbon C60 is a newly discovered form of carbon that research has shown, when dissolved in olive oil and given to rats, almost doubled their life span. Unsurprisingly, this was picked up by sections of the health and fitness community who began taking it themselves. Since 2012 millions of doses of C60 have been taken by hundreds of thousands of people and many of their stories have been little short of miraculous. C 60 is a powerful antioxidant, probably the most powerful, thought to be 172 times more potent than vitamin C. Antioxidants neutralize free radicals that, if allowed to build up in the body, lead to inflammation and can cause a range of serious conditions. Unlike almost all antioxidants C60 is not inactivated once it has neutralized a free radical and can reset itself allowing it act against them again and again. So much so that it has been given the name 'free radical sponge'. Here are some of the inflammatory conditions that the customers, have reported improvements in after taking C60.

  • Acne
  • Arthritis
  • Crohn's disease
  • Trigger finger
  • Alzheimer’s
  • Psoriasis
  • Eczema
  • Skin conditions
  • Tendonitis
  • Improved eyesight/ Reversal of macular degeneration
  • Increased stamina
  • heart disease
  • Anti-aging
  • Weight Loss
  • Hair Growth
  • Athletic Performance

Can C60 help reduce inflammation?
There are many studies that have shown C60 has reduced inflammation in the lab. We have direct reports of people taking C60 in oil who have seen improvements in their conditions which include rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease, psoriasis, eczema. There is clear evidence that C60 can reduce inflammation and help people lead normal lives after years of pain and suffering. C60 can improve immune function and intestinal injury by decreasing cellular ROS levels and alleviating oxidative stress.

Observed benefits in general

  • Promotes longevity
  • Reduces and swelling and arthritis symptoms
  • Improves immune function
  • Promotes longevity
  • Promotes hair growth
  • Increases athletic performance
  • Helps to lose weight
  • Promotes skin health
Scientific Research

Increases Longevity
The 2012 Paris Baati study is probably the most famous C60 experiment. It showed that C60 was not only non-toxic, but it increased the lifespan of rats by 90%. The prolongation of the lifespan of rats by repeated oral administration of [60]fullereneIn a 2008 study, C60 improved cognition and extended lifespan of mice. A carboxyfullerene SOD mimetic improves cognition and extends the lifespan of mice

Supports Healthy Aging
In this 2010 double-blind, human study, it was found that when applied topically, C60 was effective at reducing wrinkles. Fullerene is effective against wrinklesC60 may be effective at combating hair loss. In this 2009 study, C60 was found to promote hair growth. Researchers believe it does this by protecting the cells around hair follicles from oxidative damage. Fullerene nanomaterials potentiate hair growthIn 2010, C60 was found to protect human skin cells against UV damage. Fullerene-C60/liposome complex: Defensive effects against UVA-induced damages in skin structure, nucleus and collagen type I/IV fibrils, and the permeability into human skin tissue

Scavenges Free Radicals
C60 is characterized as a "free radical sponge" with an antioxidant efficacy several hundred-fold higher than conventional antioxidants. The Applications of Buckminsterfullerene C60 and Derivatives in Orthopaedic ResearchC60 was found to be protective against free radical damage. C60 Carboxyfullerene Exerts a Protective Activity against Oxidative Stress-Induced Apoptosis in Human Peripheral Blood Mononuclear Cells

Promotes Healthy Immune Response
C60 was found to enhance the production of immune cells, such as lymphocytes (white blood cells). Immunostimulatory properties and enhanced TNF- alpha mediated cellular immunity for tumor therapy by C60C60 was found to promote a healthy inflammatory response. Fullerene Nanomaterials Inhibit the Allergic Response

Supports Healthy Inflammatory (Allergic) Response
In a 2007 study, C60 was found to inhibit allergic response and researchers believe it may play a role in controlling allergy-related inflammatory conditions. Fullerene Nanomaterials Inhibit the Allergic ResponseA 1996 study found that C60 Fullerenes are biological antioxidant compounds that can reduce the body’s response to allergies. Buckminsterfullerenol free radical scavengers reduce excitotoxic and apoptotic death of cultured cortical neurons

Supports Cognitive Function
In a 2001 animal study, C60 showed strong neuro-protective properties. Fullerene-based Antioxidants and Neurodegenerative DisordersC60 prevented cognitive decline in mice. A carboxyfullerene SOD mimetic improves cognition and extends the lifespan of mice

C60 has Antimicrobial Properties
C60 was found to be an antimicrobial agent for group A streptococcus. Inhibition of Group A Streptococcus Infection by CarboxyfullereneC60 was found, in a 2013 study, to effectively combat the flu virus. C60 compounds can help inhibit Influenza AIn a 2019 study, C60 was found to have antiviral capabilities. Fullerene compounds knock out virus infections like HIV and HSVC60 was found to slow the spread of viruses by inhibiting viruses from replicating. Anti-Influenza Activity of C60 Fullerene Derivatives

Helps Protect Against UV Damage and Other Ionizing Radiation
C60 protects skin cells from UV damage. Fullerene-C60/liposome Complex: Defensive Effects Against UVA-induced Damages in Skin Structure, Nucleus and Collagen Type I/IV Fibrils, and the Permeability Into Human Skin TissueC60 protected mice from ionizing radiation. The Polyhydroxylated Fullerene Derivative C60(OH)24 Protects Mice From Ionizing-Radiation-Induced Immune and Mitochondrial Dysfunction

Supports Healthy Metabolism and Weight
This 2010 study found C60 prevents cells from turning into fat cells, in both mice and humans and may effectively help prevent weight gain. The effect of squalane-dissolved fullerene-C60 on adipogenesis-accompanied oxidative stress and macrophage activation in a preadipocyte-monocyte co-culture system

Protects Nerves
Nerves can die from oxidative stress and overstimulation. In this study, C60 protected nerves from dying due to “overwork” in cell cultures. Buckminsterfullerenol free radical scavengers reduce excitotoxic and apoptotic death of cultured cortical neuronsC60 protected neurons from SOD, a reactive oxidative species (free radical), associated with tissue injury and inflammation. SOD activity of carboxyfullerenes predicts their neuroprotective efficacy: A structure-activity study

Supports Bone and Joint Health
C60 was found to maintain bone health and mineral density. Use of fullerenes for the treatment of mast cell and basophil-mediated disease C60 protected cartilage cells from aging prematurely or dying off, and increased cartilage production by reducing the enzymes that can destroy it. 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