David Jockers Streamed live on Dec 30, 2016 SUBSCRIBE 38K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Activated charcoal has traditionally been used for healing purposes for more than 3,000 years. It has a remarkable ability to adsorb toxins over 100 times its own weight. To learn more about activated charcoal and where to get it, read this article: http://drjockers.com/4-reasons-to-use... Category Howto & Style License Standard YouTube License
Activated Charcoal, Detox Uses as a Periodic Dietary Supplement
SuperfoodEvolution Published on May 6, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 138K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Activated charcoal is a manufactured form of carbon that has been utilized since the early 1900's as a natural remedy and top universal antidote employed in hospitals around the world for extreme cases of toxic contamination or gastrointestinal poisoning. Today it is not only a convenient household first aid kit item, but is likewise considered a potent substance to take during periodic cleansing regimes. This is due to its ability to effectively adhere to toxins and chemicals that may accumulate in the body over time from impure foods, water sources and/or long-term use of pharmaceutical drugs. Unlike other superfoods that are promoted for long-term use, charcoal, used in this manner, is recommended for short periods of time to assist and speed up the natural detoxification process. It is most beneficial for neutralizing toxins in the stomach and GI tract and preventing their systemic reabsorption.
WHO Model List of Essential Medicines: http://bit.ly/2lpJaNw Oral activated charcoal in the treatment of intoxications. Role of single and repeated doses: http://bit.ly/2my06iJ Adsorption, Wikipedia: http://bit.ly/2mnIglP The prolongation of the lifespan of rats by repeated oral administration of  fullerene: http://bit.ly/22pZBqM Possible Mechanisms of Fullerene C60 Antioxidant Action: http://bit.ly/2l6rzLn Clinical ReviewActivated Charcoal - Past, Present and Future: http://bit.ly/2lsTtgM Removal of lead from aqueous effluents by adsorption on coconut shell carbon: http://bit.ly/2l8CRin Activated carbon mitigates mercury and methylmercury bioavailability in contaminated sediments: http://bit.ly/2m48bhj Adsorption of aqueous Cd(II) and Pb(II) on activated carbon nanopores prepared by chemical activation of doum palm shell: http://bit.ly/2lQf05X Effects of orally administered activated charcoal on intestinal gas: http://bit.ly/2lQbdVW Efficacy of activated charcoal in reducing intestinal gas: a double-blind clinical trial: http://bit.ly/2jmmLgU Phase II study of activated charcoal to prevent irinotecan-induced diarrhea: http://bit.ly/2mBtPrl Effect of activated carbon beads on serum lipid levels and fecal bile acid excretion in rats: http://bit.ly/2lQ7W9o Activated charcoal in the treatment of hypercholesterolaemia: http://bit.ly/2mBxkxZ
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Carbon C-60: Technology For Your Biology
OffPlanet Media Published on Sep 10, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 11K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Randy Maugans talks with James Martinez, media ecologist, activist, and advocate of emerging technologies; and Bob Greska, developer and CEO of Carbon C-60. Websites: C-60: https://c-60.com/ James Martinez: http://jamesmartinezmedia.net/
The formulation of the monatomic nanotechnology carbon formula, C60, also known as Buckminster Fullerene, after the visionary designer/futurist, R. Buckminster Fuller. The Carbon 60 molecule was first discovered in 1985 by Sir Harold W. Kroto, Richard E. Smalley and Robert F. Curl, Jr. They later were awarded a Nobel Prize in 1996 for this tremendous scientific breakthrough. In honor of the American architect R. Buckminster Fuller, the trio named their discovery, buckminsterfullerenes or buckyballs as the molecule resembled Mr. Fuller’s geodesic dome.
Carbon C-60 is a breakthrough in enhancing, restoring, and energizing the human body. The C-60 in sunflower oil formula is optimized by proprietary manufacturing that generates the carbon 60 molecules for optimal absorption in the body. Now being used by professional athletes, high energy media figures, and people from all walks of life to support the body's defenses against disease-causing oxidation, repairing cellular damage, and preventive mitigation of environmental stresses. We discuss the development, benefits, and testimonials of a product that promises to continue to unfold in its applications as more people become enthusiastic users. Category Education License Creative Commons Attribution license (reuse allowed) Source videos View attributions
Living Longer - C60 Olive Oil Interview with Fathi Moussa - C60oo Longevity study
RevGenetics Streamed live on Mar 18, 2015 SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE The current theory is that C60 olive oil maybe semi-permanently embedded within the lipid bilayers of the cells and mitochondria, here it acts as a reusable, recyclable antioxidant.
The Fullerene study we interview the professor about is a study called: "The prolongation of the lifespan of rats by repeated oral administration of fullerene"
The abstract to this study is available here: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/...
Apparently it is possible that the C60 olive oil molecule is not damaged when it accepts or donates electrons from/to free radicals. When a cell or mitochondrion dies, it is possible that the C60 olive oil (or C60oo) can be reused by other cells.
While 1000 mg/kg/day of C60 has been shown to be non-toxic in a study. The University of France (Baati) C60 rat toxicity study, which Fathi Moussa did, and showed a 90% lifespan increase, used a dose that is a few times higher than our current recommendation of about 0.02 mg/kg/day (which is about half a million times less than 1000 mg/kg/day).
We would like to see further studies to see if this can be replicated, as presently it remains an astonishing study of longevity in rodents.
C60: My Experience From The Beginning
Bob Thomason Published on Nov 8, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 1.2K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE I've started taking C60 in an effort to stay healthy. The info I've received is really interesting and exciting.
I learned about this from an interview with Clif High and decided it needed investigation.
I'll post more videos as this progresses.
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Radosław Markowski Published on Sep 24, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 21 SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Category People & Blogs License Standard YouTube License
C60 Charcoal, vs, Nano sized C60, health and longevity.
Clive de Carle Published on Nov 22, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 7.2K SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE C60 in nano size almost doubles the lifespan of rats. Old-fashioned C60 charcoals been used for centuries has proven safe. This is part one of an investigation into whether humans can benefit and part two will review the safety and risks of nano sized versions. I have used C60 in Shungite form in chunks as a water enhancer for some years, feel the benefits and recommend it. Category Film & Animation License Standard YouTube License
Keith Foster on the Health Benefits of C60 Charcoal
Harmonic Power Published on Mar 9, 2015 SUBSCRIBE 121 SUBSCRIBE SUBSCRIBED UNSUBSCRIBE Keith Foster, Fellow of the Linnean Society of London, explains why the use of active C60 hardwood charcoal is so beneficial for human health.
A Brief History & Explanation of Charcoal & ‘Activated’ Charcoal
Charcoal is naturally active/adsorbent and has a long history of use as a filter, as an adsorbent, and as an antidote to poisons. Historical records of its use in these areas and others go far back into history as early as 1500 BC in Egypt. Hippocrates, circa 400 BC and then Pliny, AD 50 recorded the use of charcoal in a wide range of applications, and the principal use appears to have been to adsorb unpleasant odours, and gas/smells from within the intestinal tract. Traditionally, charcoal would have been made from wood or bones.
It has been used as a folk remedy as far back as recorded history. North American Indians used charcoal for the treatment of gas pains long before our forefathers went to that continent. Homeopathic physicians have used charcoal throughout the world for more than 200 years.
Carbo animalis (animal charcoal) and carbo vegetabilis or carbo ligni (wood charcoal) have been carried in the homeopathic pharmacopoeia of the United States with the description that these substances have "marked adsorptive power of gases." Charcoal is rated in Category I (safe and effective) status by the FDA for acute toxic poisoning and is used similarly in the United Kingdom, Europe and throughout the world. Allergies to charcoal have not been reported and it is inexpensive, harmless, and easily used. Charcoal was an official remedy in the Pharmacopoeia for at least 100 years. However, it fell into general disuse in medicine following the rapid and phenomenal growth of the drug industry.
‘Activated’ (also known as medicinal) charcoal is new to mammals and our civilization. It was created initially for industrial use and commercial production of powdered activated carbon began in Europe in the early 19th century when it was widely used in the sugar industry. It is made from charcoal (using coconut shells primarily), which has been subjected to the man-made processes of extreme high temperature steam and acid washing, to produce super adsorbents. Its use in other applications spread rapidly when it was accidentally discovered that it was effective in decolourising liquids. Industrial scale production began in the early part of the 20th century and the products are known as PAC (powered activated carbon) or GAC (granular activated carbon). Both are highly super adsorbents and, depending on the raw material used (e.g. nut shells), some can be even more so.
C60 hardwood charcoal such as Happy Tummy and Toxin Buster charcoal is made from hardwoods (sustainably sourced) and is naturally ‘active’ and adsorbent. It is not ‘activated’ and is the type of charcoal we and other mammals have evolved with over the millennia. Its long legacy and history of safe and benign use stands witness to its efficacy. Category Education License Standard YouTube License