The original research project was a toxicity study of Carbon 60 CNRS at University Paris, which was expanded into Life Extension Research Study and the effect of C60-olive oil solution on oxidative stress. The study was performed on rats so it is necessary to do an allometric based conversion to get an appropriate dosage for humans.
What is allometric scaling? It is not the case that a dose based on weight for a rat has a 1-to-1 ratio to a dose based on weight for humans. This is due to the difference in metabolism. A human-sized rat would not have the same metabolism as a human and a rat-sized human would not have the same metabolism as a rat. The best way to relate the metabolism difference is based on the surface area of the subjects. This is allometric scaling.
Since Baati used the same research grade C60, in the experiment, as we use in our products, it’s important to follow the rule of thumb for dosage which is based scientifically as described above.
Few factors to consider
Where do you live?
Do you live in a very polluted big city or do you live in the middle of the cleanest forest in the world.
What do you eat?
Do you eat very Organic or do you get Takeaway food every day? Do you grow your own vegetables in the garden, or do you purchase from a supermarket that doesn’t take great pride in quality but rather that the price, is as low as possible?
All this is contributing factors to your dosage as your surroundings, and what you expose your body to, has a great influence of toxins and free radicals in your body.
We recommend that you start with 5ml/75kg bodyweight. This is the rule of thumb as mentioned earlier. Typically, a normal teaspoon is 5ml and a normal tablespoon is 15ml. Different measuring equipment can be purchased at various shops and our products can be used with these spoons and measuring cups. We also provide other solutions if that is preferable.
Through testimonials, people have reported back to us, that 5ml may not be enough due to the place they live, a disease they are fighting with or simply the lifestyle they lead. It may also be too much for the very same reasons. We suggest that you find the dosage that works for you and continue to use that dosage.
Can you consume too much?
The answer is simply no. The body will absorb the amount it can, which all depends on the individual person, and any additional consumed product will simply pass through the system with no harm to the body.
We all “struggle” with various things and the Carbon60 has proven to work as the most powerful antioxidant known to man. This is the very same reason why we, at Karabun, suggest that you “load” your body for the first 3 months of use. A double of the rule of thumb dosage is a good start and then, depending again on lifestyle, you can adjust accordingly.
The Carbon60 itself is very resistant to various surroundings but the various oils are what we should take into consideration.
Due to specific properties of for example Olive oil, it’s important to store the product in a normal tempered cabinet away from sunlight. Our product already comes in the best storage bottles which protects the product from UV-light, but better safe than sorry. The best temperature to store Olive oil is at a temperature between 14 degrees Celsius to 22 degrees Celsius. Olive Oil have shown to have a high number of free radicals when exposed to ambient air and low or high temperature so take good care of storage. Afterall, it’s the free radicals we are trying to get rid of. A good storage place would for example be a dark kitchen cabinet.