The C60 Show - Episode 7 "Your Brain on C60"

The C60 Show - Episode 7 "Your Brain on C60"

One thing we hear time and time again from people taking C60 is that they experience an increase in mental clarity. It’s often the benefit people notice first when they start to take C60 on a regular basis.

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Ken says, this is true because it takes C60 about 10-15 minutes to cause a change in brain chemistry. According to him, C60 crosses the blood-brain barrier because of its size and probably through the lipid optic system. Ken explained that this was possible because of C60’s ability to increase mitochondrial efficiency and get rid of oxidative chemicals that cause damages to signaling chemicals.

With respect to mental clarity, Ken admitted to taken little doses of C60 every few minutes when doing math which helped him to process information even better than when he was younger.

In the first slide, Ken discusses some parts of the human brain and its evolution. He pointed to where the high-level cognitive thinking that makes us higher animals takes place. He then used the second slide to explain how the brain differs from other tissues in the body. He talked about the blood-brain barrier and how brain capillary contrasted with the normal capillary and then went on to explain the role of the astrocytes in providing the brain with extra protection. He said that the lipid optic system is partially responsible for the C60 getting through the blood-brain barrier.

In the third slide, a simplistic diagram of the neuron was used by Ken to point out how each nerve can have hundreds of connections with other nerve cells and explained that all the action happens when the axon terminal meets the dendrites which are part of the reasons for mental clarity. In the fourth slide, we saw where all the action takes place between the axon terminal and the dendrites, and how complicated the brain is. He mentioned that C60 helps to ensure that neurotransmitters are produced correctly and recycled by creating a less oxidative environment. In the fifth slide, we saw some of the neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin and their relevance.

In the last slide, Ken explained where all the real action happens. He pointed out that the endoplasmic reticulum is where neurotransmitters are made and packaged by the Golgi apparatus into vesicles. These vesicles move through to the cell surface. He further explained how C60 acts as a selective oxidant in the mitochondria to increase their efficiency. He also talked about the key functions that C60 performs to make the brain work better.

Some questions you will find answers to in this episode are:

  • Can MMS be taken with C60?
  • How much C60 does Ken take?
  • Is one teaspoon of C60 per day ideal?


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