Organic Avocado Oil
99.99% Ultra Pure C60
4oz / 120mL
Organic Avocado Oil & C60
96 mg Ultra Pure (99.99%) C60 suspended in 4oz/120ml of Avocado Oil.
The Avocado used in our process comes from USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO Verified fresh avocados. It comes from the natural oil pressed from the pulp of an avocado. Approximately 70% of the oil is rich in a hearth healthy monounsaturated omega-9 fatty acid called Oleic Acid. Read more about the health benefits of Avocado oil.
What are the health benefits of Avocado Oil?
Benefits to Vision
Avocado oil is a relatively good source of lutein, a carotenoid that's naturally found in your eyes. It functions as an antioxidant that has benefits for eye health. Consuming plenty of lutein may reduce the risk of cataracts and macular degeneration, which are common age-related eye diseases. Your body does not produce lutein, so you must consume it. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16936087
Reduce Arthritic Symptoms
Arthritis is a disease that involves painful inflammation of the joints. It's very common and affects millions of people worldwide. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis. It is associated with the breakdown of cartilage in joints. Studies have found that extracts from avocado and soybean oil, called avocado/soybean unsaponifiables, may reduce the pain and stiffness associated with osteoarthritis. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25621100/
Prevent Gum Disease
Extracts from avocado and soybean oil may not only be beneficial against arthritis. Some evidence suggests that this combination may also help prevent periodontal disease, also called gum disease. This inflammatory disease can include symptoms like red and bleeding gums, bad breath and the breakdown of bone and tissue around teeth. According to a study in bone cells and periodontal tissue, avocado/soybean unsaponifiables may block a protein called IL1B. This protein promotes inflammation and is the main driver of tissue destruction and bone loss in gum disease. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16805677
Neutralizes Free Radicals
Antioxidants fight cellular damage caused by free radicals, which are waste products of metabolism. High levels of them can lead to oxidative stress, which may contribute to diseases like type 2 diabetes and heart disease. By giving electrons to free radicals, antioxidants can neutralize them, preventing them from causing harm. Many types of free radicals exist, but oxygen-derived radicals, known as reactive oxygen species (ROS), are the most concerning. Mitochondria, the cell organs that produce energy, are major sources of ROS. According to one study in diabetic rats, avocado oil can protect against the harmful effects of free radicals by entering the mitochondria. Once there, it's able to neutralize free radicals and prevent them from damaging this important cell organ.
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Allergen Info: This product is manufactured in a facility which also manufactures C60 in Coconut Oil.
In this article, we look at what may seem an unlikely combination: C60 in organic avocado oil. Most of you will be familiar with avocados, the “vogue” fruit sweeping the nation thanks to their healthy fat content, but some readers may not know a whole lot about the molecule known as buckminsterfullerene.
We’ll explore what it is and what health benefits it may have. We’ll then do the same with avocados, despite them being fairly well-known. Finally, we’ll look at the benefits the two could have together and show you why the combination could be a very effective one for many people.
What is C-60?
The C stands for the element carbon, so it’s actually carbon 60—a molecule made up of 60 carbon atoms. There are many different fullerenes that form shapes with different numbers of carbon atoms, but Buckminsterfullerene forms a cage-like structure shaped like a soccer ball, hence another name for it—buckyball.
While it was only discovered in the last 30 years, carbon 60 has been the subject of a lot of exciting research. It came to the fore with a 2012 study into the toxicity of the molecule on rats. Instead of suffering adverse effects, the rats actually lived longer—almost twice as long as two control groups who did not receive the molecule.
Scientists suggested that it may be a powerful antioxidant, which can inhibit harmful oxidation reactions in living cells. Antioxidants have been linked to a variety of health benefits, from improving the health of your heart to reducing the risk of cancer.
What is organic avocado oil?
This one’s a bit simpler—it’s the oil pressed from the fleshy fruit of avocados. It can be used as an ingredient or as a cooking oil, and also has lubrication and cosmetic uses. Its high levels of healthy fats and vitamin E make it a favorite among many health-conscious consumers. It’s been linked to lower blood pressure, improved arthritis, dealing with psoriasis, and boosting the absorption of certain antioxidants.
Let’s put it together - C60 in organic avocado oil.
This is where things could get really interesting. Those long-lived rats we mentioned before received their daily dose in olive oil, but by swapping oils and adding something extra, you can reap the health benefits of the amazing avocado oil together with those from C60. The cumulative effects could have serious medical benefits that could really positively affect ageing.
Looking at the overall benefits of the two ingredients we’re combining here, it’s clear that there is real potential for significant improvements in health. It may not seem like the most natural pairing, combining a healthy and well-known fruit with an unusual-sounding scientific substance, but the logic holds up: that these two compounds could work well together given their respective biological effects.
With so many health benefits crammed into just two ingredients, there’s certainly cause for optimism about the impact this could have. At C60 labs, we didn’t stop there, and went above and beyond just having a great product. The avocado oil we use is made with USDA Certified Organic, Non-GMO Verified fresh avocados. Our Carbon-60 is 96 mg of Ultra Pure (99.95%) C60. All this is packaged in a cobalt bottle to ensure freshness and in with a tamper evident seal to ensure your protection. We expect to see C60 in avocado oil from C60 Labs become one of the next big trends in healthy living, and with good reason!