Super Carbon 60 is a novel supplement based on Buckminsterfullerene discovered in 1985. Following the discovery, researchers and developers identified many industrial uses such as nanotechnology, material science, and nano-medicine.
However, no studies investigate the use of Buckminsterfullerenes as a supplement. Human use of C60 derives from animal studies such as those involving both rats and mice. The supplement appears to be non-toxic to mammals and based on the studies, there is an assumption that C60 may benefit humans as an antioxidant.
Some research indicates the potential benefits of C60 as an antiviral (HIV), photosensitizer, antioxidant, delivery mechanism for drugs or genes, and diagnostic application.
Some human uses include cosmetics for the reduction of the aging of the skin and as a supplement. Some providers of C60 claim that C60 is 175% more effective than Vitamin C. This clam cannot be verified with scientific data.
Those that chose to use Grafex Supplement report a reduction in inflammation such as reduced symptoms of asthma, arthritis, and ulcerative colitis. However, these reports are anecdotal and cannot be verified by independent research.
Additionally, many users of the Grafex Supplement report that it requires several weeks to notice a reduction in inflammation symptoms.