Dear Customer,

Here is some info regarding pulverized C60 in ethanol.

Please note that this product was never intended to be sold.  A customer asked us to supply it [pulverized] and so we put it up on our web page.  We normally don’t give instructions. However rather than be peppered by hundreds of questions– we’ve relented!

We’re  FIRST  to  develop  pulverized  C60  and  continue  to  perfect  our  process.

UPDATED: How to separate C60/ethanol without expensive equipment:

The best solution is not to split the carbon 60 ethanol at all!  If you have 2 grams of pulverized carbon 60 in ethanol, simply pour the 2grams/15ml of C60 ethanol into 2 or 2.4 liters of olive oil.  2 liters is good because the oil will have more carbon 60 than it needs.  Wash out the container your C60 ethanol came in with olive oil.

In this state, the 2 liters of olive oil will have a shelf life of about 3–5 years and up to 5 years if kept in a cool dark place with an even temperature.

Or if you purchased 5 grams, simply pour the 5 grams into 5 liters of olive oil– which will last years also.

But if you really must split the carbon 60 ethanol into separate parts, here is a new easier method:

  1. First make a batch of oil according to your taste.  Mix the highest quality organic extra virgin oil you can get with olive oil which is the second or third pressing.  That way, the taste will not be as severe.  The high quality extra virgin oil is very important.  Adjust the ratio to suit your taste.  Iliada olive oil is reasonably good.
  2. The container your C60 came in has a foil seal which is useful as a septa.  So it’s best to use a syringe needle to puncture it.  That way, little air can get through the tiny hole and spoil the ethanol.
  3. Buy a syringe of 50ml or 100ml.  50ml if you’ve purchased 2 grams, or 100ml if you’ve purchased 5 or 10 grams of Pulverized carbon 60 in ethanol.
  4. Purchase a long needle for the syringe.  You can search ebay for a G14 (14 gauge) needle. Try searching for: long syringe needle 14G or Long syringe needle 15G etc.  The higher the gauge number, the smaller the needle.  Larger syringes do not have the same fitting (luer slip) as small syringes, so you may wish to buy large syringes that come with an adapter for the needle to fit.
  5. Now shake the C60 container very well and pierce the foil seal with the needle and extract ALL pulverized carbon 60/ethanol into the syringe.  The syringe is a very good container and the pulverized carbon 60 can be kept in the syringe indefinitely until you need to use it.
  6. Tip: Buy small silicone rubber bungs and push the needle into one of them to prevent air entering through the syringe needle. Now the syringe is sealed.
  7. Try to do the above steps in low light conditions and maybe wrap the syringe in foil or aluminum tape to keep light out.
  8. Leave a small bubble in the syringe so that when you shake the syringe, the contents will be homogenized.
  9. When you’re ready to make carbon 60 olive oil, shake the syringe very well and if the contents is 15ml/2grams, dispense half of it (7.5ml) into 1 liter of oil or even into 1.2 liters of olive oil.  The 7.5 ml of pulverized carbon 60 (PC60) in ethanol  will contain 1 gram of C60.  Try to keep the syringe horizontal so C60 does not fall to the bottom of the syringe during the operation.

So if you have purchased 2 grams, this method (albeit not very scientific), is pretty accurate for these purposes, and will separate the 2 grams into 1 gram lots.

We are the first to develop C60 sonication to it’s
Archimedean point’

Caveats

  • This process should be done as fast as possible because the ethanol likes to absorb water from the air, and water under the surface of oil could lead to botulism.  This is why we use 100% ethanol.  98% is NOT good enough.
  • Pregnant women should not take Carbon 60.  For example, patchouli oil is said to be responsible for almost certain miscarriage in the first trimester, and is known for that.  Is it worth the risk?  Absolutely not.
  • Pro tip: When adding C60 ethanol to the oil, fill your flask to within a few millimeters of the top so that the flask cannot take any more oil.  If the oil is in a deep container, the ethanol will still flash off but it will form a vapor barrier which prevents further evaporation.  Filling to the top edge helps tremendously with evaporation.
  • Try this: use a volumetric flask of 1 liter if you are using 1 liter of oil.  The ethanol will float on top, which if you leave to settle, you may be able to extract the ethanol off the top and use for later.
  • Do not dry the pulverized ethanol Carbon 60.  In this pulverized state it will rapidly oxidize.

Our product has an incredible color because pulverized C60 has literally gone through a transformation.  It’s far more powerful than regular C60, which clumps together in roughly the 300nm range.  So powerful that it literally cleans the olive oil.

When we first discovered this, it blocked our filters immediately!  It meant only one thing– the pulverized was/is pulling a ‘sludge’ from the oil which is not needed.  It’s about 40ml in about 2 or 3 liters and is a dark chocolate color.

So expect your filters to block– even if they never have before.

For your information, we filter all our C60OO twice, using first a 25 micron vacuum filter, then a 10 micron sintered glass vacuum filter.  Professional sintered glass filters are not like cheap 1 micron filters!

This is one of the secrets as to why our product has a lighter color than normal– because there is no dark chocolate sludge in it, coloring it brown.   Nor do we use heat (which is cheating).

For the Philosophers out there, this purification (removal of sludge) of the oil would be regarded as the putrefaction stage; the so–called caput mortuum caput mortem.   The Olive oil could then be considered to have evolved, increasing it’s frequency significantly (because of the removal of the lower frequency or devolved caput mortuum).  The violet/red color indicates the evolution of the oil. From yellow to red/violet, the two last colors of the transformation of the Philosophers stone.

The art of making C60 olive oil is not about cramming as much C60 into as little oil as possible!  It’s about evolution and frequencies.  I wont say any more at present.  Look out for our new product coming soon.  A female version of Carbon 60!

How To Add Pulverized ethanol Carbon 60 to Olive Oil

Please use 100% olive oil.  We blend our own using some (Koroneiki) extra virgin olive oils and the second pressing of the (Koroneiki) olive.  We cannot recommend any other oil for good reasons.  Olive oil is the highest oil.

Place olive oil in say a large open flask.  Do not stir.

For the spiritually inclined, this operation would be called fecundation by the Philosophers (Alchemists).  For those who believe in astrology, a birth is a very important time.  So try to cleanse your mind of all negative thought and maybe it’s best if people who are not of a like mind, are not present.  Family is fine.

One could also say a prayer because what is a laboratory?  It is a place where one labors and is an Oratory.  Or perhaps one could consider astrological times when fecundating the olive oil?

Now imbibe the oil with the C60 ethanol very slowly, keeping your mind free of negative thought.  DO NOT STIR.  The ethanol will float to the surface and will flash off, letting the C60 submerge into the olive oil.  If left over night, the C60 will spread to every corner of the flask.

The oil needs some stirring at the beginning and every few days or once a week after that, especially the bottom of the container.

Red Lion pulverized carbon 60 is about 50% monomolecular, so not all C60 will be dissolved and some including the ‘caput mortuum’ will remain at the bottom.

Alchemist and neophyte pray and work.

Determining Quality

The procedure so far is:

  • Mix PC60 with oil
  • Sonicate immediately if you have an ultrasonic bath
  • Stir occasionally every few days especially the bottom of the flask
  • Let the mixture macerate for three weeks minimum or better, 4-5 weeks (stirring every few days)
  • Filter + Bottle

If you wish to know how much C60 has been dissolved in your olive oil, don’t filter it yet.  After 3 weeks of stirring and maturing, let the oil sit for another week, or several weeks more but this time without stirring.

Any undissolved pulverized carbon 60 will fall to the bottom of the container.  Now pour off all the oil, leaving any remaining carbon 60 at the bottom.

Wash this remaining carbon 60 with ethanol (alcohol), dry and weigh it.  If the weight of residual carbon 60 is .04 grams and you added 1 gram of PC60 to 1.2 liters of oil, then the oil is saturated with C60 at 80mg per 100ml of olive oil.

Simple technique for washing residual carbon 60

  • To wash residual carbon 60 of oil, place the oil and residual pulverized carbon 60 in a beaker or test tube.
  • Fill beaker with ethanol and stir well.  The oil will now mix with the ethanol (alcohol).  You could use 95% ‘Everclear‘ or high purity isopropyl alcohol.
  • Leave the mixture to stand for several days or even weeks.  Or use a centrifuge if you have one.  Take note of when the liquid becomes clear and continue to let stand for a while longer if you wish.
  • The pulverized carbon 60 will fall to the bottom of the beaker.
  • Pour off as much ethanol as you can out of the beaker without removing any of the carbon 60.  Again, a long syringe needle is a good idea here.  At this point, you will also be pouring off the oil as it will be mixed with the ethanol.
  • Pour fresh ethanol into the beaker on top of the pulverized carbon 60 and repeat the process as many times as you feel necessary.
  • When you are happy no oil remains, leave the beaker to sit for a few days and pour off the ethanol as usual without removing any carbon 60.
  • Cover the beaker with cheese cloth or place it in an oven at very low heat and let the ethanol completely evaporate.
  • The pulverized carbon 60 should look like a dry dark powder with so sheen and should be quite powdery if there is no oil in it.

Now you can scrape the carbon 60 out of the beaker and weigh it.

Using a Soxhlet

A more advanced method is to use a soxhlet extractor and fine grade ashless filter paper…

  • Put residual C60/oil in ashless filter paper and place in soxhlet
  • Run the soxhlet for about 10 circulations
  • Calcine the ashless paper and carbon 60 in a crucible but keep the temperature below 250°C
  • Weigh the carbon 60

For commercial purposes

Many customers are making and selling carbon 60 olive oil using RL pulverized carbon 60.  This was unexpected and we are thrilled knowledge of Carbon 60 is being spread all across the World by small entrepreneurs.  Let’s create a health pandemic!

If you are manufacturing your own carbon 60 olive oil and wish to sell it, here are some additional tips:

Firstly, expensive equipment is not needed at all.  Pulverized carbon 60 removes much of the headache of dissolving a solute like carbon 60 in olive oil.  For example a centrifuge is not needed.  Nor is over dosing the oil with 10 times the carbon 60 it can accept.

Additional steps with extra equipment only serve to improve the performance, frequency and potency of the product.  It’s a bit like adding a fuel additive to your car.  It helps the car run well but is not absolutely necessary.

So sonication and all other steps simply make the product better.  Or higher!

You may hear frightening rumors about sonication being the worst thing imaginable– but that is simply not true.  For example ultrasound is used on pregnant women and patients generally.  Yes it is true if sonication is powerful enough it will create implosive micro bubbles of high temperatures (cavitation),  but it will not hurt women, babies or olive oil if done in a measured way!

Sonication at low amplitudes and frequencies mixes the oil rapidly and creates movement in the liquid, but without needing to get to cavitation.  Cavitation may raise the totox value, p-anisidine and peroxide values using a sonicator probe in about 20 minutes [Cañizares-Maci et al], but at low frequencies (20khz-28khz) it’s difficult to cavitate oil using an ultrasonic bath.  Note that a sonicator probe is completely different than an ultrasonic bath.  A sonicator probe is about 1000 times more powerful.

What sonication does is ‘open’ the oil.  It allows the C60 to dissolve more easily and saturate the oil even more.  Sonication shakes the lipid fats with waves of sound energy making the oil accept even more C60.

Interestingly, sonication represents Mercury of the Philosophers.  And sonication is closely related to the Air principle –Spirit  Gold-As-An-Alchemy-Symbol-21

Mercury is said to concentrate spiritual energies, whereas Sulphur concentrates emotional energies.  Finally Salt (of the Philosophers) concentrates physical energies.

In this case, Mercury (sonication) is concentrating Fire (Spirit; carbon 60) in Salt (olive oil).  However Alchemists will now complain I called oil a Salt when it is really Sulphur!

Diagram of the Elements

But the process of sonication can reverse if the oil is sonicated too much.

When you have imbibed the oil with pulverized carbon 60, it needs 3 weeks to mature and not a day less!

Pro Tip from K.E. [thank you]: When the oil turns dark brown to black [as yet undissolved PC60], do not throw it away.  It’s NOT supposed to turn purple/red straight away!

We use sintered glass buchner funnels to filter our carbon 60 olive oil.  But you can use bags filters which don’t require a vacuum.  Please click here to view a seller on ebay who sells .5micron bag filters.

Sonication

A sonicator should be about 400watts.  21khz is best but a 28khz ultrasonic machine is fine, it will just take a bit longer.

The power of the machine makes no difference!  That may sound unbelievable but it is the TIME that is most important, not the power.

So what time should we use?  It depends on the oil, if it is olive oil then it depends on when the plant was harvested, soil conditions, average sunlight, what type of olive oil, EVOO? maybe mixed with lighter oil? It also depends on the temperature of the oil and other factors.

Having said that, try 20 minutes for a 5 liter sonicator then 30 and 40 minutes. Buy a tall measuring flask or you could buy a container used with hydrometers in beer making. 3 containers would be best.

When you have done a few tests at different times, pour the samples into the flasks and look down into or through them to view the color.  Being in a tall flask, color differences should be noticeable.

More to follow…

Fun experiment:

Much of our pulverized C60 is mono-molecular.  If you place one drop of Red Lion Pulverized C60 ethanol into fresh oil, it will spread and what you may be looking at is a layer of C60 on the surface of the oil– 1 molecule thick.  But we have not verified this as yet.

We’ll be adding more information and instructions in the near future.

 

 Pray and Work