It’s commonly thought that c60 stays in your system for 10 days. I still well remember what it felt like after starting c60, but as time has gone by I no longer notice the feeling as much, because I’ve gotten so used to it. To give it a fair test I stopped taking c60 with expectation of waiting 10 days. I didn’t notice any difference for the first 4 days. Late on the fifth day I thought I was starting to feel a difference. By the sixth day there was no doubt it was gone. My whole body felt older. C60 might take 10 days to leave your system, but after 7 days it’s definitely not doing much. After 2 years non stop, you can really tell when it’s gone.
On the 7th day I decided it was time enough to start my new C60EVO. Taking the same dose I’ve been taking for most of the last 2 years, about 2 tsp, or in this case 10 droppers using the same dropper as before. Nothing happened right away, but later in the day I started feeling that old sensation returning. It was pretty mild, but after taking the second dose the next day, by afternoon, I could tell it was kicking in full speed. I felt exactly like I felt 2 years ago, except this time I knew what to look for. A mild euphoric feeling of well being. You get used to the feeling pretty quick, and don’t really notice it for very long. When you stop taking c60 for a week though, it’s easy to tell it’s gone.
It’s been 2 weeks now, and my conclusion is C60EVO is the real deal. My body is telling me it’s gone back to normal, which tells me it’s working as good as before, and that’s saying a lot since I’m comparing it to LLL. I’m glad I decided to try it, because it proves my wife wrong, who says I never try anything new, and when I do, I usually don’t like it.