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Third Party Testing

cGMP (Certified Good Manufacturing Practice)

The Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certification provides independent verification that basic manufacturing practices and prerequisites are being followed in accordance with an effective Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) food safety program. Good Hygienic Practices are also a key element of the CODEX General Principles of Food Hygiene.

The SGS GMP certification demonstrates to customers our commitment to producing and selling safe food-grade products while confirming regulatory compliance.

Certificate US20/819943883

good manufacture practice certification

Mass Spectrometry Certification of Analysis

The Mass Spectrometry Certification of Analysis (COA) of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder confirms Carbon 60 molecules. This is the same test used to confirm Carbon 60 and award the Nobel Prize to Smalley, Kroto and Curl in 1996 for the discovery of Carbon 60.

Note the peak at 720 atomic units. The atomic unit of a single atom of carbon equals 12 atomic units. The 60 carbon atoms times 12 atomic units equals 720 atomic units. The graph spike at 720 atomic units confirms Carbon 60.

Mass Spec Time of Flight tests courtesy of Mass Spectrometry Laboratory, School of Chemical Sciences University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

The Mass Spectrometry Certification of Analysis (COA) of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder confirms Carbon 60 molecules.

electron microscope test

Toxicity Test

Toxicity test of Greska’s Carbon 60 courtesy of the Knoebel Institute for Healthy Aging (KIHA).

The University of Denver, located in Denver, Colorado.

This study was conducted on rat brain cells. These tests confirm that Greska’s Carbon 60 in an aqueous dispersion is non-toxic to rat brain cells.

Toxicity Test

Heavy Metal Test

Greska’s Carbon 60 was tested for heavy metals courtesy of Steep Hill Laboratories, Hawaii.

Heavy metals Certificate of Analysis (COA) showed Greska’s Carbon 60 showed no Heavy Metals were detected in Greska’s Carbon 60 Organic Sunflower Oil to the accuracy of the detection limits.

Heavy Metal Test

Transmission Electron Microscope

TEM (Transmission Electron Microscope).

Microscope pictures of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder showing the uniform size and consistent spherical shape of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder.


Transmission Electron Microscope pictures courtesy of NanoComposix, Inc.

Transmission Electron Microscope

Elemental Analysis

Transmission Electron Microscope Laboratory courtesy of the Colorado School of Mines, College of Material Sciences.

99.48% Carbon and 0.52% Oxygen (No other elements or contaminants)

The HAADF (High Angle Annular Dark Field Imaging), our sample showed all carbon except for 0.52% oxygen. No other trace elements showed up in Greska’s Carbon 60 used to quantify the exact amount of each element.

These pictures show a comparison of the contaminants found in other producers of Carbon 60 powder as compared to Greska’s Carbon 60 powder. 

According to the Transmission Electron Microscope Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines, College of Material Sciences, not one atom of another element (besides oxygen) was present as a contaminant in Greska’s Carbon 60 powder.

Transmission Electron Microscope

Shelf Life of Greska's Carbon 60

Certification of Analysis of Sunflower oil used by Greska’s Carbon 60.

In an effort to be as transparent as possible, Greska’s Carbon 60 is posting the technical datasheet of our shelf life study provided by Amtek.


This shows the purity of our food-grade Sunflower Oil and the efforts the manufacturer takes to ensure it is non-GMO and is Organic. This data sheet also contains nutritional information.

Shelf Life Certificate of Greska's Carbon 60
Shelf Life Certificate of Greska's Carbon 60
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