Experimental Molecular Frequencies for Astaxanthin - USE AT OWN RISK -
Chemical Names: Astaxanthin; 472-61-7; Ovoester; Astaxanthine; Natupink; BioAstin More...
Molecular Formula: C40H52O4
Molecular Weight: 596.852 g/mol
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A little-known carotenoid called astaxanthin is now believed to be the most beneficial antioxidant nature has to offer. Astaxanthin's benefits are so numerous, I've written several articles to cover its many activities, from UV-radiation protection, to eye and heart health, to improved athletic performance.
It is one of the very few supplements I recommend to virtually everyone, for its overall health benefits. It's really one of the most profoundly beneficial supplements I've ever encountered.
In terms of antioxidant power or potency, astaxanthin is 550 times stronger than vitamin E, and 6,000 times stronger than vitamin C!
Dr. Gerald Cysewski, who has a doctorate in chemical engineering and served as an assistant professor at the Department of Chemical Engineering at UC Santa Barbara, is recognized as a leading authority on large-scale production of microalgae, including the microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis, from which astaxanthin is produced.
Dr. Cysewski is also the founder of Cyanotech, the first company to produce natural astaxanthin - first for aquaculture use, and later, for human consumption.
Remote frequencies for Astaxanthin sub-harmonics 66-87 (22 frequency steps)
MW Astaxanthin Remote
Contact frequencies for Astaxanthin sub-harmonics 65-87 (23 frequency steps)
MW Astaxanthin Contact
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