Fullerene Filter for your Zepter Bioptron Pro 1
Zepter scientists have created a new filter. The filter is made out of Fullerene, a molecule formed of 60 carbon atoms (C60). It is the third naturally stable form of carbon, the first two being graphite and diamond. About 97% of the human body is made out of six elements – carbon being one of them.
Fullerene filters are capable of hyperpolarizing Bioptron’s already polarized light making it compatible with biological structures. Hyperpolarized light communicates with molecules, cells and tissues of our body and transfers its ideal harmony of C60 and its energetic state initiating the equilibrium in energetically disturbed biological structures and processes.
What started as an astrochemistry project with focus on analyzing the makeup of space and celestial bodies in the universe, ended up sparking a major breakthrough in carbon chemistry with the discovery of a third and unprecedented new allotropic form of elemental carbon in nature: the fascinating Fullerene C60 arranged in a pattern of 20 hexagons and 12 pentagons with the icosahedral symmetry (the other two forms of carbon in nature are graphite and diamond).
The BIOPTRON medical Hyperpolarized light – HPL (harmonized light with perfectly ordered photons) is a unique revolutionary feature in healing light technology, introducing extraordinary molecule: Fullerene C60.
This serendipitous discovery of C60 awarded in 1996 with the Nobel Prize in chemistry, triggered a new field of research introducing the world to new symmetric nanomaterials, thus opening an entirely new chapter of nanotechnology and nanomedicine: the studies led scientists and engineers to think of the multiple applications that the C60 could contribute (e.g. new cancer treatments, lightweight batteries, powerful rocket fuels, just to state a few examples).