MITO BLUE C – Restores Your Mitochondria

Mito Blue C

Mito Blue C (MBC) has been used safely by humans for over 100 years. The most significant benefit of Mito Blue C [MBC] is its ability to restore a dysfunctional mitochondrion. Our mitochondria are the “motor” and “brains” in our cells.

Studies show that once we reach the age of 70, only an average of 15% of the mitochondria is working correctly; no wonder older people feel so tired. Mito Blue C boosts mitochondrial energy, is anti-ageing, and improves mood and memory. [1,2]

It also improves circulation and helps fight fatigue. When a person suffers from any health problem, the mitochondria is malfunctioning. So, correcting and restoring the mitochondria is truly the “holy grail” of resolving many health concerns.

Perhaps the most well-known role of mitochondria is the production of ATP, the energy currency of cells. When the mitochondria are defective, the cells do not have enough energy. The unused oxygen and fuel molecules build up in the cells and cause damage.

Our MBC is water- and fat-soluble, enabling it to enter right into the mitochondria of the cells and even pass the “blood-brain barrier”.

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The first therapeutic use for MBC was as a treatment against malaria. Recent research has shown that it may be neuroprotective against several cytotoxicity related to many common diseases, such as stroke (leading to a heart attack) and Parkinson’s disease. MBC can prevent and manage brain damage in relation to tumours, likely due to its role in the oxidation of NADH and restoration of mitochondrial enzymes.

Our brain’s neurons rely almost entirely on mitochondria-derived energy. [3] Failure of mitochondrial function can affect the rest of your body. But it’s particularly detrimental to your brain. This is where Mito Blue C really shines as possibly one of the most essential anti-ageing and neurological disease-preventing nootropics (cognitive enhancers) we have available today.

Mito Blue C (MBC) Helps with the Following Health Issues:

  • Depression, Anxiety and Memory Loss – Mito Blue C boosts serotonin (the happy chemical in our body) and norepinephrine and neurotransmitters affecting anxiety, depression, and memory. One of the most promising benefits is its potential as an anti-depressant. Studies have shown that MBC can significantly reduce symptoms of depression in patients, even in those who have not responded well to traditional anti-depressant medications. [5] It also improved memory retrieval. In short, it made study participants more focused and more intelligent.

  • Mitochondrial Energy – Mito Blue C assists brain cell respiration by increasing oxygen. Dr. Budwig gave her cancer patients flaxseed oil and Quark (cottage cheese), which causes the body to produce more oxygen to reverse cancer. MBC functions similarly to haemoglobin, which transports oxygen to tissues and organs. This same process is used to create ATP within mitochondria from the food you eat. So, Mito Blue C contributes to this energy-production process instead of the nutrients you get from your food. Increasing cellular energy positively affects mood and memory.

  • Urinary Infections – MBC is an antiseptic that kills bacteria in the urinary tract.

  • Cancer (all types) – MBC affects cancer growth by turning the cancer tumours into aerobic, which stops their growth. Dr. Thomas Seyfried stated that cancer is a disease of a dysfunctional metabolism. Our metabolism depends directly on our properly functioning mitochondria. Therefore, if we could “restore” and “reactivate” our sluggish, impaired mitochondria, we would reverse cancer and many other diseases. It also crosses BBB (Blood Brain Barrier) and is an excellent remedy for glioblastoma (brain cancer). [3]

  • Alzheimer’s disease: Recent studies have shown that MBC may effectively treat Alzheimer’s disease by reducing the buildup of toxic proteins in the brain and is a powerful anti-inflammatory remedy. [4]

  • Sepsis is a potentially life-threatening condition when the body’s immune system overreacts to an infection. It can lead to organ failure and even death. MBC effectively treats sepsis by reducing inflammation and improving blood flow. One study found that MBC improved survival rates in patients with sepsis significantly. Many hospitals in the UK have had severe sepsis outbreaks in recent years. [5]

  • Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects movement, and the death of dopamine-producing neurons in the brain causes it. A recent study found that MBC can protect these neurons and prevent their death, potentially slowing or halting the progression of Parkinson’s disease. [6]

  • Malaria – is a life-threatening disease caused by a parasite that infects red blood cells. MBC is effective in treating malaria, as it can kill the parasite that causes the disease. [7]

  • Methemoglobinemia is a rare blood disorder in which the blood contains too much methemoglobin, a form of haemoglobin that cannot transport oxygen effectively. MB treats methemoglobinemia by converting the excess methemoglobin back into its standard form, allowing it to transport oxygen properly. [8]

  • Cyanide Poisoning is a deadly poison found in various industrial chemicals and certain foods. MB can treat cyanide poisoning by binding to it and converting it into a less toxic form. [9]

  • Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) is a severe respiratory condition that can occur in people with certain medical conditions, such as pneumonia or sepsis. A study found that MBC can improve lung function and reduce inflammation in patients with ARDS. [10]

  • Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects many men worldwide aged 60 and over. A study found that Mito Blue C can improve erectile function by increasing blood flow to the body. [11]

  • Neurological Disorder – MBC can potentially treat neurological disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and stroke. [12]

  • Radiation-Induced Tissue Injury Management – Many people suffering from cancer have undergone radiation treatments that often damage surrounding healthy tissue. MBC has been found to protect against radiation-induced tissue injury by reducing oxidative stress and inflammation. [13]

  • Diabetes – MBC has been found to improve insulin sensitivity and reduce blood sugar levels. [14]

  • Ulcers can develop in the digestive tract. MBC can reduce ulcer formation by inhibiting the growth of Helicobacter pylori, a bacterium often associated with ulcers. [15]

  • Skin Conditions – MBC has been helpful for various skin conditions, such as psoriasis [16] and eczema. It may also help reduce inflammation and improve skin barrier function, potentially improving symptoms.

  • Antiviral Properties – MBC has excellent antiviral properties, particularly against viruses such as Covid, dengue and Zika. It has been shown to inhibit viral replication and reduce the severity of symptoms in animal studies. [17]

  • Heart Disease – Helps prevent strokes leading to heart attacks, enhances circulation, and improves cardiac function. [18]

  • Wound Healing – MBC promotes wound healing, as it may also help reduce inflammation and promote the growth of new blood vessels. [19]

  • Liver Disease – MBC has been found to potentially treat various forms of liver disease, such as liver fibrosis and fatty liver disease. It may do this by reducing inflammation and oxidative stress in the liver. [20]
  • Alcohol Use Disorder – MBC has been found to reduce the severity of alcohol withdrawal symptoms. [21]

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease – IBD is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the digestive tract that includes Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. [22]

  • Bone Loss Prevention – MBC promotes bone formation and reduces bone loss in animal osteoporosis studies. It may do this by promoting the differentiation of bone cells and reducing inflammation. [23]

  • Tinnitus – The ringing or buzzing sound in the ears is reduced in severity. [24]

  • Chemotherapy-induced neuropathy is a common side effect of cancer treatment that can cause pain, numbness, and tingling in the extremities. MBC has been found to reduce neuropathic pain and improve nerve function in animal studies. [25]

  • Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that can cause vision loss and blindness. MBC has helped reduce intraocular pressure, which can help prevent damage to the optic nerve in glaucoma patients. [26]

  • Hair Loss Management – promotes hair growth by increasing blood flow to the hair follicles and promoting the proliferation of hair cells. [27]

  • Depression is a common symptom of Parkinson’s disease. MBC has been found to improve depressive symptoms in patients with Parkinson’s disease in a small clinical trial. [28]

  • Epilepsy – seizure frequency reduced by increasing levels of the neurotransmitter GABA and reducing oxidative stress in the brain. [29]

  • Stroke – MBC has been found to protect against brain damage and reduce neurological deficits in animal models of stroke. [30]

  • Osteoarthritis – is a degenerative joint disease that causes pain and stiffness. MBC has been found to reduce joint inflammation and cartilage damage in animal models of osteoarthritis. [31]

  • Multiple Sclerosis – Mito Blue C has been found to potentially treat various neurological disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury, and stroke. It may help protect neurons from damage and reduce inflammation, potentially improving the outcome of these conditions.

  • Neuroprotectant: MBC is a potent antioxidant against free radicals. Free radicals are highly reactive species that attack biologically relevant molecules such as DNA, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids, leading to cell damage and homeostatic disruption. Amazingly, MBC will bind to superoxide free radicals and reduce it to water. It stops the oxidative cascade at its very beginning before it gets a chance to do damage.

High-Quality MMB USP 99.9% Purity

Our product has 3rd party tested by a certified lab in the US for purity.
Be careful with many Methylene Blue brands on the market as they contain many heavy metals.
Our Mito Blue C is 99.9% pure with a USP testing certificate.


My dad was diagnosed with mantle cell lymphoma back in Feb 2007. He has been thru chemo several times and it's to the point now that he just can't stand the strong treatments and they aren't effective now anyway. We have always believed that God put natural methods here to cure cancer etc. And one of his friends told us about Mary Martin Sloop who back in the early to mid 1900's took MBC for cancer after the Dr. had cut her open and then sewed her back up because they said they couldn't do anything for her. Mary Martin Sloop went on to live 40 more years after taking the Mito Blue.
Kevin (Wilkesboro, Nc)
I found that MB works great for chronic fatigue. It was like someone hit my on switch. My energy level and thinking improved drastically and I was easily able to give up caffeine. However, the reason why MB was able to work so well for me is that my chronic fatigue was due the fact that MB treats mitochondria damage, and I have mitochondria damage from taking Cipro. Never take Cipro.
Cynthia (California)
I've only been taking MB for about two weeks….and its positive results for me in this little time have been remarkable. I've been suffering with depression and numerous physical problems for several years, to the point of being nearly bedridden at times, and being unable to function productively more days than not. I've tried dozens and dozens of natural remedies, with only limited effect. When I began taking the MB, I had a couple of days of discomfort in the area of one kidney. But within a couple of days, this had subsided, and I currently have the strongest physical and mental health I've had in years! My mood is joyful, and I have much improved focus when reading. The pains in my spleen area have virtually disappeared, I can breathe comfortably at rest (my breathing was labored before), and I have gone from needing 9 or 10 hours of sleep a night to needing only 6 or 7 to get by comfortably.
Bp (Edmonton, Ab, Canada)
There are two areas where it seems to have worked magic: Cysts and Anxiety; as well as other benefits for insomnia and problem solving. It did clear up my long term liver/kidney/diaphram/intestinal cysts, and for that, I am very grateful. I stopped taking it for about a week, and the pain radiating from what used to be the most painful cyst began to return, so I am sure this is what fixed them… Anxiety: There's something about MB that fixes my generalized anxiety. It's fairly miraculous in that regard. I did not take it for anxiety, but I notice an improvement (almost total resolution) when I take it. As a result, don't need xanax. Along with the reduced anxiety, it helps me to focus more on problem solving. Not a complete resolution but a definite improvement. I have chronic fatigue related brain fog, and it definitely gives a boost in that department so I can see why it is being used successfully in Alzheimer's patients. I think I am sleeping better -- deeper sleep, not getting up so much in the middle of the night, because of the MB, which is huge because I've lived through 25 years of insomnia. Used to take RX sleeping pills of various kinds (4-5 days per week) but not taking them anymore.
Posted by Bennie (San Diego, California)
Interesting! I'm taking MB and it actually stops my heart palpitations. It has also stopped anxiety and panic attacks. I am taking about 20 drops once or twice a day.
Posted by Califlybaby (Utah)
MB works very good. I have been fighting parasites for 2 years now. Gone in 3-4 days. I take half a glass of water with 4 blue drops 2 times a day. I would do half a glass with 4 drops 2 times a day. This works better than anything on the market and very few know about it.
Marie (TX)
I am amazed that after one and a half days of taking MB with vitamin C my 85 year old dad, who has Parkinson's, initiated transfer to his wheelchair and needed much less assistance than yesterday. Yesterday he was not weight bearing much. This morning I did not pick him up to get in his chair, just guided him. I broke out into laughter of happiness!
Posted by Jane (Fort Worth, TX)
I am on 40 drops now, ramped up since 9/10/2022.... neuropathy feet waking up, color is great on both feet..... the one foot that was not neuropathic is going a bit faster cleaning the color and regaining feeling.
Posted by wildp (So. Cal)

MBC Dosage and Dilution Instructions

  • Start with five drops (2 drops for children) to 250ml/8oz of pure water to which ¼ teaspoon of baking soda has been added and drink it with a straw and then suck on a tablet of natural Vitamin C (this helps activate the MB and stops your tongue, eyes and urine turning blue).
  • Drink the solution on an empty stomach, and wait 15 minutes before consuming any food, as food may interfere with its absorption and at least 7 hours away from bedtime as it could interfere with sleep.
  • With a serious illness, split the dosage into two parts, like half the dosage first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and then the other half of the dosage about 15 minutes before the noon meal.
  • Take for six days and on the 7th day do not take MB but give your body a rest.
  • After one week, increase by two drops daily until you feel more energy and/or other benefits; that is your personal “sweet spot”. MBC works very well at low doses, and “more is not necessarily better.” In fact, if a person overdoses, it can result in zero benefits. It is not recommended to take more than 30 drops a day. However, some larger people have taken up to 50 drops daily, which is their personal “sweet spot”, meaning they notice the benefits. If you overdose, you may experience gastrointestinal upset, dizziness, headache, or skin irritation. If so, discontinue use for 24 hours and then start back on a very low dosage.
  • Don’t worry if MBC causes a blue tongue. The baking soda and vitamin C and drinking with a straw should resolve that, but if not, the blue colour will disappear in about 40 minutes.
  • You could also buy empty capsules, put the drops into the capsule, and suck on Vitamin C afterwards to avoid a blue tongue. Brushing the teeth with baking soda will also clean the teeth and tongue.
  • Mito Blue C (MBC) is a very safe medicine, especially when taken as recommended and when you use our purity/potency-tested remedy. It is one of the most well-researched, safest compounds on the market today. Our MB is third-party tested by our manufacturer to ensure purity/potency, USP grade, and independently tested for purity/potency with each batch we make.
  • Do not drink any alcohol while taking MBC. If you plan to drink, do not take any MBC that day or make sure at least 7 hours have passed since taking it. You take MBC for six days and give it a rest on day 7, which would be a good day to enjoy some alcoholic drink if you want to.
  • Many drugs can interact with Mito Blue. Tell your healthcare providers that you take methylene blue with Vitamin C. This includes your doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and dentists.
  • Do not give MBC to your pets or other animals.
  • MBC is helpful for some liver disorders. However, if you have chronic ongoing liver disease; or kidney disease, tell your Health Care professional before starting on MBC.
  • Do not take MBC if you have G6PD deficiency (an inherited condition where the body does not have enough of an enzyme called G6PD, which helps red blood cells work correctly.)
  • Do not take MBC during pregnancy and breastfeeding or give it to babies.
  • Anti-Depressant Medication – (MBC is an anti-depressant on its own and may conflict with other anti-depressants). It should not be taken if you are using serotonergic compounds for depression due to the high serotonin-inducing nature of alfentanil, SSRIs, 5-HTP, St John’s Wort, fentanyl, buspirone; digoxin, digitalis; dihydroergotamine, ergotamine; phenytoin; pimozide; quinidine; citalopram, escitalopram, fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline, Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, desvenlafaxine, duloxetine, levomilnacipran, milnacipran, venlafaxine, Effexor, Cymbalta, Pristiq, bupropion, clomipramine, mirtazapine and others;
  • Heart MedicationMBC is also a remedy for heart disease and could conflict with other medicines. MBC is counter-indicated if you are on warfarin (Coumadin, Jantoven); an MAO inhibitor–isocarboxazid, linezolid, phenelzine, rasagiline, selegiline, tranylcypromine, etc.
  • Organ Transplant Medicine – medicine to prevent organ transplant rejection–cyclosporine, sirolimus and tacrolimus.

Store at room temperature, away from light and moisture. Do not store it in the bathroom. Keep all medicines away from children and pets.  

All our “Clinical” and “HomeCare Distance” cancer programs automatically include MBC.
Please let us know beforehand if you are taking any drugs that could conflict with MBC.                  
Questions? Contact us at: [email protected]


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