Introducing Igniton, Inc.

A Colorado corporation focused on improving longevity, cognitive functions, memory, and personal energy.

About Igniton Video


Igniton technologies were developed in Switzerland and are currently owned by Telomeron, Inc. The process to concentrate and stabilize Ignitons is established and operated in Igniton’s Colorado facility.

Ignitons (igni – Latin for “fire”) are neutral quasi-particles, exotic in nature, generated by stars such as our Sun. Ignitons are the basis of the life force.

The size and velocity of the Igniton is similar to the tau neutrino.

Igniton size is r² = 1.5 × 10−33 cm² (n × 1 nanobarn).

A quantum interaction between ignitons and protons allows ignitons to disperse geometrically on the proton’s peripheral gray region.

Technology targets atoms of hydrogen, nitrogen, carbon or oxygen.

Igniton applications can be classified as atto-technology (10–18 meters).

Igniton stablization and concentration facility in Colorado, USA


Ignitons can be used in biomedical applications such as longevity, improvement of cognitive functions (including memory), improvement of body energy, cosmetics, new materials, and agriculture. Ignitons show promising effects on limiting the telomere shortening process, recovering telomere length, and enhancing cognitive function of the human brain. The use of Ignitons enhances already-developed compounds, i.e., a 100-milligram dose can be reduced to 20-40 milligrams.

Definition of the A-9 molecule:

New molecule, A-9, is a containment structure of matter, otherwise called Ignitons, a new class of quasi-particles whose existence is defined as the by-product of nuclear reactions occurring in celestial bodies. A-9 is an extremely active but stable compound whose versatility allows excellent applications in many fields of science. The specific structure of A-9 also allows accurate application in the nanotechnology field.