Stem Cells Are Us
This webpage is dedicated to educating mankind about plant-derived Stem Cells. It doesn't matter what your ailment is, Stem Cells are 'smart' cells that travel to those tissues in the body that need healing. Years of research have proven the product not only to be miraculous but as a natural plant derivative causes no negative side effects.
Plant Derived Stem Cells Amaze Health Practitioners
You have heard about embryonic stem cells (ESC) in the news. Their ability to become and repair virtually any cell type has inspired great expectations. But serious issues - such as growing embryos for harvesting ESC - have encumbered embryonic stem cell research.
Adult stem cells (ASC), the stem cells present in the body after birth and in your body right now, also have the ability of becoming virtually any cell type of the body. However, as we age the amount of ASC produced by the body decreases considerably. But there is good news. Research has produced plant-derived 'smart' ASCs that also zero in on those body tissues that need healing. Adult Stem Cells also detect any threat to the Immune System (bacteria, viruses, ect.) and immediately organize defense strategies. Research indicates Adult Stem Cells help regenerate and rejuvenate the body of the ill and the healthy.
Stem Cells can: Form cartilage, bone, liver, skin, and digestive tract cells; Participate in the generation of new neurons within the human brain; Assist in the renewal of retinal, muscle and cartilage tissues; Improve nerve conduction velocities; Induce renewal of the pancreas and kidneys; renew cardiac tissues and improve cardiac performance; Aid in the renewal of lung tissues and reduction of inflammation; ect.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What is a Stem Cell?
A: A stem cell is a cell that has the ability to duplicate itself endlessly and to become cells of virtually any tissue of the body. Embryonic stem cells are cells extracted from the blastula, the very early embryo, that have an exceptional ability to duplicate in vitro, that is in the test tube, and to become cells of almost any tissue. Adult Stem Cells are cells found in an organism after birth. Until very recently, it was believed that adult stem cells could only become blood cells, bone and connective tissue. But recent development over the last 5 years have revealed that Adult Stem Cells have the capabilities similar to Embryonic Stem Cells.
Q: What is the Stem Cell Theory of Renewal?
A: The stem cell theory of renewal proposes that Stem Cells are naturally released by the bone marrow and travel via the bloodstream toward tissues to promote the body's natural process of renewal. When an organ is subjected to a process that requires renewal, such as the natural aging process, this organ releases compounds that trigger the release of Stem Cells from the bone marrow. The organ also releases compounds that attract Stem Cells to this organ. The released Stem Cells then follow the concentration gradient of these compounds and leave the blood circulation to migrate to the organ where they proliferate and differentiate into cells of this organ, supporting the natural process of renewal.
Q: Why do we hear so much about Embryonic Stem Cells and very little about Adult Stem Cells?
A: The first human Embryonic Stem Cells were grown in vitro, in a petri dish, in the mid 1990s. Rapidly, scientists were successful at growing them for many generations and to trigger their differentiation into virtually any kind of cells, i.e. brain cells, heart cells, liver cells, pancreatic cells, ect. When scientists tried growing adult stem cells, the endeavor was met with less success, as Adult Stem Cells were difficult to grow in vitro for more than a few generations. This led to the idea that embryonic stem cells have more potential than Adult Stem Cells. In addition, the ethical concerns linked to the use of Embryonic Stem Cells have led to a disproportionate representation of Embryonic Stem Cells in the media. But recent developments over the past years have established that Adult Stem Cells have capabilities comparable to Embryonic Stem cells in the human body, not in the test tube. Many studies have indicated that simply releasing Stem Cells from the bone marrow can help support the body's natural process for renewal of tissues and organs.