Stem Cell Therapy

Thanks for visiting this page as a follow up to this Blog Post.

Like I said in the BlogPost, the testimonies were real and genuine and I can attest to that fact; so if you are with me, then let's continue.

The secret behind the testimonies given by all those people at that Seminar especially the man who was "literally dead", is Stem Cell Therapy.

For many years, Scientists have known that it is very possible to even clone a man using stem cells and that all cells in the body can be regenerated using stem cells and research has continued up to this day.

However, most Governments of the World are opposed to using mankind stem cells as there are ethical issues about and around it; but that has not stopped Scientists and Medical Professionals from applying limited types of stem cell therapy especially in bone marrow transplants to treat certain forms of genetic disorders and certain cancers such as leukemia (Blood Cancer).

You might want to know what stem cells are:

Stem cells are a class of undifferentiated cells that are able to differentiate into specialized cell types.

Commonly, stem cells come from two main sources:

Embryos formed during the blastocyst phase of embryological development (embryonic stem cells) and

Adult tissue (adult stem cells).

Both types are generally characterized by their potency, or potential to differentiate into different cell types (such as skin, muscle, bone, etc.).

While adult stem cells may be localized to the organs where they originally were located, embryonic stem cells are not limited to any particular organ, they can assume the shape and characteristics of the cells of any organ be it the brain or spinal cord or eye or nose or ear e.t.c.

Adult stem cells

Adult or somatic stem cells exist throughout the body after embryonic development and are found inside of different types of tissue.

These stem cells have been found in tissues such as the brain, bone marrow, blood, blood vessels, skeletal muscles, skin, and the liver.

They remain in a quiescent or non-dividing state for years until activated by disease or tissue injury.

Adult stem cells can divide or self-renew indefinitely, enabling them to generate a range of cell types from the originating organ or even regenerate the entire original organ.

It is generally thought that adult stem cells are limited in their ability to differentiate based on their tissue of origin, but there is some evidence to suggest that they can differentiate to become other cell types.

Embryonic stem cells

Embryonic stem cells are derived from a four- or five-day-old human embryo that is in the blastocyst phase of development.

The embryos are usually extras that have been created in IVF (in vitro fertilization) clinics where several eggs are fertilized in a test tube, but only one is implanted into a woman.

Sexual reproduction begins when a male's sperm fertilizes a female's ovum (egg) to form a single cell called a zygote.

The single zygote cell then begins a series of divisions, forming 2, 4, 8, 16 cells, etc. After four to six days - before implantation in the uterus - this mass of cells is called a blastocyst.

The blastocyst consists of an inner cell mass (embryoblast) and an outer cell mass (trophoblast).

The outer cell mass becomes part of the placenta, and the inner cell mass is the group of cells that will differentiate to become all the structures of an adult organism.

This latter mass is the source of embryonic stem cells - totipotent cells (cells with total potential to develop into any cell in the body).

In a normal pregnancy, the blastocyst stage continues until implantation of the embryo in the uterus, at which point the embryo is referred to as a fetus.

This usually occurs by the end of the 10th week of gestation after all major organs of the body have been created.

However, when extracting embryonic stem cells, the blastocyst stage signals when to isolate stem cells by placing the "inner cell mass" of the blastocyst into a culture dish containing a nutrient-rich broth.

Lacking the necessary stimulation to differentiate, they begin to divide and replicate while maintaining their ability to become any cell type in the human body.

Eventually, these undifferentiated cells can be stimulated to create specialized cells.

Because of the controversies and mixed feelings generated by the use of embryonic stem cells for research and treatment, Scientists turned their gaze to plants

And in the past decade or so, Scientists have discovered that some Plant Stem Cells that do act like human stem cells

Plant stem cells are innately undifferentiated cells located in the meristems of plant.

They serve as the origin of plant vitality, as they maintain themselves while providing a steady supply of precursor cells to form differentiated tissues and organs in plants.

Two distinct areas of stem cells are recognised: the apical meristem and the lateral meristem.

Plant stem cells are characterized by two distinctive properties, which are: the ability to create all differentiated cell types and the ability to self-renew such that the number of stem cells is maintained.

Plant stem cells never undergo aging process but immortally give rise to new specialized and unspecialized cells, and they have the potential to grow into any organ, tissue, or cell in the body.

Thus they are totipotent cells equipped with regenerative powers that facilitate plant growth and production of new organs throughout lifetime.

Unlike animals, plants are immobile.

As plants cannot escape from danger by taking motion, they need a special mechanism to withstand various and sometimes unforeseen environmental stress.

Here, what empowers them to withstand harsh external influence and preserve life is stem cell. 

In fact, plants comprise the oldest and the largest living organisms on earth, including Bristlecone Pines in California, U.S. (4,842 years old), and the Giant Sequoia in mountainous regions of California, U.S. (87 meters in height and 2,000 tons in weight).

This is possible because they have a modular body plan that enables them to survive substantial damage by initiating continuous and repetitive formation of new structures and organs such as leaves and flowers.

Plant stem cells are also characterized by their location in specialized structures called meristematic tissues, which are located in root apical meristem (RAM), shoot apical meristem (SAM), and vascular system ((pro)cambium or vascular meristem.)

Numerous medicines, perfumes, pigments, antimicrobials, and insecticides are derived from plant natural products.

Cultured CambialMeristematic Cells (CMC) may provide a cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and sustainable source of important natural products, including paclitaxel.

Unlike plant cultivation, this approach is not subject to the unpredictability caused by variation in climatic conditions or political instability in certain part of the world.

Also, CMCs from reference specifies may also provide an important biological tool to explore plant stem cell function.

The Product that is making the latest waves in "healing and treatment" is made from Plant Stem Cells

So if you have or anyone you know has any chronic debilitating disease condition, this Product would surely be of great help

If you would like to get the product, send the words "stem cell therapy" to

sms:     0814-291-6777

whatsapp:     0705-994-9508

Call:     0809-811-5050

Thanks once again for visiting my page

Please share your opinion with us using the comment box below