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Vitality from Deep Inside: Stem Cell Activation Therapy at Home

Posted by Ian D. Ravensdale

May 30, 2017 at 10:58 AM

Stem Cell Therapy is something of a buzz topic in health and wellness circles these days, and there’s some real substance to that as clinical research into stem therapy benefits has expanded dramatically over recent years. With that expansion has come the realization that individuals can gain some of the benefits of stem cell therapy – and most notably the increased activation of your existing stem cells within your organs and bone marrow – right at home.

Select supplementation via a product like Bell Lifestyle’s Master Herbalist Stem Cell Activator makes it possible to do so, and without the need to undergo invasive (although minimally so) and often expensive stem cell therapy in a clinic and as delivered by a physician.

What Exactly is Stem Cell Therapy?

Stem cell therapy is a medical treatment procedure where the patient’s own stem cells are used to help repair damaged or compromised body tissues and promote tissue regeneration after injury. The process itself involves a series of injections that remove the cells from your bone marrow or adipose tissues in the upper thigh or abdomen.

body-2098105__340.jpgOnce they have been extracted, the cells are entered into a centrifuge machine that creates a concentration of the cell’s most valuable substances by spinning them at an extremely high rate of speed. Most notably among those substances are 7 different types of natural growth factors. Once this process is complete, the concentrated stem cell sample is injected into the specific treatment area for the recipient.

From there, the cells growth factors go to work immediately, building new cells, connective tissue, developing collagen – meeting the needs for whatever type of deficiency they’re addressing.

 

 

Stem cell therapy is proven to be effective for:

  • Reducing the severity of nerve damage
  • Treating spinal cord injuries, brain trauma, and spinal stenosis
  • Reducing the length of time it take for injuries or wounds to heal
  • Increasing collagen in the skin to address severe scarring or premature aging concerns
  • Addressing chronic joint pain and other types of chronic pain anywhere in the body
  • Correcting muscle compensations and preventing the risks of future injuries that come along with them
  • Regenerating new hear t and blood vessel tissue
  • Healing skin wounds, reducing the extensiveness and scar tissue, and even reducing hair loss
  • Vision degeneration related to eye issues

A Wide-Reaching Treatment

It’s also important to understand that stem cells, by their nature, are ‘unspecialized.’ This means they can be extracted from one part of the body and replaced into another one where they are needed to repair damage. Once in place, they have an amazing ability to transform into the exact type of cell needed to undertake the necessary repair work. This because unlike other cells, stem cells are able to divide and become another type of cell with a specialized function plus they contain natural growth factors that speed up the body’s natural healing processes considerably.

Further, stem cells reproduce quickly and are able to continue to divide even after long periods of inactivity. The significance of that is that the patient’s experience of the restorative benefits of stem cell therapy occurs quite rapidly.

There is definitely a hope for the future that stem cells can also be used as a “renewable source of replacement cells and tissues” to treat common and serious diseases with no automatic need for organ transplants or surgeries. Condition where it is hope to be applicable include macular degeneration, spinal cord injury, stroke, burns, heart disease, diabetes, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and cancer.

Medical professionals are also taking aim at cancer with stem cell therapy. Early studies are showing that stem cells are safe and well-tolerated in patients with acute and chronic leukemia, lymphoma, multiple myeloma and other cancers.

Self-Treatment Considerations

If you’re going to take the initiative and try to promote better stem cell activation response for yourself via a supplement, we’ll first share the fact that severe inflammation can inhibit the effectiveness – and in particular with regards to treating skin conditions or promoting better wound healing. Inflammation promotes the proliferation of cytokines, and they work to counteract much of the regenerative goodness that the stem cells bring to the table.

If you’re suffering from such a degree of inflammation, taking a supplement like Bell’s Inflammexx can suppress cytokine production and let your now-activated stem cells do their good work without being inhibited.

Lastly, it will be important to keep in mind that a home-supplementation regimen for stem cell activation support is more likely to provide more general but wide-reaching health benefits as compared to specific ones, and particularly if the condition you aim to treat is very pronounced. If you’re keen to gain more pronounced regenerative and helpful benefits, you will want to speak to a qualified health professional regarding actual stem cell therapy.

It’s an exciting time for advances in medicine and health and wellness treatments, and stem cell activation therapy is definitely contributing to that.

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Topics: Body, Skincare, Joint Pain, recovery

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