Stem Cell Therapy Plus is based on the principle of Cell Therapy, which has been scientifically validated in both historical and recent times. In history, as early as 1552 B.C., the oldest preserved medical document, the Eber Papyrus recommended medicinal preparations of animal organs to improve human vitality. In present, there have been hundreds of clinical tests and thousands of medical research reports verifying Cell Therapy’s enormous health and antiaging benefits.
Stem Cell Therapy Plus dates back thousands of years. Written in 1552 B.C., the oldest preserved medical document, the Eber Papyrus recommended medicinal preparations of animal organs to improve human vitality. Animal organs for therapeutic use were also mentioned many times by Aristotle in the Materia Medica. In the Middle Ages, Parcelcus observed, for the first time, the organisational unit of all life; the cell, was the element in ‘like heals like’.
In the late 19th century, French Nobel laureate Dr.Alexis Carrel discovered the potentially immortal nature of cells by keeping alive fragments of a chicken heart 25 years after the fowl had died. He performed this by combining cellular material from different hearts into one cell culture. At the end of the 19th century, Paris physiologist C.E. Brown-Sequard recognised the potency of cellular therapy by injecting himself with an extract made from the testicles of a young bull. His virility was subjectively increased due to the testosterone in the extract. In the 1920’s, ophthalmologist Vladimir Filatov initiated the application of foetal cellular and aloe plant extract therapies for non-specific rejuvenation of chronically ill patients. His earliest claimed successes were in reversing retinitis pigmentosa and retinal macular degeneration.
In the 1930’s, Swiss surgeon Prof. Dr. Niehans became increasingly interested in endocrinology while serving as head of staff at one of the renowned hospitals in Switzerland. He studied the work of colleagues who were experimenting with the implantation of animal glands into patients whose organs were malfunctioning. One of Niehans’ first discoveries was that cells derived from the organs of unborn sheep could be injected into the human body without triggering the natural defense mechanism that acts to reject foreign protein.