Cell Therapy is based on the principle of healing by the injection of animal organs and tissues has been known since
medicine was in its infancy. This therapeutic principle is mentioned in the oldest medical document, the Ebers Papyrus
from Egypt, but also in the writings of Aristotle and later in the works of Paracelsus who was teaching that “Like heals like- heart heals heart, kidney heals kidney,” as early as the sixteenth century. It was made known by Professor Paul Niehans in
1931 when he treated a patient with an acute case of serious glandular malfunctioning. The success of this cell injection
prompted Niehans to concentrate all his energy on this new therapeutic approach.
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The Real Live Cell Therapy
Living Cell Therapy is a treatment based on biological substances conveyed in a suspension containing hundreds of thousands of cells and minute cell unions, preferably from unborn - or in the case of gland injections - from young donor animals. These
cell components allow defective cells in the human body to regenerate by supplying the patient's ailing organ, or the aging
organism as a whole, with valuable biochemical substance groups.
Who Needs Live Cell Therapy
Numerous research findings provide scientific corroboration of the preventive effect of a cell therapy through a strengthening of the immune system and
general resistance. Thus, a course of cell therapy with “Living Cells” is also
recommended as a prophylactic measure in younger years and not only
when complaints associated with old age make their presence felt.
The organ (or organs) is treated by injection of the appropriate animal organ
cells: for example, heart cells are injected for heart disease, liver ones for liver
ailment, and so on.
However, it is rare for just a single organ to be affected; Usually, whole systems of organs are involved, so all the organs in the system have to be treated
with the corresponding cells. Consequently, in actual practice, cell therapy is
usually conducted with combinations of several kinds of organ cells, and not
with individual cell preparations. The necessary combination is prepared
individually for each patient.
general loss of vitality
burnout syndrome-physical and mental exhaustion
disturbed blood supply to the brain and limbs.
diabetes diseases and its resulting conditions
as an additional treatment after a cancer disease
re convalescence following illness or operations
premature aging and signs of degeneration
deterioration of motor functions and diminished mental capacity
general lack of resistance and susceptibility to infection (weakness of the immune system)
stimulation of the glands
low sexual potency and hormonal disorders
strengthening of the body’s defense mechanism
A course of treatment with living cell injections should only be undertaken by
doctors who are familiar with the principles of modern cell therapy for many
years. A thorough preliminary examination is required in order to exclude the
possibility of infectious or inflammatory processes, including an ECG.
There is no adverse reaction to the cell injections because the preparations are
natural biological substances whose composition harmonizes with the tissues
and body fluids of the patient.
As has already been said, it is seldom sufficient to use a single type of cell-that is, a single injection-in conducting a course of cell therapy. Usually, several
injections have to be given at one sitting. The right combination of different organ
cells is therefore a decisive factor of the treatment success of the cell therapy.
In view of this importance, it is the Medical Director herself who determines
Personal Treatment Programme
The preparation of an individual cell programme can only be done correctly by personnel with long years of experience and corresponding qualifications in this biological method of treatment. Patient will be placed under a seven (7) days
programme which consists of Pre-treatment examination, cell injections and
Post- treatment test. As most requirement/ treatment may vary from patient
to patient, for accurate costing, Please write to;
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