Believe it or not, plant stem cells have entered the U.S. market, and in none other than our beautiful little city of Springfield, MO.
While stem cells have been a controversial topic for many years (and understandably so), along came a heart surgeon by the name of Dr. Anne Steele who decided to use stem cell therapy…the twist was she was using stem cells from plants. What she found in her studies floored her and her counterpart Dr. Mark – not only were patients feeling better than ever, but their cells and organs were regenerating and reviving themselves. It was as if the plant stem cells woke up within them their own bountiful supply of stem cells! But why is this important? What are stem cells anyways?
What are Stem Cells and Do We Have Them in Our Bodies?
Stem cells are specific types of cells which are able to differentiate into specialized cell types. Think of them as tofu – whatever sauce, seasoning or dish you add tofu too, it takes on the tastes of that particular dish. In other words, stem cells have the ability to acquire cellular traits which allow it to perform specialized functions. Unlike tofu, when you put stem cells next to bones or organs, the stems cells have the potential to become a bone or organ. Isn’t that amazing?
When a stem cell divides, each new cell has the potential either to remain a stem cell or become another type of cell with a more specialized function, such as a muscle cell, a red blood cell, or a brain cell. Stem cells have the remarkable potential to develop into many different cell types in the body during early life and growth. Have you ever noticed why babies tend to heal a cut or wound at an alarming rate? They are chock-full of stem cells!
In many tissues, stem cells serve as a sort of internal repair system, dividing without limit to replenish other cells as long as the person or animal is still alive. In short, they have a huge potential to regenerate and repair damaged tissue.
Unfortunately, the older we get, the fewer stem cells we have in our body. The cause could be a variety of things – namely the environment available for stem cells to thrive isn’t as conducive as when we were younger (Factors such as stress, poor lifestyle choices, lack of exercise, sleep, smoking, poor nutrition can contribute to this). So, many of our stem cells become dormant and go into hibernation whereas others simply die.
By the time we turn 40, the amount of stem cells present in our bodies is half of that when we were born.
I guess this is why I hear from good friends and coworkers things like, “I am getting old,” or “I am not as young as I used to be.”
And Along Came StemRegen in Springfield, MO
While you can read how I was introduced to plant stem cell supplements here, the good news is plant stem cell supplements are now available in Springfield, Missouri! Some of the benefits proven in clinical studies include:
- Plant Stem Cells repair diseased or damaged tissues,
- Plant Stem Cells rejuvenate organs and tissues,
- Plant Stem Cells increase the efficiency of organs,
- Plant Stem Cells reawaken hibernating stem cells within the body,
- Plant Stem Cells regenerates stem cells within the body,
- Plant Stem Cells increase one’s energy and vitality,
- Plant Stem Cells support the body in healing itself.
Keep in mind, that StemRegen’s plant stem cells fall under the category of food supplements. This means it won’t interfere with medication.
If you are interested in purchasing the only plant stem cell supplement which has been tested in human clinical trials with an alarming success rate, feel free to drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the StemRegen417 website here. They even have the results of the clinical study published on their website as well, so feel free to check it out!