Stem Cell Worx is a natural dietary health supplement that is sprayed under the tongue (enabling 95% of its nutrients to be immediately absorbed). Stem Cell Worx activates your own adult stem cells naturally and provides robust immunity. With 50 to 70 trillion cells in our body cellular health is crucial to our overall well being and good health. Each bottle contains a 40 day supply based on the recommended dosage of 12 sprays per day (6 in the morning; 6 in the late afternoon or evening; 30 minutes either side of eating food). This stem cell supplement is sold by leading Anti-Aging Clinics, Natural Product Stores, Physicians and Specialized Compounding Pharmacies in the U.S.A including the Compounding Pharmacy of Beverly Hills. All claims are backed by clinical studies and science. Independent clinical testing has been carried out by Scientists and Bio-Chemists on the Stem Cell Worx formulation. The study used blood samples from healthy humans. The adult mesenchymal stem cells increased by up to 80% within two weeks of the participants taking the Stem Cell Worx supplement. Information on this clinical test and other independent studies can be found on the home page (right hand column) of the stemcellworx.com website.
Intra-oral application (sprayed under the tongue) provides a 95% absorption rate of nutrients. Pills and capsules provide only a 10% to 20% absorption rate of nutrients.
This supplement activates one’s own adult stem cells naturally. The 3 Pack provides a 4 month supply.
Natural, pure ingredients. All product claims are backed by independent clinical studies.
Adult stem cells are our master cells of the body. They maintain, self-renew and repair cells, tissue and muscle throughout our life time.
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Embryonic stem cells have been hot-button topics in recent years, generating intense public interest as well as much confusion and misinformation. In this Very Short Introduction, leading authority Jonathan Slack offers a clear and informative overview of stem cells–what they are, what scientists do with them, what stem cell therapies are available today, and how they might be used in the future. Slack explains the difference between embryonic stem cells, which exist only in laboratory cultures, and tissue-specific stem cells, which exist in our bodies, and he discusses how embryonic stem cells may be used in the future to treat such illnesses as diabetes, Parkinson’s disease, heart disease, spinal trauma, and retinal degeneration. But he stresses that, despite important advances, the clinical applications of stem cells are still in their infancy and that most real stem cell therapy today is some form of bone marrow transplantation. Slack concludes by analyzing how medical innovation has occurred in this area in recent years and he draws out some of the lessons for the development of new therapies in the future.
Now with full-color photographs and line illustrations, Stem Cell Research, Revised Edition discusses the different types of stem cells, how they are studied in the laboratory, and the diseases that may be treated with these cells. This edition has been extensively revised and expanded to include four new chapters that discuss the origin and evolution of ordinary cells, as well as a detailed discussion of human and animal stem cells, therapeutic cloning, and a new form of stem cell that is produced by reprogramming ordinary skin cells. Featuring up-to-date coverage on the medical applications of stem cell therapy, this resource examines the growing cost of developing these therapies and the important role that pharmaceutical companies play. Written in accessible and straightforward language, this helpful book offers readers a timely look at this controversial topic.