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Live Cell Extracts – Where Do They Come From?

Cell Therapy Extracts and Live Cells are harvested from animals. Usually, sheep, goats, cows or pigs are used. Some manufacturers use sharks. Young animals or embryos are used for cell extract production. Each practitioner has his or her own preference as to what animal cells are used and which method of preparation is best. The general opinion seems to be that animals from a healthy race and that have a strong immune system are the best to use for organ extracts.

Dr. Heinz Mastall has some interesting theories as to which animals are the best to use. He personally only uses Galloway cows. His explanation:

“Galloway cows are chosen for a number of reasons; the main one being the nature of this breed. The animals are kept on the pasture during summer and winter. The theory being that cows that are out in the elements and are exposed to the environment are sturdy and have developed a strong immune system. This breed has adapted to cope with modern day environmental stresses.

In contrast, cattle that are raised for production are shielded from these influences and the make- up of their immune system is different. These cattle are also often treated with antibiotics and other drugs to protect them from disease.

We feel that cattle with a healthy strong immune system are better suited for use in immune therapy. The herds are regularly checked and screened for diseases. The animals are segregated and raised for medical purposes. Only healthy, disease free cattle are used in the production of organ extracts.”

The organ extracts we use are taken from Galloway cows only. Young animals up to 6 months old are used for this process.

The Galloway cow is one of the world’s longest established breeds of beef cattle. They originate from the Galloway region of Scotland, hence their name. The original Galloway herd book only registered black cattle but there was much variation in the color of the breed. Today, black is the most common color, but there are also red and tan colored Galloways. Some have a belt of white around their midriff. The breed is native to the entire region of Scotland and it can no longer be found in many parts of the world.

Galloways are large and sturdy animals. Mature bulls can weigh up to 730–860 kilograms (1,600–1,900 lbs.)

What are Cellular Therapies?

Cellular Therapies are treatments, which utilize the application of animal cells to stimulate rejuvenation in humans. Typically sheep or cows are used. Some practitioners also use cells harvested from sharks. There are several different kinds of therapies:

  • Live Cell Therapy
  • Organ Peptide Therapy (Organo Therapy)
  • Whole Extract Therapy

All therapies use cells taken from specific organs. These can be harvested from fetuses or from young animals. The method of cell collection and processing differs depending on the type of therapy being performed.

Most practitioners have their individual variations that they employ in their treatment regimens.

The basic principle behind Cellular Therapies is: Like Cures Like

Animal cells or their extracts are used to treat the corresponding organ in humans. For example, a person recovering from a heart attack would receive heart cells from a donor animal. Someone with memory loss would receive brain extract from a donor animal.

Research has shown that the cells, which are either injected or ingested, actually move to the corresponding organ. To prove this, the cell extracts were marked with a radioactive isotope. After being injected into the human subject, it was observed that these marked cells were found in high concentrations in the corresponding organ.

This may sound strange, but this principle is the basis for the modern PET-CT used to diagnose tumors. Patients receive a radioactive isotope that is bound to glucose. As cancer cells thrive on glucose, they tend to absorb the isotope, making them visible on the scan.

Cellular Therapies have been practiced routinely for decades in Europe. Although their scientific effectiveness has been a point of discussion in the medical community, the results speak for themselves,