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Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by widespread and chronic muscle and/or joint pain. Over the last twenty years, Fibromyalgia has seen an enormous increase in affected patients, with North America claiming the largest number of sufferers. Worldwide, this devastating disorder affects 2-4% of the population. Female patients are nine times more common than male, and the symptoms are not just limited to pain. Fatigue and sleep apnea are also common side effects as well as joint stiffness, clinical anxiety and depression. As you can imagine, this disease is extremely debilitating and takes a toll on all its victims. Unfortunately, there is no single treatment or cure-all. However, studies have shown that Live Cell Therapy can help.

Fibromyalgia and Live Cell Therapy

In one case of Fibromyalgia, a 35-year-old woman was suffering from pains in the legs, knees, lower neck, lower back and shoulders, coupled with extreme headaches. The pain was so unrelenting and severe that the woman had attempted suicide on three different occasions. Her physician prescribed one vial (7 ml) of frozen liquid shark cartilage per day, in the form of an under-the-tongue spray, for three months. The dosage was then increased to two (7 ml) vials per day. Within 4 weeks of increasing the dose to two vials per day, the pain had improved by 80%, her sensitivity to cold, chest tightness and PMS were all disappearing and she was becoming more functional at work. She also noticed a vast improvement in her emotional stability and emotional outlook. She did note, however, that if she ceased taking the liquid shark cartilage, her symptoms tended to return.

Hepatitis

Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver usually caused by a viral infection.  There are three main forms of hepatitis: A, B and C,as well as the less known forms D and E. Hepatitis can be contracted through body fluids, water, or food. Each form of hepatitis has its individual method of transmission. Hepatitis can also be caused by non-viral factors such as alcohol, drugs and other toxins. The disease can cause permanent damage to the liver, such as scarring and liver cirrhosis.

Hepatitis initially causes flu-like symptoms such as muscle aches and fatigue. These can progress to loss of appetite, dark urine, yellowing of the eyes and skin (jaundice) and abdominal pain. A small number of sufferers progress to acute liver failure which can require liver transplantation.

Hepatitis and Live Cell Extract Therapy

There are many reports of patients with various stages of Hepatitis B and C recovering from their symptoms. Application of thymus extract seems to modulate the immune system, and the progress of the patient can be monitored using the liver enzyme levels in the blood. Patients reported that during thymus therapy, their elevated liver enzymes returned to normal. This process took up to 8 months. They also reported regaining their normal body weight and that the symptoms of extreme fatigue dissipated. In addition to this, most patients reported a general re-stabilizing of their health and a reduction of sicknesses such as influenza and colds during their thymus therapy. Some practitioners augment the thymus therapy with intravenous applications of vitamin C as well as amino acids such as l-arginine and l-ornithine. Intravenous applications of Glutathione as well as chelation therapy using calcium EDTA are also used in this regimen. All in all, Live Cell Therapy has helped thousands of people with various symptoms find relief and an improved outlook on life. Hepatitis is a very debilitating disease but can be made manageable with Live Cell Therapy.

Bronchiolitis

Bronchiolitis is not bronchitis, but is an inflammation of the smallest air passages in the lungs, called bronchioles. It is common in children two years of age and under and manifests itself in the form of coughing, wheezing and shortness of breath. Case studies show that thymus extract can help with this illness.

Bronchiolitis and Live Cell Therapy

Live Cell extracts can be administered in the form of an oral spray. One of the advantages of a spray is that it can easily be given to the very young. For example, an eight-month-old infant suffering from acute Bronchiolitis with a severe cough and abundant nasal discharge was given a thymus extract spray under the tongue, four sprays twice daily by her parents. The infant responded rapidly with major changes in the signs and symptoms noticeable within one hour following the first application. Two days later the infant was free of clinical signs of Bronchiolitis. The doctor’s comments in his records stated “the result was almost miraculous.”

Asthma

Asthma is common in children and young adults and has seen a comeback in recent years, affecting many in the United States and Europe. Symptoms commonly include shortness of breath, coughing, wheezing and chest tightness. Asthma is an allergic condition triggered by stress to the respiratory tract either through exertion or allergens and pollutants. A logical conclusion is that immune modulation would lead to an improvement in the condition of patients suffering from asthma. Case studies support this assumption.

When monitoring patients 4 key parameters are used to determine their state of improvement:

 

•                Clinical signs (symptoms)

•                T cell activity (immune cells)

•                Immunoglobulin E (a protein that is present in allergic reactions)

•                Eosinophils (white blood cells that are present in allergic disease)

Patients treated with cell extracts showed a significant improvement in all 4 areas. One researcher who treated over 160 patients with cell extracts said that thymus extract seems “to correct the immune disorder”. This may not be the case in all patients, but case studies tend to show a marked improvement in clinical signs, and patients respond better to asthma medication if they do have an attack.

Asthma and Live Cell Therapy

One typical example of the use of Live Cell Therapy involves a 58-year-old woman who was diagnosed with severe asthma. She was unable to walk more than 10 minutes before experiencing dizziness and painful breathing. Breathing was rapid and shallow, accompanied by wheezing. She experienced continuous deep-seated fatigue. The woman was given the Live Cell Extract thymus spray, four sprays under the tongue twice per day. After three weeks she reported being much more rested and calm. Her breathing had slowed to 13 times per minute, which is normal, with no wheezing, dizziness or respiratory pain. The patient was taking 400 mg of one drug two to four times daily and 100 mg of another drug two to four times daily at the time for her asthma  prior to  treatment. At the end of three weeks, she felt better when breathing and did not have tremors or palpitations. She no longer coughed and was able to sleep better. She was also able to walk for over a half an hour without any respiratory difficulties or dizziness, and was able to walk and talk at the same time, which was impossible before taking the thymus extract spray. The patient also noticed that since she started taking the Live Cell Extract spray she no longer needed the two medications to help control her asthma. So in addition to the improved signs and symptoms, she was also medication free.

Tuberculosis

Reports of patients contracting tuberculosis are becoming more common. Once thought to be eradicated, this disease is making a come back in the West. Tuberculosis is a common and sometimes lethal infectious disease caused by mycobacteria that attack the lungs and possibly other organs along the way. It can lie latent, but when active if untreated kills 50% of it’s victims. One third of the world’s population is thought to be infected, with 80% positive test results in developing Asian and African countries. However, only 5-10% of the population of the United States seems to carry the disease.

Tuberculosis and Live Cell Therapy

Patients with TB have a decrease in their immune cells and the killer cell activity. This is where immune modulation using cell therapy could provide hope for sufferers of TB. Some case studies have shown that patients undergoing immune modulation using thymus extract have shown an increase in the immune cell count and activity as well as experiencing an improvement in the clinical condition. Patient groups undergoing cell therapy show a larger number of individuals recovering from this disease. Due to these results, it has been suggested to add Cell Extract Therapy to the standard treatment protocols for tuberculosis.

Erectile Dysfunction

Erectile Dysfunction is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. This condition is not considered normal at any age. According to the US National Institutes of Health, approximately 5% of 40-year-old men, and 15% to 25% of 65-year-old men experience erectile dysfunction on a long-term basis. At some point in their life most men experience occasional difficulty achieving an erection. This can be due to life style choices, stress, medication, or even from being extremely tired. In fact, it is not unusual for this to occur up to 20% of the time and, for this, treatment is rarely needed. However, failure to achieve an erection more than 50% of the time generally indicates the presence of a problem that needs medical attention.

Erectile Dysfunction and Live Cell Extract Therapy

Cell therapies have been successfully used to treat this condition. Of course, success depends much on the root cause of the problem. The anti–aging effect and hormone-balancing properties of cell therapy may help to reduce the symptoms of Erectile Dysfunction. A careful balance of different types of cell extract therapies can greatly increase the arousal senses of a male with erectile dysfunction. Without getting into too much detail, live cell therapy has been used successfully in several cases of male impotency, in many cases curing the problem.

Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis affects almost 1% of the North American population. Patients with this disease suffer joint pain and muscle weakness as well as debilitating joint related symptoms. As rheumatoid arthritis is a disease of the immune system, immune modulation using cell therapy can be effective in the reduction of symptoms. Several studies have confirmed this assumption.

Live Cell Therapy and Rheumatoid Arthritis

In a study 20 patients were given thymus extract 1x per day for 3 months. The results were:

80% showed:

  • Clinical improvement
  • Decrease in joint swelling
  • Decrease in joint tenderness
  • Increase in muscle strength

40% showed:

  • Decrease in the rheumatoid factor alpha 2
  • Decrease in serum IG levels
  • Increase in hemoglobin
  • Increase in serum iron levels

 

Similar results were obtained in two other studies

Other studies have shown the following improvements:

  • Significant reduction in severity of joint pain
  • Significant reduction in the number of joints with inflammation
  • Reduction of severity of pain
  • Inflammatory markers CRP and ESR lowered
  • Reduction in morning stiffness
  • Reduction of joint pain upon touch

Given these statistics, Live Cell Therapy seems to be a good investment, since the results are often either very long lasting or permanent. Why pay for regular visits to nutritionists or other healthcare providers when the solution for many has already been found?

Shingles

Shingles is caused by the herpes zoster virus. This is the same virus that causes chicken pox. Shingles can occur during periods of stress and may even occur in adults after having been in contact with a person suffering from chicken pox. Shingles is extremely painful. Patients suffering from shingles do not typically show signs of immune weakness. However, there is something that can be done about this debilitating disorder. Immune modulation using thymus extracts has shown promise in the treatment of this disease.

Shingles and Live Cell Therapy

Several case studies confirm that patients receiving cell therapy showed an improvement in their condition. These improvements included significantly less pain during an attack. The typical blisters associated with shingles healed much faster than patients not receiving Live Cell extracts. Also, the size and number of lesions were reduced. Around the globe, shingles infects anywhere from 1.2 to 3.4 out of every 1,000 individuals, but that number can triple in people over 65 years of age. However, we can do something about it. These case studies show that the virus usually isn’t cured but that some relief and improved healing time is attainable through this Live Cell treatment.

Herpes Simplex

Cold sores and fever blisters often occur when our immune system is weakened by infection or stress. The herpes simplex virus causes these symptoms. The virus nests in the nervous system until it is triggered into action, usually due to too much sunlight, stress, or certain foods. Typically herpes simplex remains in the system causing lifelong outbreaks.

Herpes Simplex and Live Cell Therapy

Cell therapy has been tried on patients suffering from reoccurring herpes simplex. While on this therapy most patients reported an improvement in their symptoms. They were less severe and some even had no outbreaks during this time.

Unfortunately, the case studies also showed that cell therapy does not eradicate herpes simplex. During treatment symptoms may disappear or be less, but once the subject stopped receiving cell extracts their normal pattern of disease returned. No permanent relief currently exists for sufferers of herpes simplex.

Angina

Angina is experienced as a feeling of tightness and pain in the chest making breathing difficult. This is a heart condition and is often associated with bronchitis or pneumonia. Angina causes severe chest pain due to ischemia (a lack of blood and oxygen supply) of the heart, due to obstruction or spasm of the coronary arteries.

Angina and Live Cell Therapy

Immune modulation using cell extracts shows some promise in controlling the severity and frequency of such angina attacks. In this case, patients are treated with thymus and spleen extract. Thymus extract is one of the most common live cell extracts used in the treatment of various diseases. Heart and lung extract may also be used. Due to the success of one case study performed, the authors recommended that cell extracts be “indicated in the treatment of repeat and relapsing angina, especially in the presence of concomitant bronchitis.” Using these extracts in treatment semi-regularly will stop angina attacks before they start.