Most frequent questions and answers

STC30 — SuperLife Total Care (StemCell Therapy) … They are mother cells that have the potential to become any type of cell in the body. One of the main characteristics of stem cells is their ability to self renew or multiply while maintaining the potential to develop into other types of cells.

Stem cells offer a viable source of replacement cells to treat diseases and can potentially reduce the morbidity and mortality for those awaiting transplants.

Some of the areas that stem cells can benefit include:
Parkinson’s disease.
Type I diabetes.
Burn victims.
Cardiovascular diseases and lots more.

The most common side effects during stem cell infusion are fevers, headaches, chills, flushing, and nausea at the end of the infusion — which can occur up to one hour after the stem cell infusion is completed on very rare cases.

Hold STC30 *under the tongue for an average of 10-15 seconds until it dissolves* . Sit still and comfortably while it dissolves under the tongue. Wait at least an hour before drinking water or taking food.

SuperLife STC30 is made up of: 

#1. Swiss Apple (Uttwiler spatlauber) ) 

#2. Grapes (vitis vinifera) 

#3. Glisodin (cantaloupe extract) #4.

Stem Cells to Treat Blindness. … But it may eventually become a reality after scientists last year were able to restore the eyesight of a blind person. The treatment works by replacing those cells in the eye know as retinal cells that have been damaged or worn out from diseases such as macular degeneration.

There are several studies that have shown that different types of stem cells (mesenchymal stem cells, embryonic, endometrial, and ovarian stem cells) can be differentiated into both spermatozoa and oocytes in vitro, proving their potential clinical use in management and cure of infertility issues.

Stem Cell Treatments for Cancer. If you have leukemia or lymphoma, you may need a stem cell transplant. These cells help replace cells damaged by the cancer. They also let your body recover faster from intense chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

Studies are only in very early stages of examining how stem cells might be used to treat cerebral palsy. There are currently no approved stem cell treatments for cerebral palsy. Researchers think neural (brain) stem cell treatments might be help to restore some function to patients.

Stem cells will continue to regenerate damaged and destroyed cells in the treatment site for up to one full year following the first procedure, and many patients do not require more than one treatment session. Most patients report relief from their original symptoms within one month of their stem cell therapy sessions.

I recommend you start with just 2 packs, we call this the (trial pack.)

if used properly and consistently, the effect of the treatment would start to surface between 2-4 weeks, sometimes you would see the result earlier than that.

If after 4 Weeks, you don’t experience positive development, its recommended to stop the use of the STC30.
You can order for the STC30 through the form below

By using stem cells, doctors can grow new insulin-producing cells to replace those that the pancreas has lost. However, type 2 diabetes – which makes up 90 percent of diabetes cases worldwide – is harder to treat. … Now, in new research published in Stem Cell Reports, scientists may have found a way

A new therapy developed through stem cell technology holds promise as a treatment for chronic asthma. A study led by scientists at Monash University has shown that a new therapy developed through stem cell technology holds promise as a treatment for chronic asthma.