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Stem Cells

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by deb obrien, Aug 13, 2009.

  1. Chris

    Chris Senior Member

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    I am not sure that anyone really knows, but I do know that my own experiment with Stem Kine some time ago did not produce much of a result, and that Paul Cheney's experiment with infused stem cells at a clinic in, I think, Puerto Rica, produced some temporary good results for some, but not for the majority, and the results were soon lost again. I don't think taking Stem Kine is likely to do any real damage, with one proviso--if it really works too well, you can overdrive the ability of the bone marrow to produce the things, and that can cause serious trouble. Chris
     
  2. sweetlily

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    Thanks, Chris... just curious, what does "serious trouble" mean? more viruses?
     
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    Hi, Sweetlily, what I recall (if you go back about 3 years on this long thread, you will find some discussion) is that it can trigger bone marrow depletion/exhaustion, which can lead to difficult to treat anemia. So just don't assume that because a couple of caps may be good, 10 will be better--I think that is the lesson. I checked Stem Kine recently, and the price and sales technique seem to have changed--now sold on the pyramid scheme? Chris
     

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