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How Were Plant-Based Stem Cell Mobilizers Discovered?

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In a fascinating discussion, Christian Drapeau, a neurophysiologist with a background in brain research shares his journey from studying epilepsy and memory to exploring the health benefits of blue-green algae (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae) from Klamath Lake.

Initially skeptical, he investigated claims of improvements in conditions like multiple sclerosis, diabetes, and liver failure.

Discovering that stem cells from bone marrow could become brain, liver, and heart cells, he hypothesized that the algae supported the body’s repair system by mobilizing stem cells.

This led to identifying other plants with similar effects, culminating in the creation of a supplement, Stemregen, that promotes stem cell release.

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Read more about plant-based stem cell supplements here.

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