I have referenced our studies of commercially available Stem Cell Activators or Boosters. Many commercially available supplements make claims of boosting the body's ability increase the production of stem cells.
The catalyst for our researching the active ingredients in these boosters was the desire to find a cost effective way to treat clients with certain autoimmune diseases versus the expensive stem cell transplant options. We also believed that these supplements could also improve athletic performance.
We have an active internal program to test these in culture using our human stem cell based assays and in actual clients. Stem-Kine is one of the supplements we tested proving it to have therapeutic value. Based on our research and testing, we also believe it is capable of increasing athletic performance by boosting the level of Red Blood Stem Cells.
One way we prove therapeutic value is by testing inflammatory/immune response cytokine, growth factors and oxidative stressors in our client’s blood serum using Quantibody Arrays. We test before prescribing Stem-Kine and other activators. We then re-test every 6 months. As an example, the graph shows results for TNF-alpha and IL-6 (inflammatory response cytokines) at initial testing levels (red) and re-tests (green). Here we see clear evidence of these 2 cytokines moderating to healthy levels (lower levels for these are better).