What are stem cells, anyway?
Stem cells are the body’s main cells for repairing damaged tissue and reducing inflammation. They can divide and replenish cells that have been damaged by disease, injury, or normal wear and tear.
Stem cells are the body’s universal building blocks. Stem cells are like a troop of chameleon cells, they change and/or signal other cells to grow and proliferate around an area of inflammation and injury. In fact, they shouldn’t be called stem cells. They should be called “signaling cells”, or “regenerative cell.”
Stem cells have the ability to repair, regenerate and promote healing at the cellular level which can’t be recreated with traditional medications or surgical procedures.