The thymus is essential to the maturation of the immune system. It is also responsible for growth and immunity and places hormones into the blood. It contributes to the development of T lymphocytes, guard cells that participate in the immunoreactions. Unfortunately, the thymus atrophies with age, and the production of defense cells gradually decline, making human beings more vulnerable to various diseases.
DGII Fresh Frozen Thymus is the ultimate treatment with superior immune-boosting capabilities which provide support and enhancement to the thymus gland, the central switchboard of the body’s natural defense system. Upon administration of Fresh Frozen Thymus, the body immune system is strengthened, while the body’s natural ability to regulate inflammation and to correct imbalances is intensified.
The benefits of consuming DGII Sheep Placenta Plus Softgels include*:
- Premature Aging
- Sexual Dysfunction
- Parkinson’s Syndrome
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Spinal Injuries with Neuromuscular Paralysis
- Post-stroke Rehabilitation
- Pre-senile Dementia
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Immune System Deficiencies
- Tumor Therapy
- Rheumatoid Arthritis Scleroderma
- Heart Disease
- Peripheral Vascular Syndrome
- Post Myocardial Infarction
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
*Results may vary between individuals
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Live Cell Therapy
Cellular therapy has proven to be a successful treatment for many diseases and conditions, and holds enormous promise for even more patients and indications. Cellular therapy by definition is the administration of cells via intramuscular injection into the human body with the intent of providing therapeutic effect in the treatment of disease or support of other therapy. The theory behind cell therapy was best stated by Paracelsus, a 16th century physician who wrote: “Heart heals heart, lung heals lung, spleen heals spleen, like cures like.” Paracelsus and other early physicians believed that the best way to treat illness was to use living tissue to rebuild and revitalize ailing or aging tissue.
Live cell therapy is not a new concept. Using tissue from animals to successfully treat human illness comes to us from ancient times and is recorded in the oldest known medical treatise - the Eber Papyrus from ancient Egypt. The Chinese have used organs and organ extracts for over three thousand years. Homer, the ancient Greek poet, writes about Achilles who ate the bone marrow of lions to boost his strength and bravery. Aristotle and Pliny the Elder wrote about animal organ extracts. Modern day cell therapy was developed by chance by Swiss physician Paul Niehans in 1931. A colleague asked him for assistance after an operation in which the patient’s parathyroid glands were damaged; she was suffering from convulsions and near death. Niehans did not have time to implant the whole gland so he prepared a physiologic solution of parathyroid cells from a calf for injection. Success of this therapy led Niehans to abandon the surgical transplantation of the entire gland and opt instead for cell implants through injection.
Live Cell Therapy aims to awaken dormant cells within the human body, thereby stimulating the growth and function of existing tissue and repairing or regenerating old and malfunctioning cells. Live Cell Therapy offers what vitamins, minerals and other conventional or natural treatments cannot. It can provide the exact components necessary for injured or diseased tissue to heal and regenerate.
Mainstream medicine traditionally uses drug therapy to interrupt illness and has lost sight of the revitalization process which stimulates the body’s own innate healing process. Live Cell therapy acts like an organ transplant with long-term beneficial effects.