The preparation of fresh placenta extracts is derived using a patented extraction and nanofiltraion method and freeze-dried under stringent pharmacological safety requirements. This freeze-drying process eliminates intracellular cementum which is a protein responsible for allergic reaction, thereby reducing the allergic potential of the cellular extracts. This special freeze drying process does not only maintain the biological integrity and cellular composition, but also stabilizes and maximizes the efficacy of the extracts.
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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Safety and Efficacy
In cell therapy, live or freeze-dried cells or cellular material from healthy organs, foetuses or embryos of animals such as sheep or cows are injected into patients to heal cellular damage and heal sick or failing organs. One of Prof. Dr. Paul Niehans’ earliest discoveries was that cells extracted from foetal sheep could be safely injected into humans without rejection by the body due to their very low antigenicity.
DGII only uses certified closed colony sheep from pollution-free environment which ensures that they, as donor animals, are free from harmful bacteria, viruses, parasites and other contagions, and thus that the organ extract is pure and safe. Organ extract or cellular therapy for therapeutic use does not contain any allopathic drug admixtures and is completely free of preservatives. It may be used only under the direction of a physician.
Cell therapy provides a body, under suitable application, with the opportunity of transforming the elementary function of life. This step in a new dimension in medicine leads, in the longer aspect, from a medicine for disease to a medicine for health, i.e. the therapeutic efforts are not focused on the elimination of single symptoms of disease but serve in the restoration of the vital elementary functions of an organism.