A natural, purely biological method of treatment
Full cell treatments are primarily directed at containing the signs of wear and age. It is by no means a new method, and its development can be traced back into antiquity.
This therapy is based on the observation that damaged or spent cells can be stimulated and regenerated by living cells from unborn or very young animals.
The principles of full cell therapy can be reduced to a very simple formula:
”Like cures like”
This means, for example, that liver cells from an animal will strengthen the human liver or that heart cells will invigorate the heart.
The father of modern living cell therapy is Paul Niehans who began using living cell treatment around 80 years ago. This treatment is now in widespread use.Siegfried Block studied under Paul Niehans for many years and began using cell therapy around 60 years ago.
He initially worked for many years with dried and frozen cells as well. But Niehans encouraged him to use his original, living cell method, a method which Block refined continually over the years. He also constantly expanded the field of applications for living cells and now fresh full cells.
To enhance the therapy even further, he injected not only single organs, but also organic systems, i.e. several organs which combine to form one functional unit.
He introduced a special nutritive solution in which the organic components can be suspended.The dosage system he developed also plays an important part in the therapy.
In accordance with a natural law, the injected cell components make their way to the organs they are intended for. For this purpose, almost complete stillness and relaxation are required after the injections. Patients are naturally kept under constant observation by a qualified team and trained personnel during this process.
This also means that we strictly refuse to perform any minicures or even outpatient treatments. A general revitalisation requires full cells from a large number of organs.
As in other fields, cell therapy also allowed a variety of methods to obtain and use the cells. We, however, decided decades ago to use only “original living cells”, and nowadays fresh full cells, even though this process was then and still is considerably more complicated and costly.
All in all, we can process around 85 different organs, organic components and tissues. The mixture of all these parts is determined individually for the illness and symptoms of each patient. We use only the cells of very young animals, as these are especially vital and provide the best compatibility.
Extracting cells under clinical conditions
In our Laboratory, the organs needed to extract the cells are taken from mountain sheep, considered the optimum donor animals.
Their perfect health is ensured by constant veterinary and laboratory examinations and controls.The required organs are removed in a sterile environment in the slaughterhouse and the lab; the individual full cell suspension is prepared, dosed and is ready for injection.