The StemTech StemEnhance Scam Debunked!

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I Fired Back On His StemEnhance Claims

Lemme share some links with you :

CBS 60 Minutes did a special segment on stem cell scams – Scam Watch – Stem Cell Therapy

A good, short read-up on why we should query StemEnhance’s claims – StemTech’s Dubious Claims

A good discussion on StemEnhance – StemEnhance Question. – Science Forums

Here’s a good analysis of StemEnhance’s research resultsBayblab: Quack of the week: Christian Drapeau/Stem Enhance

Most telling of all, is the disclaimer on the StemEnhance website :

Neither StemTech Health Sciences Inc. nor its distributors make or infer any claims that StemEnhance® can cure, mitigate, treat or prevent any disease. If you believe that you have a health problem, see your doctor or health professional immediately.

In other words, the company itself states VERY CLEARLY that its products does NOT cure, mitigate, treat or prevent any disease. If it doesn’t do anything useful, why the heck are we paying so much for what is essentially pond scum?

Yes, what they are selling is filtered pond scum (Aphanizomenon flos-aquae). That’s not bad in itself, but what’s bad is that they didn’t even have proper QC and allowed their products to ship with high levels of ARSENIC and MICROCYSTIN. You can read about it here – StemEnhance | CAMcheck

BTW, Canada banned StemEnhance, so do you really want to buy something that Canada’s health regulatory body banned for being a “Type II risk to health”?

Dr. Adrian Wong

StemEnhance's No Therapeutic Value Notice
StemEnhance’s No Therapeutic Value Notice

Hi Dr Adrian,

How nice to hear from you again. I will reply and answer each of your point one at a time. I would appreciate you do the same and not lump them all into one.

We must compare apples with apples. Why bring in Stowe Biotherapy, which btw I agree is a promoting scam. He’s into umbilical stem cord. His claims have nothing to do with StemEnhance or adult stem cells. Please don’t compare apples to oranges.

I very familiar with this Stephen Barrett of MLM Watch.org . But I wonder if you have read the whole article? This is best answered with another link. Please go to (link removed). Kindly come back after you have read both.

Obviously you do not seem to be very knowledgeable about natural health products. No nutritional products, herbs or healthfood can make any claims to its efficacy or medicinal qualities. Unlike drugs and medicines, they have not undergone any drug testing for any diseases. So no claims are allowed.

You can read the rebuttals here, (link removed). Please stroll down halfway to The Whole Story About Microcystin and AFA.

BTW, I really do not what you are talking about! StemTech HealthSciences has an office in Canada…

Carl

In the meantime, he continued to try and butter up AK for the slaughter… while AK tries to disengage.

Dear Carl;

Thank you for reading my essay.

I shall consult my doctors and seek their opinuions about the product you have mentioned.

I do visit my doctors regularly. Next Friday I have an appointment with a cardiologist. I will mention this product.

I appreciate your concern for my health.

AK

Dear AK,

I do visit the (website name removed) site regularly. And I enjoyed reading your writings. “(Article name removed)” was my favourite. I take every opportunity to tell my friends to read this masterpiece! It’s the best ever!

Do please take care of your health. Below are a couple of videos for your viewing.

(Video links removed)

StemEnhance is a much cheaper alternative than an operation. If we could connect on skype, I have an eBook for you. My skype ID: (skype ID removed).

Best wishes,

Carl

 

Carl Tries To Defend StemEnhance… And Fails

Dear Dr Adrian,

With regards to one of your questions…

BTW, Canada banned StemEnhance, so do you really want to buy something that Canada’s health regulatory body banned for being a “Type II risk to health”?

1. I had provided you the company’s Canadian website, (link removed)

A better url is this (link removed), where all countries which has an office, have their flags shown. Canada has been selling StemEnhance for many years now!

2. Your claim that StemEnhance was banned in Canada is suspicious. I wonder where you got this info. Must be unsubstantiated hearsay again from some forum?

Hoping to hear from you.

Carl

Carl,

I’ve been trying to ignore you because this “discussion” is a waste of time. You are either delusional, or simply refuse to accept facts. Therefore, it is an utter waste of my time to explain it to you. However, you persist on e-mailing me about it, so I have no choice but to issue you a FINAL reply.

1. StemEnhance was and still is banned for sale in Canada. Sure, they have an office in Canada, but they CANNOT sell StemEnhance in Canada. Canadians who wish to buy StemEnhance have to order it from their US office.

2. Health Canada, the Canadian regulatory authority said this :

“”StemEnhance is an unauthorized Natural Health Product in Canada that was the subject of a Health Hazard Evaluation prepared by NHPD at the request of the HPFB Inspectorate in 2006. The conclusion of the HHE was that StemEnhance was a Type II risk to health. Therefore it should no longer be available on the Canadian market.StemEnhance was reported to contain 0.33 µg microcystin-LR/g but was labelled to be consumed at 4 g of supplement per day. Taking into account that Canadian consumers are also exposed to microcystins from drinking water, the daily intake of microcystins from this dosage would exceed NHPD’s current proposed tolerance limit of 0.02 µg/kg bw/day in the adolescent and adult female life stages. Due to lack of a site licence and GMP compliance, there were also concerns raised regarding the potential for fluctuations in microcystin content, presence of saxitoxin-type neurotoxins, and other quality issues. As the product was (and remains) unauthorized, the validity of label claims and potential risks to health from inappropriate health claims were not assessed at that time.””The presence of arsenic at 11 mg/kg (ppm) may also be a risk to health depending on the quantity consumed. NHPD’s tolerance limit for arsenic is <0.14 µg/kg body weight/day, so 0.14 µg/kg bw/day x 57 kg bw for an adult woman = 8 µg/day, thus a dose in excess of 727 mg would exceed the tolerance limit.”Robin J. Marles, Ph.D.
Director, Bureau of Clinical Trials and Health Sciences / Natural Health Products Directorate, Health Products and Food Branch, Health Canada ”

The arsenic test results can be downloaded here – http://www.camcheck.co.za/wp-content…hem%203492.pdf

3. The algae used in StemEnhance is known to produce toxins. For a good, unbiased write-up on StemEnhance and the algae it uses, read this peer-reviewed report by a doctor – Why Blue Green Algae Makes Me Tired

4. For the National Institute Of Environmental Health Sciences’ report on the health risks of eating such algae, please download a copy of the report @ Environmental Health Perspectives: Assessing Potential Health Risks from Microcystin Toxins in Blue-Green Algae Dietary Supplements

5. Cell Tech was also successfully sued for falsely advertising that their StemEnhance products help improve health. You can read all about it @ Cell Tech Loses False Advertising Suit. For your convenience, here’s the judge’s opinion :

Based on the testimony of Drs. Lashof and Blonz, their qualifications and their reasons, the court finds that all of the printed and video promotional representations set forth in plaintiff’s Post-trial Brief with respect to the nutritional value, character and beneficial uses; of defendant’s pond algae product constitute advertising which is deceptive as untrue, unfounded or likely to mislead, although accurate on some level as proscribed in Business and Professions Code Sections 17200 and 17500. . . .While competent and reliable clinical trials satisfying Food and Drug Administration standards to establish the safety and effectiveness of prescription drugs may not be required for nutritional supplements, defendant’s advertising as to the need for and benefits from defendant’s product imply that there is some reliable scientific basis for the claims such as would be reasonably expected by potential users. There is not. Trials, conducted by individuals with a financial interest in the product and reported in a marginal peer review journal, reporting lowered cholesterol levels in a few rats dosed with the substance and an immune reaction in humans a few hours after ingesting extraordinary doses of substance are not such a reasonably reliable basis for the public claims of cholesterol lowering or immune enhancing properties of the product. There are no clinical trials of any type supporting any of the other numerous claims in defendant’s advertising. Further, anecdotal testimonials are not reliable evidence of need for effectiveness of the product.Claims under the Business and Professions Code for fraudulent and misleading advertising of nutritional supplements are not preempted by either the federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, 21 U.S.C.. Sec. 310 et seq. or California Food , Drug, and Cosmetic Laws, Health and Safety Code Sec. 109875 et seq. . . . Neither of agencies administering these statutes evaluate claimed benefits of nutritional supplements or require any support for off-label claimed benefits.Plaintiff is entitled to injunctive relief prohibiting defendant from making any of the specified deceptive representations in its advertising or literature disseminated in California, an order requiring defendant to make a full refund of the purchase price paid by California customers for its algae products commencing four years prior to filing of complaint herein to the date of trial, and judgment for attorneys fees and costs [5].

I hope that answers all of your questions once and for all. If you wish to continue consuming this product, it’s your right. But please stop trying to persuade others to do so.

Dr. Adrian Wong

 

When All Fails, It’s Time For Ad Hominem Attacks

Thank you Dr Adrian for your ‘final’ reply. Bcos you started it by claiming StemEnhance is a scam, you are the ONE not accepting the facts!

Maybe you should define the term “scam”? I shall leave it here.

Have you even began to think that you might have wasted our time as you have not proven the “scam” as you have claimed? Anyone can shout the word “scam” for everyone to hear but if it is not proven, then he better scram!

On a more serious note, you are supposed to be a man of some learning as you have a ‘doctor’ in front of your name. I assume it must be a PhD…? What if I were to shout out loud in front of your friends “it is a fake degree!” or “bought from the mills!”… how and what would your response be?

You realise there is not going to be a finality until you have this “mess” cleared up! Now you create the “scam” and you have not even began to prove it! I expect you to be more responsible. Can you be responsible?

Cannot sell does not mean, cannot consume! In Singapore we have a law that forbids chewing gum to be sold. But we can consume! Yes chewing gum is banned in S’pore, but not the chewing.

The name StemEnhance wasn’t spelt out. While I am waiting a reply from StemTech, the company is trying to resolve this matter. This in no way make this a scam!

Here you go again… confusing StemEnhance as the product! Please read thru once again. It is Cell Tech, not StemTech! Not once was StemEnhance mentioned!

Now I am beginning to doubt the letters behind your name! You sure need to read it carefully and clearly. Or is it your eye-sight that is failing you? This I can forgive you. Remember this: it is StemEnhance and nothing else!

It is my responsibilty, care and concern to help people get well. It is not right for you to call StemEnhance a “scam” when you have yet to prove anything close to a “scam”. I will stop once it has been proven. Until then “Doctor” Adrian, should you stop calling yourself “doctor” as no one here knows you are really one? Are you not being irresponsible for calling this a “scam”?

Good day to you “Doctor of scams” as you try to disclose a scam where there is none! Except for the ‘Canada ban’ part, I was fully aware of all the arguments presented. Microcystin, hepatotoxins and neurotoxins, and what nots… AND no one has the nerve to label StemEnhance a scam! Only you… Doctor of SCAMs!

Carl

Wowwww… He sure isn’t polite any more. I guess no one likes being called a scammer, but hey, I didn’t ask you to CC me in your product pitches. But although I was hoping that it would be enough to shut him up, he sent me another “love letter”.

Hi Doc,

Don’t think Doc Adrian is going to reply to you. Forward to you are our earlier exchanges which started the whole thing.

I did not want response other than my email to Mr AK. As can be seen, everyone has an opinion. I respect his right to reject anything not to his understanding or miraculous. Whatever it is, it is his choice to reject things not to his liking. Maybe we can call this – ignorance or sheer stupidity on his part.

Yes to use his words, I also “don’t know whether to laugh or cry”! Maybe I shouldn’t have tried to educate the man. Should have left the doctor to wabble in his own smug self.

But responsible part of me, to show care and concern for people’s health or at least to educate them on health, got the better of me. Not least was that “Stem cells in a bottle… LOL!” remark. Was wondering what kind of doctor is this? Who sells stem cells in a bottle? Not me! Yeah I might else well sell the Philosopher’s Stone while I am at it! Indeed!

And then to hear that it was a scam. Now this is too much. For a doctor who do not know anything, better not talk too much! Yes I was very interested as to why it is a scam. Maybe there is something he knows that we do not know?

Well we know now there is nothing much to what was said. The links provided by Doctor Adrian, I don’t think he even understood its contents. So easy to google and paste the results and to claim they are there! But where is the scam? I have still not seen any thing close to a scam!

So let’s discount his idea of a “scam” when there is none. He has been debunked with whatever he has produced. Until and unless he has anything new, I don’t think we will hear from him again.

Kind regards,

Carl

 

I Finish Carl Off With A Coup de Grâce

I really hope this is the last time I ever need to respond to his inanity.

Carl,

Carl,

If there is a lesson to be learned here, it is that you should know when to quit. I’ve pointed out time and time again how StemEnhance does not work as you said it would. In fact, it may even be dangerous to consume. Yet you persist in defending it. Even after I offered you a way out by sending you a FINAL reply, you insist on prolonging the issue. Why?

Do you have some kind of financial interest in StemEnhance? Are you a distributor or “an independent business owner” (if you prefer) associated with StemTech International? Otherwise, I really cannot understand why you insist on defending its purported virtues even in the absence of evidence, and despite the numerous contrary reports against it.

If you are genuinely concerned about the health of your friends and relatives, should you not consider the facts that I’ve presented to you? Instead, you brush them off with truly superfluous excuses. Let me address a few for you.

1. Cannot sell does not mean, cannot consume!

It also does not mean you should consume the banned substance. More often than not, a substance is banned for being detrimental to health. This is true in the case of StemEnhance. As far as Canada is concerned, it’s a Type II health risk.

2. The name StemEnhance wasn’t spelt out.

Actually, StemEnhance was clearly mentioned. I quote, “StemEnhance is an unauthorized Natural Health Product in Canada that was the subject of a Health Hazard Evaluation prepared by NHPD at the request of the HPFB Inspectorate in 2006. The conclusion of the HHE was that StemEnhance was a Type II risk to health. Therefore it should no longer be available on the Canadian market.

Sure, StemTech says it’s “temporary”, but the fact of the matter is it’s been 4+ years since it was banned, and it’s still banned in Canada.

3. Here you go again… confusing StemEnhance as the product! Please read thru once again. It is Cell Tech, not StemTech!

Actually, there is no confusion. The report was about Cell Tech’s green-blue algae products, but these are the same products made by StemTech. In fact, StemTech is actually a “child” of Cell Tech. Here’s a little history :

StemEnhance appears to be the brainchild of Christian Drapeau and Gitte S. Jensen, Ph.D. Drapeau is director of Research and Development for Desert Lake Technologies, of Klamath Falls, Oregon. Desert Lake’s Web site says that before that, he spend five years as director for research and development for Cell Tech International, a multilevel company whose primary products are derived from blue-green algaeDesert Lake Technologies was incorporated in 1999. In addition to Drapeau, three of its executives worked for Cell Tech for several years. Robert Longo was Cell Tech’s chief financial officer; Michael Jubie was its process engineer; and Peter York was its harvest engineer. In July 2000, Drapeau notified the FDA that Desert Lake intended to claim that its blue-green algae product Summa would be claimed to “help maintain a healthy cholesterol level.” The FDA responded that that the claim would be illegal

You will also note that both Cell Tech and StemTech are based in Klamath Falls and harvest their algae from the upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Po-tay-to, po-tah-to?

4. On a more serious note, you are supposed to be a man of some learning as you have a ‘doctor’ in front of your name. I assume it must be a PhD…? What if I were to shout out loud in front of your friends “it is a fake degree!” or “bought from the mills!”… how and what would your response be?

I couldn’t care less what you think of me, or say about me. You see, I know who I am, and so do people who know me. You can say anything you like but it wouldn’t change the fact that I am who I am. If it makes you feel better to say that my degree is fake, or I bought it from the mills, please enjoy yourself. It doesn’t hurt me one bit. Really. But neither will it change the fact that your claims are false.

You said that with StemEnhance, “conditions such as lupus, cancers, heart problems, diabetes, spinal injuries, liver and kidney problems, brain tumours, and many many more, have been surprisingly dealt with” and that “Even those who were once blind, now can see! The hard of hearing are able to hear again! The wheel-chair bound getting up to walk!” I dare you to show me a peer-reviewed, double-blinded study that shows such a miraculous effect.

Let me save you the effort by pointing you to the official StemTech disclaimer :

 “Neither StemTech Health Sciences Inc. nor its distributors make or infer any claims that StemEnhance® can cure, mitigate, treat or prevent any disease. If you believe that you have a health problem, see your doctor or health professional immediately.”

It doesn’t sound like even StemTech believes that their product will cure a cold, much less cancer or blindness.

I’m very sure you will have plenty to say about this. However, before replying, perhaps you would like to check with StemTech International if they endorse your statements that :

a) StemEnhance will treat “conditions such as lupus, cancers, heart problems, diabetes, spinal injuries, liver and kidney problems, brain tumours, and many many more”

b) “Even those who were once blind, now can see! The hard of hearing are able to hear again! The wheel-chair bound getting up to walk!”

I would very much love to know what they think about those claims.

Dr. Adrian Wong

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  1. George

    Dr Adrian Wong you are an idiot, a large one to be writing what you wrote here. Fact is you know nothing about what you are trying to deceive others about, if you have as much brain as a lizard you would remove this website, its evil and deceptive is the worst manner. You should be ashamed to be telling these lies to the public.

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    1. Dr. Adrian Wong

      George, feel free to debunk any of my points now that you are done with the ad hominem attacks. No? Didn’t think so. 😀

      After all, even StemTech themselves stated clearly that “StemEnhance will NOT cure, treat or prevent any illness or disease.”

      Don’t believe? Read what StemTech International posted in response to my article – http://www.rojakpot.com/the-stemenhance-scam-by-stemtech-international/3/

      You should be ashamed of trying to sell snake oil to gullible folks who could die from your greed and lack of ethics and morality.

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      1. jackthewolf1017

        Dr. Wong; actually, you misquoted the StemTech material. The actual statement by StemTech includes the word, “intended”. The exact quote, to which you refer but misstate is; “Stemtech products are nutritional supplements, not drugs, and are not intended to cure, treat or prevent ANY illness or disease.” My question is WHY did you apparently, intentionally misquote StemTech? BTW, what type of “doctor” are you and from where did you receive your education?

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    2. jackthewolf1017

      George, you appear to be a troll inasmuch as you offered NOTHING but criticism void of any factual rebuttal! In other words, you sound like a moron! BTW, I have no dog in this fight!

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  2. John

    I think Dr Adrian Wong did a good job by sharing his findings and exposing dubious claims made by company like Stemtech. If their products are medically proven to cure so any illness, they would have sell the rights to giant pharmaceutical companies. Correction would be that giant pharmaceutical companies would go begging Stemtech to sell their formulas for a huge price. Instead Stemtech operated as a mlm company to sell products of no value at a high price to benefit those directors and distributors at the top of the pyramid.

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    1. Dr. Adrian Wong

      Well said! If their products worked as advertised, Big Pharma would go begging, hat in hand, to buy over their company / patent.

      The fact that many MLM companies develop the same products but Big Pharma deigned to do so shows that they do not believe in the efficacy of these products.

      They are capitalists, after all. Why wouldn’t they want to make money off these products?

      Unless they know that these products do NOT work. I think those who buy MLM products should reflect on that…

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      1. gentleaura

        The thing about Big Pharma is they strive for repeated use. They hate ‘single cure’ drugs, be it developed by their own capabilities or their competitors. Like illicit drugs, the aim is not just to sell you drugs to try once off, they need you to come back for more as long as you breath. If the product repairs your broken cells to be restored to the immune system of a teen, then its game over for them because you will not need the repeated dose. Think deeper.

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  3. Donna G

    Last Sunday at my church we received a bottle from a couple that takes Stemenhance 3 religious (no pun intended). They have been taking it for sometime now. My husband is a diabetic, has neuropathy, restless legs syndrome. Knee and back problems. Not to mention myself I have arthritis in my hips, 2 bulging disc which one is near my spinal cord sack. Plus a rotor cuff tare in my right shoulder.
    Of course this couple was telling us that they have been feeling awesome. With having many medical issues of their own. Pretty much they have been cured.
    Well after reading many articles and reviews on StemEnhance 3. I’m definitely not taking this medicine. Why???
    Way to many risk factors.
    1. Liver cancer
    2. Cancer tumors
    3. Young Lady died from liver failure
    4. The company changed it’s name, I’m sure after the lawsuit of the young lady that died.
    Well anyway, I really tried to find the good in this supposed miracle pill. I say two thumbs down.

    I’m definitely letting the couple at my church know about the risks. If they still decide to take it, it’s their choice. At least I can sleep at night knowing that I told them of all the risks.
    Furthermore Pray nothing medical happens to them from taking these pills.

    Sincerely

    Donna G

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  4. Victor

    It is apparent that the producers of this website are focused entirely on destroying the reputation of the Stem Enhance products. I can only say that I and several members of our group are alive and functionally healthy after taking the Stem Enhance products, and beginning Stem Enhance products is the only change I made initially. Many of my problems (including some visible skin problems) have either gone away completely or markedly improved in severity. I have been taking the product now for about 4 1/2 years and I intend to continue.

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  5. Maz

    No one has a bad word to say against vaccinations that are full of heavy metals and do harm to ppl and pets daily … not to mention the GMOs in our food and animals foods, plus the pesticides in food, the chemicals in cleaning products and personal care products. No one seems to have a word to say about ALL of these poisons … that’s before I talk about pet flea and tick control, worming products and the fluoride in our water … What is the matter with you all … there are more poisons floating around in our every day products that a few people using these stem cell boosters .. could be stem cell nutrition is NOT a drug, so it’ can’t make the big greedy pharma companies money. What about EMFs from mobile devices and modems !!! even the phone manufacturing companies have made sure legally that they can’t be sued in time to come .. YES they are fully aware of a brain cancer epidemic on it’s way. Start testing and complaining about these things that surround us daily .. so much so we can’t get away from any of them.

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  6. Miky

    US government Biotech and medicine website has a study article reported:
    “….clinical trial of Stemtech™ in a group of Iranian diabetic patients. Stemtech™ intervention brought in favorable effects on HbA1c in our diabetic patients consequently suggest Stemtech™ as a functional food in management of diabetes.”.

    The full study content link can be found by google.

    Can Dr. Wong respond to the above?

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    1. jackthewolf1017

      I read that as well. The problem is, how can we trust ANYTHING coming from the US government? If anything, I believe the EXACT opposite of their statements and findings and history has proven that to be a far more accurate barometer of their truth than taking them at face value!

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  7. Troy wilson

    Gentlemen,
    You’ve made a mistake by connecting StemEnhance to Stemtech.
    I cannot speak in StemEnhance. Never heard of it until today.
    I can tell you about Stemtech, though.

    About stem cell surgical therapy: if it is bonafide, it’s expensive. If it’s fake, that’s a crime.

    Stemtech is advanced nutrition specifically aimed at producing a large number of one’s own stem cells in high numbers with each serving of the M, C, R formulas.
    My experience; a bought a month supply but gave it to a friend whose own cardio/pulmonary life support was previously and officially measured at 5%. She had been awaiting a transplant but has not been healthy enough to get one. This was her condition for as long as I’ve known her, about 3 years. She always had great difficulty getting up one flight of stairs, stopping for pauses every few steps, sitting as necessary and vomiting when reaching the top. Her body filled with fluid because her genetically deteriorating heart could not move her fluids much at all. She has but one kidney.
    She recently experienced a decline in health, and called me to say goodbye. She had her daughter come in from out of town to be with her in her last hours. She had gained more water weight although she has been water-restricted, and developed large blisters of water on her lower extremities. She was in a lot of pain, knew she was dying, and wanted to say goodbye.
    I had mentioned Stemtech to her before, but she was skeptical. I took my supply to her.
    When I walked in to her apartment, she was prostate and could hardly breath, like a fish out of water, gasping for air noisily. Her face was red and she looked quite uncomfortable.
    She is always easy to laugh and smile – the kind of person to make personal gifts to hand out to an entire hospital ward, as she had been in a coma for months a couple years ago. This made it even easier to give my supply to.
    I insisted she take it at once.
    She did and within 15 minutes she sat up, was giggling, raising her arms above her head and commenting on how she hadn’t done that in a couple weeks and how easy it was for her to breathe. I was in awe but not surprised, based on what I had been told by a very knowledgeable distributor that my upline connected me to when I had questions.

    Within an hour she made me breakfast. Within a couple days she went to the hospital for the blisters, which had become infected. Within one week her life support was measured at 35%.
    She came home and went to her new doctor, which was two weeks after she started taking Stemtech. He measured her at 40% at could not understand what had happened. According to my friend, he kept re-reading her file, asking if she’s the same person and if he had the correct profile. He was in disbelief. He eventually gathered himself and asked her to return so he could follow her progress.

    She was halfway through my/her supply on that day. I suggested she cut the servings in half so it could last longer. ((We’ve both had financial difficulty.)
    She did cut it by half but said she felt like it wasn’t doing much. She was right. She went to a different hospital for the blisters, which started again. They measured her at 30% and were as stunned as anyone else.
    (She still smokes cigarettes, but very little – I tell her that any, especially for her, is plenty bad. )
    Then she decided to up the servings to full one day, half the next. That has her holding at about 35% life support.
    She’s working to get a month supply, as am I. I believe I will be able to work as much as I should be able to at 54 years old. I have Candida overgrowth, which causes the full gamut of symptoms – make no mistake – sporing fungi emit mycotoxins: not good outside nor inside the body. If I eat too much grain or processed foods, my skin will itch terribly within the skin of my feet and groin. The next day I will have invariably a migraine headache. The day after that I will likely soil my trousers because the colony in my intestine has exploded. There are other symptoms, such as an immediate hangover if I have even one beer, worse if two, which never offers the relaxation and giddiness associated with one or two drinks, because the large Candida colonies process to quickly he alcohol, breaking it down into the chemicals that are essentially the hangover. I also have aches in my joints, spasms in my muscles, hormone imbalances, insomnia and narcolepsy, brain fog, green toil nails that grow into my skin, the skin of my toes grows like shredded toenails or tree bark.
    Fungus grows under my fingernails: it’s attached to the skin there. It can’t be dug out – it needs to be cut out or trimmed after I cut my nails. Hair loss, excessive gas, feces that smells like a septic tank, urinary/bladder infection. (I often cannot hold my water.)I’m not diabetic, but Candida overgrowth causes or contributes greatly to diabetes II and insulin resistance.
    The Candida is controllable with diet, I know, but I’m often in denial about my condition. Being homeless currently makes it more difficult to keep healthy foods. I cannot eat most things. This is no way to live. And I won’t take fungicides.
    I’m looking forward to getting the stemtech for myself as well as tracking my friend’s health,
    Healing is Health is Life Itself. Without healing, we don’t have much at all.

    Please disassociate the Stemtech from StemEnhance. It’s not right. Stemtech has patents and patents pending. They are about to go public. I assure you that what I’ve seen is far more than I expected, especially at how fast. I’m also surprised that a company actually does what it says and delivers a quality Product that is well more than what I had imagined.
    The FDA and other agencies prohibit claims of cures, etc, and many people are litigious to a great degree (someone sued RedBull energy drink because it didn’t give them actual wings. And they won. The world has lost its mind.)
    If you haven’t researched the latest on stem cells and “polypotent” stem cells, you might look into it.
    Stemtech is no miracle, but it is miraculous. Why? Because our minds are closed to the greater truth, that our bodies heal themselves if the have what they need. But we are surrounded and filled with toxins from petroleum products, and our food supply lacks the nutrients we could be getting. Our bodies are meant to live a thousand years. That’s the truth. The world is so filled with fraud that we can’t imagine a life without it.
    Fraud is not sustainable, neither is our economy. But we will remain peaceful and caring for one another.

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