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  • Success increasing with stem cell treatment & manital

    Posted by Suz on June 18, 2024 at 2:54 pm

    My sister has had Parkinson’s for 32 years. Presumably from Agent Orange exposure in Vietnam with the Red Cross. She’s been on practically everything out there over time, including DBS placement. I’m her caretaker/P.O.A. Sadly, she’s now in a memory care facility, stage 5, fading fast.<div>

    A friend, John, was diagnosed about a yr. ago. He & wife chose to try stem cell treatment & manital (some sort of sugar?) Other things too, like Brain 770, which reportedly decalcifies the pineal gland. His wife researches like crazy. Over time, I see many positive upticks with John’s neurology symptoms. He’s walking better, speaks a bit louder, is getting up earlier, is coming out on his own again, is cooking again, etc. Much more energized.

    Stem cell is not covered by Medicare at this point.

    They paid about $12K, having a nasal spray treatment. Don’t know how many treatments were done/ covered by that amount. Stemedix is one company that does this.

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    abbycat replied 3 weeks, 6 days ago 3 Members · 2 Replies
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  • mari

    Member
    June 21, 2024 at 4:20 pm

    I’m sad to hear about your sister’s placement in a care facility–it makes me angry that her PD is linked to Agent Orange–I know you equally feel her pain.

    I’m also considering stem cell therapy and I appreciate you mentioning how your friend has fared and the name of the clinic that administered it. I believe the substance you referred to is Mannitol–a diuretic, and from what I gather, Brain 770 is an herbal supplement, supposedly good for the pineal gland, whatever that is. (I’ll look it up later. Ha!)

  • abbycat

    Member
    June 25, 2024 at 4:57 pm

    The ingredients in the supplement that was mentioned are:

    • Pine Pollen
    • Papaya (Serrspeptase)
    • Black walnut hull
    • Rhodiola Rosea
    • Saffron (Crocus Sativa)

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