Renew the Privileges of Youth with the advanced therapy of a Swiss cellular supplement derived from deep-sea fish.
The science of cell therapies is not a new phenomenon. The use of cell therapy for medical purposes has been known for thousands of years. On the Iber Papyrus of Medicine, written in 1600 B.C. Egyptian hieroglyphs recommend the intake of animal matter to improve the vitality of the organism.
Doctors performed the first tissue transplants 2000 years ago. In the Middle Ages, Paracelsus, a great Swiss philosopher and physicist, believed that the best way to restore and revitalize a degenerative organ or old tissue is to use healthy, living cells of similar tissue.
At the end of the 19th century, the Parisian physiologist Braun Sequard pointed out that based on his experience, an increase in vitality occurs as a consequence of cell therapy through the injection of a cell extract obtained from the testicles of a bull.