Dr Madalyn Ward, DVM, Educates; Stem Cell Therapy In Horses

Stem cell therapy is very controversial these days so Dr. Madalyn Ward, DVM, thought she should provide some information on this topic. She advocates the stem cell therapies that are simple and legal, through a new nutritional product called Stemplex.

Dr Ward describes stem cells as this: ” A stem cell is an undifferentiated cell that can renew itself and develop into at least three different types of tissue. Embryonic stem cells are derived from early stage embryos and have the ability to differentiate into all adult types. Embryonic  stem cells behave in a consistent way under a microscope, but are much less predictable when injected into the body. They can offer some benefits for research, but their use is controversial and they are not useful for actual treatments.”

There are many categories of stem cells, including allogenic, which is from a donor of the same species, autologous, which is derived  from the same animal and xenogenic, which is from a donor of another species.

In horses, stem cell therapy in the repair of ligaments, has shown the most success for becoming a future treatment. Scientists have found that beta glucan is a nutrient that stimulates white blood cells called Macrophages.

From this research, Simplexity Health has came up with the product, Stemplex (TM) that has wild blueberry, green tea extract, the amino acid, carnosine, vitamin D, blue berry extract and blue-green algae. This therapy is going to have great potential and should be considered for healing injuries and damaged organs.

Systemic stem cell therapy is also showing promise in treating neurological conditions as well. Dr. Ward attested to using Stemplex on her own horse who had chronically sore heels and reported that within a month, she could see an improvement is his gait. For more info, you can visit: www.holistichorsekeeping.com

madalyn ward educates stem cell therapy in horses Dr Madalyn Ward, DVM, Educates; Stem Cell Therapy In Horses

 

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