History of Live Cell Therapy
Sheep Placenta was first discovered to potentially stimulate human cell growth and stop the signs of ageing, in 1912 by Nobel Prize Winner, Professor Karl. Live Cell Therapy developed, and it was soon discovered that Sheep Placenta had thousands of active substances which could benefit cell rejuvenation. In 1931, Swiss physician Paul Niehans performed the first successful cell therapy on a post-surgery patient. His findings lead to him treating those who could afford this holistic, self-healing, with injections at the renowned Clinique La Prairie in Montreaux, in Switzerland.
For years to come, thousands of wealthy clients, including heads of state, along with famous Hollywood stars were given this cellular renewal in an expensive injection form. Modern extraction technology has now allowed the many health and beauty benefits of Sheep Placenta to be available for all, rather than a privileged few.
In much of Europe there is widespread acceptance in medical establishments of the beneficial effects of using Live Cell Therapy.