Live Cell Therapy
This advanced technique of glandular therapy was devised by the Swiss physician Paul Niehans in the 1930s. He initially injected a whole diced parathyroid gland from a sheep into a woman who had hers removed, and apparently she did remarkably well. This therapy has expanded to the use of all possible glandular tissues, from brain to lung to vertebral disks taken from freshly slaughtered fetal sheep. The fetus is used because of the early stage of cell development and patterning that theoretically helps most to restore our cellular pattern and stimulate the organ’s regeneration and function. (The bone marrow transplant done in Western medicine is a specific, advanced technique analagous to glandular therapy.)
This glorified live cell glandular therapy is very popular in European countries and is available in Mexico; it is not currently legal in the United States. Health seekers as well as the rich and famous travel to experience this therapy proposed to extend youth and vitality, plus generate real healing. Whether this really works remains to be seen.