Thursday, October 17, 2019

How I Increased My Stem Cell Reproduction for Stroke Recovery Naturally

Stem cells are amazing little buggers. People tend to think that as an adult, we don't have stem cells, but that isn't true. Stem cells are just at their highest when we are babies or small children, because of our rapid growth development into an adult.

We all still have stem cells and there are ways increase your own personal stem cell reproduction through diet, supplements, and good living. Thankfully, I studied this before I had my own massive stroke in 2014. I had just finished researching herbs that stimulated stem cell growth and utilized my own research for my own complete recovery.

Everything I did will be listed in my upcoming book and there is a lot that I did to cover the physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual side of recovery. All the aspects need a balance to recover from such a system shock, like a stroke. And it will take time. The body is always creating homeostasis, its new normal. You have to push your homeostasis to gain ground and that isn't easy. This upcoming list will help launch your own stem cell reproduction to help with healing.

Here are the herbs and supplements I use for stem cell reproduction:

Rhodiola Rosea: A powerful adaptogen that increases your immunity to stress. It is known to boost general strength and vitality. You can take it like a vitamin, or add the powder to your daily tea. (What I personally use.)

Astragalus: A restorative tonic for increasing metabolism, strength, stamina, & vitality. The root is mainly used. Astragulus can be taken like a supplement or added to your tea in a powder form. (What I personally use.) If you want to learn how to make your own tinctures, you can do that, too! Click here.

Panax Ginseng: Another powerful adaptogen that promotes overall health, vigor, depression, diabetes, fatigue, aging, inflammation, degeneration, tumors, stress, and ulcers. The tuberous roots are used in powder form for teas, supplements, & extracts. (This is what I use.)

Gingko Biloba: This is one of the oldest known tree species in existence. This tree is known for treating memory loss, eases anxiety and stress, and is now being used for glaucoma. Do not use this with blood thinners as it can interrupt the effects of blood thinning medications. Ginkgo is mainly used in supplement form. Make sure to choose a high quality form. (This is what I use.)

Spirulina: A blue-green algae with a dense portfolio of nutrition. Spirulina has more anti-oxidants than any other food. Higher in protein than meat, more calcium than milk. This is not a supplement to ignore. Taken either by powder (strong flavor) or by capsule. (I've been taking this for years.)

Cordyceps: Cordyceps is a strange natural event. It is a parasitic fungus that feeds off of moths resulting in a medicinal mushroom that strengthens the body, (kidneys in particular). Even though this is a strange one, remember this. This is a powerful ancient tonic. Cordyceps is becoming very popular and is added to a lot of health blends. (I prefer this supplement type.)

Blue Green Algae (AFA): Another algae only a freshwater algae that boasts similar traits as spirulina. It helps you build blood, great skin, and helps to regenerate the liver. Most commonly found as a supplement. (This is my favorite one.)

D-Ribose: This is a simple sugar that helps rejuvenate the heart and restore energy effectively. This ingredient is extremely important in cell maintenance and regrowth. D-Ribose is most commonly found as a supplement. (I will never be without this one.)

B Complex Vitamin: B Complex Vitamins are an integral part of your immunity and cell energy to fight off free radicals. B Complex Vitamins are water soluble and your body will release what it cannot use by turning your urine bright yellow. Supplement only, but please choose a high quality B complex. (I use this sublingual form.)

I hope this inspires you to look at your recovery a bit differently. Make sure to follow the blog, get on my newsletter list, or one of my facebook groups so you know when the book is released. It is in its final stages of publishing now.

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Wendy

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