Stem Cells Tissues and Organic Regeneration in Traditional Medicine

Stem therapy is proving to be possible using stem cells from adipose tissues to regenerate sick organs. This is a common practice in traditional clinical practice. It also proves that the body has its own healing mechanisms. These self-healing mechanisms are explained in Tibetan traditional medicine by a system of energy meridians. These activities are coordinated by primordial energy in the brain. Continue reading to get more information about stem cells therapy.

The energy is directed towards the governor (which controls the genetic information within the RNA) or towards the conception (which controls the genetic information within the DNA). The brain is the supreme organ. It controls all physiological processes and how adult stem cells differentiate and specialize to repair and regenerate tissues and organs.

The stimulation of the acupoints along with the meridians reduces energy barriers and signals the brain to remove dysfunctional cells from a particular organ. The brain interprets the information and sends an energy impulse to order the regeneration system to take the required number of stem cells from its body to train them, and then to send them to the affected organ.

The cells on their way to the target organ are programmed by interaction with specializing elements for future actions. They use the information to differentiate stem cells according to their cellular line. The bone marrow stem cells can be divided into muscle cells, platelets, neurons, myocardial, and hepatic cells. The stem cells of the adipose tissues have a greater ability to differentiate and are therefore involved in tissue regeneration of the heart and liver, blood, osseous and articular systems, endothelium, nervous system, and heart.