STEMAX products contain wax mushrooms, sea buckthorn extract, spirulina algae, brown alga fucoidan extract, and other special herbal and fruit extracts. The STEMAX SL also contains a woolen sponge and a chrome trace element.
The relationship between cells and regeneration is currently one of the most intensively researched areas. Its understanding promises solutions that can be used to overcome certain diseases that were previously considered incurable, which is why it is receiving more and more attention.
The latest research tries to increase the regeneration capacity of the body by stimulating and mobilizing the (endogenously created) stem cells within the body.
Stem cells can be divided into 2 main types: embryonic stem cells, which have high pluripotency, so they can transform (differentiate) into almost any cell, and adult or somatic stem cells, which have a lower degree of pluripotency and can generally be considered the progenitors of the tissue in which they are can be found. In terms of their function, adult stem cells are responsible for the maintenance and regeneration of the given tissues and for the supply of damaged and dead cells.
Stem cells are practically everywhere in our body to ensure fast and efficient tissue regeneration. There are types of stem cells that stay in the tissues all the time, while other stem cells circulate in our body. The latter are located in the bone marrow most of the time, from where they can enter the bloodstream. From the blood circulation, they either return to the bone marrow or exit the tissues to fulfill their function.
This circulation within the body is mostly characteristic of hematopoietic stem cells (stem cells that create the shaped elements of the blood and immune system), but also mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs, mainly cartilage, fat, bone differentiation, but they can also go in the direction of muscle and nerve cells) and endothelial progenitor cells (vascular wall progenitor cells) can also circulate in the blood.
The stem cells circulating in the body can enter the tissues and encounter stimuli (e.g. damage to a given tissue) that causes them to stay in place and differentiate into target cells. As a rule, only a small part of the stem cells circulates in the bloodstream, but after consuming certain plants, the number of stem cells entering the blood from the bone marrow can increase, so in some cases, even the regenerative potential.
According to scientific research, the number of circulating stem cells can decrease over time due to aging, harmful environmental effects, and unfavorable eating and lifestyle habits, which negatively affects our body’s ability to regenerate. In such cases, the so-called for stem cell mobilizers.
The link between cells and regeneration is currently one of the most intensively researched fields. Understanding it promises solutions that can overcome some diseases that have been considered incurable, and therefore receive more and more attention.
According to novel scientific research, the regenerative capacity of the body can be increased by stimulating and mobilizing the endogenously formed stem cells inside the body.