Is Stemtech For Real?

Is Stemtech For Real?

Searching terms like “Stemtech Scam” & “Is Stemtech real” led to me being interested to learn more about this company. The words “Stemtech Scam” are simply not true.

Here is some background on the company.

Stemtech first started business in 2005 by botanical researcher Christian Drapeau and Ray C Carter. Christian began experimenting in the 1990’s with a green botanical growing on a lake in North America. The curious botanical was identified as Aphanimenon Floss Aquae (AFA for short). One day a momentous breakthrough was made – one that would change the world. Christian stumbled upon stem cell research and asked the following question…”What if stem cells from the bone marrow constituted the natural renewal system of the body and what if AFA was somehow supporting the body in naturally releasing more stem cells?”

Christian Drapeau and seasoned entrepreneur Ray Carter combined and worked tirelessly to bring to market a proprietary, concentrated AFA extract that increases the number of circulating adult stem cells within the blood stream. This is the world’s first adult stem cell enhancer. There is no truth in the statement ‘Stemtech is a scam’.

It was discovered that adult stem cells can in fact become Heart cells, Liver cells, Pancreatic cells, Muscle cells, Brain cells in the eye, the joints and more. Science discovered that increasing the number of circulating adult stem cells is probably the single most important thing you can do to maintain optimum health. Without these, your body’s natural renewal process could not take place and so that’s why we become ill. This natural supplement comes in capsule form which taken orally, helps in increasing the number of circulating adult stem cells in the body by as much as 3 to 4 million within an hour.

Stemtech grew quickly in the first few years and capitalized on the world’s first and only series of patents for a natural adult stem cell enhancer. The company decided to launch their product not by filling the shelves of drug stores, but instead chose to use a simple MLM system to share their products to the world. Today the company is expanding world-wide including USA, United Kingdom, South Africa, Jamaica, Taiwan, Malaysia, Mexico, Canada, Germany, Colombia, Philippines, New Zealand and Australia.

Often we think that pharmaceutical and drugs are the only way of regaining and maintaining optimum health. But what about dietary supplements. So once again the term ‘Stemtech Scam’ is definitely untrue as they offer a physical product that has proven benefits within a MLM business/sales plan.