Cell(Stem cells, cell supernatant fluid)

【The story of coordinator】Anti-aging.  The key ingredient is “dashi soup.”  The story of coordinator who tried Stem Cell Supernatant


Two seasoned coordinators of our company have become aware of anti-aging as various parts of their body have begun to show signs of wear and tear commensurate with their ages. They visited the clinic and tried Stem Cell Supernatant.

What is Stem Cell Supernatant?

Regenerative medicine (Stem-cell therapy) is a medical technology that promotes the improvement and repair of functionally and organically deteriorated organs and tissues by transplanting culture-grown stem cells into the body. If we assume that the stem cells taken from the body are fish, we put them in a culture medium to increase them, the ingredients of the fish dissolve in the liquid and become ” dashi soup.” The residue which extracted after removing the cells (fish waste) from this “dashi soup” is Stem cell culture supernatant. In recent years, it is thought that this “dashi soup” may activate the cells in the body more effectively when returned to the body than the cultured cells themselves.

In the case of regenerative medicine, if you put someone else’s cells back into your body, it is difficult for them to take root. So, the process of first harvesting cells from one’s own body, waiting for time to culture them, and then returning them to your body is necessary, but it is time-consuming and expensive. In this respect, with culture supernatant fluid, as the debris from other people’s cells has been removed and only the active ingredients remain, and it can be placed in your body immediately, there is no waiting time, and the cost is lower than regenerative medicine.

I was prescribed nasal drops at the clinic.

I have problems such as more spots on my face, weight gain, waking up in the middle of the night, and coughing due to chronic rhinitis. My colleague’s problem was that her eyes became hard to focus and she had difficulty seeing things. I thought that not only aging due to age but also lack of physical exercise and irregular lifestyle might be the cause, but I knocked on the clinic’s door, full of curiosity and hope that trying the stem cell culture supernatant solution might improve my problems.

The composition of the culture supernatant solution depends on what cells were cultured. The treating doctor explained that while it is common to take from fat, umbilical cord, dental pulp, and bone marrow, this clinic uses deciduous dental pulp stem cells, which contains particularly large amounts and types of growth promoting substance (cytokines). As the active ingredients go to the weakest parts of the body, they work differently depending upon people.

The doctor who explained this to me at the clinic said that when he was infected with Covid-19, his pneumonia became so severe that the white areas in his lungs spread on the x-ray images, but after receiving regular and frequent infusions of supernatant fluid, the condition did not get any worse, and the white areas in the images were much removed and close to normal. He still has some aftereffects, and although he is not 100% sure if the supernatant solution is effective, he feels that he would have been in more serious condition if he had not received a trial infusion of the supernatant solution. Also, when his wife became depressed after childbirth and was unable to go out, once she received a trial infusion of supernatant solution, her mental condition improved, and then she started going out by herself, saying “I want to receive the treatment again” and get intravenous drips, and after a while she was much more feeling better. The doctor mentioned that it may also work to improve mental health.

The clinic offered three types of prescriptions: intravenous drip, nasal drip prescription, and eye drop prescription. I felt that an intravenous drip would be a waste of money (budget-wise) to finish it in one session, so I was prescribed nasal drops because I also have chronic rhinitis, and my colleague was concerned about her eye condition, so she was prescribed eye drops. Both are for one month’s supply, to be used once a day. It took less than an hour before returning home, so I got a cold bag with refrigerant, paid the bill at the clinic, and took it home.

What are the effects I realized?

I opted for nasal drops, and the next day I realized an unexpected change. Recently I have been waking up in the middle of the night almost every night, but the next day, for the first time in six months, I was able to sleep soundly until morning. I thought I may be imaging something else, but I slept well almost every night for the next month. From this point forward, though it is not clear whether it is the effect of the cellular activity of the supernatant fluid or the effect of getting a good night’s sleep, after a week, my colleagues pointed out that my skin texture had improved, and I did feel that my makeup looked better. I felt better when I was told that, and although there may have been a placebo effect (the so-called “just my imagination”), the spots on my face faded away and I stopped using foundation and started using only concealer. But, there was no definite improvement in nasal allergies or stiff shoulders. A colleague who tried the eyedrops commented, “I don’t know if there was a definite improvement, but it hasn’t gotten worse and I feel like my focus adjustment becomes smoother.”
Now, about 4 months after using it for only one month, my sleep and skin quality are somewhat back to where they were before, but I am happy with the various improvements and it has definitely “triggered” me to rethink my life, including continuing my muscle training. It is expensive and difficult to keep doing just this, but why not try Stem Cell Supernatant when you come to Japan to get a little head start in order to improve your lifestyle and to get something started?

(the coordinator’s story as of February 2023)