StemRCM™ - StemRCM Single Bottle

StemRCM™

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Supporting Stem Cell Physiology…and more!
StemRCM Single Bottle
Your Price: $84.95 USD

StemRCM™

StemRCM™ is the latest breakthrough in the emerging category of dietary supplements called Stem Cell Nutrition. Developed by a highly respected PhD and board-certified Alternative Medical Practitioner, this amazing new product utilizes the most recent research on all-natural ingredients to create a synergistic, bioavailable, and powerful formula like no other.

The novel combination of ingredients in StemRCM, including a rare blend of powerful, highly effective and fast-acting antioxidants, is designed to safely support stem cell physiology along with immune, brain and cardiovascular function.

StemRCM naturally supports your stem cells ability to repair, renew, and restore tissues and organ function through healthy stem cell Release, Circulation, and Migration. As you age, the number and quality of stem cells declines, making you more susceptible to age-related health challenges. In addition, environmental toxins, stress, lack of sleep and a poor diet all create a negative impact on your body’s natural stem cell system of repair.

By naturally supporting the immune system, immune stem cells responses, and energy processes, StemRCM rejuvenates and allows all other systems of the body to function on more optimum and healthy levels.

All ingredients in StemRCM have been extensively studied for efficacy and safety, and come from organic, non-GMO, and non-irradiated natural sources. StemRCM does not contain any fillers, chemicals, heavy metals, contaminants, synthetic preservatives, colors, or additives.

Here’s a brief look at each ingredient:

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Apigenin from Green Parsley
(Petroselinum crispum)

This powerful and water-soluble antioxidant flavonoid/polyphenolic compound has been extensively investigated for its innovative and highly potent healthy impact on inflammation, aging and protection of DNA. This unique ingredient has been scientifically documented to strongly support the immune system, promote cardio-metabolic health, and effectively support brain health through the circulatory system, where it then crosses the blood/brain barrier, one of the rare natural compounds capable of doing so. Green parsley also contains other valuable compounds such as chlorophyll, vitamins K, A, C, E, beta carotene, lutein, cryptoxanthin, zeaxanthin and folate that offer many health benefits, including the support of healthy bones and eyes.

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Beta-Glucans (from oats)

Beta-glucans have been recognized as one of "the world's most powerful immune boosters”. Specially sourced from oats known for their high concentration, these powerful compounds are also present in several other ingredients in StemRCM and work together as a team.

Beta-glucans are highly effective and extensively researched polysaccharides and soluble fibers. They’ve been known to support not only the immune system but also healthy cardiovascular function, maintenance of healthy cholesterol levels, and stem cells’ repairing activity. Powerful health effects of Beta-glucans have been documented in numerous research studies, including at Harvard and FDA.

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Broccoli Sprout & Seed Extract
(Brassica oleraccea var italica L)
(Sulforaphane)

Sulforaphane, the strong immune system booster and cell repair compound in Broccoli sprout and seeds, also protects and supports heart health along with the neutralization and elimination of toxins. Broccoli sprout and seed extract in StemRCM has been enriched with an important enzyme - Myrosinase, to allow for maximum digestion of Broccoli extract and its optimal health benefits.

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Curcumin
(Curcuma longa, Theracurmin)

The curcumin in StemRCM is the most innovative, bioavailable, and powerful, and provides an astonishing twenty-seven times greater bioavailability than any other in the market. This natural substance, derived from Turmeric, has been extensively clinically tested and shown to provide numerous strong health and anti-aging effects. These include support of immune, cardiovascular, brain, and digestive health. Curcumin also supports healthy telomeres, stem cells, and contributes to healthy longevity.

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Muscadine Grape Seed Extract
(Vitus rotundifolia)

Rich in powerful antioxidants and polyphenolic compounds, specifically resveratrol and ellagic acid, along with other phytochemicals – these super grapes provide unique support for heart, immune system, and brain health. They also support heathy stem cell circulation and healthy longevity.

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Trans-Resveratrol (98%)
(Polygonum cupsidatum)

Derived from Japanese Knotweed, this highly absorbed, rapidly metabolized, and well tolerated antioxidant provides numerous health benefits, especially for the cardiovascular and immune system, and brain function. Trans-resveratrol in StemRCM also supports healthy stem cell activity, healthy telomeres, and bone health.

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Epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG)
(Camellia sinensis)

Extracted from green tea, this major catechin/polyphenolic compound is a potent antioxidant. It supports the immune system and provides protection for cell membrane integrity, while also supporting the nervous system and suppressing neurotoxicity. Recent studies show that it contributes to extending a healthy lifespan by slowing the aging process.

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Reishi Mushroom
(Ganoderma Lucidum)

This compound is a potent antioxidant that contains highly beneficial bioactive molecules including beta glucans, alpha-glucans, glycoproteins, polysaccharides, proteins and essential amino acids. It supports healthy stem cell function, immune function, brain function and cardiovascular function, along with protecting liver health.

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Astragalus
(Astragalus membranaceus)

This powerful antioxidant is known for its deep immune supporting properties and enhancing the body's own defense system. The natural constituents in Astragalus- saponins, flavonoids and polysaccharides have been scientifically documented to provide significant natural support to the immune stem cell activity. Astragalus also supports telomere health, heart and liver health, and mood balance.

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Aloe Vera (BioAloe)

This super bioavailable and potent form of Aloe Vera has been shown to support the stem cell system and immune system of the body. It also supports brain health and digestive health while helping to maintain a healthy blood sugar level.

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Peppermint
(Mentha piperita L.)

This compound, present in StemRCM, not only supports digestive health and processing of nutrients but is also a strong antioxidant and helps to improve brain function, memory, and increase alertness.

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Vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol)

Vitamin D plays a critical role in supporting health, including bone health, healthy stem cell activity, immune and cardiovascular system function, cell- to-cell communication, and longevity genes. Its bio-cellular activity is enhanced by synergistic interaction with other ingredients in the StemRCM formula.

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