Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease

Having commenced Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease, patients experience the healing effects within minutes of the new Stem Cells being delivered into the body and this continues for a period of 7 days afterwards. The positive week-long repair is again triggered with each new application of Embryonic Stem Cells.

The heart contains a small amount of Cardiac Stem Cells which are produced when there is a need for more Heart Cells or when damaged ones need to be replaced. These Cardiac Cells are produced in high quantity for about one week following a "Heart Attack"; however, this process halts after one week. This illustrates both the importance and the need of Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease.

What are the various types of Heart Disease

There are many types of conditions that people suffer with that require Stem Cell Therapy for Heart Disease to repair in order to improve their quality of life. These types include;

Congenital heart disease

This is a general term for some deformities of the heart that have been present since birth. Congenital heart disease examples include:

Septal Defects: There is a hole between the two chambers of the heart.

Obstruction Defects: The flow of blood through various chambers of the heart is partially or totally blocked.

Cyanotic Heart Disease: A defect in the heart causes a shortage of oxygen around the body.

Arrhythmia: This relates to an irregular heartbeat. There are several ways in which a heartbeat can lose its regular rhythm. When the heart beats too fast (tachycardia), when the heart beats too slowly (bradycardia), premature ventricular contractions, or additionally, when the heartbeat is irregular (abnormal beats/fibrillation). Arrhythmias occur when the electrical impulses in the heart that coordinate the heartbeat do not work properly. These make the heart beat in a way it should not, whether that be too fast, too slow, or too erratically.

Irregular heartbeats are common, and all people experience them. When they occur, the sensation you experience feels like a fluttering or racing heart. However, when they change too much or occur because of a damaged or weak heart, they need to be taken more seriously and treated accordingly.

Coronary Artery Disease

The Coronary Arteries supply the heart muscle with nutrients and oxygen by circulating blood. Coronary Arteries can become diseased or damaged, usually because of plaque deposits that contain cholesterol. Plaque build-up narrows the coronary arteries and this causes the heart to receive less oxygen and nutrients.

Dilated Cardiomyopathy

Dilated Cardiomyopathy occurs when heart chambers become dilated as a result of heart muscle weakness and cannot pump blood properly. The most common reason is that not enough oxygen reaches the heart muscle due to coronary artery disease. This usually affects the left ventricle.

Myocardial Infarction

More commonly known as a Heart Attack, Myocardial Infarction is also referred to as Cardiac Infarction, and Coronary Thrombosis. When this occurs an interrupted blood flow damages or destroys part of the heart muscle. This is usually caused by a blood clot that develops in one of the Coronary Arteries and can also occur if an artery suddenly narrows or spasms.

Heart Failure

Also known as Congestive Heart Failure. This failure occurs when the heart does not pump blood around the body efficiently. Either the left or right side of the heart might be affected, rarely this affects both sides. Coronary Artery disease or high blood pressure can, over time, leave the heart too stiff or weak to fill and pump properly and this is where heart failure can occur.

Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy

This Genetic disorder in which the wall of the left ventricle thickens, makes it harder for blood to be pumped out of the heart. This is the leading cause of sudden death in athletes. A parent with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy has a 50 percent chance of passing the disorder onto their children.

Mitral Regurgitation

Also known as Mitral Valve Regurgitation, Mitral Insufficiency, or Mitral Incompetence, this occurs when the Mitral Valve in the heart does not close tightly enough. This allows blood to flow back into the heart when it should be in the process of leaving. As a result, blood cannot move through the heart or the body efficiently. People with this type of heart condition often feel tired and out of breath.

Mitral Valve Prolapse

This occurs when the valve between the Left Atrium and Left Ventricle does not fully close. Rather, it bulges upwards or back into the Atrium. In the case of most people who experience Mitral Valve Prolapse, the condition is non-life-threatening and no treatment is required. Some people, especially if the condition is marked by Mitral Regurgitation, may require treatment.

Pulmonary Stenosis

These Patients are usually young and experience difficulty with their heart pumping blood from the Right Ventricle into the Pulmonary Artery due to the Pulmonary Valve being too tight. The Right Ventricle has to work harder to overcome the obstruction. An infant with severe stenosis can turn blue whereas older children will generally have no symptoms.

What is Stem Cell Heart Regeneration?

Stem Cell Heart Regeneration is engineered specifically to restore damaged heart tissue and to restore proper functioning using the body's natural ability to regenerate. 


I am a female, 64 years old. I had an echocardiogram in Sept 2016 that revivals 'ejection fraction' which measures heart strength 35 to 40%! 65-70% is the norm. My last stress test was at 30% during that timeframe! I had a repeat ECO this month Jan. exactly 1 month since my last stem cell treatment in Mexico Dec 2nd. Results were astounding 45-50%! We are so very excited and thankful to the doctors and everyone at "Stemaid"! — Charlene L.
(Heart Disease Protocol)

My heart flow rate was at 30% when I first visited Stemaid. After 3 ESC injections it is up to 60%. I am regaining my life! — Laura S.
(Heart Disease Protocol)

Thought I’d share with you the results of my heart echo. They said the refraction was 40 percent! I find it hard to believe but I assume it has to be fairly accurate. My refraction hasn’t been that good for at least 15 to 20 years. Can’t wait to get the reaction from some of my doctors. Thanks again. — Randy M.
(Heart Disease Protocol)

I had coronary bypass surgery ın 2001 but even so, I still had a lot of heart problems and found that my qualıty of lıfe had become a lot worse after retırement. My wife was told about Stemaid and the work they do and after some research, we decıded to gıve ıt a go. We have never been to Cyprus before and I had a faır amount of trepıdatıon, but when we arrived, the whole team were just great and their professionalism really put us at ease. Some months after the treatment ı had recovered enough to go campıng wıth the grandchildren. — Paul W. (Heart Disease Protocol)

I had many many problems wıth health and after 5 weeks of treatment I feel strong. My Cardiologist ıs impressed wıth my recovery and even she cannot deny the results. I wish that more people could have Stem Cell Therapy as ıt changed my lıfe. — Johann K. (Heart Disease Protocol)

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