Exosomes are rapidly growing as the preferred treatment in Regenerative Medicine. Exosomes are not stem cells. They are the byproducts of stem cells. They are tiny vesicles released by stem cells, which carry information from the stem cell to other cells, including messenger RNA, micro RNA, growth factors, proteins, as well as other information.
Basically, exosomes act as a means of communication from one cell to another. It used to be thought that exosomes were the waste products of stem cells. Over the past 15-20 years, scientists have learned this is not true, and to the contrary, exosomes are now recognized for the important role they play. Exosomes are known for pro-growth, anti-inflammatory, and immunomodulatory characteristics.
Administration of Exosomes to the body, stimulates resident stem cells in the body to proliferate and heal tissue.
The source of Exosomes in the US is a tissue lab in Florida, Kimera Labs. They are the only lab in the US producing Exosomes for use in the US. The lab obtains donated placental tissue from healthy C-section births. The tissue is screened according to guidelines, as is any donated human tissue prior to use, to ensure safety. Once cleared, simply put, the lab harvests stem cells from the placental tissue, plates the stem cells, and allows regeneration. Through a specific scientific process, the cells are separated and discarded, the secretions containing the Exosomes are collected and processed to formulate a concentrated product for administration. They are the byproduct of neonatal stem cells, which are most potent. They are not cells, they do not have DNA, therefore there is no risk of rejection. For these reasons, Exosomes are rapidly becoming the preferred treatment in Regenerative Medicine.
Administration of Exosomes is a safe, effective treatment to enhance the body’s ability to naturally restore health and function. .
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