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In humans, scientists counted 6 types of tissues capable of regeneration


It turns out that in our body there are 6 types of tissues that can be reproduced with the help of nutrition. This can be a big surprise for some people. However, without the regeneration of tissues — the constant renewal of cells in the body — the miracle of the human body could not exist. In the period of recovery after the disease, regenerative processes predominate over degenerative processes.

To help the body achieve equilibrium (tissue regeneration) can also be through food, medicinal herbs, nutrients and even the healing power of intention. However, nowadays medicine mainly uses chemicals that do not have an iota of regenerative potential. On the contrary, synthetic chemicals almost always interfere with the self-renewal of the organism, suppressing symptoms, and not eliminating the true causes of the disease.

Modern medicine is distrustful of spontaneous remission — suppression of symptoms and diseases. At the same time in MEDLINE you can find amazing and wonderful studies on products and products that contribute to the regeneration of tissues.

Nerve tissue regeneration.

In nature, there is a wide range of agents that promote the regeneration of nervous tissue. In 2010, the journal «Rejuvenation» published the results of research on animals with degenerative diseases, during which it was shown that the combination of blueberries, green tea and carnosine contributes not only to the regeneration of neurons, but also to stem cells. In other studies, it has been shown that the regeneration of nervous tissue is promoted by such substances as curcumin (contained in turmeric spice), apigenin (a compound in such vegetables as celery), blueberries, ginseng, baranets, natto (a traditional Japanese dish from fermented soybeans) , Red sage, resveratrol, royal jelly, theanine, ashwaganda, trigonellin (alkaloid contained in coffee). There is another class of medicinal substances for nervous tissue that stimulates the regeneration of the protective envelope around neuronal myelin axons, which is often damaged in neurological dysfunction (in particular, there are autoimmune and vaccine-induced disorders of demyelination). It should also be noted that even music and a sense of love stimulate the regeneration of nervous tissue.

Regeneration of liver tissue.

Glycyrrhizin, a compound found in the root of licorice, possesses powerful antiviral properties against SARS (a virus that causes atypical pneumonia). In addition, glycyrrhizin stimulates the regeneration of liver tissue and improves the function of this organ in the animal model. Other substances that contribute to the regeneration of liver tissue include carvacrol (volatile compound in oregano), curcumin, Korean ginseng, rooibos (African tea), vitamin E.

Regeneration of beta cells of the pancreas.

Unfortunately, the medical community does not use the potential of natural compounds for the treatment of diabetes mellitus. While millions of dollars are spent on expensive stem cell therapy, beta-cell transplantation and a huge number of synthetic drugs, scientists do not study home remedies useful for the treatment of type 1 diabetes. In experiments, it has been shown that the following can theoretically contribute to the regeneration of beta-cell types that break down in type 1 diabetes: jimnema (ayurvedic plant), black cumin, vitamin D, curcumin, arginine, avocado, berberine (found in bitter herbs like yellow-root and Barberry), bitter melon, chard (green leafy vegetables), corn stigmas, stevia, sulforaphane (especially found in broccoli).

Regeneration of hormones.

There are drugs that increase the function of the endocrine glands, as a result of which more hormones are synthesized. But in nature there are also substances that promote the regeneration of hormones, which decompose into potentially carcinogenic metabolites. Vitamin C promotes the regeneration of hormones. A powerful electron donor, this vitamin helps to restore estradiol, progesterone and testosterone. In tandem with foods that are able to maintain the function of glands (such as the ovaries), vitamin C can be an excellent addition to alternative hormone replacement therapy.

Regeneration of cardiac tissue.

Not so long ago it was thought that the heart tissue is not capable of regeneration. However, new studies indicate that there is a class of neocardiogenic substances that contribute to the regeneration of heart tissue. These substances can stimulate the formation of cardiac precursor cells, which can differentiate into healthy heart tissue: resveratrol, Siberian ginseng (eleutherococcus), red wine extract, N-acetyl-cysteine.

Regeneration of cartilage, joints and spine tissues.

Curcumin and resveratrol improve recovery after a spinal cord injury. More than a dozen other natural compounds are promising in this area. With degenerative diseases of the joints (like osteoarthritis), there is a wide range of potentially regenerative substances (more than 50!). Why does the teaching on tissue regeneration develop very slowly? Because regenerative medicine threatens to undermine the economic infrastructure, which is based on the use of drugs. Suppressing the symptoms of the disease is beneficial, because it guarantees perpetuation of the underlying disease. The combination of a diet, a healthy lifestyle and the use of tissue-assisted drugs can interrupt this pathological chain and help us achieve bodily freedom, which is a prerequisite for the liberation of the human soul.