The Cell Life's Power Plant
An overview of how Original GH3 Therapy
works and performs at the cellular level
1. Foreword 3
2. The Ce11-Nucleus Theory of Aging 3
3. The Immunological Theory of Aging 3
3.1 How Does This Work? 4
3.2 What Scientific Support is there for the Immunological Theory? 5
3.3 How Is This to be Explained? 6
3.4 How Can We Protect Ourselves? 7
3.5 The Blood Vessels 7
3.6 Experimental Evidence 8
4. When Does Aging Begin? 8
5. The Human Cell 9
6. Intermediary Cellular Metabolism 10
7. The Mitochondria: The Cell's Power Plants 11
8. The ATP-ADP Energy Cycle 12
8.1 Does This Always Work? 13
9. Reactivation through Energizing 13
9.1 What Can We Do To Prevent Breakdowns? 13
10. The Capillary System 14
11 Blood as a Nutrient Deliverer 14
11.1 The Blood's Red Cells 15
11.2. Illness and Red Blood Cells 15
12. How Can Original GH3 Therapy Prevent and Reverse Cellular Decay? 16
13. Conclusion 17
Disregarding complications such as accidents, cancer and illness, human life expectancy is estimated to have potential of about 120 years. This figure is derived from observations of such relatively long-lived peoples as are frequently found in mountainous
regions throughout the world.
According to recent theories of human life expectancy on earth depends on two critical factors:
oThe average life expectancy of the individual cell
•Multiplied by the genetically predetermined number of times it can divide
As an example, let us take any cell in the human body. Its average life expectancy is 2 years. If it has a genetically predetermined potential to divide 60 times, then it will live a total of 120 years.
As we shall see, it is presently not possible to manipulate the genetic code so as to increase the number of potential cell divisions. This is likely to remain so for the foreseeable future.
However, the other decisive factor in determining an organism's life expectancy, namely the average life expectancy of the individual cell, can be positively influenced by Original G-H-3 Therapy.
To demonstrate how Original GH3 Therapy increases the life expectancy of the cell, we must first take a look at the theory of aging. Certainly there are many theories, but we will limit ourselves to the truly plausible, scientifically defensible ones.
2. The Cell-Nucleus Theory of Aging
Who among us has the prospect of living to a ripe old age?
Statistically, people whose ancestors lived to ripe old ages have the best chance of living longer themselves. This assumes, of course, that they lead healthy lives. Accordingly, there is one theory that states achieving old age is primarily a hereditary matter. Each body cell's potential number of divisions is genetically predetermined in its nucleus.
This is known as the cell-nucleus theory.
The nucleus contains one molecule of particular interest to this theory of aging. It is called the DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) molecule. A DNA molecule is a two-stranded, ladder-like arrangement whose rungs make up a complicated code system, which determines all of the genetic characteristics of a living organism. Whenever a cell divides, it produces an identical copy of this molecule, assuring that its exact twin can
continue to perform the functions for which it was designed. One of these functions is to further divide. The information in the rungs of the DNA ladder determines how many times it may do so. Remarkably, this DNA rung keeps tract of past and future divisions. The number of divisions may vary from cell type to cell type, but any particular type of cell is able to divide only a limited number of ties, even under laboratory conditions.
Naturally, when the maximum number of times is reached, the cell divides for the very last time. According to the cell-nucleus theory, aging is simply the process of movement toward this last cell division.
We see the aging process at work in the following experiment: if a piece of skin from an older person is grafted onto a younger recipient, this skin transplant continues to age without any preceivable able signs of becoming younger. It does so because the cells it contains continue to tally up the number of times they have already divided regardless of the transplant.
Interestingly, if only a nucleus from a young cell is replaced by one from an old cell, one can prove that it is the nucleus that bears the record of the number of times the cell has divided. The manipulated cell behaves like an old cell. Therefore, at the present state of scientific knowledge, it appears pointless to attempt to develop a rejuvenation or regeneration therapy by attempting to influence the genetic information in the nucleus. This is not likely to change in the near future. Thus, while the nucleus theory of aging appears reasonable, the sheet magnitude of manipulating the genetic information within the molecule makes "rejuvenation" theories along these lines pure speculation.
In the following chapters, we will show how and why Original GH3 Therapy nevertheless has regenerating and reactivating effects on the total organism.
3. The Immunological Theory of Aging
The seemingly incomprehensible laws of the aging process have interested man since the beginning of scientific thinking. Hypotheses and theories have been developed, modified, discarded, generalized, and remodifled. Yet we are still far from truly understanding the aging process in all of its facets. Is aging an illness or a natural process of attrition? Is it simply a gradual fading away? Or is it something else? Let us begin with a closer look at a single cell.
In general, the cell's life is short compared to the life span of the total human body. Statistically a healthy body renews its total cellular inventory approximately every two years. This means that each second of our lives about 2.5 million cells die and are replaced by the same number of new cells.
3.1 How does this work?
According to the Immunological Theory of Aging, it is the human immune system that plays a major role. The immune system has the task of seeing that the overall organism remains functional by destroying hostile cells that invade the body. Ina sense, the immune system is like a border guard whose task is to protect its citizens from illegal immigrants and criminals.
Each cell has a very special surface structure, a kind of fingerprint, which enables the immune system to distinguish between friend and foe. That is, friendly cells have fingerprints that they immune system recognizes, and cells with such fingerprints are not attacked. Foreign invaders, lacking the proper identifying fingerprints, are instantly recognized by the immune system, which then attacks and destroys them. This is an extraordinary meaningful act that protects us from many illnesses and maintains our health over long periods of time.
It seems, however, that the body's immune system also sorts out aging, damaged cells and destroys them. Such cells are treated as foreign. The reason lies in the fact that aging damaged cells undergo constant changes so that their fmgerprints gradually become unrecognizable. Aging cells slowly lose their naturally ordered surface structures as waste matter accumulates.
Cells, which are clogged with waste matter, show altered structural patterns. If accumulated waste matter is not removed, the cell's fingerprint is no longer recognizable. The immune system now identifies such a cell as foreign and destroys it. Neighboring cells notice this new gap in the affected tissue and divide in order to fill it.
This, according to the Immunological Theory of Aging, is how aging cells are recognized and destroyed in the body and replaced by new, younger ones. According to the nucleus theory, however, this process is successful only as long as neighboring cells have not exhausted their genetically determined potential to divide. It is easy to see that taken together the two theories provide a reasonable account of human being's life expectancy, and there are good reasons to believe that these theories are valid. They dynamics behind these processes have yet to be explained. What is certain; however, is that the process of cell renewal in the average human is repeated approximately 5 million times a second.
3.2 What Scientific Support is there for the Immunological Theory of Aging?
A number of observations about human beings and experiments on animals make the Immunological theory of the aging process credible.
It is quite easy to see how the body reacts to some things and each of us has surely noticed them repeatedly on our own bodies. A burn for example, causes a blister. This happens because heat alters the biological building blocks that make up the cells' fingerprints. In more precise terms, it is the proteins whose structure is altered by the burn. This is the same process we see when we fry an egg. First the egg is liquid, then it turns soft, and finally it becomes solid. The egg's protein structure changes as it heats up. Body cells, which are altered by a burn, lose their recognizable fingerprints. The immune system now identifies these damaged cells as foreigners and attacks them. Now it dissolves the cells. During the healing process neighboring cells divide and coat the wound to protect it from outside attack. So-called parabiosis experiments carried out several years ago on guinea pigs provide further support for the Immunological Theory of Aging. In what is known as a parabiosis operation, the arteries of two guinea pigs are connected in such a way that the animals share a common circulatory system. Except in the case of identical twins, the life expectancy of parabiotically connected animals is short. Although they have only one circulatory system, the animals have two different immune systems. Each system identifies cells from the other body as invaders, and the attack and destroy mechanism begins in both animals. The result is that the parabiotic system rapidly collapses. Both experimental animals die as their incompatible immune system destroy each other's cells.
This is the same process that causes the body to reject a skin graft or an organ transplant where donor and receiver have incompatible immune systems.
Another interesting parabiosis experiment involved identical twin guinea pigs and guinea pigs that had been crossbred between brother and sister over forty generations. When the circulatory systems of such animals were joined, the results were significantly different. The animals' cellular fingerprints had become almost totally identical through crossbreeding. Each immune system accepted cells from the foreign animal as friendly and failed to attack. Though they were not totally identical, the immune systems cooperated in a symbolic relationship, living together in relative harmony. The parasymbolic guinea pigs lived considerably longer, reaching almost the life span of independent animals. Interestingly enough, even this symbiotic system eventually collapsed and the two animals died. Again the explanation lies in the immutable immune reaction of two ultimately incompatible systems.
3.3 How is this to be explained?
The Immunological Theory of Aging says neither more not less than that every organism is an individual consisting of billions of cells which live with each other in symbiotic harmony. Sooner or later, when the cells are no longer able to divide and lack the strength to regenerate, aging is inevitable. The distinctions between familiar and foreign cells, or between friend and foe, have faded. The fingerprints of aging cells gradually disappear when cells lose the strength to maintain their surface structures.
According to the Immunological Theory of Aging, the immune system of an aging human destroys again, worn-out cells. Since very few new cells are born, the immune system involuntarily weakens the whole body. At the same time, it is overburdened and becomes exhausted, allowing hostile cells to invade the body easily. These cells then go about their insidious work relatively unharmed. The result is serious infection and illness in the aged. Physicians often refer to this process fatalistically as the "predisposition" of the aged to illness.
3.4 How can we protect ourselves?
We have seen that neither genetic manipulation nor medications are able to influence the predetermined number of times a cell may divide. What we can hope to do, however, is to extend the average life span of our body's cells. That is, we can help our cells maintain their surface structures and their identifiable, protective fingerprints as long as possible.
There is only one way to do this. We must provide each cell with sufficient nourishment and oxygen to optimize the metabolic processed within the cell. In addition, invading poisons must be neutralized and, together with accumulated waste matter, removed from the cell as efficiently as possible. As we will see in a closer look at the cell, tiny particles called mitochondria and the red corpuscles in our blood have very particular roles to play.
3.5 The Blood Vessels
The age-old observation that a person ages as fast as his blood vessels is a widely accepted medical premise. Empirical medical scientists have repeatedly established that the speed with which the blood vessels age determines how fast a person grows old. Poor circulation fails to provide cells with the proper nutrients and oxygen. Where should they receive the strength to maintain their surface structures? Where should they receive the energy they need to regenerate and repair themselves?
How are wastes and poisons to be removed?
Modem science has shown that Original GH3 Therapy has preventive and curative effects in exactly these areas. GH3 Therapy has been shown to improve cardiovascular functions and to dilate and strengthen the arteries. Blood pressure is normalized and cardiac strength is stabilized. This improved circulation can then provide cellular tissue with more oxygen and nutrients. Accumulated waste matter can be removed before it reaches dangerous levels.
The patient's cells are revitalized and are supplied with increased sources of energy. Original GH3 Therapy improves the cells' ability to utilize the nourishment it receives. At the same time, it stimulates the cell's ability to rebuild its internal and surface organizations. As a result, cells maintain their individual structures longer so that their fingerprints remain recognizable. The body's immune system continues to recognize them as friendly. Cellular life spans are increased and the immune system is free to concentrate on the destruction of truly hostile invaders.
When the balance between cell destruction and cell production has been restored and hostile invaders can once again be efficiently destroyed, patients once again feel fit. Actually, they have once again become healthy. It is hardly surprising that experiments repeatedly confirm the positive effects of Original G-H-3 Therapy.
3.6 Experimental Evidence
Animals that have been experimentally treated in accordance with GH3 directives shows 20% increases in life span over untreated ones. Following these experiments several well-known scientists investigated how procaine influences the life span of cells in individual organs. The results were astonishing. In controlled animal experiments it was shown that cells treated with procaine lived longer before they divided than did untreated cells. In fact, treated cells survived an average of 86% longer. Furthermore, treated cells showed higher protein and energy levels, which upheld their functions and structures.
In the following sections, we will take an even closer look inside the human cell. Here we will investigate tissue cells, blood cells and their power plants, the mitochondria. The harmonious cooperation we will see here is the decisive factor in the life span of all cells and hence for the overall life span of human beings.
4. When does Aging Begin?
At every stage of his life, a human is involved in a process of constant physical, psychological and emotional change. These changes are brought about by heredity as well as environmental factors.
Towards the beginning of early twenties, a human reaches the zenith of bodily development. At this time, the accent shifts from growth to maintenance. In a human's mid-twenties degeneration processes begin. Recent studies of American soldiers who had fallen in the Korean and Vietnam conflicts have confirmed that this is the case. Autopsies on these young men revealed visible atherosclerotic changes had taken place in their cardiovascular systems. Wear and tear was observable in their vertebrae; and changes were already taken place in the brain.
The immediate causes of these age-related changes were largely unknown. Apparently however, hereditary factors, environmental poisons and overburdened immune systems had very specific roles in these processes. An even more important role is attributable to increased damage to the total organism through cells that are no longer able to regenerate.
This certainly accounts for the unsurprising fact that there are so many conflicting theories about the aging process. To date none have been definitively proved. Nor is any one theory alone ever likely to provide a satisfactory explanation of everything in the aging process.
Yet, all scientifically defensible theories, regardless of where they come from, have one thing in common: they begin with the cell, for is here that we find the beginning and end of all life on this earth.
5. The Human Cell
The human body contains billions of cells. The actual count is estimated at about 6 x 1013 , that is, 60,000 billion, or roughly 10,000 times as many cells in a single human body as there are people on earth. All of these cells are so tiny that they are only visible under powerful microscopes.
A cell is the smallest independently functioning unit of the human body. It is also the smallest reproductive unit in all forms of life. Everything that involves life on earth is inseparable from the cell.
There are many different types and forms of cells. In principles, however, they are all organized along the same lines.
Just as the human body has a complicated but ordered structure, with organs that differ according to their functions, each cell has an internal structure in which so-called organdies are assigned different functions.
To begin with, all cells are enclosed in a membrane that acts like a protective skin. Each cell contains a nucleus, the central unit where its memory is stored. Inside the cell, in its cytoplasm, there are a number of tiny particles; each highly specialized to perform a specific, unique function. Each of these particles is enclosed in a membrane, which separates it from the surrounding cytoplasm. A human cell contains up to 2,000 microscopically small mitochondria, each measuring less than a thousandth of a millimeter. In spite of their size, these mitochondria are the cell's power plants, for mitochondria are the particles that deliver the energy needed for all vital processes. The nucleus, as we have seen, contains all of the genetic information needed to determine the heredity characteristics of a living organism. How many times a cell may divide is one bit of information that is passed on to its twin. To transfer this information during its regenerative process, the cell needs energy. All of the nutrients it needs to produce this energy are supplied to it through the blood stream. Constructive reactions then takes place within the cell: new cellular and plasma substances are produced which can be used to repair damaged and worn-out cells.
All of these productive and regenerative processed, at constant work in a cell to maintain its structural pattern, constantly absorb huge amounts of energy. In the following sections we will show how the body's cells receive these constant supplies of energy.
6. Intermediary Cellular Metabolism
Life--and with it the survival of our body—depends on the constant exchange and use of energy. Every organ in our body uses energy to keep our body's structure intact.
• Pumping blood through the heart
• Processing liquids through the kidneys
• Maintaining body temperature
• Neutralizing body poisons
• Transporting materials throughout the body
• Fighting disease
• Repairing and rebuilding cells
All of the energy the body needs for these tasks must come from burning the nourishment it is fed. Nutrients are dissolved and digested. Together with oxygen they are then fed to each cell through the blood veins. It is here that the so-called intermediary stage of cellular metabolism takes place.
This intermediary metabolism consists of two very important parts: constructive and destructive processes, known scientifically as anabolic and catabolic metabolism.
The destructive, or catabolic, process enables a cell to burn foreign animal and vegetable nutrients. This destructive process is always accompanied by the release of the chemical energy packed into the nourishment the cell receives. Part of this energy is released as body heat: another part is stored in the form of ATP (Adenosine Tri-Phosphate, a particularly essential source of energy).
Destructive processes take place mainly in the cell's mitochondria. These are tiny particles within the cell that deliver energy through the catabolic process.
There is, or should be, a delicate balance between these two processes. The anabolic (constructive) process which takes place largely in the cell's cytoplasm, affects all of the material that the cell needs for its survival, maintenance and renewal. These constructive processes are mainly responsible for keeping the cell's fingerprint's legible, thus assuring that it can live out its normal life span. Again, all constructive processes have one feature in common: they all require huge amounts of energy.
The energy the cell requires can be supplies by the destructive (catabolic) processes taking place in its mitochondria. Thus constructive and destructive processes work hand in hand in all our cells, but they are separated physically from each other. This is quite meaningful since only foreign nutrients should be burned to supply energy. It would be absurd if the body burned its valuable friendly nutrients only to rebuild them and repeat this cycle.
This is the reason why most of our nutrition is burned in our mitochondria. The chemical energy the mitochondria release is stored in the form of ATP and transmitted to the cytoplasm. Here this biological energy, together with a small portion of nutrients, is subsequently utilized during the maintenance of the body's building blocks.
How much of the cell's energy becomes available for life-giving processes depends entirely on the effectiveness of the mitochondria. Only if the blood transports enough oxygen and nutrients to each and every cell, and if the mitochondria function efficiently as cellular power plants, only then is the cell supplied with sufficient nutrient energy. Only then can the cell remove the wastes from metabolic processes. And only then can it perform the constructive repair work needed to counteract wear and tear and maintain the cell's fingerprint.
7. The Mitochondria: The Cell's Power Plants
Every second the body of a healthy adult destroys approximately 2.5 million old cells. Simultaneously the same number of cells is formed. This means that about 5 million cells are affected within a single second.
Mitochondria are tiny particles located within the body cells. They are rightly called the cell's power plants. Even when the human body rests at sleep, it must continue to breathe. The heart beats on and the body maintains a constant temperature. Mitochondria deliver the energy needed for this. The importance of mitochondria for the smooth progression of vital processes can be seen in the fact that they occupy up to half of the space in a normal heart cell.
Enormous quantities of energy in the form of ATP are thus needed night and day. The mitochondria in a healthy human body daily produce about 75 kilos of ATP daily. This is a pure biological energy, which is immediately released into the cytoplasm and almost immediately burned. This is an almost unbelievable achievement for such tiny mitochondria.
As we know, energy-supplying destructive processes can occur with energy-consuming constructive processes only if they are physically separated from each other. So-called biomembranes enclose the mitochondria, carefully protecting them from the cytoplasm surrounding them.
Biomembranes are easily permeated by water and oxygen. All other matter permeates the biomembrane either with great difficulty or not at all. Nevertheless, the exchange of matter between the mitochondria and the cytoplasm must take place on a regulated and meaningful basis. For this reason all biomembranes have gate-like filters which can be opened or closed to permit the passage of certain matter.
The raw materials processed by the mitochondria pass through these filters. The finished products, chiefly ATP, but metabolic waste as well, are then ejected through these filters. These different biomembrane filters are known as protein carriers and protein shuttles. They have been very carefully researched and it is known that they regulate the exchange of matter and energy much like policeman regulates the flow of traffic on a busy intersection.
Hence in each and every on the billions of cells in the human body there is a constant regulated exchange of matter and energy between each and every mitochondrion and the cytoplasm in which it lives. The energy is a crucial part of this exchange.
8. The ATP-ADP Energy Cycle
The most important job of the mitochondria is to supply biological energy in the form of ATP. Each body cell utilizes this energy almost immediately, transforming it into ADP (Adenosine Diphosphoric Acid) and anorganic phosphate. This matter must be reabsorbed by a mitochondrion so that it can be regenerated into ATP. This results in the following energy cycle. The cell supplies its mitochondria with animal and vegetable nutrients, bearers of chemical energy in bound forms. The mitochondrion burns these nutrients by oxidizing them and stores the energy released in the biological form of ATP. However, ATP is constantly shuttled into the cytoplasm through the gateways in the mitochondrion's biomembrane. The cell requires vast amounts of energy for is construction, repair and waste removal functions. The energy it needs is the ATP supplied by its mitochondria.
Now, wherever it is needed, the ATP in the cytoplasm is broken down into ADP and anorganic phosphate, neither of which is particularly useful for the cell. For the mitochondrion, however, ADP and anorganic phosphate are precisely the raw materials it needs for the speedy production of energy-rich ATP. This ATP is thus a key part of a continuous energy cycle.
ATP is manufactured in the mitochondrion and then filtered into the cytoplasm. Then is broken down into ADP and anorganic phosphate. ADP is then returned to the mitochondrion, where this regenerative process is repeated.
8.1 Does this Always Work?
This cycle continues only so long as the mitochondria are supplied with sufficient nutrients and oxygen. These are the most important things they need for their jobs. In addition, however, mitochondria need minerals and vitamins, which are of particular significance for the biomembranes and their filters.
Poor blood circulation, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, and environmental poisons lead to disruptions of this cycle. Poisons easily damage the biomembranes. Metabolic wastes accumulating in the mitochondria easily block their filters.
The result is that the cell is insufficiently energized. Deficiencies in ATP disable the cell from carrying out its repair work and regeneration. Metabolic wastes can no longer be efficiently removed and accumulate in dangerous amounts. The cell soon weakens under the overload and is finally destroyed by the immune system when its fingerprint becomes illegible.
Unfortunately, this disruptive process is not confirmed to individual cells. Poor circulation affects large areas of tissue: the skin, bodily organs, the total body itself, and all of the cells in these areas are equally endangered. The result is the degeneration not only of a few isolated cells but also of tissue and vital organs. The breakdowns are what we know as illness and infirmity.
9. Reactivation through Energizing
A decrease in the cell's ATP levels means that its mitochondria product less and less energy and the cell becomes overburdened with wastes. Repair and regeneration can no longer take place. This leads inevitably to chronic degeneration and breakdown of the total cellular system and with it of the whole human body.
9.1 What Can We Do to Prevent Breakdowns?
Obviously, the first thing to do is to reactivate the mitochondria and their energizing processes. This is where Original GH3 Therapy comes in. Scientific research has repeatedly confirmed that the GH3 treatment method stimulates mitochondria functions in manifold ways. Procaine, an essential factor in Original GH3 Therapy, has been shown to dilate contracted blood vessels and hence to improve blood circulation and the supply of oxygen to the body's cells. This, of course, means that the mitochondria can once again receive and exploit the nutrients they need to carry out their jobs. This restimulates ATP production so that the energy cycle can resume.
Procaine affects more than just ATP production. It reinforces biomembranes and their filters. Procaine thus regulates the flow of ATP in those sections of the cell where it is needed. Cells are once again few with energy-producing nutrients.
Again, it is not just the isolated cell that is important here. Rather, the focus is on the tissue and organs, which are revitalized by procaine in combination with Original GH3 Therapy. Since wear and tear on cells is counteracted, the tissue and organs the cells make up that the ultimate benefactors of the cell's renewed repair and reconstruction work.
It is true that Original GH3 Therapy is directed first and foremost toward energizing the individual cell, but as we have seen, the cell is one tiny part of a complex organism. Increasing the cell's efficiency is the first step in increasing overall efficiency. For this reason repairing and maintaining the cell ultimately means rebuilding and revitalizing the whole body. A person who has undergone Original GH3 Therapy is re-energized through biochemically and physiologically reactivated and regenerated cells.
10. The Capillary System
The heart is the pump which forces blood through the body's enormously complex cardiovascular system. This is a system of tubes with an end-to-end length of approximately two and half times the circumference of the earth at the equator. This works out to a total length of 62,000 miles. In each individual human body!
We have seen how improved blood circulation affects processes in the cell and lead to improved physical and mental states. We have yet to see how Original G-H-3 Therapy affects the red corpuscles in the blood.
The arteries that lead from the heard are relatively large tubes. As they branch off, they become thinner and thinner. The thinnest tubes in the vascular system are known as capillaries. It is through them that the blood delivers its nutrients to the individual cell.
11. Blood as a Nutrient Deliverer
Blood, as everybody knows, is a bodily plasma in which red and white blood cells, or corpuscles, are suspended. It is the most vital liquid in our bodies and is pumped by the heart under considerable pressure in a continuous cycle throughout the body. The blood in our bodies has a deliveryman function. As it passes through the digestive tract it collects nutrients. As it passes through the lungs, it collects oxygen. As it continues its circular flow, it delivers the nutrients and oxygen it has collected to every single cell in the body. At the same time it collects and carries off metabolic wastes and poisons before they can reach dangerous concentrations.
If it were not for the blood's transportation and waste disposal services, none of our cells could survive for very long.
11.1 The Blood's Red Cells
Red blood cells are particularly important in this delivery service. They alone are able to bind oxygen and to carry it throughout the blood stream.
Astonishingly enough, a major part of the capillary system has a circumference that is smaller than that of a single red corpuscle.
How can a red blood cell manage to pass through such a tiny tube?
Like all cells, red blood cells are enclosed in a biomembrane. In a young, healthy body these membranes are not stiff but elastic. It is this elasticity that enables red blood cells to adapt to the circumference of a tiny capillary. They can thus continue their journey by simply sizing themselves down to a capillary circumference.
The precondition for the cell's adaptability is an intact, elastic, properly functioning biomembrane. This is what adapts to the tubes in which it travels. The component of the biomembrane, which is most essential to its adaptability, is the so-called phospholipid. This is a fatty molecular compound, which makes up a cell's membrane. It has been demonstrated scientifically that the cell's elasticity is directly dependent on the quality of its phospholipids.
Further research has shown that phospholipids counts in red blood cells are considerable lower in older humans than in younger, healthier ones. It is not clear why this is so, but the tact has been backed up by painstaking scientific research. The lower phospholipid count in older human cells explains their lack of flexibility.
The consequences for affected humans are often fatal.
11.2 Illness and Red Blood Cells
Red blood cells often become lodged in the cardiovascular system's capillaries. This can result in an avalanche of catastrophic consequences. For one thing, a clogged vascular system can no longer supply the body's organs with sufficient nutrients and oxygen. The cells in these organs rapidly weaken and malfunction. They weaken from a lack of nutrients and oxygen, and they become overburdened by accumulations of wastes that the blood can no longer carry off. However, it is not only the individual capillary that is endangered but also the whole cardiovascular system itself. For if the process continues it will spread throughout the blood stream to areas that are as yet unclogged. If this process takes places in the coronary arteries the result of large blood clots is a stroke or even coronary thrombosis.
Furthermore, blood that can no longer flow unhindered is redirected. Unclogged arteries become overburdened with great quantities of blood than they were designed to transport: the normal quantities plus the backup from clogged arteries.
Another catastrophe threatens. Pressure in overburdened arteries mounts, leading to high blood pressure and possibly to ruptured blood vessels. If this happens in the coronary or cerebral areas, a stroke cripples the body and brain.
12. How Can Original GH3 Therapy Prevent and Reverse Cellular Decay
Since 1984 pharmaceutical research has been able to explain how Original GH3 Therapy affects red blood cells.
Shortly after it is injected into the body, procaine is broken down into individual components, each of which is extremely effective from a medical point of view.
One cleavage product of particular importance for red blood cells is activated ethanolamine. Also known as colamine, this is an essential component in the makeup of the phospholipids that determine the elasticity and malleability of red blood cells.
In 1984 scientific experiments showed conclusively that procaine makes aging, inflexible red blood cells as elastic as those of young people.
One whole branch of modern medical science, hematology, is devoted worldwide to the study of the nature and functions of blood. Hematologists study how blood flows, and in particular, how red blood cells behave in the blood stream. In attempts to make blood flow more smoothly, they have experimented with diets and medications, hoping to increase the elasticity of red blood cells' biomembranes.
Over 20 years ago patients showed improved blood circulation. Scientists have observed that they Original G-H-3 Therapy supplies the whole body with greater amounts of nutrients and oxygen. They labeled this an eutrophic effect, that is, one that harmonizes bodily functions.
The core of the Original GH3 Therapy lies in injections of individually prescribed doses of vitamin-enriched procaine. This is reinforced by further valuable nature-based therapeutic procedures.
Worldwide studies and scientific experiments are underway to investigate the effectiveness of Original G-H-3 Therapy. In recent years advanced laboratory analysis techniques have led to improved insights into vital processes. It is thus no surprise that recent scientific experiments have not only confirmed how effective Original GH3 Therapy is, but have also led to step-by-step discoveries of how this therapy works.
•In 1983 it was shown that body cells that had been treated with procaine contained greater amounts of energy and produced larger quantities of body nutrients.
•In 1984 circulatory improvements of aging red blood cells after procaine treatment were established and confirmed.
•In 1989 the energizing effects of procaine on the cell's power plants, the
mitochondria, were proven in biochemical laboratory experiments.
•The improvement and maintenance of health and quality of life.
It would seem that all forms of life on this earth are bound to an immutable process of natural change. This, in turn, would seem to be inextricable linked to a process of wear and tear and decay. Only as long as buildup and breakdown processes are balances can a living cell maintain its existence.
The decisive condition is proper blood circulation, which enables each and every body cell to optimize the nutrients it receives.
This is where Original GH3 Therapy begins. This treatment furthers the supply of nutrients to the cell and simultaneously stimulates the production of the body's building blocks. In doing so, Original GH3 Therapy has preventive and healing effects on the whole body.
A person whose resistance to natural wear and tear has been increased and strengthened is a more vigorous, more active person. Their overall vitality is optimized through Original GH3 Therapy.