Miracle Tea Helps Stroke Victim Speak

December 3, 2008

Germany (Chattabox) – A ‘teabag’ filled with stem cells is being regarded as a miracle cure after helping a stroke victim regain his ability to speak, as well as the ability to move his right arm. Just a week after the experimental treatment, Walter Bast spoke to reporters, stating that he “felt like a lucky guy”, and it isn’t surprising why. Loss of functions following a stroke are often permanent or deadly, and to see that damage reversed is a huge leap of progress, and will likely change the way we look at, and treat, stroke victims.

The concept behind the treatment is simple: take out a small part of the skull, tie off any blood vessels, and siphon off the blood, insert a ‘teabag’ filled with tiny beads that contain thousands each of stem cells, and after a few weeks remove it.

Further trials are set to be conducted, and if it continues to prove effective it could potentially save the lives of millions a year, as well as improve the quality of life of survivors of hemorrhagic stroke. If approved, it could be seen as a regular treatment in as little as 5 years.

It is certainly a argument for the use of stem cells in medicine, as it becomes one of many successes of experimentation being conducted with in cell rejuvenation.


One Response to “Miracle Tea Helps Stroke Victim Speak”

  1. Connie Githinji on December 4th, 2008 11:13 am

    Great news about the ADULT stem cell treatment used for stroke. I’m looking forward to the day when ADULT stem cell treaments will be available to my daughter who suffered a stroke.

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