Paracelsus, a 16th-century physician once wrote, ‘Heart heals the heart, lung heals lung, spleen heals spleen; like cures like.” Paracelsus, together with many other physicians of his times believed that using the living tissue to rebuild and revitalise ailing or aging tissue, was the best way to treat illnesses.
Heart heals the heart, lung heals lung, spleen heals spleen; like cures like. – Paracelsus
However, this very original method of treating illnesses was gradually lost due to the modern orthodox medicine. Using Chemicals to interrupt or override the living and healing processes works only until they are broken down by the body’s metabolic process, while cell therapy has a long residual effect because it stimulates the body’s own healing and vitalising power.
Going back to the quote by Paracelsus, we can summarise cell therapy as the process of introducing foreign cells into the human body, in order to stimulate the growing, renewing and replenishing of cells in your body, in order to encourage and stimulate your body’s own healing and revitalising capability.
You may be interested in the different modern methods of Cell Therapy.