Chronic Foot Infection Day 0 Vs. Day 10
How is it so powerful?
The doctors and scientists behind Vitastem have spent decades treating some of the most severe varieties of infections. VitaStem’s amazing results may best be displayed in the restoration of life that takes place as a result of helping patients avoid amputations, healing debilitating wound infections, and restoring mobility to many patients across the world.
Even when treating the most severe infections, VitaStem is able to:
- Prevent infection
- Restore & Improve Blood Flow to Damaged Cells
- Reduce Inflammation
- Support Tissue Growth
- Cleanse and Kill Bacteria in the Affected Areas
While most infections are not quite so traumatic, Vitastem guarantees that you’ll never need another general first aid ointment for cuts and wounds and infections, large or small ever again! Whether a slice of the finger peeling a potato, a backyard improvement casualty, or a diabetic wound… Vitastem delivers the same results and relief!
All known antibiotics (other than Vitastem) primarily use what’s called a chemical “mechanism of kill” ONLY whereby the antibiotic attempts to kill the bacteria slowly by applying (if topical), or absorbing (if oral) more and more of the medicine over a period of time as it is taken as prescribed. While this can be somewhat effective, it takes much longer. Unfortunately, this also allows for bacteria to do what bacteria does… evolve and develop resistance to the medicine.
That’s where Vitastem is different…
Vitastem uses both a chemical and a PHYSICAL mechanism to kill and fight pathogens. The physical mechanism of kill is a key feature of Vitastem’s strength.
Vitastem’s patent-pending, specialized combination of ingredients has hacked the delivery formula that enables the active ingredient, 3% tetracycline, to be transported at 10x the strength and depth of other products in the marketplace today.
In addition to treating the condition, Vitastem also infuses skin cells damaged by the infection with Vitamin D3 and Vitamin C.
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