MCM

Frequently Asked Questions

Does BoB Therapy prolong life?

No, the lifetime is determined by so-called “biological clock”. The actual lifetime is shortened according to the “biologically determined” lifetime, depending on the style of life and individual diseases. BoB therapy significantly reduces the incidence of age-related diseases and thus increases the chance that the life expectancy is approaching those defined biologically with our “biological clock”.

Which diseases are preventable by Best of Blood?

Best of Blood significantly and long-term strengthens the immune system and regenerative ability of the body. This indirectly reduces the possibility of any illness, but in the case of onset the disease, the course is mild and the possibility of recovery is significantly greater.

Is it a problem if I’m already sick?

Not at all! Health Passport can offer additional insights about the nature and the course of existing illness. This increases the chances for successful treatment.

If I find out that I am sick, what can I do?

Health Passport provides a holistic approach and support in the planning and carrying out treatment.

In which lifetime can I undergo the Health Passport check?

At all times. HP means a comprehensive medical and laboratory examination and is suitable throughout the lifespan.

Is stored cord blood suitable for Bob therapy?

Of course.

What is the most appropriate age for performing the therapy?

Between the ages of 25 and 65.

How often do you refuse clients?

Very rarely, statistically about 4 percent.

Are all people suitable for Best of Blood therapy?

After initial testing, there is the possibility of rejecting a client due to a possible gene damage.

Does Best of Blood Therapy prolong life?

No, the lifetime is determined by so-called “biological clock”. The actual lifetime is shortened according to the “biologically determined” lifetime, depending on the style of life and individual diseases. BoB therapy significantly reduces the incidence of age-related diseases and thus increases the chance that the life expectancy is approaching those defined biologically with our “biological clock”.