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The 30-Day Money Back Guarantee is offered to all first-time customers. You have 30 days from the day the product is shipped to try it, and if you don't see any results, you can request a refund. We will process your refund, less a $8.99 processing and handling fee. This guarantee only applies to the first bottle of product and applies only to customers in the United States and Canada.
The auto-ship feature is a convenient way for you to receive Stem-Kine without the hassle of having to place repeat orders. Simply choose how many bottles you want, provide a credit card number, and we will send it right to your door. The auto-ship program ships your standing order on/about the same day each month without the customer having to constantly remember to reorder. Your credit card will be automatically charged for the total price of the product each month.
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We will accept returns on product that is UNOPENED. Please call or email the office at 800-529-0269 or firstname.lastname@example.org before attempting to return a product. The return must be within 6 months of the purchase date. Acceptable returns will result in a full refund, minus shipping costs and a 10% restocking fee. We do not accept returns on product from international customers.
All orders will be shipped within 1 business day. Orders placed before 12:00 MST are typically shipped same business day. We do not provide guaranteed shipping times, only an average of 3-5 business days for domestic orders and international orders vary greatly. Because of these average times, we must allow a grace period of one and a half months for international orders. If you have been waiting longer than that, send us an email. If express shipping options have been chosen, you will receive your order quicker, but it is not guaranteed as we cannot control unforeseen delays in service from our shipping carriers.
Free Shipping Disclaimer
Orders that have qualified for free shipping will be shipped through USPS First Class Mail. Orders within the United States will come with a tracking number so you can monitor your shipment. We cannot control the transit time, but it is typically within 5 business days for most domestic orders. International orders cannot be tracked and we do not accept responsibility for any lost, stolen, or damaged items shipped this way. If you wish to be able to track your international order, please select a priority shipping method.
International Shipping Disclaimer
International customers must pay applicable sales tax, duties and customs charges which are determined by your local government and vary by country. Duties, taxes and/or customs fees will be an additional amount collected upon delivery of your order. We are unable to provide you with the exact amount of the charges. Please contact your local government for specific details. By completing your order you agree to pay all applicable fees. If you refuse or return your order no international shipping charges or fees paid to local government will be refunded.
International orders are shipped by USPS - The United States Postal Service. Delivery time varies depending on the method of shipping chosen, but Priority shipping is usually 7-14 days depending on your local government and customs office. If you don't receive your package within several weeks, check with your local post office and local customs office as they could be holding your package for payment of duties. For international orders shipped by First Class International, we cannot guarantee any shipping estimates as the delivery time varies greatly.
Clinical Trials on Stem-Kine
1. Circulating endothelial progenitor cells: a new approach to anti-aging medicine?
Journal of Translational Medicine 2009, 7:106. Mikirova NA, Jackson JA, Hunninghake R, Kenyon J, Chan KWH, Swindlehurst CA, Minev B, Patel A, Murphy MP, Smith L, Alexandrescu DT, Ichim TE, Riordan NH.
ABSTRACT: Endothelial dysfunction is associated with major causes of morbidity and mortality, as well as numerous age-related conditions. The possibility of preserving or even rejuvenating endothelial function offers a potent means of preventing/treating some of the most fearful aspects of aging such as loss of mental, cardiovascular, and sexual function. Endothelial precursor cells (EPC) provide a continual source of replenishment for damaged or senescent blood vessels. In this review we discuss the biological relevance of circulating EPC in a variety of pathologies in order to build the case that these cells act as an endogenous mechanism of regeneration. Factors controlling EPC mobilization, migration, and function, as well as therapeutic interventions based on mobilization of EPC will be reviewed. We conclude by discussing several clinically-relevant approaches to EPC mobilization and provide preliminary data on a food supplement, Stem-Kine, which enhanced EPC mobilization in human subjects...
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2. Nutraceutical augmentation of circulating endothelial progenitor cells and hematopoietic stem cells in human subjects
Journal of Translational Medicine 2010, Apr 8;8:34. Mikirova NA, Jackson JA, Hunninghake R, Kenyon J, Chan KW, Swindlehurst CA, Minev B, Patel AN, Murphy MP, Smith L, Ramos F, Ichim TE, Riordan NH.
ABSTRACT: The medical significance of circulating endothelial or hematopoietic progenitors is becoming increasing recognized. While therapeutic augmentation of circulating progenitor cells using G-CSF has resulted in promising preclinical and early clinical data for several degenerative conditions, this approach is limited by cost and inability to perform chronic administration. Stem-Kine is a food supplement that was previously reported to augment circulating EPC in a pilot study. Here we report a trial in 18 healthy volunteers administered Stem-Kine twice daily for a 2 week period. Significant increases in circulating CD133 and CD34 cells were observed at days 1, 2, 7, and 14 subsequent to initiation of administration, which correlated with increased hematopoietic progenitors as detected by the HALO assay...
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