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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q : When should a person consider Cellular Therapy?
A : Those experiencing physical exhaustion, or exhibiting symptoms of premature aging, degenerative diseases and a general loss of vitality should give Norefal Cell Therapy serious consideration.
Q : Can Norefal Cell Therapy promote better cardiovascular health?
A : Norefal Cell Therapy has a positive effect on arteriosclerosis. It is also beneficial for other disorder such as menopause
syndrome, respiratorial and chronic indigestion.
Q : Will Norefal Cell Therapy make you feel better?
A : You will experience a remarkable improvement in your health, energy levels and mental alertness. Skin will be more
fine, supple and less wrinkled. There will be other wonderful bio-chemical changes in your body as well.
Q : What is the best age to start taking Norefal Cell Therapy?
A : There is no specific age group. Young people can take it to prevent premature aging, while the older people can
take it to improve their health and vitality.
Q : Is there any side effects with Cell Therapy?
A : Cell Therapy has been practiced in anti-aging clinics in Switzerland for over 70 years, without a single reported
case of any kind.
Q : Who has used Cell Therapy?
A : Many celebrities such as Gloria Swanson, Somerset Maughan, Presidents, Dwight & Mamie Eisenhower, Winston Churchill, Charles de Gaulle, royal family, movie stars from USA, Hong Kong & Taiwan and even the Pope Pius XII were one of the 8 million people around the world who has used Cell Therapy safely.
Q : When can I see visible result after the therapy?
A : Depending on the affliction, the effects of Cell Therapy are usually apparent 3 to 6 weeks after treatment, in some
cases later. Each individual will respond differently.
Q : Is the therapy effect long- lasting?
A : Yes. Depending on your lifestyle, the effect can usually last for 2 to 3 years.



  1. Drugs required for vital functions must be continued. It may be possible to reduce the dose of drug at a later stage but on gradual basis.
  2. It is important for patients to understand that cortisone or certain psychotropic drugs are not recommended to be discontinued suddenly.
  3. It is possible that highly sensitive patients might have mild reactions such as headache, raised temperature or itching while undergoing therapy. However, this reaction is normal. Nevertheless, anti-histamine may be recommended for patients with itching symptoms.