Stem Cell Therapy

We know that addiction is a brain disease, plain and simple, due to the fact that addiction triggers an imbalance in the dopamine levels of the brain, damages blood vessels and neurotransmitters in the brain, as well as damage done to other vital organs such as kidney, liver, lungs and heart. 

All this damage is what makes it almost impossible for people to kick opioid and drug use. This addiction process makes it hard to treat because the brain itself needs some kind of rewiring. 

The brain’s chemistry has changed, which means that treatment must be performed on cellular level. Finally, after decades of stem cell research, this can be successfully achieved – with stem cell therapy.   

Stem cell therapy has been proven to restore balance to dopamine and serotonin levels in the brain, and even repair and sometimes reverse, the damage done to the brain, as well as the damage done to other vital organs and overall health. 

That is why the basis of our Power of 90 Days Addiction Recovery Program combines stem cell therapy with several unique protocols, to create a proprietary program that is designed to be more effective than most rehabilitation programs.


We start by using stem-cells derived from the umbilical cords of live, healthy-born babies.  Then we add a natural supplement regiment, nutrition, exercise and a life coach. Envision stem cell therapy meets Tony Robbins meets natural healing! Mind – Body – Spirit!          


We administer the stem intranasally (through the nose). This application process is critical to the effectiveness of the stem cells because intranasal delivery bypasses the blood-brain barrier, a barrier that limits the ability of other therapeutic approaches to successfully impact the brain. 

While we truly believe that stem cell therapy is critical to the recovery process of addiction, we also know that not everyone can afford it.  So we spent hundreds of hours researching alternatives that, over time, may be just as effective.  The difference is how quickly live stem cells can aid in the addiction recovery process.

To learn more about alternatives to stem cell therapy, CLICK HERE