Recently the Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe (MCAZ) went on record to state the obvious-Superlife Total Care (STC30) is illegal. Those who sell it are not only breaking the law, but they are also lying to you and scamming you of your hard-earned money. That is because STC30 is a scam, while stem cell therapy is real, STC30 has nothing to do with stem cell therapy. It is a hoax. It is a lie.

Superlife Total Care (STC30) and many similar products with their numerous medicinal and health claims make them registrable products. However. STC30 is currently not registered and not approved for sale in Zimbabwe. As the Authority we have noted the continued advertising and marketing of STC30 products especially on social media.

We urge members of the public to desist from buying such products which have not gone through any clinical trials and therefore their safety and efficacy has not been proven. Members of the public are encouraged to buy medicines from registered premises and person. These lists can be found on the online register found on our website htms://onlineservices.mcaz.co.zw/onlineregisterformPersonsRegister.aspx.

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The continued marketing and advertising of such unregistered “medicinal” products is not only an act of criminality but also puts the lives of the citizens at risk. As the Authority responsible for protecting public and animal health, MCAZ enforces adherence to standards by manufacturers and distributors and will exercise its statutory mandate against these perpetrators of these criminal acts.

MCAZ on STC30

That STC30 is not registered with the MCAZ is not even surprising. That is because it is not a bona fide herb or medical substance. Stem cell is a complex medical science that is not even closely related to what STC30 claims to offer. More often than not it is just an internet substance that provides no benefits whatsoever. At worst it is a toxic substance that can actually cause damage to your body. It is no different from full body test kits that are often hurled around by people claiming they can test heart disease and other issues using a single gadget.