Recent studies show that amniotic fluid contains a considerable quantity of stem cells. Some researchers have found that amniotic fluid is also a plentiful source of non-embryonic stem cells. These cells have demonstrated the ability to differentiate into a number of different cell types, including brain, liver and bone. It is possible to conserve the stem cells extracted from amniotic fluid in private stem cells banks. Some private companies offer this service for a fee. The amniotic fluid is created by the amniotic sac, the placenta and the baby. The chorion undergoes rapid proliferation and forms numerous processes, the chorionic villi, which invade and destroy the uterine decidua and at the same time absorb from it nutritive materials for the growth of the embryo. It is not uncommon for mothers to drink the amniotic fluids post birth to gain excess nutrients, pain relief, oxytocin and to quench her thirst. It is a part of the natural process of cleaning up the birth space. Part of our placenta encapsulation process includes the dehydration of the amniotic sac raw to be included inside of the capsules. The amniotic sac is fragile as are its nutritive components, so steaming the sac is not done. Including the amniotic sac will increases your yield of capsules, and there are abounding benefits!