What Type Of Results Are Special Needs Kids Consistently Seeing With The Placenta Preservation Method OF Using Stem Cells?

meet Dax
extrapyramidal athetosis, dystonia, spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy (GMFCS level V)

        Dax’s diagnosis has meant a lot for us; one thing it caused was a constant danger of Dax suffocating to death. We kept video surveillance at night did constant daily treatments. When we decided to use placental stem cells, there was the gross factor to get past, and we were skeptical. But we decided to do it. Dax took raw placenta through his G-tube Wednesday-Friday and woke up Saturday morning with no choking—not one cough or gag at all. After getting him up for the day we realized he was so clear that he didn’t need his percussion vest. This was the first morning he didn’t need his daily treatment in nine consecutive months. He also didn’t need his nebulizer or suction. We couldn’t believe it!

It has been almost four months since placental stem cells and he has only needed two percussion therapies and three nebulizer treatments that whole time.

       We didn’t tell his therapists at first; we wanted genuine reactions to confirm his progress. Dax’s PT and OT at the hospital said he had better trunk control and his muscles are more relaxed. PT, OT, and speech therapist at his school all independently asked what caused his improvements. His daily help nurse said: “it’s nothing short of a miracle.”

          The impact it’s made in our family is less fear.  Dax’s siblings feared his life-threatening choking episodes. Now we all feel more relaxed.  My husband and I can sleep most nights without running multiple times to his room to literally save his life.  Dax is happier and able to play with his siblings with his better motor control. There are more smiles from everyone!

Meet Penny
Rett Syndrome

Penny was 3 when the doctor diagnosed her with a genetic mutation we had never heard of. “Rett Syndrome.” The following two weeks I did nothing but research and found out why the Doctor had been so sorry for us. I was terrified. Then I found placentapreservation.com and since I was already pregnant he said: “well I guess we’re trying the placenta thing huh?” Thank god we did! Since then she’s regained skills she lost and has even learned new ones “she would never do,” like turning the door knob to get out of her room every morning.

Her long-term neurologist had to do a double take after the placental stem cells—the doctor actually left the room to get the patient chart because she could not believe she was looking at the same little girl. Penny was alert and interacting instead of slumped over from fatigue and low motor ability. “What did you do with this child!?” the neurologist had to know. I was hesitant to tell her, “oh, you know we’ve been doing a lot of horse-back riding therapy” I began… “No”—the doctor interrupted while excitedly testing her reflexes and motor skills “this is not horse-back riding therapy. All my patients do horse-back riding therapy.” I told her about the placenta, and now the neurologist is tracking her progress along with us.

Since her placenta therapy I have renewed hope in her future and know she will do everything I want for her, she just has to take a different route to get there.

Could Placental Stem Cells Hold The Medical Breakthrough Your Child So Desperately Needs?

Using Placental Stem Cells as regenerative medicine for special needs kids isn’t new.


Life-changing medical breakthrough in hopeless conditions–that’s not new either.


A price tag that’s not $25,000-$75,000 dollars? Now that’s something new.


 What’s Truly Valuable About The Placenta Are The Stem Cells

Over the last two decades, the placental encapsulation community has made exceptional progress toward educating families about utilizing the placenta as a postpartum support. However most placentas born today are not used for maternal consumption. They are used for regenerative medicine.

Over 90% of placentas in America are sold to corporations that make medicinal products from the stem cells or else they’re donated to tissue banks like ‘Be The Match’. These companies don’t want placentas because of the iron, vitamins, or minerals—these are properties that can be found bottled at any corner pharmacy. What’s truly valuable in the placenta are the growth factors and stem cells.


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Stem cells can create significant changes in the body, even if there isn’t a clear diagnosis. This is really good news particularly for vaccine injured kids when it’s not clear what damage has been done. Medical teams that work with regenerative medicine need a diagnosis and treatment plan so they can inject the patient with the right type of stem cells. But the placenta has a ‘broader therapeutic potential’ because there are so many types of stem cells within the placenta, because those stem cells are pluripotent, and because the growth factors aid with tissue repair. So the answer of whether the placenta could help anyone who isn’t well, the answer is usually, truthfully, yes!


Once a stem cell line transplants in the body, it can become ‘immortal,’ meaning it reproduces itself for the rest of the recipient’s life.

It’s like taking medicine that never stops working.

For children who have degenerative conditions like Rett Syndrome the stem cells can result in them getting healthier and stronger as more of their bodies are produced by stem cells that don’t have the degenerative genetic markers. It’s also possible that some of the growth factors and stem cells stimulate a more functional gene expression profile from the child’s same genome sequence—incredible.


The immediate results many kids like Dax see in the first 72 hours may be due to the activating growth factors have on dormant or ‘quiescent’ stem cells. Dormant or ‘quiescent,’ (essentially non-dividing stem cells) stem cells hibernate in tissues until they are activated by a need for additional cells because of normal growth or a sudden injury. Regenerative placental medicine that includes stem cells and growth factors can powerfully regulate cells’ biological responses to enable system-wide renewal, restoration, and growth. Stem cells usually take six weeks or longer to transplant and begin to function.

Jolie's Story

P: meet Jolie Noelle
Down Syndrome With Brain measuring in the 9th percentile

“I was hopeless with my daughter’s degenerative genetic condition until we used a simple, at-home method using our own placenta.”

At birth Jolie’s brain was only in the 9th percentile—the doctors said the Down Syndrome would be the least of her problems—that she would be largely non-responsive but not just because she had that extra chromosome in every cell of her body. Or at least—she did have an extra chromosome in every cell of her body until she ate blended placenta to intake the placental stem cells. She got a potent dose of growth factors and stem cells that started reproducing themselves; they started pumping out fresh brain cells, new heart cells, and none of these cells have the extra chromosome of Downs Syndrome; they were her brother’s healthy cells. Now Jolie genetically tests as having ‘Mosaic Down Syndrome’ because her brother’s stem cells are transplanted within her body. And these master stem cells will reproduce for the rest of her life. Which means that instead of watching my daughter follow the expected degenerative path of her condition that’s similar to Alzheimer’s, she will get healthier, stronger, and more capable.

The timing of her brother’s birth was perfect: Jolie had just had her last IEP done a week before the stem cells. When she ended Early Intervention she had another independent evaluation five weeks later that included comprehensive assessment by a speech therapist, special education therapist, occupational therapist, physical therapist, and various other physical assessments to test her cognition, hearing, etc. These professional, documented evaluations found what we as her parents personally experienced: Jolie had jumped 18 months developmentally in 6 weeks. The time-line of the evaluations didn’t even capture the full spectrum of her improvement because the growth spurt continued significantly past her evaluation.

But talking about the facts in this way doesn’t start to capture what placental stem cells meant to us. When Jolie consumed the placenta it felt like I got my daughter back. It felt like she ‘woke up.’ It felt like all the time I had spent mourning was wasted because here she was restored right in front of my eyes.

I remember one day while she was going through her developmental leap another mom who was getting to know our family casually asked me: “so tell me about Jolie”. I said: “Jolie likes shoes” and burst into tears. I just sat and cried for a long time. It was the very first time I had ever been able to tell someone about who my daughter was—what she was interested in—and I was just so thankful that the stem cells were setting her free to express herself. When you have a genetic diagnosis with no hope and then you realize you have something that can make a real difference– something that you can AFFORD to do for your child–it changes everything. Our family could never have afforded the stem cell programs that charge 25-70 thousand dollars for these types of outcomes we know are possible. We tell everyone we can about the placenta and hope more families are able to have breakthrough as well.  

'Matching' The Placenta's Donor With The Recipient


Blood type and the blood Rh factor don’t have a structural roll in the cell’s functioning and do not have to be a match between donor and recipient. Even if you were to receive a full organ like a kidney, the blood type does not have to match.

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Risks of Placental Consumption

THE RISKS OF 3rd Party PLACENTAL CONSUMPTION Are the same as maternal consumption

All statistically relevant risks are the same in this method as maternal consumption of the placenta–there are no additional risks. Though most of us are fully comfortable giving the placenta to the mother, we hesitate at the thought of giving it to a third party. Here’s the truth: if a tissue is being given for it’s living cellular properties, it is either passes rigid safety standards, or it doesn’t. It is either safe for anyone or else it is safe for no one; this is the common-sense standard in medical communities where the vast majority of transplanted tissues have unrelated donors and recipients. We didn’t reinvent the wheel but simply adopted safety standards used by all tissue banks for live cell donation. The training courses have detailed guidelines that ensure a placenta is safe for consumption to protect from infection. Besides, the placenta contains properties from both the mother and child– even when the mother consumes it it contains genetics and other properties foreign to her. The placenta that passes industry standard safety criteria for blood borne pathogens and infection is best suited for any third party in need of it’s gifts.


  1. There are multiple pre-existing maternal conditions that would make the placenta unsuitable for consumption.
  2. Multiple conditions can occur during labor and delivery that would automatically make the placenta unsuitable for consumption.
  3. Once birthed, the placenta must be carefully handled with temperature and sanitary guidelines to ensure safety.
  4. Lastly, it must be inspected according to strict professional standards and carefully prepared.
  5. The placenta must always be parentally administered to the child (certified placental stem cell consultants do not diagnose conditions, make medical claims about stem cell outcomes or administer the placenta themselves). The parents must be fully educated on the risks of placental consumption and be making an informed choice.

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