Placenta Encapsulation

What is Placenta Encapsulation?

Placenta Encapsulation is the process of a new mother consuming her placenta postpartum. The placenta is prepared and steamed with ginger & lemon on the stove. It is then sliced, dehydrated for a minimum of 12 hours at 160 degree and then ground into a powder. At that time the powder is processed into capsules for the mother’s personal consumption.

Possible Benefits Include:

  • Preventing and/or lessening the risk of postpartum depression or ‘baby blues’
  • Replenishing the mother’s iron from blood loss during birth and to help prevent postpartum anemia
  • Lending the mother a consistent flow of oxytocin long after her birth euphoria ends
  • Providing the HPL hormone to help establish early and healthy milk supply
  • To stabilize her ever changing hormones after birth
  • To replenish her B vitamins and energy that were used during the labor and birthing process
  • Protection from infection and bleeding due to retained placenta tissue or membranes
  • Offer natural pain relief from the labor and birth of the baby
  • Tinctures are mainly meant for energy, transition, stress, hormone stabilization, as well as returning cycles and menopause.
Basic Placenta Encapsulation Package
  • OSHA Compliant Preparation
  • Traditional Method of Placenta Encapsulation – yields approx. 150-200 capsules
  • Prepared capsules with written instructions
  • Umbilical Cord Keepsake
Deluxe Placenta Encapsulation Package
  • OSHA Compliant Preparation
  • Traditional Method of Placenta Encapsulation – yields approx. 150-200 capsules
  • Prepared capsules with written instructions
  • 2 oz Placenta Tincture
  • Umbilical Cord Keepsake