More women are turning to placenta encapsulation to help with the physical and emotional recovery of the postpartum period. Anecdotal evidence suggests that this can be a significant tool of support when healing from childbirth. Encapsulating your placenta allows you to enjoy the benefits over time in capsule form.
According to this study, “96 percent of the women said they had a ‘positive’ or ‘very positive’ experience consuming their placenta, and 98 percent said they would do it again.”
We follow the method of Traditional Chinese Medicine (steaming and dehydrating), and the highest current standards of safety during the encapsulating process. Encapsulation in your home means that your placenta never leaves your possession and you can witness first-hand the care and respect of our process in the comfort and privacy of your home.
The potential benefits of placenta consumption may include:
- improved mood
- re-balancing your system after childbirth
- healing with your own natural hormones
- replenishing iron levels
- increasing energy postpartum
- increasing lactation
- lessening postpartum bleeding
- reducing feeling of the “baby blues”
Placenta encapsulation includes:
- a packing kit for your birthing place which includes a cooler, a spill kit, and complete handling instructions
- encapsulation in the safety of your home (two consecutive days, 1-2 hours per visit)
- individually handmade placenta capsules (amount varies depending on size of placenta)
- cord keepsake
- a clean kitchen each day when your postpartum placenta specialist (PPS) leaves
- postpartum visit by your PPS (at time of service), available to answer questions and explain the process
- suggested consumption guidelines and follow-up by your PPS
- option to add tincture, healing salve, and basic placenta print ($40 – $75 each)
$425 placenta encapsulation
reserve both placenta encapsulation and belly binding (one session) for $500
This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
The information presented is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
The PPS is not a medical professional.