Placenta Encapsulators

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What is placenta encapsulation and why should I encapsulate my placenta?

Human placentophagy – Consumption of the placenta is defined as the ingestion of a human placenta postpartum, at any time, by any person, either in raw or altered (cooked, dried, steeped in liquid, put into capsules) form.
Plancetophagy has been a rising practice among clients of midwives and alternative health advocates in the U.S. and Mexico recently. Interestingly it is now being reported in the celebrity world as well.  The placenta’s hormonal makeup is completely unique to the mother. No prescription, vitamin or herbal supplement can do what one placenta pill can.

Arlene Norman

817-717-0735
Arlenesalazar79@gmail.com

Basic Package -$225

Placenta Capsules

Pickup/Delivery

Products returned within 24-48 hours

Choice of encapsulation method

Cord Keepsake

Placenta Print

Deluxe Package - $275

Placenta Capsules

Pickup/Delivery

Products returned within 24-48 hours

Choice of encapsulation method

Cord Keepsake

Placenta Print

Tincture

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Two processes include:

  • Raw Method: Placenta is drained, cleaned and trimmed. It is cut into small segments, dehydrated and then grinded into fine powder to place in capsules.

  • TCM (traditional Chinese medicine): Placenta is drained, cleaned and trimmed, then steamed and dehydrated, then it is ground and encapsulated.

The placenta is composed of healing elements. Some of these healing properties include:

  • Gonadotropin: The precursor to estrogen, progesterone and testosterone

  • Prolactin: Promotes lactation and maternal/infant bonding

  • Oxytocin: For pain relief and bonding; released during breastfeeding to facilitate letdown of the milk supply and enables bonding of mother and baby.

  • Thyroid stimulating hormone: Boosts energy and helps recover from stressful events

  • Cortisone: The placenta converts active cortisol to inactive cortisone

  • Interferon: Stimulates the immune system to protect against infections

  • Prostaglandins: Anti-inflammatory

  • Hemoglobin: Replenishes iron deficiency and anemia, a common postpartum condition

  • Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor XIII: Stops bleeding and enhances wound healing

  • Gamma globulin: Immune booster that helps protect against postpartum infections. 

How do I store my placenta after I’ve given birth?

Register with your Encapsulation specialist as soon as you can. She will be on-call for you to come pick up your placenta from either your hospital or home.

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Mothers who have taken Placenta capsules happily report:

  • Significantly reduced postpartum blood loss

  • Richly encouraged milk supply

  • Replenish essential nutrients such as vitamin B6 and iron

  • Reduce stress levels

  • Inhibit baby blues and postpartum depression

  • Feeling more tranquil and restful

  • Increased energy to cope with life with a newborn