What is Placenta Encapsulation and what are the benefits?
I know you have to have an open mind to consider ingesting your encapsulated placenta, so for the next few minutes have an open mind because there are so many benefits to doing this! Placenta encapsulation has actually become quite popular in the last few years. It has been around since the 1500s in China but Raven Lang, who was an American midwife who studied TCM, brought back this lost tradition by promoting placenta remedies during a MANA conference in the U.S.
- The placenta is cleaned and drained of blood in a sanitary environment.
- It is then dehydrated until crispy.
- The placenta is then finely ground and put into empty vegetable capsules.
The Hormones found in your Placenta and their Benefits:
- POEF, Placental Opioid-Enhancing Factor- helps with post-pregnancy pain and discomfort
- Prostaglandins- helps with cleansing the uterus and shrinking it back to pre-pregnancy size
- Oxytocin- prevents postpartum depression and increases milk supply
- Prolactin- helps with breastfeeding
- Thyroid stimulating hormone- regulates thyroid
- Cortisone-reduces inflammation
- Iron- prevents anemia
- Hemoglobin- Oxygen-carrying molecule which provides a boost in energy
- Urokinase Inhibiting Factor and Factor XIII- stops bleeding and enhances wound healing
- Immunoglobulin G (IgG)- Antibody molecules which support the immune system
- Human Placental Lactogen (hPL)- This hormone has lactogenic and growth-promoting properties; promotes mammary gland growth in preparation for lactation in the mother. It also regulates maternal glucose, protein, and fat levels.
Pick Up Info
Brynn would pick up from the place of birth and should be kept on ice until then. The capsules will then be delivered to your home within three days of pick up. Makes approximately 75 to 200 capsules. Every placenta is different. Use the payment button below to purchase this amazing natural way to heal your body after your birthing. The time following birth is a time for mom to rest and allow her body to recover. It is a precious, fleeting time that should be taken full advantage of. Giving birth takes a toll on your body and there is so little time to rest and recover compared to the hustle and bustle of life that follows those first life-changing weeks with your new baby. Enjoy them, don’t rush them!
$250 for non-HypnoBirthing Students
$200 for HypnoBirthing Students
Due to the cost of travel time and gas, a distance over 20 miles from Chandler, Cooper and the 202 San Tan, will need to add the $20 trip fee at checkout if your location of delivery is out of this area.