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Placenta Encapsulation, Tincture Or Placenta Print

$65-$425

 

 

 

Beneficial Supplements

It should be noted that individual results may vary.

Are you considering placenta encapsulation services to improve your postpartum experience?

 

Placenta encapsulation is being touted as a new trend, however, the practice goes back centuries in traditional Chinese medicine. So, what exactly is placenta encapsulation and what benefits can you derive from it?

Placenta encapsulation is the process where the placenta is turned into a powder form and put into pill capsules to be ingested postpartum.

The notion behind ingesting your own placenta postpartum is that, as a remarkable organ full of nutrients that nourished the baby, it can also provide nutrients to the mother after birth --the main nutrient being iron.

In addition to iron, the placenta is full of vitamins and minerals such B6 and B12,

These reproductive hormones drop after you give birth.

Prolactin: A hormone that promotes lactation

Oxytocin: “The love hormone” that promotes pain relief, and as it’s also released during labor, birth & breastfeeding; it encourages hormonal bonding with your baby and an increase in contentment

Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH): Helps boost energy levels and aids in recovery from taxing events

Cortisone: Another hormone that tackles stress and unlocks energy stores

Interferon: An antibody that stimulates the immune system to protect against infections

Prostaglandins: Anti-inflammatory agents designed to speed up recovery

Hemoglobin: Protein that replenishes iron deficiency and anemia, a common postpartum condition

Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor XIII: Enzyme-like agents that stop bleeding and promote wound healing throughout the body

Gammaglobulins: Immune booster proteins that help protect against postpartum infections

 

Additional benefits of consuming your placenta,

Many women testify that consuming placenta pills and tinctures helped them have a better postpartum experience. In fact, the reported benefits include:

  • Improves recovery from birth

  • Restores and balances post birth hormones

  • Reduction of postpartum hemorrhage

  • Replenishment of nutrients

  • Improves post partum and energy

  • Reduces pain after childbirth

  • Supports lactation

Then you may have also heard about placenta tinctures.

What is that? you ask. Well, here is your answer.

 

First, you will complete taking your placenta pills. Once they are all gone, you will still have your placenta tincture! You may use the tincture after six weeks in times of stress, anxiety, or emotional lows. Simply place a small amount of drops under your tongue or in water, juice or tea as needed.

 

A tincture is a highly concentrated liquid extract of herbs, plants or other natural products. For example, vanilla extract, which you probably have in your pantry, is a tincture. Vanilla extract is made by dissolving a vanilla bean in alcohol.

Similarly, a placenta tincture is made by infusing dehydrated ground placenta powder in alcohol. The traditional method of encapsulation is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC). TMC is one of the oldest herbal systems in the world. This method includes steaming the placenta using lemon and ginger to infuse and dehydrate before grinding and encapsulating. I use a high-quality, gluten-free, 60% proof (or more), Vodka. I as your postpartum placenta specialist will place the placenta powder and alcohol in a small jar where it stays for six weeks to get to full maturity. You should store your placenta tincture in a cool dark location such as a kitchen cabinet.

What are the perks to getting a placenta tincture?

  • Longevity and stability – According to herbalist’s guidelines, a tincture does not expire.

  • Ease of storage – A tincture does not require refrigeration.

  • Ease of administering – A tincture penetrates the mucous membrane, therefore it is fast acting.

 

What are the drawbacks to a placenta tincture?

  • It will take 6 weeks before fully maturing.

 

Placenta Services I Offer:

  • Placenta Encapsulation Bundle #1 | $350 Booking in Advance | $425 Impromptu

    • In order to preserve the placenta's delicate molecular structures we recommend the Raw Start Encapsulation Method (where the placenta is dehydrated at 160° for a minimum of 12 hours) for those who are a good candidate.

    • As an alternative, we also offer the Traditional Method, which is inspired by Traditional Chinese Medicine. With this method, the placenta is lightly steamed before dehydrating at 160°.

    • Each placenta produces 100-200 capsules. The bigger your baby, the bigger your placenta!

    • Each Bundle includes:​

      • Placenta Encapsulation Services

      • Cord Keepsake (wherever possible)

      • Postpartum Usage Guide

      • Capsule Delivery to You

ADD ON'S

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • Placenta Print | $65 with bundle| $100 alonePlacenta prints make beautiful art, you can frame it and admire the amazing tree of life that nourished your child for years to come. We will use your placenta to create a classic “tree” print on high quality watercolor paper before beginning the process for encapsulation. The result is an organic piece of art that is unique to you.

  • 8oz Placenta Tincture | $100 | $175 alone

    • A tincture is made with fresh placenta components steeped in grain-based alcohol. The tincture is swirled daily for six weeks. This shelf-stable placenta infusion can be used long after your capsules are gone, and even into menopause.

No Matter What You Choose:

  • All placenta handling is done by Amy Luebke and I utilize care and respect while processing your placenta. I follow OSHA Guidelines and I am Bloodborne Pathogen Certified.

  • I aim to return your capsules within 48-72 hours of placenta pickup. Please note that this timeframe may be extended during periods of high volume.

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