What is Placenta Encapsulation?
Placenta Encapsulation is a way to ingest your placenta through capsules!
How does Placenta Encapsulation help, what are the benefits?

Did you know 80% of women experience some degree of mood instability after giving birth? Ingesting your placenta has a wide variety of benefits reported by MANY women who have encapsulated.

Benefits Reported:

  • Increase in energy and mood almost immediately after the start of taking capsules
  • Increase in breast milk
  • Decrease in baby blues
  • Decrease in postpartum depression
  • Uterus contacting down to size faster
  • Overall feeling like yourself and back to normal sooner
How do I get started with Placenta Encapsulation?

While you are still pregnant, I like to set up a time to meet in person and go over the process, any services you would like to add on in addition to placenta encapsulation, total cost, filling out a couple of forms and answer any questions you may have.

Why does it have to be done in my home?

I provide my services in your home so you can be certain it is your placenta and know the steps I’m taking to prepare your placenta is in a sanitized clean environment. I clean and sanitize your kitchen area before and after I am done.

How much does Placenta Encapsulation Cost?

My placenta encapsulation service is $200. Additional services are available as well.

Do you do payments plans?

I do accept payment installments. I expect the payment in full once your capsules are completed. We will discuss and come up with a plan that works for both parties.

How do you accept payment?

I accept cash and PayPal. If paying by PayPal, I will email you an invoice.

How many capsules will I receive?

It depends on the size of your placenta! They come in all different sizes but expect to receive between 90-200 capsules. Don’t worry if you have less than more, you will always have enough to cover your immediate postpartum recovery.

Can I still encapsulate my Placenta is I’m GBS positive?

YES YOU CAN! I prepare your placenta via TCM(Traditional Chinese Medicine) with STEAMING first before dehydrating. This heats your placenta up enough to kill off any potential pathogenic bacteria as you would any other meat per FDA standard recommendations.

Is there a smell?

With a stove fan, you would barely smell a thing, and it doesn't smell any worse than cooking any other meat. In fact, I usually add ginger to the steam process which helps anyway!