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Why should I encapsulate my placenta?
Encapsulation may assist with:
*Increase breastmilk production
*Lower risk of postpartum depression
*Shorter postpartum bleeding
*Promote hormonal balance
*Provide a rich source of postpartum iron and other nutrients
Can I encapsulate my placenta if I have a c-section or epidural?
Of course you can! In your paperwork, we will talk about the steps you need to take to ensure your placenta is safe for encapsulation.
What is a placenta tincture?
A tincture is a piece of placenta that is fermented in alcohol. The alcohol pulls out all of the nutrients and hormonal compounds from the placenta pieces. By doing this, you can receive the benefits from your placenta for a longer period of time.
How do you encapsulate a placenta?
Depending on which method you choose, the placenta is either sliced raw and then dehydrated (Raw method), or steamed, sliced and then dehydrated (Basic heated method). It is then ground into a fine powder and put into capsules for your consumption. Capsules are then to be kept in a cool dark place for the first six weeks or the freezer for up to two years. NEVER keep in the fridge.