Placenta encapsulation is a process where a whole placenta is transformed into pills that can be taken postpartum. It’s one of a few different ways to eat the placenta, but it’s by far the most popular. In fact, 70 to 80 percent of mums who eat their placentas opt for encapsulation.
Placenta Tincture is made from a piece of the mother’s own raw placenta after birth, steeping in alcohol making a strong remedy over 6 weeks. It is said that placenta tincture is used for emotional, mental and psychological instability and may also be very beneficial for treating PMS and menopause.
Placenta Essence is very popular and extremely helpful at times of illness or stress from teething pain or colic. A drop can be a unique rescue remedy for your baby or growing child when they are fretful or under the weather.
The placenta contains vitamins, minerals and hormones so it is a very good immune remedy. It is also a rich source of stem cells, and an essence allows for perfect preservation. Placenta Essence can last a lifetime.
We recommend the Placenta Essence is used from 8-10 weeks onwards\
A placenta print is using your babys placenta to make a print on paper as a keepsake. It can be done no matter where you give birth.
The umbilical cord that connected your new baby to your womb during your pregnancy played a key role in delivering nutrients and essential blood to your baby during gestation. To honour and treasure the umbilical cord I can be dehydrate it into a special shape so you and your baby can keep it for a lifetime.
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