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Placenta Encapsulation Services

Though the tradition of consuming a placenta is often met with confusion and wrinkled noses, it’s an excellent way to aid in recovery after birth. The practice is quite common and
many moms swear by it. However, if you’re not sure if it’s for you, that’s okay too! See below for more information about this service.

 

What is Placenta Encapsulation?

Placenta encapsulation is the process of preparing the mother’s placenta after the birth of her baby by dehydrating, powdering, and placing it into consumable capsules.
There are two methods of which I am able to prepare your placenta for encapsulation:

⦁ Steamed akin to the Traditional Chinese Method – The method helps more with the emotional energy. It is safe to use for frozen placentas. 
⦁ Raw – This method requires that the placenta be very fresh (within 48 hrs), but maintains the protein and enzymes that naturally occur. Raw is the inverse of steamed; it helps more with the physical energy.

Benefits for Mom

  • Reintroduces beneficial hormones, proteins, and other nutrients to mom’s body post labor and birth
  • Helps restore physical & emotional balance
  • Lessens the risk of “baby blues” that may lead to postpartum depression
  • Increases breastmilk production
  • Shortens healing time
  • Helps raise maternal energy levels

 

 

 

 

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Placenta Products & Services

Capsules:

⦁ Steamed akin to the Traditional Chinese Method 
⦁ Raw

Other Products:

Tincture: A tincture can be used later when mother’s menses return, when her daughter begins her cycle, and during times of stress.

Homeopathic: Each dilution and succession represents one week of pregnancy. This is your child’s constitutional remedy and is often helpful for mother and siblings as well.

Placenta Print: The fetal side of the placenta looks like the Tree of Life, which is fitting for a keepsake.

If you would like to reserve your due date, schedule a consultation, or have any questions regarding my services, please contact me below:

 Contact Rachel

Rachel Basolo
Eugene, Oregon
541-510-4631

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