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Placenta Encapsulation




Aids in Postpartum.

Art Prints.

Repurposing The Placenta

The placenta can aid healing in the postpartum period. Placenta encapsulation offers the chance of having your placenta processed for a new purpose during this period.

Nourish the postpartum body through edible vegan capsules, soothing multi-use salve, and placenta chocolates.

Includes an umbilical keepsake and a placenta art print for your memories.




  • Encapsulation method of choice (Traditional Chinese or Raw)
  • Vegan capsules
  • Umbilical cord keepsake
  • Delivery of serviced goods



  • Encapsulation method of choice (Traditional Chinese or Raw)
  • Vegan capsules
  • Umbilical cord keepsake
  • Watercolor placenta art print (colors of your choice)
  • 1/2 a dozen placenta milk chocolates
  • Delivery of finished products



  • Encapsulation method of choice (Traditional Chinese or Raw)
  • Vegan capsules
  • Umbilical cord keepsake
  • Vegan food-dye placenta art print (colors of your choice)
  • Full dozen placenta milk chocolates
  • Placenta salve
  • Delivery of finished products

Add Ons:

Placenta Salve $25.00
Full dozen Placenta Chocolates $50.00
1/2 dozen Placenta Chocolates $25.00

Preservation Benefits

You only get one chance to preserve the tissue and cord blood to obtain the benefits.

Placenta Print

Placenta Cord

Placenta Pills

Placenta Chocolates

Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to your questions here. 

What Is Placenta Encapsulation?

Process of the placenta being cleaned, inspected, and prepared with the “raw” or “steamed” method.

Placenta is dehydrated and ground into a fine powder to fill empty capsules.

Placenta art prints are created using edible/safe-to-ingest food dye on a watercolor paper.

What are the Methods of Encapsulation?

Traditional Chinese: the placenta is steamed over boiling water and proceeds with dehydration, with or without the use of herbs.

2. Raw: the placenta proceeds with only dehydration and preparation in its au naturale form.

What Benefits May Result From Consuming My Placenta?
  • The process in which a mother consumes her placenta is called Placentophagia.
  • Lessening the risk of postpartum depression
  • Replenishing iron from blood loss during birth
  • Providing the HPL hormone to help establish early and healthy milk supply
  • Stabilizes hormones
  • Replenishes B vitamins and energy
  • Protection from infection and bleeding due to retained placenta tissue or membranes
  • Offers natural pain relief from the labor and birth
Are there any risks of placental consumption?
Risks are typically minimal. The most common derive from unsanitary conditions or improper storage of capsules/products can cause a risk of mold, bacteria, and fungus.

Note: There is no guarantee that the placenta will produce these outcomes listed above and should not be used in replacement of medical treatment.

FAQ About Placenta Encapsulation
How many capsules can I expect?
Between 100-200 capsules, each placenta is unique.

Are benefits to encapsulation guaranteed?
No specific benefit can be guaranteed, but utilizing your placenta may help with lactation production, postpartum hormone stabilization, pain relief, increasing energy, iron restoration, and growth of the hair and nails…etc.

Can I consume my placenta if I had Group B Strep or Genital Herpes?
Yes. The placenta can still be encapsulated. Notify the specialist in order for the proper steaming process to kill off bacteria, otherwise, it is safe to consume.

Can I consume my placenta if the baby passed meconium in the womb?
Meconium is sterile and is simply washed off the placenta prior to preparation.

Can I encapsulate my placenta if I have a lotus birth?
A lotus birth exposes the placenta and increases the risk of infection. A placenta with a lotus birth will not be encapsulated. However, the client can choose to cut half of the placenta and save it for encapsulation while leaving the other half attached to the baby.

FAQ About Encapsulation & Common Pregnancy Ailments

If you have been diagnosed with any of the following conditions throughout your pregnancy please read below and notify thespecialist. The specialist will clarify with the client if encapsulation is unsafe or contraindicated based on the conditionexperienced during pregnancy.

Gestational Diabetes: This is generally okay to encapsulate. The client can benefit from their placenta during postpartum. It is recommended that the client monitors their blood sugar (1) hour after capsules for the first 2-3 days. If there is no spike in the blood sugar, then it is safe to continue to take capsules.

PUPPS (Pruritic Urticarial Papules and Plaques of Pregnancy): This is generally okay to encapsulate. However, the placenta contains cells that could cause PUPPS to return if consumed. The client is advised to watch for side effects of capsules. If the client experiences no side effects, continue taking capsules. If the client experiences a rash then the client is advised to stop the capsules.

Hyperemesis Gravidarum: This is safe to encapsulate. Consuming the placenta will not cause sickness. Most clients canconsume capsules with no issues.

Chorioamnionitis: This is contraindicated for encapsulation as a bacterial infection is contraindicated for placentapreparation/consumption.

Cholestasis: This is safe for encapsulate. After birth there are no high amounts of hormones and cholestasis symptomssubside. Consumption is not an issue.

FAQ About Genetics Disorders & Encapsulation

If an amniocentesis (invasive genetic testing) was performed, then the placenta is compromised with infection risk and NOT safe to encapsulate.

Cystic Fibrosis: If the client (mom) carries the gene for CF, then it is safe to encapsulate.

Sickle Cell Disease: This depends on who carries the trait. If the client (mom) has sickle cell trait then consumption is safe. Ifthe client (mom) does not have sickle cell then consumption is contraindicated.

Thalassemia: Consumption is safe, but the client may not benefit from iron.

Tay-Sachs Disease: This condition depends on encapsulation. It is unsafe to consume placenta if the baby has a disease. If the baby only has the trait and not the disease then consumption is fine.

Trisomy 13: This is up to the client’s discretion/choice. Encapsulation at the discretion of the client.

Down Syndrome: It is safe to encapsulate.

FAQ About Sexually Transmitted Diseases & Encapsulation

STDS are not an issue with proper handling for encapsulation. A blood panel review taken during pregnancy will be reviewed by the specialist. This occurs before providing service and is standard practice. This allows the specialist to ensure that encapsulating is safe to proceed forward with.

HIV and hepatitis are blood-borne conditions in which I will not proceed with encapsulation. It is generally not recommended to be encapsulated due to the risk of cross-contamination, and therefore the specialist will not proceed with encapsulating the placenta. 

Disclaimer: As the placenta encapsulation specialist, I am solely providing recommendations. In no shape or form do I replace a medical provider. I am not a medical provider, and therefore none of the information or services are to be used as a treatment or replacement for medical care. If the client feels that they may have medical concerns or ongoing issues after encapsulation, then it is the discretion and sole responsibility of the client to discuss this with their care provider. The specialist will not be held responsible for any negative outcomes that result from ingesting capsules or using other encapsulation products. As your encapsulation specialist, I am a small business. The client is allowing the specialist to provide them with encapsulation services, and therefore will be trusting that the client will be provided with the highest standards of safety when it comes to working conditions. Once the client accepts their encapsulation products (salve balm, capsules, etc.) the client is assuming all responsibility for any outcomes in response to consumption. The client understands that the placenta is specific to the body, and the specialist cannot determine or guarantee how your body will react to consumption. If the client is experiencing any negative reactions then the client should discontinue capsule use immediately and contact their specialist, however, if the client has medical concerns they should contact their care provider.

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