Placenta Encapsulation

There are many benefits of the placenta that start the moment baby relies on it for sustenance.  It's value is immeasurable.  All the most dense nutrients can be found in the placenta, so after a baby is born, animals of all kinds eat the placenta in order to retain those valuable nutrients.


Listed here are some of the potential benefits of encapsulating and consuming your placenta:


Balance your hormones

Enhance milk supply

Increase your energy

Combat fatigue

Prevent the baby blues

Shorten postpartum bleeding

Replenish depleted iron


Placenta Encapsulation is an easy, safe and completely natural way to restore nutrients and balance hormones needed after birth. 

I have four children and did not encapsulate my placenta after the birth of the first three.  However, when at an older age, I became pregnant with my fourth child, I decided to try it out.  I fully admit I was a complete skeptic and thought women who claimed to have benefited from it were probably experiencing the placebo effect.  The placebo effect is when a treatment appears to produce a beneficial effect because the patient believed it would.  But, then I consumed my encapsulated placenta and became a full-fledged advocate of the practice.  Without a doubt, I had much more energy when taking the capsules even though I was an older mother and had three other children to care for in addition to a newborn.  My postpartum bleeding was dramatically shorter and my milk supply was ample.  Health experts also believe that the hormones found in the ground placenta may help to balance the body during menopause naturally, reducing common discomforts.  I highly recommend Placenta Encapsulation for all new moms.  This is a once in a lifetime opportunity.  If you are unsure at the time of birth, you can always freeze your placenta and choose this option at a later date.


How does it work? 

The placenta contains two important components: prostaglandin and oxytocin. Prostaglandin can help the uterus contract to its pre-pregnancy size, while oxytocin can help regulate mood.  The placenta also contains prolactin, which is a hormone that stimulates milk production.   In addition, the placenta is rich in several different nutrients including iron. Because of the amount of blood loss during childbirth, your body needs increased amounts of iron and protein to help replace the blood lost.  The placenta pills provide these essential elements for the new mom.