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Placenta encapsulation is the process of preparing and dehydrating the placenta in order to be ground up and put into capsule form. This process is based on Traditional Chinese Medicine and has provided many women, including myself with more energy, an increase in lactation and a reduction in the incidence of baby blues.
Some Other Reasons Women choose to Encapsulate are:
-Helps uterus contract back to normal size
-Validated by scientific research
-Principle of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM)
-Combats fatigue – TCM principle
-Helps stop/lessen postnatal bleeding
-Improves mood by balancing postpartum hormone fluctuations
-Placenta can also useful during menopause if stored properly
My package includes placenta capsules, broth, and a keepsake dried umbilical cord. I like to begin the process within 24 hours of having you contact me and have the capsules to you within 24 hours of beginning the process. I trained through http://www.placentabenefits.info in 2012 and follow strict OSHA and food safety guidelines.
I gave birth in early 2013 and have been very pleased with the benefits of the capsules. I have an amazing amount of energy and am able to happily care for my preschooler and new baby.
If you are interested in learning more, especially more about my process please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I wanted to thank you again for the wonderful service you provided for me of encapsulation. My postpartum experience this time around is a thousand times better than it was with my previous csection. I know a good chunk of the reasons why I am feeling as good as I do is due to the pills. My energy is great, my body feels like it did at 12 weeks postpartum last time and it’s only been a week and a half, my mood is cheery, I have more patience for my daughter’s tantrums, and when she had a cold at the beginning of the week I was able to pump some milk for her and still fill baby boy’s tummy up (something I would not have been able to do while nursing her two years ago). I wish I had known enough to have had this done when my daughter was born. Thank you for doing what you do and providing such a wonderful service to the women in or area.