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Placenta Encapsulation

The placenta is a life giving organ. You create it to nourish your baby during pregnancy, and after birth, it's often forgotten. For centuries, women have consumed their placenta's using various methods. It aids in healing, the reduction of risk for postpartum mood disorders, restoring vital nutrients and so much more. I would love to talk with you more about the amazing benefits your placenta has to offer.

Placenta Encapsulation Package - $350

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Package Includes:

  • Pickup and drop off of goods 

  • Placenta Capsules

  • Umbilical Cord Keepsake


Placenta Print - $10-15

Placenta Tincture - $50

Framed Print - $60

*Pick up radius is Nassau county, Soffolk, Queens, Manhattan and Brooklyn. Additional travel free may apply


What are some benefits of consuming my placenta?

We cannot guarantee any particular benefit or outcome from consumption, but utilizing your placenta postpartum may help with things like milk production, hormone and mood stabilization, pain relief, energy boost, iron restoration, growth of hair and nails, etc.

What are the risks of consuming my placenta?

There are very few risks involved in consuming your placenta. The biggest risks would come from consuming a placenta that has not been stored or prepared properly. Be sure to follow instructions on how to store your placenta until your specialist picks it up.

What is the recommended dosage?

While there is no standard dosing, it is typically recommended that you start by taking 3 capsules in the morning and 3 in the evening for the first two weeks postpartum. After two weeks, you can cut back dosing as you see fit. 

Can I consume my placenta if I have Group B Strep?

Yes! Please notify your specialist so that we can steam your placenta and clean it specifically to kill any possible bacteria. Otherwise, it is considered safe to consume.

When is it unsafe to encapsulate my placenta?

How should I store my placenta after birth? 

It is not safe it consume your placenta if you have a placenta or uterine infection, HIV, or Hepatitis A, B, or C. 

You will need to get your placenta on ice or in the refrigerator within 30 minutes of being born. 

If you are birthing in a hospital, bring a cooler with you with a food storage container and make sure the cooler is consistently filled with ice until your specialist arrives. 


As a placenta specialist, I am not a medical provider, doctor, nurse, herbalist, or nurse.

Once accepting your placenta products, you assume all responsibility for any outcomes in response to consumption. You understand that since your placenta is specific to your own body. your specialist cannot determine how your body will react to consumption. I can make no guarantee as to capsule efficacy, but I do guarantee the highest quality of service.

Benefits of placenta encapsulation are supported by maternal experience and have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Placenta Encapsulation or placentophagy is intended solely for ingestion by the mother who has birthed the placenta(s) and not for her family members, friends, or other individuals and is not guaranteed to produce specific results. The services offered are not clinical, pharmaceutical, or intended to diagnose or treat any condition. 

Always speak to your care provider regarding any questions about your health, safety and well- being. Placenta services are not meant to be a replacement for medical advice, medical care or medicine. If you experience symptoms of postpartum depression or anxiety, low milk supply, etc. please call your care provider to discuss your symptoms and how to feel better as well as treat any existing symptoms or potential conditions. While many women have found placenta encapsulation to be a wonderful and amazing gift, you are still encouraged to seek appropriate assistance and medical care when necessary. 

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