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Encapsulation Methods

TCM: Traditional Chinese Method- The encapsulator will first wash the placenta, then steam it with lemon, ginger and jalapeno.


Raw Method- The encapsulator will first wash the placenta, slice it and put it into the dehydrator. 


Tinctures- The encapsulator adds a small chunk of your placenta into a bottle with a high proof of alcohol. There are many uses for tinctures such as using during menopause for the laboring person and/or during puberty for the child. Tinctures take 6 weeks to prepare.


TCM Placenta Encapsulation: $300

Raw Method Placenta Encapsulation: $250

Add Ons: 

Tinctures: $45 with encapsulation


$35  print with encapsulation

$50 canvas with encapsulation

$10 color

Cord keep sake-free with encapsulation

Store capsules in refrigerator, after 6 weeks freeze them.

The Evidence on Placenta Encapsulation (

I am certified from H.E.R.B.A.L. for placenta encapsulation and have hands on training from another doula who encapsulated placentas for several years


Benefits of Encapsulation

Some benefits of encapsulating your placenta may include:

-Boosts Immune System

-Boost Lactation

-Lessen Postpartum Fatigue

-Lessen Postpartum Depression


-Pain Relief

-Reduce Bleeding Postpartum

-Replenish Depleted Iron

What is Encapsulation? 

Placenta encapsulation is the process of dehydrating and grounding the placenta into a  powder, and placing it into small capsules to take as needed.

Taking placenta pills, can help with the fluctuating hormones and loss of vitamins and nutrients after birth, which can help aid in a easier transition during your postpartum recovery. 

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