What Is Placenta Encapsulation?

Placental encapsulation is the practice of ingesting the placenta after it has been dehydrated, ground, and placed into pills. Traditionally, then taken by the mother and is believed to bring numerous health benefits. It is normally taken shortly after giving birth, during a woman’s menstrual period, many believe that it helps counter some of the symptoms of menopause.

Substantial studies on Placentophagy protocol in management of postpartum:‎

“Giving…placenta to a new mother following birth has become standard protocol among a growing number of midwives in the United States. By nourishing the blood and fluids, endocrine glands and organs, Placenta will …reduce or stop postpartum bleeding, speed up recovery, boost energy and relieve postpartum blues.” Homes, Peter. 1993. Jade Remedies, Snow Lotus Press, 352.”

Benefits of Placenta Encapsulation

– Reduces chance of “baby blues” and postpartum depression

– Increases breast milk production

– Provides natural pain relief from the labor and birthing process

– Increases iron, vitamin B and energy levels

– Increases oxytocin levels (the love hormone that promotes bonding and well being)

– Decreases infection and enhances wound healing

– Stabilizes hormones and moods

– Reduces postpartum bleeding


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