FAQ: Placenta Encapsulation

Each placenta is unique and has a different size and mass. Depending on the size and the choice of preparation it usually ranges between 115-200.

The most important thing is that it is kept cold until your specialist arrives. Keep in the fridge or on ice at all times. Some hospitals and birth centers will put it in a holding fridge until it is picked up. Other hospitals won’t hold it for you. In that case, just just take to your car or put with personal belongings until we arrive. MAKE SURE IT DOES NOT GO TO PATHOLOGY where formaldehyde is used and then encapsulation is not viable. We require that you provide a hot/cold freezer bag and keep the placenta covered in ice until our arrival. As long as it is kept in ice, it is safe until we are able to pick it up.

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You are not alone! Many women believe in placenta benefits but are not loving the whole idea of eating it. That’s why hiring a Specialist is so helpful! You never have to look at it or touch a thing. I pick it up from you and bring it back to you all prepared in capsules – looking just like a regular vitamin. You can choose colored and flavored capsules to reduce the “ick” factor even more. And do know, this is becoming much more common in this country. Moms are talking and sharing their experiences which is spreading the word about this initially odd idea and how it has helped them.

After your baby is born we accept phone calls and texts for pickup between 7am-10pm. We guarantee same day pick up. The number you will contact is 360-525-3432.

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What Our Clients Say

“When I started taking the capsules I noticed an increase in energy and I rarely felt exhausted like everyone told me I would. I also noticed my mood was elevated, which gave me much more confidence as a new mom. I will encapsulate with every child I have!”
Annie W.