Placenta Tinctures for Postmenopausal and Menopausal Support

I am going to share something different today. I always share all the amazing benefits of placenta remedies for the birth person during the postpartum period. Today, I want to share the benefits of placenta remedies, specifically the Placenta Tincture during perimenopause and menopause.  


Here's a little about me for those who do not know me. I will be turning 45 in June of this year. I am the mother of five beautiful daughters and MiMi to two amazing granddaughters. I am in the thick of perimenopause and have been for a good 5-6 years now. This information is not only something that I want to share with you all. This is something that I have used myself with good results. 


So, whether you would like to plan for this time in your life or if your mother could benefit from this placenta remedy. It is excellent information and rarely discussed when talking about placenta encapsulation and other placenta remedies.


I know many of you may be thinking I am too young to be thinking about menopause. Perimenopause happens in two stages. Early perimenopause symptoms can start in our 30s, and the second stage happens in our early to mid-40s before we enter true menopause.  


What is perimenopause, and what are the signs and symptoms?


Perimenopause is a natural process caused when your ovaries gradually stop working. Ovulation may become erratic and then stop. The menstrual cycle may become longer with a shorter or longer number of days of bleeding, and flow may become heavier or irregular.

Symptoms are caused by the changing levels of hormones in the body. When estrogen is higher, you may have symptoms like you might have with PMS. When estrogen is low, you may have hot flashes or night sweats. No two people will experience perimenopause in the same way. These are the most common symptoms:

  • Mood changes

  • Changes in sexual desire

  • Trouble concentrating

  • Headaches

  • Night sweats

  • Hot flashes

  • Vaginal dryness

  • Trouble with sleep

  • Joint and muscle aches

  • Heavy sweating

  • Having to pee often

  • PMS-like symptoms



What is menopause?

Menopause is when a person permanently stops having menstrual periods. It is often referred to as the change of life. This stage signals the end of a person's ability to have children, and menstrual periods have ceased for one continuous year.

What is a Placenta Tincture, and how can it help with the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause?

A placenta tincture is a concentrated placenta extraction made by placing a piece of raw placenta in 100-proof or higher alcohol like Vodka. The placenta tincture is then placed in a cool, dark place to infuse for six weeks or more.


Placenta Tincture contains both estrogen and progesterone, helping replace and balance the hormones naturally. It can alleviate hot flashes, headaches, heart palpitations, and mood swings and help manage stress. I found that it also helped with fatigue. Placenta tinctures, when stored properly, can remain shelf stable for a lifetime. The placenta tincture is genuinely the placenta remedy that keeps giving throughout every transition in life.