About Placenta Remedies

What is Placentophagy


Placentophagy is the act of a birth person consuming their placenta postpartum by either eating the placenta raw, cooked, in capsule form or drinking the juices from the placenta once it is cooked. 


Benefits For Birth Person

  • Preventing or lessening the risk of Postpartum depression or "Baby Blues."
  • Replenishing your iron from blood loss during birth and to help prevent postpartum anemia. 
  • Gives you a consistent flow of oxytocin.
  • Providing the HPL hormone, helping to establish early and healthy milk production.
  • Helps to stabilize your every changing hormones post birth.
  • Helps replenish your B vitamins and energy that was used during labor and the birth process.
  • Offers a natural pain relief from your labor and childbirth.

Placenta Preparation Methods

Simple Dried Method (SDM)

The placenta is cleaned, sliced, and then dehydrated at 160 degrees  then ground into powder and encapsulated.

  • Highest potency of nutrients and hormones
  • Yields more capsules

Simple Steamed Method (SSM)

The placenta is cleaned, steamed, then sliced and dehydrated then ground into powder and encapsulated.

  • Recommended for all GBS positive clients
  • History of anxiety
  • Caffeine Sensitivity  

Herbal Steamed Method (HSM)

You placenta is cleaned, steamed with fresh ginger, pepper and lemon. This is considered to be a Traditional Chinese Medicine. The  fresh herbs are used to warm the body internally for optimal healing. 

50/50 Method

We offer a 50/50 method to clients that would like to have more than one preparation method used for their placenta encapsulation. You can choose any two of our four placenta preparation methods. 


How do I acquire my placenta from the hospital?


Most of the hospitals  will release your placenta to you under most circumstances. Make sure you discuss that you wish to keep your placenta with your care provider. Some hospitals will require you to sign a release form before placenta can leave the hospital.

Is Consuming my placenta safe ?


Yes, for most people consuming your placenta is safe. However there are some health contraindications that can make consuming the placenta unsafe. If you have any health concerns I will be happy to discuss them with you.

It is important that you know you CAN encapsulate your placenta even if your Care Provider doesn't agree!


It is your body, your choice and you do not need permission to do what you feel is best for you and your postpartum healing.


We believe that our clients are well informed and have taken the time to research what is BEST for them!

Additional Placenta Remedies Available

Post Birth Smoothies

Post birth smoothies are great way to get the immediate healing benefits of your placenta. Post birth smoothies are made with Coconut water to help re-hydrate the body, local organic honey is added to restore energy along with your favorite fruits and veggies. Post birth smoothies are made from a small piece of your raw placenta. They are made and delivered to you within the first 24 hours of giving birth.

Placenta Tinctures

Placenta tinctures are a great way to use the benefits of your placenta long-term. Placenta tinctures can be made from raw placenta or placenta powder. Placenta tinctures are made in 100 proof alcohol for purity and extended shelf life. Tinctures are used for energy boost, hormonal balance, pms symptoms, and menopausal transition. Placenta tincture take 6 weeks or more to make due to fermentation process.

Healing Salve

Healing salve can be made with or without placenta. Healing salve is made from a special blend of organic oils and herbs.  Healing salve can be used for nipple cream, c-section incision, diaper rash cream, cuts and scraps, and much more.

Placenta Powder

Placenta powder is available from Raw or TSM placenta method. Placenta powder can be added to smoothies or other foods. This is a great for those that have a hard time swallowing capsules.

Placenta Chocolates

Placenta chocolates is a easy way to get the daily healing benefits of your placenta. Ground placenta is added to dark or milk chocolate and molded into individual candies.