The healing properties of the placenta come from these known ingredients that are inherent to the placenta, as reported in research.
Gonadotropin: the precursor to estrogen, progesterone, and testosterone
Prolactin: promotes lactation
Oxytocin: for pain and bonding, produced during breastfeeding to facilitate bonding of the mother and infant. In pharmaceutical form, this is a very addictive drug because it promotes a feeling of connectedness with others.
Thyroid stimulating hormone: boosts energy and helps recovery from stressful events.
Cortisone: combats stress and unlocks energy stores
Interferon: stimulates the immune system to protect against infections
Hemoglobin: replenishes iron deficiency and anemia, a common postpartum condition
Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor Xlll: stops bleeding and enhances wound healing
Gamma globulin: immune booster that helps protect against postpartum infections
The process is three different ways.
One is to encapsulation of the placenta.
Two is making a smoothie if birth is at home. We can use part of it and the rest can be encapsulated.
Three is making Tincture from part of it.
The process of encapsulation and the tincture is about 2 to 3 days from the day I receive the placenta. The dehydrator and all other materials used in the process are carefully disinfected and washed with hot water in the dishwasher machine and cleaned with alcohol after each use.
During the process of handling the placenta, I say prayers for the well-being of mom, baby, and the whole family to live with love, peace, and harmony in perfect health together.
My fee is $300 for encapsulation
$25 for pick up
$25 for delivery
$25 for Tincture
Here is the benefits of consumption of the placenta:
When the mother finish giving birth to the placenta, the gene of the placentophagia is activated, and the mother feels hunger. This it is the moment for the mother to begin to eat placenta. The Placenta is prepared by nature to be devoured and swallowed. It is easy to eat since it is formed of “chunks” about the size of a chestnut. The more quantity the mother eats, better the recovery from childbirth and the better the activation performance of all the hormonal, immunological and genetic mechanisms that command the production of mother milk and aid in her recovery. It is suitable to avoid cooking the placenta, so the hormones and other nutrients are not damaged by heat and will be of optimal benefit to the mother.
For most people the idea of eating a placenta really “grosses them out”, so to speak, but when you think of other things we put into our bodies or enjoy on a daily basis (ground beef, hot dogs, bologna, etc.) this really should not seem so bad. Many people eat meat and animal organs as a regular part of their diet (sauteed brains or liver with scrambled egges, tripe soup, kidney pie, etc.).
The placenta is the only “disposable organ” in nature, the only one that “gives life” and “comes from life” (not death). It is available for consumption without having to kill anything (an animal) to eat. This agrees with many vegan philosophies about harming animals and eating them. Some vegans may experience digestive disturbances when eating a placenta since their bodies and palates are not used to eating meat of any kind. Others may not have any problems with eating a placenta.
For thousands of years, the Chinese have upheld the value of the placenta for the postpartum recovery process. After birth, the majority of new mothers experience blood loss, fatigue, and a crazy influx of pregnancy hormones. 80% of women experience some level of postpartum blues or depression. Full of life energy, the placenta aids in postpartum wellness by replenishing your system with natural iron & protein and helps reintroduce these essential hormones back into your system.
The known ingredients that give the placenta its healing properties are:
Gonadotrophin: the precursor to estrogen, progesterone and testosterone,
Prolactin: promotes lactation,
Oxytocin: for pain and bonding; produced during breastfeeding to facilitate bonding of mother and infant. In pharmaceutical form this is a very addictive drug because it promotes a feeling of connectedness with others,
Thyroid stimulating hormone: boosts energy and helps recovery from stressful events,
Cortisone: combats stress and unlocks energy stores,
Interferon: stimulates the immune system to protect against infections, Prostaglandins: anti-inflammatory,
Hemoglobin: replenishes iron deficiency and anemia, a common postpartum condition,
Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor XIII: stops bleeding and enhances wound healing,
Gammaglobulin: immune booster that helps protect against postpartum infections.
Instruction for taking the pills is easy. You take 2 capsules on an empty stomach in the morning and two around noon. It could be taken with full stomach too. Though it is more potent with an empty stomach. It gives you lots of energy that you don’t want to take in the afternoon. So you can sleep at night.
After two weeks, you take them as needed. For example if you feel low energy or too emotional.
You keep the rest in freezer. When you go through menopause you start taking them again as your hormonal therapy. I checked this with an Accupunturist and an MD.
It is a hormonal therapy for after birth and menopause
It also heals uterus and if you have a premium tear.
It revitalizes lungs and kidneys. Makes more milk for you too.
This is part of the intelligence of your body. Enjoy!