PLACENTA PREPARATION METHODS

A Placenta Can Be Processed In A Variety Of Ways.

Learn about our methods below

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Steamed  Method

High temperature steaming of the placenta makes this the safest method of placenta processing

How is it done?

The placenta is steamed to 160 degrees before being dehydrated at 140 degrees for 10 to  12 hours.

Is anything added to the placenta?

We don't believe that anything should be added to the placenta or the water it is steamed in. Knowing that the mom or baby could have an aversion to anything we might add, we don't want to risk contaminating the entire placenta. If there is something you would like added to your placenta, we recommend taking it separately for best results.

Why would I want to use this method?

1. Less potent -  which can be a good thing for a mom that is prone to depression or anxiety

 

2. Safest method- is scientifically proven to kill off bacteria, so this is the method we use for a mom that is GBS+

Raw Start Method

Recommended for mothers who's diet is more aligned with raw food preparations

How is it done?

This method is prepared by thinly slicing the placenta raw prior to dehydration. Dehydration is done at a minimum of 160 degrees for 24 hours.  After dehydration the placenta is then ground into a fine powder and placed into capsules.

Is anything added to the placenta?

We don't believe that anything should be added to the placenta or the water it is steamed in. Knowing that the mom or baby could have an aversion to anything we might add, we don't want to risk contaminating the entire placenta. If there is something you would like added to your placenta, we recommend taking it separately for best results.

 

Why would I want to use this method?

1. More potent -there are potentially higher levels of hormones and nutrients in each pill

2. Blood Loss During Birth - this is a method that is often chosen by women who have experienced a high amount of blood loss during their birth.

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Placenta Tincture

Keep the potential benefits of your placenta after your capsules are gone

What is a tincture?

A small piece of placenta is placed within a grain alcohol to create a potent liquid. This liquid is called a tincture and can be used when the placenta pills are finished, to offer a similar support to the mother.

How do I use the tincture?

A typical tincture dose would be 5 to 7 drops in a glass of water or juice. It is also beneficial to rub a few drops on the bottom of your feet or upper chest, which are places our body absorbs well.

 

Why would I want to use this method?

1. To keep the benefits of your placenta for years to come - your tincture can be used indefinitely.

2. Drops can be used later -  women who have tinctures made during their child bearing years, often benefit from using it during their menstrual cycles and menopause (in the future).

Be sure to check out our frequently asked questions page!

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Disclaimer: The act of ingesting placenta in any form has not been tested, nor approved by the FDA. The services offered by Bloom Birth LLC are not intended to diagnose or treat any condition. All claims of treatment on this site are from client experiences and not from medical testing.

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