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Placenta Encapsulation



I have experience encapsulating over 45 placentas in the Chattahoochee Valley area since June 2013 and hold a current certification in Bloodborne Pathogen training from the Red Cross. I have experience with clients at Midtown Medical Center, St. Francis Women's Hospital, Martin Army Community Hospital, and Atlanta Medical Center, as well as a good relationship with local care providers.

Your placenta is made perfectly for you, by you, and contains your very own natural hormones. It can really help to balance your system and give you a better chance at a pleasant postpartum. The benefits of Placenta Encapsulation are invaluable, and many mothers report:
  • Decrease in symptoms of post-partum depression
  • Decrease in instance of post-partum anemia
  • Increase in breastmilk production
  • Reduction in post-partum bleeding
  • Pain relief and faster healing
  • Quicker return of the uterus to pre-pregnancy size
  • Increase in energy
For more information regarding the benefits, history, and science behind Placenta Encapsulation, check out Placenta Benefits.info.

As soon as possible after birth, I will pick up your placenta from your place of birth, complete the encapsulation process following the methods of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in my home, and deliver the capsules back to you within one week (usually within 48 hours). The only thing you will need to provide is a cooler for transport.

The fee for Placenta Encapsulation services is $175, and is due at the time of booking. I prefer to use PayPal to invoice and receive payment.

***I am happy to offer a 10% discount to military families***



Please contact me about a very specific refund policy.


Though based on a combination of centuries-old cultural knowledge and multiple research studies, the statements and information found on this website have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. 

Placenta encapsulation is defined as the service of preparing a client's own placenta for consumption or medicinal use, not the sale of placentas or placenta products. None of the services offered are approved to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, because only a drug can legally make such a claim, according to the FDA.

Use of placenta encapsulation or other services assumes prior discussion with your health care provider; clients are responsible for researching and using these services appropriately.