Nashville Placenta Encapsulation

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“I’m a first time mom and I used Nashville Childbirth to do my Placenta Encapsulation. With so many companies that now do Placenta Encapsulation in Nashville I thought it was going to be a hard choice but after seeing the professionalism, integrity, and kindness of Jeannie Casey and her company it was not a hard choice! I love everything Nashville Childbirth stands for and teaches! And I’ve had such great results with my capsules that I won’t go to anyone else in my future pregnancies!!! Every mom should did! Seriously such a huge help! Love love love!!!” – Samantha H.


Placenta Encapsulation is a centuries-old tradition that has been brought back into the spotlight by modern women who realize the amazing benefits of encapsulating their placenta.  The placenta is an amazing organ full of nutrients and hormones your body has made by you, for your baby and these can be helpful in replenishing your body of depleted reserves after giving birth.

Placenta Encapsulation is the process of preparing the mother’s placenta by dehydrating, powdering and placing it into capsules for the mother to use as she sees fit. We also provide a placenta tincture which is an alcohol based infusion. This is shelf-stable, as long as it’s kept in a cool dark place. Placenta tincture can be used during emotional times, stress, PMS, and up into menopause to help regulate hormones in the body.

This can be done for both caesarean births and vaginal births, births that take place in a home or a hospital.

What are the benefits of placenta encapsulation? 

  • Enhanced Milk Supply
  • Hormone Stabilization or preventing “baby blues.”
  • Help regulate post-birth uterine cramping
  • Replenish Iron Levels
  • Replaces B vitamins
  • Pain Relief
  • Normalizes & Stimulates libido

 

More Encapsulation Study Findings:

  • Prolactin: Promotes lactation
  • Oxytocin: Decreases pain and facilitates bonding
  • Thyroid Stimulating Hormones: boost energy and aids in recovery from any stressful event
  • Prostaglandins: Decrease inflammation
  • Hemoglobin: Replenishes iron stores and combats anemia
  • Urokinase Inhibiting factor and factorXlll: slows bleeding and enhances wound healing
  • Gammaglobulin: Boost the Immune System and protects against postpartum infections

(Pereira, S.(2012). Placenta Preparation.)

 

Placenta Tincture- 4-ounce in a  Cobalt Blue Bottle

Having a placenta tincture made for you at the time of your encapsulation is a great benefit because of the very long shelf life.You can use the Placenta Tincture to re-balance your body after all the capsules have been used. It is Great in any times of emotional stress, life challenges, hormonal issues, and pre-menopause issues, or Menopause it’s there to ease your symptoms and help you feel better, with just a few drops. It is preserved in a base of Alcohol and kept in a cool dark cabinet.

It will Last for Years and Years.

 

Women who were asked if their encapsulation experience was positive or negative:

  • 75% Very Positive
  • 20% positive
  • 4% slightly positive
  • 1% not positive
  • 97%  Said YES, Would do it again.

Placenta Encapsulation Pricing: with flavored capsules and an 4 oz tincture

$400 – In Your Home- 2 days 

$225 – we pick up at Hospital/drop off at your home.

$200– we pick up at Hospital / you pick up at Nashville Childbirth

$180 – you drop off/pick up at Nashville Childbirth Services

$160 – with Childbirth Education Classes or Doula Services, you drop off/pick up

Contact our doulas today for more information!

Young, S. M., Gryder, L. K., Zava, D., et al. (2016). Presence and concentration of 17 hormones in human placenta processed for encapsulation and consumption. Placenta 43: 86-9.

Young, S. M., Gryder, L. K., David, W. B., et al. (2016). Human placenta processed for encapsulation contains modest concentrations of 14 trace minerals and elements. Nutrition Research 36(8): 872-8.

Hammett, F. S. (1918). The effect of the maternal ingestion of desiccated placenta upon the rate of growth of the breast-fed infant. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 36, 569–573.

Hammett, F. S. (1918). The effect of the maternal ingestion of desiccated placenta upon the rate of growth of the breast-fed infant. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 36, 569–573.

Gryder, L. K., Young, S. M., Zava, D., et al. (2017). Effects of human maternal placentophagy on maternal postpartum iron status: A randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled pilot study. Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health 62:68-79

(Just a little FYI: Placenta encapsulation & tinctures have not been evaluated or endorsed by the FDA and this is not meant to substitute for medical advice. However, countless numbers of women spanning centuries have received benefits from encapsulating their placenta.)

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