Cincinnati Placenta Encapsulation

The placenta is an absolutely new and highly specific organ your body produces to create and sustain life. It’s amazing!

Placenta consumption has been used in China for centuries to increase the health and well-being of the mother. These days you can find a plethora of placenta recipes online, from smoothies to lasagna to pan frying and stews. While these options provide a meal as well as a placenta dose they do not provide a steady release of placenta that can be taken over many weeks like encapsulation does.


I prepare placentas for postpartum consumption to help women back to hormonal equilibrium and to mitigate the potential for “baby blues” and postpartum mood disorders. At this point, scientific research has not been done to verify or dispute the benefits of consuming one’s placenta but I’m a believer in its benefits due to my own experience and the experiences of clients, friends and family. I give it 4 gold stars!

There is a wealth of information on the positive health effects and nutritional value of placenta consumption and here’s why, Placentas:

  • Balances hormones
  • Enhances milk supply
  • Increases energy
  • Are rich in vitamin B6
  • Rich in Iron
  • Rich in Protein

(For more information visit Placenta Benefits Info)

What you can expect from me:

After a client has decided to use my services, they will be asked to complete my Intake form, as well as send a $50 deposit to reserve their spot on my calendar. The remaining free of $200 is due when I drop off the finished capsules (total fee is $250). This deposit can be sent via personal check OR PayPal. I encourage my clients to tell their care provider before their birth that they will be keeping their placenta. Clients can feel free to mention that they will be doing placenta encapsulation or simply say that they would like it for “personal reasons”. When clients see the staff begin to clean up directly after their birth, it is important to remind the staff, that they will be taking the placenta home. Most area hospitals have clients fill out a ‘Release of Medical Waste’ form. At this point, their placenta is ready for pick up, and I am contacted.

I will pick up the placenta and get started processing it ASAP. It is my goal that this process is as easy for my placenta encapsulation clients as possible. For this reason, I gladly pick up the placenta with my own cooler, process it in 24 hours, then drop it back off to the client in capsule form. If the umbilical cord was still attached to the placenta when I receive it, I will include a free gift of a cord keepsake. You have the option of preparing capsules in your home or mine.

Depending on the size and health of the placenta, you can assume that you will receive 80-160 placenta capsules. When deciding how many capsules to consume and how often, it is always important to follow your bodies needs first and foremost. My personal recommendation is to start with 2 capsules every morning, more if you are feeling particularly emotionally fragile.

Current price: $250

Raw Placenta Smoothie Kits

As an additional service I am happy to prepare raw placenta smoothie kits for clients.

A raw placenta smoothie is a strawberry smoothie, which includes a piece of your freshly-frozen placenta. This is placenta consumption at the next level and you will be amazed by the magnified effects on your mood, and energy. All prep would be done for you. Raw placenta kits would be prepared in your home.
*If you are also an encapsulation client, the ​price for raw placenta smoothie kits moves down from $100 to $50.

*I recommend having a smoothie every day for the first week of your postpartum and then move to taking your capsules.

Strawberry Placenta Smoothie

3 thoughts on “Cincinnati Placenta Encapsulation

  1. Are you certified in this ? I have been doing some research and I am not finding anyone who has any sort or degree or certification in this . I am just wondering how to know if it’s safe and if it’s actually your placenta you are getting back or just sugar pills ?

    • Hi Ellen, there is one woman, Deb Pocica, who has done Encapsulation for awhile, who I did a training through, years after I had been trained by a local midwife. I didnt get certified through Deb because there is no overarching organization for Placentas Encapsulation, and trust that I know how to do encapsulation in a safe manner. I am certified in Blood borne pathogens. I can assure you that I would never think of putting anything in those capsules besides the clients dried placenta.

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