Placenta encapsulations the practice of ingesting the placenta after it has been dehydrated, ground, and placed into pills. In traditional medicine, placenta pills are consumed by the mother and believed to impart numerous health benefits.
Although the scientific research is still in its infancy, there is a large body of emerging evidence on the relationship between placenta encapsulation and postpartum health. Holistic and traditional medical customs embrace a number of potential advantages to placental encapsulation.
- STABILIZATION OF POSTPARTUM MOOD AND ANXIETY
- QUICKER RETURN OF THE PELVIC ORGANS TO THEIR NON-PREGNANT STATE
- INCREASE IN STRESS-REDUCTION HORMONE
- IMPROVED MILK PRODUCTION
- RESTORATION OF IRON-LEVELS FOLLOWING NORMAL POSTPARTUM BLEEDING