The Encapsulation Process
Ideally, the placenta is encapsulated within 48-72 hours after the birth. I ask my clients to contact me as soon as possible after their baby is born so I can contact my medical courier. The encapsulation process will begin the same day the placenta is picked up and it is typically a 2 day process. It will be done in my dedicated workspace built solely for placenta encapsulation, which is completely separate from the rest of my house. My workspace includes stainless steel countertops, a dedicated refrigerator, a double sink, and separate storage for my supplies.
On day 1, I will spend about 1 to 2 hours cleaning and preparing the placenta for the dehydration phase. Depending on the size of the placenta and the method chosen, the dehydration process can take up to 24 hours. The following day, I will complete the encapsulation process by grinding the placenta into thin powder and adding it to capsules, which will approximately take another 1 to 2 hours. The capsules, and any other service you chose, will be delivered to you either personally or via Fedex. You can begin taking the capsules immediately for maximum postpartum benefits.
*Note: placentas that have been properly frozen can be encapsulated up to 6 months after the birth*
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