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Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions


If you still have questions after reading this, please feel free to contact me.

Where is encapsulation done?


You're choice! I have a designated workspace where I am well set up to encapsulate, but I can also schedule time to come and do it in your home. 

How quickly should placenta be encapsulated after it is born?


As long as it is put on ice within a few hours after birth, placentas can be in the fridge up to 4 days before they should be encapsulated. If you freeze your placenta, I would suggest having it be encapsulated within two weeks for best results. But as always, the quicker it is encapsulated and returned, the quicker you get the results!



How long does encapsulation and other services take?


Depending on how many clients I have, encapsulation can take anywhere from 2-4 days.  If you are adding on more services, return time may be slightly extended. Remember that tinctures take 6 weeks to make. So, if you are interested in this service, I can either return your tincture to you six weeks after, or I can give it to you with instructions on how to finish it yourself. 

Is placenta encapsulation sanitary?


I take extra precaution to make sure my process is safe and sanitary.

How many pills will I get and how long do they last?


It depends! The amount of pills you have is correlated to the size of your placenta. Everyone is different! Because placenta size usually corresponds with baby size, you get as may pills as your body needs because your body made the perfect size placenta for your baby. Playing with dosage can also help to extend the lifetime of your placenta capsules. 

How do I store my pills?


Store them in a cool, dark, and dry place. This can be a countertop, a cabinet, or on your bedside table.


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