Benefits of Placenta Consumption
• Increased Milk Supply
• Decreased postpartum bleeding
• Enhances mood, with decrease in “baby blues”
• Good source of iron (up to 25% of the RDA)
• Balances hormones
• Regulates sleep patterns
• Quicker overall recovery
The most common way to ingest after birth placenta is to dehydrate it, grind it into a fine powder and place it in capsules. It is then taken like a supplement on a daily basis.
Raw Placenta Cubes
This is the only truly raw method. The placenta is separated into cubes and then placed in the freezer to use in smoothies at a later time.
A tincture is made by placing a small piece of the raw placenta in high grade alcohol and left to macerate for several weeks. This can increase the length and benefits of your placenta for both mother and child. The tincture can be used in any time of trauma, transition, emotional distress, menstrual difficulties and for mother later in life during
The prints are done before any washing or preparing of the placenta occurs, as it is the natural placenta blood that
creates the print, and the prints are done on acid-free artists paper. Some families frame and hang them, or can be
kept for personal keepsakes
Lotus birth (or umbilical non-severance) is the practice of leaving the umbilical cord uncut after childbirth so that the baby is left attached to the placenta until the cord naturally separates at the umbilicus.
Lotus Preparation Services
I will help guide you from beginning to end. Upon arrival of the baby I will come to your place of birth within 4 hours and help you prepare the placenta for drying.
$125 for preparation and guidance only
$225 for preparation plus all items necessary
Placenta Ceremonial Burial
Ceremonial burial of the placenta has traditionally held spiritual meaning for cultures around the world. I will work with you to customize a placenta burial ceremony based on your cultural beliefs.
Encapsulation preparation (optional tincture)
*Discounts for a combination of services may apply -
A travel fee for services in excess of 30 miles from North Phoenix may apply.
Cash/Check/Venmo/Zelle accepted. Alternative payment plans available upon request. There is a fee of $35 for returned checks. All fees are non refundable.
I am an Independent Placenta Service Provider. I received my training from Hudson Valley Placenta services in January of 2012. I adhere to a strict protocol in accordance with the OSHA Blood borne Pathogens Standard 29 CFR
1090.1030. I have completed my training and hold a certification of completion in Blood-borne pathogens & infection control for Doulas, Midwives and Placenta Encapsulationists.
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Placenta preparation, as offered by Moon Garden Midwifery, is not clinical, pharmaceutical, or intended to diagnose or treat any condition. Placenta preparation is not meant to be a replacement for medical advice, medical care or medicine. Services and fees are for the preparation and encapsulation of your placenta and not for the sale of the pills. Families that choose to utilize the placenta preparation services take full responsibility of their own health and for researching and using placenta remedies. Moon Garden Midwifery does not make any guarantee as to the efficacy, but does guarantee the highest quality of service. Benefits of placentophagy are supported by ongoing research but have not been evaluated by the FDA.
Placenta encapsulation Phoenix, Arizona
Telephone 631 621 8848
Fax 480 780 0880
Fax 480 780 0880
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