How long does encapsulation take?
Placenta encapsulation is a two day process, with about two hours of work per day. Day one is preparation for dehydration that includes draining, steaming, and cutting the placenta. Day two is the encapsulation that includes grinding that placenta into a powder. This powder is the only ingredient that goes into your placenta capsules.
What do I get for the cost?
For a $250 investment, you get between 75-125 capsules (depending on the size of your placenta). All capsules and additional supplies are provided by us—all you need to give us is that nutrient-rich placenta.
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Don’t forget to check out the blog as well! This post about placenta encapsulation may help with questions you may have.
If you need the release forms for your placenta in the state of Texas, the link will take you to the document download. In most situations, I find there is no issue with placenta release. However, there is a bill (law) in the state of Texas that requires providers to release your placenta to you if it is healthy and does not need to be sent to pathology. Consent-ReleasePlacenta