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Alamogordo Placenta Encapsulation

Placenta Services 

Placenta Package
  • Pick up placenta to be encapsulated
  • The full placenta preparation and encapsulation
  • Proper storage container of the completed pills.
  • Written instructions with proper storage and handling of the finished pills
  • Suggestions for ingestion amounts.
  • umbilical keepsake
  • 4oz placenta tincture
  • 4oz handmade organic placenta salve
  • Delivery of placenta pills/tincture/salve

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Or you can purchase any of the placenta services separately

Benefits of Placenta Consuption

-Prevent and lessen the risk of postpartum depression

-Replenishes your iron

-Helps establish a consistent flow of oxytocin

-Helps to establish a healthy milk supply

-Can protect you from infection due to retained placenta tissue.

-Replenishes your B vitamins and energy.

-Stabilizes your hormones.

***Some of these benefits are supported thru research. However, they have not been evaluated by the FDA.

Placenta Encapsulation FAQS

What is the Preparation Process for the Products You Offer?

Placenta Encapsulation

Depending on which method you select, the placenta is rinsed, then either steamed or not. It is then sliced and dehydrated until it is fully dried. Finally, it is ground into a fine powder and put into capsules for consumption.


Placenta Tinctures are a great way to add longevity and preserve the benefits of the placenta. I take a small piece of raw placenta and combine it with a drinking alcohol solution. The tincture takes 6 weeks to be fully prepared, but will last indefinitely and can be used later in life for PMS and menopause, or any time of transition or stress.


This healing balm is made with dried placenta and a variety of 100% organic healing herbs and oils, Herbs are infused for several hours before being strained and packaged. Used to lessen scars and reduce itching and discomfort, this gentle salve is perfect for the postpartum time. It can also be used for hemorrhoids, perineal tearing, cracked nipples, burns, diaper rash, eczema, sunburns or any general skin irritation. Safe for baby as long as there is no sensitivity present - always be sure to test a small area first.

How Do I Decide Which Method Is Right For Me?

Traditional Chinese Method (Steamed) vs. Raw Method


The Traditional Chinese Medicine technique is the oldest-known and most commonly-used method for postpartum placenta preparation. This method involves both steaming and then dehydrating (in a food dehydrator) the placenta before encapsulating it. Herbs may also be added in. In TCM theory, the process of labor and birth leaves the mother cold, and deficient of blood and body fluids. One major way we can promote healing during the postpartum period is to return the yang energy via heat. That’s why steam and warming herbs are incorporated, leading to the warming, tonifying and nourishing final result for the postpartum.


The Raw placenta encapsulation process still involves dehydrating the placenta, but skips the steaming step. The concept behind this approach is that more of the essence of the placenta is preserved, as the steaming process can destroy vital enzymes in food. This process skips the heating and herbal process all together prior to dehydration. All food preparation is restricted to temperatures less than 118 degrees F. In the case of placenta, some argue that the Raw method also yields a medicine with more hormones and nutrients than the TCM method.

What are the Risks?

Each placenta is different, and the effects can vary from person to person. While rare, some women have experienced headaches, stomach aches, increased anxiety, too much energy, insomnia, or oversupply of breast milk while consuming their placenta. Generally, dosing adjustments will correct these side effects.

How Many Capsules Will I Get?

This depends on the size and condition of your placenta. Most women will receive between 100-200 capsules.

I had pitocin, an epidural or a cesarean birth. Can I still encapsulate my placenta?

Yes. These drugs will wear down during the process of birth. Let your provider know that you are planning on encapsulating your placenta. Ask the hospital staff to put it in a labeled plastic bag and refrigerate until I am able to pick it up.