Heaven Sent Placenta Encapsulation Services

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Heaven Sent Placenta Encapsulation Services
Amanda Jaramillo

Welcome to
Heaven Sent Placenta Encapsulation Services
! I'm so glad you are looking into the benefits of encapsulating your placenta.

What sets Heaven Sent Placenta Encapsulation Services apart from the rest:

1) With Heaven Sent you are guaranteed fast, friendly, and professional service. Placenta crafting is my passion and focus. Unlike other companies that may also provide encapsulation services on the side, my focus and dedication is to my placenta crafting. I give 100% to each and every client. 

2) I have been in the birth industry for 10 years and providing placenta services for over 5 years. I have had the honor of serving over 700 families with placenta services.

3) Anyone can provide placenta services but are they following safe sanitization processes? I have gone through extensive training to ensure that I follow the strictest of guidelines when it comes to the sanitization of my work space and equipment as well as proper handling of your placenta. I'm Blood Borne Pathogen Certified as well as ServSafe certified. And follow all guidelines set forth by OSHA. In addition I have continued my education by attending yearly placenta conferences where I learn the most up to date research being done on placentas and placenta encapsulation.

 4) With Heaven Sent my promise is that your placenta will be treated with respect and great care throughout the whole process. 

Circumstances that WOULD be a contradiction to encapsulating your placenta: 
- Infection present in mom or baby at the time of birth 
- Chorioamnionitis
Circumstances that DO NOT prevent you from encapsulating:
- Meconium
- Group Strep positive
- Medicated Birth
- Cesarean Birth

So why encapsulate your placenta?

“Baby blues” is a common occurrence – 80% of mothers experience it in the first days and weeks after giving birth.  Because it is so common, nothing is typically done about it until it worsens into a diagnosis of postpartum depression, at which time anti-depressants may be prescribed.  Anti-depressants, like almost all drugs, are passed to the baby through breastmilk, and mothers who don’t want to expose their babies to these medications are often faced with the decision to either stop breastfeeding or struggle with depression.  Women suffer through the baby blues almost as a rite of passage to motherhood – but it doesn’t have to be this way.

Placentophagy, or consumption of the placenta, has been reported for decades to help stop the baby blues and diminish postpartum fatigue.  Some women have cooked the placenta in a stew, mixed it into a smoothie, or even taken it raw to tap into its powerful effects.  For many who feel squeamish about this or want to reap the benefits of placenta for more than just a day or two, there is another option: encapsulation.

The known ingredients that give the placenta its healing properties are:

Gonadotrophin: the precursor to estrogen, progesterone and testosterone,

Prolactin: promotes lactation,

Oxytocin: for pain and bonding; produced during breastfeeding to facilitate bonding of mother and infant. In pharmaceutical form this is a very addictive drug because it promotes a feeling of connectedness with others,

Thyroid stimulating hormone: boosts energy and helps recovery from stressful events,

Cortisone: combats stress and unlocks energy stores,

Interferon: stimulates the immune system to protect against infections,

Prostaglandins: anti-inflammatory,

Hemoglobin: replenishes iron deficiency and anemia, a common postpartum condition,

Urokinase inhibiting factor and factor XIII: stops bleeding and enhances wound healing,

Gammaglobulin: immune booster that helps protect against postpartum infections.

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