Placenta Tincture

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Placenta Tincture is made from a piece of the mother’s own raw placenta after birth, steeping in alcohol making a strong remedy over 6 weeks.  It is said that placenta tincture is used for emotional, mental and psychological instability and may also be very beneficial for treating PMS and menopause.

How to make a Placenta Tincture:

Information kindly provided by the Placenta Apothecary written by Jaime Shapiro and Kristina Wingeier

  1. bottle of placenta tinctureTake all or part of the fresh placenta and blending it with a quality vodka or brandy.
  2. This mixture is stored in a glass mason jar for 6 weeks in a cool dark environment, vacillate (give the jar a swirl) every day.
  3. The final product is made by straining off the placenta solids.  We have found this is easy to do using a funnel and an unbleached coffee filter.
  4. The final product is a potent tincture which can also be used to success into a homeopathic placenta remedy.    (For more information including a step-by-step guide for preparing your own homeopathic placental remedy visit Moonsong)

Store your mason jar or amber glass jar in a cool, dark place, it will last indefinitely.  Fill a small tinted dropper glass jar for daily use.  (use a rinsed echinecea dropper bottle or similar)

Dosage: Suggested dosage is 10-40 drops in water two to three times a day during times of need.  It is not a remedy suited to ongoing daily use.

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