Placenta Remedies after my First Born

Hannah and her placenta smoothie, Placenta Remedies Network blog

One of our London Placenta Remedies Specialists, Maggie of A la carte doula introduces her daughter, Hannah’s birth story, which shows how important it is for the mum to feel nurtured after birth. “This is the story of my daughter’s journey from motherhood to placentophagy and, since then, on to becoming a lovely Doula who I … Read more

Eva’s Birth Story

Eva and baby - Eva's Birth Story on PRN Images by Claire Saye Birth Photography. www.clairesayebirthphotography.co.uk

Motivated by the difficulties her sister faced post pregnancy, Eva was determined to make her post pregnancy the best she could. Living next door to a Placenta Remedies Specialist, Eva had her solution within arm’s reach. And we think it might be the fastest placenta remedies delivery service on record (we’ve got no stats to back up this claim).

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Evidence-based benefits to consuming placenta

Placenta laboratory

We are so delighted to share a positive scientific review by German Physician Sophia Johnson. The placenta remedies industry operates in a field that has to crowdfund scientific evidence-based research to prove what is already accepted through our own experience and the feedback we receive from mothers about the benefits of placenta remedies.

Placenta laboratory

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Spoken Word from the Creole Birthkeeper

We’re delighted to be sharing this spoken word by our Placenta Remedies Specialist Rhia Mandela, the Creole Birthkeeper. The piece is called “I am Just Jumping On It cos It’s Fashionable” and it’s a poem she wrote about being of mixed heritage in an increasingly identity-based political climate. Rhia covers areas in London and Greater … Read more

Lupus and having a baby – my birth story

Lupus and my Birth Story

“I was fourteen when I was diagnosed with lupus (SLE) and was informed that should I want children in the future then I could face some hurdles as a result of the disease, becoming pregnant in the first instance, being one of them.” Lupus can be described as a systemic autoimmune disease that occurs when the … Read more

The Surprising Ways I Used My Placenta by Louise Grainger

Placenta Remedies Network

Welcome to Louise Grainger from Good for Mumma, Placenta Remedies for the Mums and Mums-to-be of Manchester. Louise wanted to share her own experiences of making use of her placenta and we love the many ways she found to make use of it.

Placenta Remedies Network Louise Grainger baby

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A Magical Birth in Hawaii and Eating Raw Placenta

Waterfall in Hawaii, My homebirth and eating raw placenta

This week the fabulous Hannah shares her birth story of her second child, who was born at home in Hawaii with the support of a local midwife. “By the time we had decided to move to Hawaii I had already given birth to my son. At that time although I had thought a lot about … Read more

Can vegans and vegetarians consume their placenta?

Can Vegans and Vegetarians Eat Placenta

In short, yes. I have had many vegan and vegetarian clients and this alone convinces me that vegans can eat their own placenta. After all, a vegan would know what they can and cannot eat, right? Generally, and simplistically, vegetarians and vegans are against killing animals so that they can consume the animals’ bodies. The … Read more

Encapsulating My Own Placenta: The Perfect End to My Pregnancy Journey

Placenta Pills

Deciding to encapsulate and make other remedies with my own placenta following the birth of my fourth baby was a decision that came easily.  As a Placenta Remedies Specialist, I know many other specialists in Ireland and Limerick that would have happily done the service for me, which could have been considered the “easier” option.  … Read more

Yes, I ate my placenta by Janine Pegg

Mum and blogger Janine of The Pegglet Mama writes… “Ew that sounds absolutely dreadful! Why, on Earth would anyone do that?!”, I think was the remark I blurted out when first hearing about placenta encapsulation and consumption. I was 25 weeks pregnant with my first-born (Sophie), and I was nearing the end of my massage … Read more

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