Placenta Encapsulation Services
You and your Placenta are in good hands...
Some hospitals regard placentas as medical waste and therefore treat it as such. Once we became aware of what can happen to your placenta under such circumstances, we felt that good education was key to making your encapsulation as safe a process as possible.
A placenta that is to be ingested needs to be handled properly at all times. The placenta may not be safe if others have handled it and OSHA standards should always apply when encapsulating it.
After looking into several Placenta certifications, I chose to become certified with Full Circle Encapsulation because of how detailed and complete the course was. Too many women are encapsulating placentas after learning how from You Tube videos. I hope this practice stops in our birthing community as it is simply not safe for the consumer. You only have one placenta from this baby and making sure it is safe to ingest is critical.
Placenta services have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not meant to prevent, treat or diagnose any disease, illness or symptoms. Clients understand that they are assuming all risks and benefits on their own profound belief of the placenta's healing and nutritional properties.
I attended a 3 day Full Circle Placenta Encapsulation workshop.
I completed and passed the Biologix Blood Born Pathogen Course & Test.
I completed Full Circle’s workshop test and read all placenta materials provided.
I performed placenta encapsulations under guidance and had parental reviews turned in to Full Circle.
I completed the Utah Food Safety and Handling Course and have a current card.
I must also complete an online review course every 3 years.
Whether I encapsulate your placenta or someone else, please be sure that their training is in place and you are not just going with them because it's $100.00 less than everyone else is charging. Your health is worth more than that.