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Placenta Encapsulation Package: $230

Includes pick up from home or hospital, and delivery back to you


- Placenta capsules, average placenta yields about 150 capsules

Placenta tincture

- a small piece of raw placenta placed in a dropper bottle of alcohol. It creates an extract.


- Cord Keepsake, your baby's umbilical cord dried in a coil and placed in a muslin bag, you can also choose to have this ground in with the placenta if you do not want a keepsake made.

- Broth, this is simply the by-product of steaming your placenta over the lemon, ginger and cayenne pepper.

Let me know if you'd like these two options otherwise cord will be ground in with placenta and broth not included.

Additional Items:

Placenta Salve: $30

- made by steeping a small amount of dried placenta with a soothing blend of organic herbs in organic jojoba and olive oil. Great for sore nipples, diaper rash, eczema, etc...

Placenta Prints: $15

- A unique piece of art made with your placenta. You will get 2 prints.

In Home Service - an addition $100

- Encapsulation done in your home. I need to visit for about an hour twice. If you want me to use all new equipment, client is responsible for costs of those as well. 

There is a $20 surcharge for communities just outside of Calgary. Beyond that the cost will depend on location.

As always if cost is an issue please let me know! I can work with you by splitting the cost into payments or whatever would work!

*Placenta Keepsake, not for ingestion - $150: I will dehydrate your placenta, grind it and put it in a pretty little amber glass bottle so you can take it with you wherever you go, without the risk of it going bad*

PLEASE let me know if cost is an issue! I don't want you to miss out on this because you can't afford it!! I have done payment plans and price adjustments according to income.

Please note: this information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.


I follow OSHA standards having successfully completed a Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) Training course for the past 7 years in a row (in accordance with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard 29 CFR 1910.1030). I conform to local health department guidlines for food preparation and safety. Your placenta is prepared using ONLY and ALL sterilized equipment and in a sterile environment and while wearing disposable gloves! 


Home birth: following the cutting of the cord place the placenta in a couple layers of ziplocs and into the fridge.

Hospital birth/c-section: The placenta will be placed in plastic bags. You can then place it in a cooler with ice. A lunch sized cooler is all you need. If you don't have a cooler, ask the nurses if they could supply a bucket or an extra ziploc bag to store ice in to keep the placenta cool.

Call ASAP - next morning if babe comes in the night. Ideally the process should take place within about 48 hours of birth. Placentas stored in the fridge can still be used if they have not spoiled (usually no more than a week maximum).

Frozen placentas can be used as well even if they've been in the freezer for a number of years - as long as they were packaged properly and were kept frozen the entire time.