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I'm not an expert, but after that amount of time, I'd probably plant a tree with it. smile.gif


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I just buried my 2.5 y/o and 17 m/o DDs placentas. They smelled freezer burned and didn't look too good, so I wouldn't have encapsulated them. 

 

I believe nutrition is a big player in placenta size. :)


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I love the idea of planting it... but this is our "right now"  house.  Not our "forever" or even "for a long time" house.  :(

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