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Does anyone have any more information about encapsulating? I read that cooking/drying the placenta kills off some of the benefits. It seems like a lot of work too.
Wow, there are a lot of brave (& smart!) women out there !!:
I have not been able to bring myself to down my placenta...so 7 months later, it still sits in the freezer. Does anyone know how long it can stay in the freezer for and still retain it's goodness?
Is there an "expiry date" in the encapsulated form?
Which state would allow it have a longer "shelf life"?
Thanks to anyone who has the answers
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