So far I've only found one person from PBI, and I've heard mixed things about PBI as an organization and was wondering if there were any solo practitioners, independents, etc. y'all knew about?
Barring that, any kits or local stores where I can buy a small amount of capsules to DIY?
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4 years and 5 IVF cycles in the making, Elliott was born at home in water on 2/2/11.
Hey guys, this is Cher Durham.
I do placenta encapsulation in the Raleigh, Durham, & Triangle area.
I have been encapsulating for about 3 years now.
My updated website is: www.PeaceTreeMidwifery.com
Please don't hesitate to contact me for more information.
Hello there. I know this is an old thread, but I'm curious what you've heard that is negative about PBI? I am certified through them, really enjoyed the process, and have been encapsulating for almost 3 years now. I'm no longer paying to advertise through their website, as my practice has evolved organically since my initial studies began. Just curious. That's all. And Cher Durham is fabulous. I enjoy sending folks to her when I need backup for an encapsulation or when I am unavailable.
Love to each of you.
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