A friend of mine is a CNM, and one of her patients wants to dry and encapsulate her placenta. The patient has no desire to do it herself, so she is looking for someone to do it. The area is around Somerset County. I've got a few leads to give her, but I was wondering if anyone here knew anyone for sure that could do it. I'd appreciate any help!
Hello, here is the professional who did it for me. SHe is great. She came to my house and did it- it was two trips. SHe brought all of her equipment and she packaged the capsules in cute containers. She also did a tincture for teething and placenta prints ;). Also, a broth. She knows what she is doing. I hope the placenta has been well preserved and trimmed after the birth, she noted my midwife had prepped the placenta very well for the encapsulation, which helps its preservation.
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