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|02-03-2011 10:52 PM|
I had mine done for me and so far so good even though I have nothing to compare it to.
My question is - how can I get around the smell & taste of the capsules?? I'm vegan, so whenever I burp up the pills or even when I first take them I almost gag. LOL I'm taking them with plenty of food & juice too. Am I just being squeamish? I paid good money so I'll definitely take them all; I just want to see if I can make it any easier on myself.
|01-30-2011 11:22 PM|
The placenta is steamed first because it follows USDA guidelines to safely prepare and dehydrate meat. Steaming it first heats the "meat" (placenta) to 160 °F and assures that any bacteria present will be destroyed by wet heat.
There's no reason you HAVE to add the extras to the placenta preparation. If you don't feel it's necessary, then just skip that part.
|01-30-2011 11:50 AM|
can i ask why in general you steam it first? and why the additives while steaming, i keep wondering if there is real info on this or is it just how its always been done?
my gut says keep it as unfussed with as possible. is there a reason not too?
|12-17-2010 12:41 AM|
I know I promised that I would post instructions on how to encapsulate the placenta for those interested. I know some of you are getting close, so I want to make sure I get this posted before babies start to arrive!
Oh, one thing, I do suggest you use a coffee grinder as opposed to a blender. Blenders don't work nearly as well or efficiently. I recommend you put the dried placenta pieces in the lid of the coffee grinder (as opposed to putting the pieces in the coffee grinder itself), then put the lid back on (with the grinder still upside down), turn the grinder on, then flip the grinder over so the pieces fall into the already turning blades. Then just kind of keep tilting the grinder from side to side as it grinds. That's the best way to get the pieces ground. I hope that makes sense!
If you have any questions, don't hesitate to let me know.