Friday, February 1, 2013

Mother's Placenta Broth

Mother's Placenta Broth is a by product of the encapsulation process. When the placenta is steamed, there is some product of the placenta left behind. The broth consists mostly of water, the warming herbs used during the process: myrrh and ginger, and hormones and iron from the placenta. This creation is referred to as a "miracle soup" and the benefits seem to be quite exciting (see testimonials below).

For those who want to partake in the broth, ask your specialist to save the by products of the steaming process and have a jar ready for it in the event that your specialist doesn't usually save it. The broth can last for up to 3 days in the fridge and if not taken during that time can be frozen in ice cube trays to be used at a later time. Also, if the thought grosses you out some, you do not have to drink the mixture straight, it can be used in recipes, such as soups or chili. There is no limit to how much you can drink in one sitting. It can be taken all at once or in little amounts as you prefer.

Here are some testimonials from this website on clients who have enjoyed mother's broth from the placenta:

“One husband explained it was like drinking two shots of espresso without getting the jitters and never having the crash. He had been up for two nights with his laboring wife and was having to take care of their 2 year old daughter – he said he felt great!” 

“I had a recent client who was recommended for a blood transfusion because her iron levels were so low after hemorrhaging. She didn’t want the transfusion, so she drank the entire pint size jar of broth and was able to take two doses of capsules. She improved so much that they released her; no transfusion necessary.”

“My sister mixed the broth with minestrone soup (and she is super picky about food!). She forgot to ask for pain medication for 10 hours after her c-section! She said she never felt better and wished we could somehow make the broth last forever.”

“For most of my clients who drink it (probably around 90% or more do), their milk comes in within 12 hours!” 

“I froze mine because I just couldn’t bring myself to drink it after my daughter’s birth. We made Chili with ours when my daughter was about 40 days old. The chili was awesome, and my husband and I were both in a great mood afterwards. We ended up cleaning the house after supper from all the energy we had.” 

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