Abby Moore was raised by a mother who worked as a birth doula and she grew up surrounded by the birth community. Despite Abby’s appreciation and respect for the natural birth process, she just could not get over the “ick” factor that is associated with placenta encapsulation. Because placenta encapsulation seemed so unappealing to her, she passed on the opportunity to encapsulate with her first birth. Despite the tremendous postpartum support Abby received, she still felt overwhelmed and exhausted.
“Even with all of this support I was drained. I felt utterly in love and utterly exhausted. Having a baby took a toll on my mind and body for a long time and I just assumed that this was how it was supposed to feel.”
After Abby became pregnant with her second baby, she was able to get past the “ickiness” of placentophagia and decided to try placenta encapsulation for herself. She found it added an amazing benefit to her postpartum recovery.
“My mind was sharp, the lack of rest did not effect me as much as it did with the first, and my milk supply was abundant. The effects were so noticeable that when taking them after forgetting for a day or two, I could feel a difference within the hour. I knew without a shadow of a doubt that these capsules were the answer to my postpartum needs.”
Abby Moore is a believer in placenta encapsulation and its use for postpartum recovery. She is honored to be serving the women in Texas.