The NIH Human Placenta Project happened over the weekend. It’s very exciting to know that research into the functioning of the placenta is being conducted on such a vast level. They have released videos of the meetings, you can watch the video of Understanding Human Placental Structure and Function in Real Time (Day 1) online […]
I’m still working on the summary of PlacentaCon 2016, with a highlight reel, so watch for that next. However, I did want to tell you that the videotaped sessions are now online and anyone can watch them! Check out the videos, and then JOIN US next year!
PlacentaCon 2016 is nearly upon us – March 26, 2016 in Las Vegas, NV. We have a terrific lineup of speakers, presenting information on a variety of topics: Maryn Taylor and Maria Pokluda, of Dallas Ft. Worth Placentas, will be giving a presentation on running a placenta-based business. Sara Harkness from Sacred Postpartum will be […]
When I coined the phrase “placenta encapsulation” back in 2005, I was just looking for something to call the process with which I had fallen in love. Over the next year, as more and more women learned about placenta encapsulation and wanted me to prepare their placentas for them, I had to come up with […]
Not all of our famous clients prefer to have their name associated with placentophagy, but fortunately some celebrity moms are very open to sharing their little “postpartum secret”. Check out these photos of famous placenta pills: Holly Madison I had the pleasure of preparing the placenta of Holly Madison’s daughter in 2013. Holly was very […]
The oldest known remains of a mammalian placenta have been found inside the 48-million-year-old fossil of an early ancestor of a horse – with its unborn foal still inside. The remarkably well-preserved body of a horse-like species known as Eurohippus messelensism was discovered at the Messel Pit, a disused shale quarry in Darmstadt, Germany. […]