Congratulations to Heather Rawlett on becoming a Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist®. Heather, a RN on a mother/baby unit, became interested in placenta encapsulation during her second pregnancy. In an effort to avoid the baby blues, Heather decided to encapsulate. Her results were so positive, she really felt inspired to bring placenta encapsulation to her community.
“The postpartum period with my second child was one of the most enjoyable periods in my life. I was filled with energy, joy, clarity of mind and plenty of milk supply.” -Heather
Becoming certified takes time and commitment. In order to be certified through PBi, a candidate must read and write response papers to research related to placentophagy. A candidate must also pass a written exam, prepare three placentas using the PBi method, and complete a food safety course to adhere to local and state health regulations.