When considering placenta encapsulation, you have to make a few decisions. In addition to the preparation method, you also need to decide if you want to have the placenta prepared in your home, or in the home of your trained specialist. In this blog, we are going to cover the pro and cons of each choice and hopefully make the decision a little easier for you. Often you will hear that one is superior to the other, but here at W.I.S.E, we leave that decision up to you.
As you can see, there are benefits and draw backs to each choice, but it is important to remember that if your specialist is trained and diligent, then they are following universal protocols for sanitation and preparation. Knowing this, we know that it makes each space equally safe. Feel free to ask your specialist questions to make sure they are following all the proper steps to guarantee their safety and the safety of their clients. Don’t know what to ask? Read our blog here.
The bottom line is this: If you don’t think you can trust your specialist to process your placenta outside of your home, then maybe they aren’t the specialist for you. In this type of work, there needs to be some sort of trust; not blind trust, but trusting in yourself to be able to pick the right specialist for you, and the right place for your placenta to be processed. So what do you think? Which would work for your family? Let us know about any experiences you have had in the past or what you think you would like best.
Sarah is a work at home mom with three beautiful boys, two dogs, and a loving husband. She is a certified childbirth educator, placenta specialist, and creates custom, high quality keepsakes made from breastmilk, placenta powder, cremation ashes, and so much more.