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Contact Kai Shatteen-Jones
: Ca, Alameda County
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Placenta Encapsulation is the practice of ingesting the placenta after it has been steamed, dehydrated, ground and placed into capsules. Pregnancy, labor and the postpartum period can be a demanding time for the birthing person. Consuming the placenta is centuries old, practiced most often in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is said to have many health benefits by restoring hormones into the body.

Benefits of placenta encapsulation:
-Increase in energy
-Increased milk production
-Restore iron levels and other nutrients
-Helps uterus return to pre-pregnancy size
-Stabilize hormones

When a client decides to choose Kai as their Placenta Encapsulator, she offers the following:
-Raw Placenta for smoothies
-Placenta Tincture
-Placenta Broth
-Placenta Capsules
-Placenta Art Print
-Placenta Keepsake

My fee for placenta encapsulation is ​$300 for capsules without​ Raw Placenta, Placenta Tincture or Placenta Broth, ​$325 for capsules with ​Raw Placenta, Placenta Tincture or Placenta Broth. A non refundable deposit of 50% is due to hold your spot on my calendar. The balance of 50% is due upon the start of the process. If cost is an issue for you, please check in with Kai!

Depending on my schedule with other clients, I have a goal of returning your placenta products between the 2nd-4th day after birth.

“Kai showed a genuine care for myself and unborn child, which made me feel appreciated on a personal level. The instructions she gave me for the pills and tinctures were clear and easy to read, and the quality of her craft was excellent. I would recommend her services to anyone planning or thinking about doing placenta encapsulation. I believe using the pills and tincture helped me through my transition period into motherhood and kept my hormones more balanced. I was able to relax and focus on my baby and I didn't have any symptoms of ppd, though I normally have had issues with depression and anxiety previously."
-Toni, repeat client
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