Placenta Tincture

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Placenta Tincture is made from a piece of the mother’s own raw placenta after birth, steeping in alcohol making a strong remedy over 6 weeks.  It is said that placenta tincture is used for emotional, mental and psychological instability and may also be very beneficial for treating PMS and menopause.

How to make a Placenta Tincture:

Information kindly provided by the Placenta Apothecary written by Jaime Shapiro and Kristina Wingeier

  1. bottle of placenta tincture Take all or part of the fresh placenta and blending it with a quality vodka or brandy.
  2. This mixture is stored in a glass mason jar for 6 weeks in a cool dark environment, vacillate (give the jar a swirl) every day.
  3. The final product is made by straining off the placenta solids.  We have found this is easy to do using a funnel and an unbleached coffee filter.
  4. The final product is a potent tincture which can also be used to success into a homeopathic placenta remedy.    (For more information including a step-by-step guide for preparing your own homeopathic placental remedy visit Moonsong)

Store your mason jar or amber glass jar in a cool, dark place, it will last indefinitely.  Fill a small tinted dropper glass jar for daily use.  (use a rinsed echinecea dropper bottle or similar)

Dosage: Suggested dosage is 10-40 drops in water two to three times a day during times of need.  It is not a remedy suited to ongoing daily use.

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