07 Nov Placental Encapsulation with Michelle LaDue
Michelle LaDue M.S., L.Ac. is a Licensed Acupuncturist in New York State and a Nationally Board Certified Chinese Herbalist. She holds a Masters of Science Degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Pacific College of Oriental Medicine in New York City, where she completed a four year clinical masters program and is currently a faculty member. Michelle is a volunteer with the Naturopathic Relief Clinic for Haitian Earthquake Survivors. She is also a Reiki Master, Shiatsu Practitioner, Birth Doula, and encapsulates Placenta Medicine. Michelle has over 13 years of clinical experience specializing in women’s health and perinatal/postpartum care.
In today’s episode we discuss:
What is placenta encapsulation?
How is the placenta processed?
Are there different methods? what are they and the differences/benefites? Which method do you suggest?
What are the benefits of placenta encapsulations?
Can the baby benefit from the placenta medicine?
Are there any known side effects to placental encapsulation?
Have you experienced any backlash with more traditional care providers not supporting or discouraging placenta encapsulation?
Do other cultures consume their placenta?
How would someone giving birth in a hospital setting collect their placenta and get it to someone to encapsulate?
What is a placenta tincture?
What is the cost?
To contact Michelle visit: moonflowerhealingarts.com