Benefits Of Placenta Encapsulation

Scientific evidence supporting benefits can include heightened energy levels, balanced mood and hormones, increased milk supply, a reduced chance of experiencing baby blues and postpartum depression (PPD), and faster healing for women in the postpartum period.

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Mothers who have chosen to encapsulate their placenta with Pluscenta® have reported experiencing various benefits, including:

Combat Fatigue

Oxytocin and corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) have been demonstrated to alleviate fatigue and unlock a new source of energy.

Lactation Promotion

The placenta harbors elevated concentrations of prolactin, contributing to the facilitation of lactation and the augmentation of overall milk supply.

Faster Healing

Peer reviewed research has shown that several of the bioactive components of the placenta promote tissue regrowth and healing.

Balanced mood

Consuming the placenta replenishes estrogen and progesterone, contributing to the stabilization of postpartum mood and hormones levels.

Combat Baby Blues & PPD

Rich in oxytocin and nutrients, the placenta may have mood-stabilizing effects and potentially alleviating mood-related symptoms.

Increased Iron Levels

The placenta contains a certain amount of iron, the iron in placenta pills is more easily absorbed by the body compared to other iron sources.

Uterine Involution

Placenta consumption may aid in uterine involution, which stimulates the regulation of uterine contraction to help uterus return to its original size.

Faster Weight Loss

Consuming placenta could potentially help regulate hormonal imbalances associated with postpartum weight retention.

Uterine Involution: How Can Placenta Consumption Help Your Uterus Return to Pre-Pregnancy Size?

Uterine involution is the process by which the uterus returns to its pre-pregnancy size and involves the shedding of excess tissue and a reduction in the size of the uterine muscle.

Placenta consumption may aid in uterine involution. This is thought to be facilitated by the hormones and other bioactive compounds in the placenta.

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Protein, Vitamins, Minerals & Hormones Found in the Placenta that are essential for overall health

Here are some of the hormones and nutrients found in the placenta and the potential benefits associated with them:

Vitamin B1


Thiamine supports the conversion of glucose into energy. Maintaining optimal levels of vitamin B1 can support overall nervous system health.

Vitamin B2


Riboflavin is involved in the synthesis of proteins and the repair of tissues. Having sufficient vitamin B2 is important for tissue repair and growth.

Vitamin B6


Pyridoxine is essential for the synthesis of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, which play key roles in mood and emotional well-being.

Vitamin B12


Vitamin B12 is necessary for the synthesis of enzymes involved in nutrient metabolism. Adequate levels of B12 can contribute to the nutritional quality of breast milk.

Amino acids


Amino acids are the building blocks of proteins, and proteins are essential for tissue repair and recovery.



Cytokines play a role in balancing the immune response to prevent excessive inflammation while promoting effective defense mechanisms.



Iron is crucial for the synthesis of enzymes involved in nutrient metabolism. Maintaining optimal iron levels supports the nutritional quality of breast milk.



Zinc is essential for cell division and growth, which is important for the repair and regeneration of tissues in the postpartum period.


The bonding hormone

Stimulates uterine contractions, reduces bleeding for faster healing


Sex Hormone

Estradiol plays a role in uterine involution, the process by which the uterus returns to its non-pregnant state after childbirth. Estradiol helps regulate the shedding of the uterine lining.



Progesterone helps maintain the uterine lining during pregnancy, and stimulates uterine involution (returning to its non-pregnant state), by contracting and shedding excess tissue.

Growth hormone (GH)


Growth hormone may play a role in mammary gland development. This is relevant in the postpartum period when breast health and lactation are significant factors in maternal recovery.