helping women overcome postpartum depression naturally.

Starting January 25th, 2016 to January 31st, 2016 new Nikken customers* are able to order any regularly priced items** with an amazing 40% discount! This large of a discount has never been offered before and may never be offered again so don’t pass up this unique opportunity. View the flyer here. View the Facebook event here and learn more about products and my personal favorites.

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Through out my time as a Placenta Encapsulation Specialist I have met many expecting moms that want to cloth diaper their new little ones.  After cloth diapering two of my own I thought I’d share what it really takes to go the green diaper route.

Using cloth diapers can have a lot of benefits. Besides the huge impact it can make on the environment, it can also save you a load of money over time. But what I didn’t know was what I needed to get started.

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I am so happy to announce that, in addition to my Certification as a Placenta Encapsulation Specialist, I am now a Mentor with Placenta Benefits!  This means I have been found to have the experience and training to teach others to be Placenta Encapsulation Specialists. read more

Mother’s Broth is a product I offer for free with the encapsulation process. It is, in short, the steaming water used to steam the placenta. So why would I save this and why do I offer it to moms? Because it is amazing.

Have you ever steamed broccoli? Most of you probably have. When you steam the broccoli a portion of the nutrients will transfer to the steaming water. This is one of the reasons vegatable broth,  chicken stock and other broths are so good for you and are often saved to make soups or water plants. The same is the case with the steaming water used to steam the placenta.

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As a Certified Placenta Encapsulation Specialist I love what I do. It is absolutely an honor being able to provide moms and families with the opportunity for a healthier and happier postpartum. But, that doesn’t mean it isn’t still difficult to share with others what I do. There are a lot of skeptics out there or people that have never heard of placenta encapsulation. Today a women who had had home births and planted her placentas under trees in her back yard described placenta encapsulation as “just a little too crunchy”. Honestly, even when I first heard of it I thought it was weird.  But it’s not. It’s a natural process that we as mothers were meant to do and that is the point that needs to get across above everything more

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