These capsules, known simply as TCM Capsules, are made by gently rinsing, preparing, and steaming the placenta over an organic infusion of fresh organic chili, lemon, and ginger. These warming herbs familiar to Chinese medicine are believed to warm and energize you, destroy bacteria and preserve the placenta. After steaming over the herbs the placenta is sliced into strips, dehydrated, finely ground, and put into vegan capsules.
In Chinese medicine, the process of labor and birth is believed to leave open, empty space within the body that is considered to be very yin, or cold. The Chinese believe that after birth, the mother needs to be kept warm and should only eat warm foods and drink warm drinks. A way to promote healing during the postpartum period is to add yang, which is warmth. This effect is produced in placenta encapsulation by the use of steam and warming herbs, creating a warming and nourishing capsules.
Mothers who have taken TCM capsules have reported a more balanced, healing, and warming feeling and noticed a gradual increase in energy. They can be stored for up to six months.
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