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Placenta Butter Pictorial

Placenta Butter Pictorial

Jan 1


Placenta Butter is naturally healing

and easy to make!


Can be used for topical healing of:

  • Diaper Rash
  • Baby eczema
  • Cradle cap
  • Cuts and scraps
  • Cesarean incisions
  • Cracked and dry skin such as elbows and heels

You can harness the power of herbs by incorporating them into this “butter”. The following herbs are known for their healing properties:

  • Calendula
  • Comfrey
  • Marshmallow
  • Plantain

Step 1: Get some Ghee or *Shea butter

Step 2: Two tablespoons of powdered placenta.

Step 3:> Melt the Ghee over medium heat.

Step 4: Melted Ghee and placenta powder. *This is when you add your healing herbs of choice. Steep and swirl a few times until it’s cool. Then gently reheat.

Step 5:  Line a sieve with cheesecloth and strain the infused butter into your jar. Press with a wooden spoon to extract as much Ghee from the healing herbs and placenta powder as possible.  After the initial straining, you may want to do it again in order to remove as much of the placenta powder and herb particles as possible. Pour it all back into the glass jar.

Allow to cool completely before tightening the jar lid. A valuable asset to your medicine cabinet. Stored in a dark, cool place, it will keep for about a year.


* I’ve received good feedback on the Shea butter and Comfrey blend.

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Christina is a Placenta Encapsulation Specialist serving health-minded women who have an interest in the TCM properties of encapsulated placenta for alleviation or prevention of post-natal depression, “baby-blues”. When she's not caring for moms she's busy in the garden and enjoys experimenting with vegetarian and cultured foods recipes. Other things that bring her joy are being a Mother, Childbirth Educator, and Nurse. Oh, and chocolate - lots and lots of chocolate!


4 Responses to Placenta Butter Pictorial

  1. Sarah Butcher says:


  2. KarinSDCA says:

    How much ghee or shea butter do you start with? This looks awesome!

  3. michael Chung says:

    Can you use placentia tincture to incorporate into the shea butter?

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