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Placenta Salve

Placenta Butter is easy to make and can be naturally healing.  Topical placenta application has been used to soothe skin, reduce inflammation, promote healing, and relieve pain.  It has been used for diaper rash, baby and adult eczema, cradle cap, cuts and scraps, cesarean incisions, cracked and dry skin such as elbows and heels, age spots, wrinkles, and much more.

 

Placenta is frequently the “secret” ingredient in highly expensive skin lotions and beauty creams that claim anti-aging and restorative benefits.  Check the ingredients of your favorite shampoo or facial cleaner.  Do you see any "Hyaluronic Acid or "Hyaluronate"?  Yep!  That's placenta, likely from sheep.  It's in Proactiv!

 

 

Harness it's healing powers for yourself by making your own Placenta Butter.

 

 

  • Step 1: Get 5-6 TBS Organic Coconut Oil

 

  • Step 2: Get approx. 2-4 of your placenta capsules, open them to use the powder.

 

  • Step 3: Melt the Coconut oil over medium heat.

 

  • Step 4: Remove from heat. 

 

  • Step 5: Add the placenta powder. This is when you add any healing herbs of choice (such as Goldseal, Comfrey, Calendula, Lavendar, etc.).

 

  • Step 6: Steep and swirl a few times until it’s cool. Then gently reheat.

 

  • Step 7:  Use cheesecloth to strain the infused oil into a glass jar. Press with a wooden spoon to extract as much oil as possible.  After the initial straining, you may want to do it again in order to remove more placenta powder and herb particulates. 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 (refrigerator is best). It will keep for about a year.