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Would you ever... adult content

Eat. Your own or anyone's placenta? If u had the chance.. ?

Supposed tO be super healthy and great for you ... Cooked or in smoothie form?

Just watching leeping up with kardashians haha

I personally see why some people would, I get it but I don't think I could ever actually do it. Gag reflex would kick in lol
Tmi in case people get grossed out easy


Asked by nnh_mama at 10:26 PM on Aug. 25, 2013 in Just for Fun

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Answers (20)
  • No. I watched my guinea pig eat hers after she gave birth and it made me gag a wee bit.

    Answer by Izsarejman at 10:29 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • Oh hell no! GAG!

    Answer by KTElite at 10:32 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • I saw on one program where a woman had it dried and then crushed into a powder and she added it to her food several times a day. Another had the powder put into capsules and took it like vitamins.

    It grossed me out. Even in a powder form, it would be a mental thing for me.

    Answer by ChasingBridges at 10:36 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • If it was in capsules sure. But to just cook & eat no freakng way

    Answer by funlovinlady at 10:36 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • There is no way on this earth or any other that I would do that. YUCK!!!!!

    I did hear once that someone that I knew buried his wife's by a tree in his backyard. That's just plain weird.

    Answer by tempsingl3mom at 10:43 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • No

    Answer by virginiamama71 at 10:27 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • No thanks.

    Answer by kmath at 10:32 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • Ummmm............NO

    Answer by 3libras at 10:33 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • I'm thinking I'd sell my placenta now if I were to be pg, but then I looked up how much I might get for it.

    $8 for the placenta in China? Way too much effort for no reward.

    Answer by Ginger0104 at 10:49 PM on Aug. 25, 2013

  • I knew someone who had hers put in capsules, and she swore it helped her mood and hormones stabilize after her pregnancy. She'd had trouble with PPD after her first pregnancy, and she thought the placenta capsules were what made the difference for her after the second. I suppose if it was all neat and tidy and encapsulated, I could swallow that. But to cook and eat it, no way. Blech!

    Answer by Ballad at 12:50 AM on Aug. 26, 2013