I encapsulated my own placenta, but I worry if I did o.k. and if they are safe to take?..lol.
Had my baby at 7:31 p.m. on friday december 10th.
We couldnt refrigerate it at the hospital, so we had it put in a sterile tupperware and we left it out in the car over night (it was around 35 - 40 degrees). Early in the morning my hubby ran it home and put it in fridge. Last night (about 48 hours later) I took it out.. it looked healthy and red, and I rinsed it with cold water and 'bled' it with a few punctures with a knife. Then I cut the cord off and steamed it (the placenta not the cord), 15 minutes each side, with ginger and lemon water. After ward I cut it into thin slices and used the dehydrator to "cook" it for 8 hours. It was crisp jerky by the time it was done. This was about 330 in the morning. I turned off the dehydrator and just left the strips in there until morning, then I transfered them into a tupperware. I want able to grind them up until about noonish. After that I put the grinds in the fridge, and they have stayed there since. I am planning on putting them in capsules while I sit and watch a movie tonight.
Do you think that I should have not let it be in the car? Did I do wrong by not getting it ground up and in capsules right away? I really want to start taking them tonight, but I want to make sure I didnt do something that could possibly make them 'bad'.. kwim?
thanx for any input!
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